Depending on context, difference can be translated as:
There's no difference in saying "hallo" to a child or to an adult but you could say "Guten Tag"
You write it the same way as you do in English: Restaurant The only difference is you say it a different way.
Well i have a German shepherd and i know a lab and i think they grow at they same rate. if there was a difference i would say the German shepherds grows a tad faster.
you say: ok, no problem. if you want you can say German: ok, kein Problem. makes no difference.
How do you say "War" In german? Answer: "Krieg"
Tranianieren is how you say practice in German.
To say body in German it is Körper
How do i say i have a brother and a sister in German ?
That's actually a Good Question my name is Vanessa too,just as you say it in English But i think there is a difference but hard to explain via Internet:(
In order to say "My eyes" in German you say meine Augen
to say Rosie in German you say Rosie :) i like pie
Panda translates to Panda in German. There is no difference in the spelling, just in the pronunciation. As a side note the Berlin Zoo is home to one Great Panda named Bao Bao.