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German Language and Culture

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The German language is primarily spoken in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, as well as in some parts in northern Italy. Along with their customs and food, these countries’ cultures are intertwined with the language.


Blei ist ein chemisches Element mit dem Symbol Pb (lat. p lum b um ) und der Ordnungszahl 82 . Es ist ein giftiges Schwermetall und steht in der 4. Hauptgruppe (Kohlenstoffgruppe) und 6. Periode des Periodensystems der Elemente. Blei ist leicht verformbar und hat einen vergleichsweise...
Depending on context, the English word lots can be translated as   viel - wir haben viel zu tun - we have lots to do   viele - viele Leute - lots of people,    Loße - Loße ziehen - draw  lots    Schicksale, Charge, Parzelle, Grundstück
"dachsähnliches" is a form of "dachsähnlich" used with neuter indefinitive nouns, which is an adjective, "-ähnlich" is a suffix meaning "similar to" or "-like" added to nouns making them adjectives, while "Dachs" means "badger", so it means "badger-like". Example: "ein dachsähnliches Tier" - "a...
The German word for please is 'bitte'.
Your question is a little unclear. :( If you are looking how to greet peoplein German ere are some things that may help. Gutan tag- Good day Hallo- hello Guten morgen- good morning Hallo mine name ist- hello my name is....
It's not a question that you can ask someone. Ich mochte means I would like ein is the indefinite article meaning "a" stuck means a piece of kuchen is cake and bitte means please. "Ich mochte ein stuck kuchen bitte" is a sentence meaning "I'd like a piece of cake please."
The closest German word is dahindämmern. It means to be semi-conscious.
It has come to my attention that this is "Pennsylvania Dutch" for"mischievous child".
Well, how do you get offended?
English: "efficient" is German: "effizient", "einwandfrei", "ergiebig", "ertragreich", "geschäftstüchtig", "gründlich", "leistungsfähig", "rasch", "rationell", "tüchtig", "wirksam", "wirtschaftlich".
None, but many dialects of German exist all over the world.
It seems to be very Eastern European. My parents were Prussian and they had a version, the Mennonites here in Canada have a version as do the Poles, Ukrainians, Italian, Jews, Czechs, Bohemians, Romanians etc.. I would say however that the Poles and the Ukrainians are famous or them especially here...
The German peeps went out and sacrafised a pikachu in houner of lord Jashin.
It's the same: Peter.
There were several famous German Tanks. One of them was the Panzer, another was the Tiger tank, and lastly, the modern-day German tank is the Leopard II.
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Moritz and Maus are German surnames.
Ich heisse Haley
Languages spread from place to place as people who speak them migrate from place to place. Countries, or nations, get their borders established in a few different ways. The areas where people speak the same language might, for whatever reason, become different countries. The present-day borders...
It appears to be a fragment that means something to the affect: "...live in a dug hole or pit." I wonder if this was supposed to mean "Wohnen im Gruenen" ? A popular saying if you want to move out of town and live "in the green" ;-)
Thoughtful can be translated as:   nachdenklich   gedankenvoll   umsichtig   aufmerksam
they take much pride in there work ethics and there cars. they also are pride that they breed they famous German Shepard
If, by slidy, you mean slippery then German translations are:schlüpfrigrutschigglitschigaalglatt
Kaiser -Kaiserin = Emperor, Empress König - Königin = King, Queen Erzherzog - Erzherzogin = Archduke, Archduchess Großherzog - Großherzogin = Grand Duke, Grand Duchess Kurfurst - Kurfürstin = Prince elector, no English equivalent Herzog - Herzogin = Duke, Duchess Landgraf -...
Jacke, Jagdgewehr, Jahrgang, Jemand, Jeder, Jochbein,Johannisbeere, Journalismus....
Sit! = Sitz! (literally: Sit!) Down! = Platz! (literally: Place!) Heel! = Bei Fuß! (literally: At foot!) Attack! = Fass! (literally: Catch!
it's a german word that means roll, turn and slide.
!~♥~Easter~♥~!   And every day you don't have to work. :-)   The next day (today is May 11) is Father's Day on May 21.   I added a link below.
German: Wo bist Du? Swiss German*: Wo Bisch? Wo Bisch Du? * There are four official languages used in Switzerland, German, French, Italian and Romansch. Swiss German is a dialect (stemming from German), and varys from place to place. This is a widely used translation, but wont be used...
If you mean how do you ask the time, you can say:Wie viel Uhr ist es?(vee feel oor ist ess)Or if you mean what is the time in Germany, it's GMT+1 so if in England it's 8pm then it will be 9pm in Germany.
