Germany has a population of just under 82.8 million people. It consists of 16 federal states, and borders 9 other countries: Denmark, Poland, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Austria, France, Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands. The capital of Berlin is also the largest city in the country, with about 3.7 million. Germany’s economy is the largest […]
Learning German phrases does not only come in handy when trying to get around, but it might also inspire you to want take it a step further and actually learn the language. German is spoken by about 95 million people in the world. It is the official language of 6 countries: Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, […]
Recipes for traditional “Laugen” baked goods, such as pretzels and buns that have a dark brown crust, traditionally use lye, (yes, the alkali that will burn your hands). Extremely dangerous to work with, but completely harmless when baked, lye is what gives the German pretzel its unique, delicious flavor. As with almost any recipe, variations […]
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An Easy Guide To Understanding German Cases When you ask language learners what the most difficult part of learning German is, many of them will agree: It is understanding and using the grammatical cases. German has four: the nominative, the genitive, the dative and the accusative (German spelling: der Nominativ, der Genitiv, der Dativ, der […]