Have I got your attention?
If you are expecting a krautbashing post you will be disappointed! Because this post looks at the different types of ‘Kraut’.
Following on from last week’s post about 20 herbs and their names in German and English I thought it might be a good idea to talk about “Kräuter” and “Kraut” related words.
bar rencontre clermont ferrand Kräuter means herbs and is the plural of ‘das Kraut’. But the word ‘Kraut’ can mean various things.
buy gabapentin online overnight uk Then there are compound nouns with ‘Kraut’ (all neuter, because it’s ‘das Kraut’)
Shushenskoye Of course, there are also some idioms with ‘Kraut’
And finally a tongue twister for you to practise 😀
“Blaukraut bleibt Blaukraut, Brautkleid bleibt Brautkleid.”
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