German: "die Sterne" is English "the stars".
Schokolade Scho like in "SHOck", but the o is a bit longer ko as in "KOala" or "COca COla" la just the same as in "Dalai LAma" de like the word "thE", just replace the th with a D Well...
Ordinal number: eins noun: einen (male) eine (female) eins (neuter) adjective: ein (male, neuter) eine (female) pronoun: man
The American state of Georgia is the same in German. The country of Georgia is Georgien, pronounced Gay-org-ee-en
Hej. Was ist los? It'd just be: Hay. Voss ist lowes.
English: "60" is German "60 = sechzig".
make a woman smile - eine Frau zum Lächeln bringen
at no time = zu keiner Zeit at no time = zu keinem Zeitpunkt at no time = nie
  I'm not sure this is the correct answer, but I came to this site looking for info on my ancestors from Wiggenhall in the 1100's and 1200's--the Germunds, or Germondes. They married into the well-known Howard family of historical interest, who were the leading family of Wiggenhall for many...
Amigos para la eternidad.
das Schicksal das Los die Bestimmung die Vorsehung
Großmutter, Großvater Oma, Opa
If you mean career , then the German translation is: Karriere Laufbahn Werdegang
yes, but some German Shepard don't like to water/swimming. it depends upon the dog.
His name Is Leopold Slikk.
ANSWERIhr is the plural personal pronoun, which correspond to the English "you".Example:German: Ich - English: I du - you er - he sie - she es - it wir - we ihr - you sie - they
German. It was always Germain, even back to the 5th of 6th century.
Die Zeit Units of time: die Sekunde die Minute die Stunde der Tag die Woche der Monat das Jahr
One can't really compare the ages of languages. In this case there are various problems:   Latin is not a 'living' language and has changed relatively little over the centuries - because it's not acquired naturally as a mother tongue, but has to be learned consciously.  The Germanic languages,...
Number 3 in the world and number 1 in Europe.
English: "the warmth" is German: "Die Wärme".
The German word for 'legs' is Beine.
The German equivalent of Kersten is Kerstin or Kirsten
Everybody who lives in Germany. German is the language of Germany. About approximately 82,468,000. people.
English: "the canary" is German: "der Kanarienvogel".
'Sanke' is not a word in German. Perhaps you're confusing it with the word 'sanken' (plural [they] sank) or the word for thank you, 'danke'. Other than that, I'm really not sure.
This term is not usually used in German.. When announcing a new born "baby girl" the phrase "es ist ein Mädchen" would be used.. Baby-Mädchen.
Well, they watch soccer, they practice a lot of sport, passing their time with ourdoor activities, otherwise, they're busy with their pets (especially dogs), they spend the week end visiting their relatives living in another city with a schöneswochenende ticket, they throw out barbecue parties,...
No, president Dwight D. Eisenhower is a German-American, and he wasn't impeached or mobbed or anything. The name "Eisenhower" is German for "iron hewer".
Danke. Danke dir/Ihnen. Danke schön.
Yes. All nouns in German are capitalized.
I think you mean Liebling, in which case, when alone, means darling/sweetheart/honey and so on. When made into a compound word with another word, it implies that word is a favorite i.e. - Lieblingsband = Favorite Band / Lieblingsmenschen = Favorite people
Yes! We got 3 nouns: Masculine, Feminine and Neutral Masculine: Der Feminine: Die Neutral: Das
No, it is an Arabian name. Jordan is a modern Arab nation. It was dominated by kingdom of petra.
Yes, it is derived from the German verb walzen, meaning to turn, rotate.
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Leader or guide! In a milatary setting it means leader or guide with no formal qualifications.
rotkopf is the literal translation
Depending on context, you can be tarnslated as:Du, Ihr, Sie (nominative)Dir, Euch, Ihnen (dative)Dich, Euch, Sie (accusative)
Fußball (football/soccer)
Just part of the natural evolution of modern warfare. Not that big of deal actually, the French tanks in France in 1940 were actually better than the German tanks that conquered them in 1940. The men behind the machines made the difference...not the tanks.The Russian T34 was better than most German...
They tuck them onto the back of a sheep with lots of wool still on to keep warm and they feed the milk of the sheep
German, maths and English are always included. Additionally there are several language subjects. Which are offered differs much between states and schools, but the most common ones are French, Latin, Greek and Spanish. Typically there are the science subjects biology, chemistry and physics. Other...
Depending on context, so translates as so or also.
Der Ghostwriter is a German equivalent to the title of the movie 'The Ghost Writer'.
a picture of how a German money look like
I have seen Katara as a human and I really like her. I want to ask her where she lives.