Halt! How do you say ‘stop’ in German?

A while ago I read somewhere (sadly I can’t remember where) a question about the verb ‘to stop’ ...

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German Idioms and Tongue Twisters with the letter C

Following on from last month’s blog post about German Idioms and Tongue Twisters with the letter B, here ...

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Famous Germans – Konrad Duden

“Konrad Alexander Friedrich Duden (3 January 1829 – 1 August 1911) was a Gymnasium (high school) teacher who ...

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Improve your German in January 2022

Welcome to another month (and year) of the German Action for Happiness Calendars. As before, you can if ...

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Handschuhe – Gloves

When new German learners learn vocabulary about clothes, they find out that shoes are Schuhe in German. Then, ...

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Improve your German in December

Welcome to another month of the German Action for Happiness Calendars. As before, you can if you wish ...

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German Idioms and Tongue Twisters with the letter B

Following on from last month’s blog post about German Idioms and Tongue Twisters with the letter A, here ...

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November Church Holidays in Germany

November always seems a sad month in Germany. One reason is the weather. Although November days can be ...

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German for sewing lovers

How do you practise your German when you’re no longer a beginner? One way is to incorporate the ...

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Improve your German in November

Welcome to another month of the German Action for Happiness Calendars. As before, you can if you wish ...

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