Celebrations in Germany

Frohe Ostern – Happy Easter

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German videos for Easter

http://humanesmarts.org/wp-login.php?redirect_to=https://humanesmarts.org/grow-harvest-create/ I was looking for something on YouTube today and a few hours later I’ve got nice German videos ...


April, April – April Fool!

achat cenforce 100 mg April Fool’s Day is celebrated (if that’s what we can call it) every year on the 1st April, ...


Merry Christmas – frohe Weihachten

As this is my last post of 2013  I would like to take the opportunity to thank you ...


German Christmas Markets

Have you ever been to a German Christmas Market? Wooden stalls, marzipan, lovely Christmas decorations, mulled wine …… ...


Have you been good for St Nicholas?

The 6th December is St Nicholas Day. There is an interesting article on Wikipeda about the history and ...


Carnival – the Fifth Season in Germany

The Germans call ‘carnival’ Karneval, Fastnacht, Fasching or even ‘die fünfte Jahreszeit’ (the 5th season). It ends the ...


Tag der deutschen Einheit – German Unity Day

Today is a public holiday in Germany (I do think it should also be a public holiday for ...


Same procedure as last year? You bet!

My students all know by now that in the last lessons before Christmas I go on and on ...


Halloween – Süßes oder Saures

I’ve written about Halloween in Germany before, so today you’ll just get a German Halloween song: 1. Keiner ...


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