Deutschland and German is Deutsch it sounds like doytchland or doych
ang namuno sa germany ay ang tatay mo at ang nanay mo etc...
depending on the context.
Depending on context, I am very happy can be translated as:
Ich bin sehr glücklich
Ich bin sehr froh
It depends. Do you want to know when school ends like "When do you get home after school" or more like "How many years do German students go to school"?
At first you have to know that we have got a few different school types. Children go to the Grundschule when they are about six years old and they stay for about 4 to 6 years. This depends on the Bundesland (state) you´re living in. I for example went 4 years to Grundschule and then changed to the Gymnasium. I live in North-Rhine Westphalia and here it used to take 13 years (including Grundschule) to complete school but they are changing the system at the moment and they are reducing it to 12 years.
But there are also some other school types like the Realschule (10 years), Hauptschule (9 years i think) and the Gesamtschule (i think either 10 years and if you choose to do your Abitur - the highest degree you can get, you need it to go to university - 12 or 13 years, too). As you can see the education system in Germany is quite complicated and that´s why they are trying to change it.
But if you simply wanted to know when kinds get home after school, well that is that easy as well. When I was in fifth grade school started at 8 a.m. or sometimes at 8.45 a.m. It usually ended after 5 or 6 lessons at either 12.25, 13.15 or sometimes at about 2 p.m.
But it really was not like every day you´d come home at the same time. Sometimes you only had like 4 lessons or something. But that has changed, too, today the fifth graders stay in school up till 3 p.m. For me this is strange because when I was at their age I never had to stay longer than 2pm. Of course when you get older you have to stay longer, in the Oberstufe (11th grade to 13th grade) it is normal to stay that long at school. But it totally depends on your timetable. I´ve got friends who have got 10 lessons a day and on another day only 3. I was lucky because my lessons were very well balanced over the week.
School typically begins at seven am and ends at one pm. The start and end times vary based on the school.
Glasses that you drink out of: Gläser
Glasses that you see though: Brille
They normally start at 8 and finish at 1.
And they normally have 6 subjects in one day.
They have lessons that are similar to English lessons but instead theyy learn about English grammar.
They feed on nectar from flowers (and hummingbird feeders)
Amalie Augusta Melitta Bentz was a famous German entrepreneur in the early 1900s. She is known mainly for invention of the coffee filter in 1908 and she died in 1950.
Germany does not have a lot of coastline, so there are not many seaports. Hamburg is the biggest port in Germany, so it deals with a lot of Germany's imports and exports, which is why it is so important.
There are a number of different types of beer brewed in Germany. They are:
Schnitzel ( a breaded veal steak) with spetzle ( potato noodles) are very popular in Germany as are many types of brot (breads) with wurst ( sausage/hot dog). Pepper steak is also eaten and many different fish. Of course, there are great beers.
Wienerschnitzel (breaded veal cutlet), Wienerschnitzel 2 (with Parmesan cheese in the breadcrumbs), Schweineschnitzel (breaded pork cutlet), Jägerschnitzel (pork or veal cutlet smothered in a brown gravy with sautéed mushrooms) Schwarzwälderkirschtorte (Black Forest Cake),
Pfeffernüße (German Christmas Cookies), Bienenstich (Bee Sting Cake), Honig Brät Mandeln (Honey Roasted Almonds), Apfelstrudel (Apple Strudel), Weihnachtsstollen (Christmas Loaf), German Chocolate cake
Germany has many ethnic foods and specialties. I traveled to Germany last summer. For simplicity, I noticed these foods were very dominate in German cuisine: chesses, meats (brat worst especially), pastries of various kinds, and beer!
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Stollen is a dense, rich bread with butter, dried fruit, candied peel and spices. Some versions are quite sweet and may include marzipan or nuts. The top is often covered in icing/powdered sugar. Stollen is traditionally baked for Christmas or Advent in some parts of Germany, and possibly originated from the desire to have a more festive and flavoursome bread in the time of Advent fasting.
Yes, although they're now very popular in other countries such as North America and Australia.
Some of the most popular cars in Germany are the volkswagen polo, golf and passat, the opel corsa, astra and vectra and the Mercedes C and E class.
In Germany If you have a homework of wORS FROM OTHER LAUNGUAGES NOM YOU WILL KNMOW THAT :)
Because it is
The legal drinking age in Germany is 16 with exceptions
There are too many desserts on the German menu to say which is the best. Try them all, you won't be sorry.
One example is the Sachertorte. Even though it originated in Austria, it's still one of the best desserts that you will find in Germany.
the frankfurter is called a frankfurter because it comes from a city or state named Frankfurt
Spaghetti is the most common and popular in Germany.
*Different provinces in Germany enjoy different foods. In the north "Gruehnkohl" is very popular. If you go to the southern region in Bavaria, they are not very familiar with Gruehnkohl. In Bavaria "Weisswurst" is very popular - it is a type of sausage.
Almost all Germans, no matter the region, love hamburgers and currywurst. Currywurst, which is a type of sausage (bratwurst,knackwurst, rindwurst) consists of the sausage being sliced into pieces, and then covered in a curry sauce which normally consists of ketchup or tomato paste blended with curry powder.
Germans also enjoy "Rotkohl" (Red Cabbage), "Erbsensuppe" (Split pea soup), "Linsensuppe" (lentil soup), and any meal consisting of meat and potatoes with gravy.
Schnitzel is also very popular. Schnitzel is sort of like a breaded pork chop. I most certainly can't leave out the "pommes" which are french fries.
It really depends on what region you visit, but overall the number 1 favorite food in Germany is Schweinebraten.
bratwurst is Germanys favourite food
Beer is the most popular drink in Germany.
Coffee is the most popular drink in Germany, with an average per capita consumption of about 150 litres per year (Deutsche Kaffeeverband, 2010)