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A list of the funniest German jokes translated into English. The German sense of humor is finally uncovered!
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Thanks to another visitor of mine for submitting this ultra über long German word.
26 letters. "This long German word can mean a few different things, such as 'team spirit', 'communal spirit', 'common identity' and 'togetherness.' (Sent in by Anonymous)
For more ultra long German words or to add your own, please click on the link below!
Do you know how to type German Umlauts and 'ß' on a Windows PC? If not, take a look at my German alphabet lesson where I discuss the best way to do this, plus much more.
Please click on the link below to go directly to my free German language lesson.
My guide to traditional German clothing and why women, in particular, need to make sure they know all about the customs behind the clothes!!.
This year the German Easter Bunny has been very busy in sunny Bavaria in Southern Germany - just look what he has left for the children.
In Germany the Easter bunny leaves lots of Easter baskets filled to the brim with chocolate delights!
In Bavaria a traditional German Easter breakfast may consist of Easter bread, painted eggs, ham and a chocolate cake in the form of a lamb!
Our day began with scrumptious Easter bread and beautifuly painted eggs.
To see some photos of an Easter morning in Germany and to learn how to say Happy Easter in German and much more, please click on the link below
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What would you like to see more of? What would you like to see less of?
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Thanks to a visitor to my website for recently submitting this long German word for inclusion in my long German words section:
Literally translated this means hostility towards foreigners. In English: Xenophobia. 22 letters.
For more long German words and Guinness World Record breakers click on the link below - maybe you even have your own to add?!
Afraid they are not going to have a clue what you're talking about? Or maybe you just want to pick up a few sentences for use in emails?
Whatever the case my Ultimate German Business Phrase section is for you!
It's loaded with ready-made phrases to help you write emails, letters, answer the telephone, take part in meetings and hold presentations confidently in German.
Click on the link below and never dread 'that' meeting or 'that' phone call again :)
You have said that quite recently, haven't you?! I know I certainly did once upon a time.
But should German grammar really be dreaded? Is it really that difficult? The answer is most definitely no.
Don't be put off by all those German text books, German courses and (sorry!) German teachers. They just overcomplicate matters.
Use my lessons and you will master the most dreaded aspect of the German language...I guarantee.
Click below for the easiest guide to German grammar on the internet :)
With Spring just around the corner and with some of you possibly planning a trip to the Alps this summer, maybe it's time to learn the names of some beautiful flowers in German such as:
Edelweiss - das Edelweiβ
Color: White-yellow. Blossoms from July to September and belongs to the sunflower family. Literally translated it means 'Noble White'.
Alpine Rose - die Alpenrose
Color: Pink. Found at a height of approx. 1200-2300 metres. It blossoms from June to September. In the Alps, some superstitious folk believe the flowers attract thunder and lightning and thus the flower is also known as the 'Donnerblume' or in English the 'Thunder Flower'. So keep away from these if you feel a storm coming on!
For more German flowers and also information on which flowers to send on which occasion in Germany, please click on the link below:
With Easter on its way, it's time to learn how to say Happy Easter in German:
Happy Easter - Frohe Ostern
Happy Easter holidays - Frohe Osterfeiertage
We wish you and your family a happy and peaceful Easter -
Wir wünschen Ihnen und Ihrer Familie ein frohes und friedliches Osterfest
For more German Easter phrases please click on the link below:
Discover one of the best German to English translators in Europe as well as some secrets from the world of professional translation.
Learn all about your German ancestors with this German surname genealogy information page.
Improve your German skills today with my top tips on how to learn German.
Easy-to-follow online guide to German phrases. Essential for anyone learning to speak German. Includes audio clips.
The ultimate guide to German jobs. An online resource helping you find your perfect career in German...there's no excuse anymore :)
Learn basic German words and phrases for FREE with this easy-to-follow online guide with audio. Learn how to say hello, please, thank you and many more basic German phrases.
Learn more about your German ancestry with this list of German surnames beginning with Z; ideal for researching your family history and discovering the roots of your German last name.
Learn how to translate German properly with my free online lesson. I will share with you my top tips for translating German as well as warn you about the big ‘no-nos’.
Improve your knowledge of German language history with these quick facts. You will learn how and where the German language originated, how it developed and where German is currently spoken.
An alphabetical listing of German surnames; ideal for researching your family history and discovering the roots of your German last name
I truly believe this is the easiest-to-understand guide to German grammar available! Never dread learning German grammar again with these easy lessons.
Find out which long German words are Guinness World Record breakers and which are just plain funny!. Can you believe the longest German word contains 80 letters? Find out which one here.
A list of German numbers with audio. Learn how to count in German from 0 to 10 and up to 100 and beyond with this free, easy-to-follow online lesson.
An easy guide to the German alphabet with audio and examples throughout.
Top Tips & Advice
Longest German word?
Can you believe the longest German word contains no less than 80 letters?!
Click here to find out which long German words are Guinness World Record breakers and which one involves this very famous European river!
Business German phrases for use in emails and letters as well as for presentations, meetings and phone calls.
Learn German Numbers in this easy-to-follow online lesson. Lots of examples and tips on counting in German.