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How would you define German in your own words?
At first impression German is a foreign language to most Americans, but yet at a closer look, it is very similar and not foreign at all. Both English and German have the same origin, both come from the old Anglo-Saxon language of Northern Europe. Detecting similarities from English, rather than... read more
At first impression German is a foreign language to most Americans, but yet at a closer look, it is very similar and not foreign at all. Both... read more
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Gisela B. answered • 03/19/18

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How would you define German in your own words?
It's a misunderstood language. A lot of people see German as harsh and unforgiving, but I think it's a gorgeous language, and there's so many beautiful German stories, and German music and poetry is some of the best in the world.
It's a misunderstood language. A lot of people see German as harsh and unforgiving, but I think it's a gorgeous language, and there's so many... read more
Answered • 03/19/18

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How would you define German in your own words?
Did you know that both German and English are Germanic languages? Even though German and English parted ways in their development centuries ago, there are still striking similarities, not only in sentence structure and grammar, but also in vocabulary. Therefore, even without having ever taken a... read more
Did you know that both German and English are Germanic languages? Even though German and English parted ways in their development centuries ago,... read more
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How would you define German in your own words?
Austria, Germany, Luxembourg, Switzerland--what exciting places to practice your German language skills some day! German is a very logical language which has a close connection to English. Many words are spelled the same as in English, and many others are so close in spelling that it is quite... read more
Austria, Germany, Luxembourg, Switzerland--what exciting places to practice your German language skills some day! German is a very logical... read more
Answered • 04/17/18