Show me the money! Let’s talk about money! To be more precise, German money and what the Germans might call it.
First some ‘normal’ words (plural ending in brackets):
Now for some slang words instead of ‘Geld’. Just like in English people might say mint, monkey, an arm and a leg, etc….., you may hear Germans use others words, too. I wouldn’t suggest that you use those words, but if you hear them in a German film, a song or you hear it said on the streets, you’ll know what people talk about ☺
Here are those slang words again:
Some phrases/ idioms:
How about Abba’s song ‘Money Money Money in German? Here it is from Mamma Mia, the German version of the musical:
Or if you’d rather find out how money was invented (AND learn some German) check out the following easy videos:
And, of course, show me the money ☺
But now, that you have read all this, here’s one more German saying:
Über Geld spricht man nicht!
I’ll leave it to you to translate that sentence ☺
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