Ordering coffee in Germany

One of the first things you usually learn as a beginner is how to order a coffee in Germany. You learn that a cup of coffee is ‘eine Tasse Kaffee’: And a pot of coffee is ‘ein Kännchen Kaffee’: So, I was really surprised when during our holidays in Germany I spotted this: Two thoughts … Read more

Fancy some freshly baked German cake and bread?

Does this make your mouth water? Would you like some? Or rather some of these?  Or would you rather have some bread? Sadly I had to edit this blog post, as  Michael doesn’t do his round anymore. If it ever changes again, I’ll let you know. But I’ll leave you with some more pictures to … Read more

24 Reasons for Learning German – Butterkuchen

Advent Calendar Day 21 Today’s post comes from Rachel. Thank you, Rachel! I receive German lessons through work as we are a German owned company.  I initially volunteered for lessons as I enjoy learning languages but I’m finding that it’s becoming more and more useful as my career progresses. I’ve been learning for about 18 … Read more

Where can I buy German food in England?

Two weeks ago I wrote a blog post about  German food words in everyday English when my friend Suzan St Maur told me she got hungry reading my post and where could she buy some German sausages. And, actually, could I write a blog post about where you can buy German food in England. So this post is … Read more

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