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German words with no english translation

The German language has several words that have no actual English equivalent or proper translation. Thus, the language allows you to express something in one perfect word, unlike English, where you may require a whole sentence to explain the same thing. Sprachgefühl – some people have a knack for learning languages, collecting five, six or seven

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Time to learn German

Learn to say, ‘How are you?’ in German Wie geht es dir? / Wie geht es Ihnen? It literally means “going to you”? But this is how you say “How are you?” in German. Use dir when speaking to people you know or someone younger. Ihnen is the appropriate formal address for a stranger, especially

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LET’S LEARN A NEW LANGUAGE

Grüße and Abschiedsgrüße Greetings and Goodbyes in German Hallo This is one of your typicaal German greetings. It is suitable for just about every situation. Guten Morgen Good morning Guten Abend Good evening Guten Tag Good day Gute Nacht Good night Although you might think of Guten Tag and Guten Abend as being similar to

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A language is more than just words …

“Learning another language is not only learning different words for the same things but learning another way to think about things.” – Flora Lewis In English we say, “I miss you.” In French however you would say “Tu me manques”. Translated this means “you are missing from me”. The same emotion is communicated so differently

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Say friend in different languages

• German – Freund • Dutch – Vriend• Italian – Amico• French – Ami • Irish – Cara• Latvian – Draugs• Maltese – Habib• Turkish – Arkadas• Portugese – Amigos • Somali – Saaxiib

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Let’s get to know some ‘friendly’ idioms

It’s that time of the year when you get promoted to a new class. New teachers, new friends to make, so many new things… It’s exciting right? Now that you will be making so many new friends, let’s get friendly with some idioms with “friendship” To get on like a house on fire – No

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A better way to say all the best!

Exams are just round the corner and we want to wish you all the best of luck! But can we say it differently? Here are a few phrases we’d suggest • Go forth and conquer• Break a leg!• Take home the crown!• Remember me when you’re famous! • Bring home the trophy!• Knock them dead!• May

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Let’s say Party in different languages

Spring is the time of year when many things change. The weather becomes warmer, leaves and plants start to grow again and flowers appear. Did you know that spring is nature’s way of saying, ‘Let’s Party!’Hey, do you how to say party in different languages? Dutch – Feest Croatian – Stranka Spanish – Fiesta Finnish – Juhla Italian – Partito Indonesian –

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Creative ways to say excited

Are you excited? I am excited about the new book I got yesterday but can I say the word excited in some other way? Read on if you want to… This information is brought to you by Classcapades. Classcapades is a creative writing academy in Santacruz West, Mumbai.

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Happy new year in different language

Do you know how to say ‘happy new year’ in different languages?Mandarin – Xin Nian Kuai LeDutch – Gelukkig Nieuw Jaar Kashmiri – Nav Reh Mubarakh Bhojpuri – Nauka Sal Mubarak Hoe

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