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You will 100% confused if, while on a visit to Germany, a native strode up to you and asked if you still had all your cups in the cabinet. Is that person just a socially awkward tableware enthusiast trying to make conversation?
Unfortunately, no. Instead,...
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Learn German with fun :
Everybody wants to do something that’s have fun. So learn German in a way that you find interesting...
Differentiations of German word meanings are so unpredictable as to warrant an entire section of its own. It is important to know that the German and English versions of the word are not always same you thought. The English subtitles of German movies often mistranslate...
Learning German language can be fun if you read my post and follow accordingly. There are many ways to make it easier and you don’t even realize you are doing it. Learning any language can be difficult and frustrating, but here are some tips...
1. Die Gedanken sind frei, wer kann sie erraten,
sie fliegen vorbei wie nächtliche Schatten.
Kein Mensch kann sie wissen, kein Jäger erschießen
mit Pulver und Blei: Die Gedanken sind frei!
English : Thoughts are free, who can guess them?
They fly by like nocturnal shadows.
No man can know them,...
This word cannot be translated directly to English. Relatively we can call it something like "regular's table" or "regular get-together".
In practically the word Stammtisch is a table in a bar or restaurant which is reserved for the common guests at the same time every...
The following description of German word order is based on the structure of main clauses, also called independent clauses. A "main clause" has a subject and a predicate and can form a complete sentence that is able to stand alone. It can take a...
Deutsch Prepositions can be categorised according to the case required or by meaning.
Classification by the case required
*prepositions with the nominative als
*prepositions with the dative ab, außer, aus, bei, gegenüber, mit, nach, seit, von, zu
*prepositions with the accusative bis, durch, für, um, gegen, ohne, entlang
Did you know German and English are both sister languages?
English and German share 60% of their vocabulary. Given their close relation, German and English share more than half of their vocabulary — so if you know English, you’re already halfway there to speaking German!...
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