A Day In My German School

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Julian showcases a typical day in his German school, the Hohbuchschule Reutlingen

German Dating Guide

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You want to learn German? Or just find love in Germany? Then you need to make sure to follow this German love guide to get yourself a German girl-/boyfriend now! Germans love differently from most people, we are more reserved and need to be handled quite specially! Make sure you don’t scare that German girl or boy of your dreams away and Get Germanized today! Enjoy the German language, learn German and Get Germanized!

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Age, Occupation And Origin | Learn German For Beginners | Lesson 3

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In the last lesson we learned all about introductions in German, asking for someone’s name and saying goodbye. If you missed it, you might wanna check it out first. Otherwise let’s get going with German for Beginners Lesson 3. In this lesson you’ll learn how to ask for someone’s age, occuptation and origin in German, and of course respond to these questions as well. Learn German – Get Germanized

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Top 10 German Foods

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Learn about German food and what Germans REALLY eat! Do we only live on Bier, Wurst and Sauerkraut or is there more to the German cuisine than people say? Find out in this video, learn German, enjoy our favorite foods and Get Germanized!

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German & Dutch Culture; The Same?! #PART 1 | A FEW REASONS

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German & Dutch Culture; The Same?! #PART 1 | A FEW REASONS


Hello guys! Here is a little video I made with, again, my friend Michelle. Someone asked for the difference between the Dutch and German culture, so here you go.
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Saying Hello In Germany | Easy German 1

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Learn German with Easy German: Simon and Bettina talk to people in the streets of Münster.

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The Language Situation scenes are supposed to complement any regular language course by providing a sort of language “street experience”.

You can see “real” people talking their “real” language. They are all quite taken by surprise in this unusual situation (somebody asking silly questions) and they react very spontaneously.

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Hallo!

Hi.

Wie geht’s Ihnen? : How are you doing.

Wie – how

Geht – it goes

‘s – short for “es” – it

Ihnen – You

Gut – good

OK – OK

Schönen Tag – beautiful day

noch – still, yet

Danke – Thank you

Einfach nur “Hallo” – simple only “Hallo”

Hallo – Hello.

Schlecht – bad

Warum – why

Warum schlecht? – Why bad?

Was ist los? – What’s up.

Guten Tag! – Good day.

Hatten Sie einen Schönen Tag? – Did you have a good day?

Ich habe – I have

Du hast – You have

Sie hat – She has

Er hat – He has

Es hat – It has

Wir haben – We have

Iht habt – You have

They have – Sie haben

You have – Sie haven (this is the polite form for people you don’t know well)

Ich hatte – I had

Du hattest – You had

And so on.

Ja, auf jeden Fall – yes, by all means

Auf – on

Jeden – every

(der) Fall – a possibility

Ja, gleichfalls – yes, likewise

Wie geht’s dir – how are you doing

Ganz gut – quite alright

Ganz – complete, entire

Schönen Tag gehabt? – Did you have a beautiful day

Ich habe gehabt – I have had

Du hast gehabt – You have had

Sie hat gehabt – She has had (and so on)

Ja, bisher schon – yes, so far yet

Ja, dann wünsche ich – yes, then I wish you

doch weiter – still

noch einen schönen Tag – yet a beautiful day

ja, beim Einkaufen – yes, at the shoping

Weiter – further

viel Spaß – a lot of joy

Danke schön – thank you very much

Und – and

Tschüss! bye bye

Schon viel Spaß gehabt hier in der Stadt? – Did you have had a lot of fun in the city yet?

(die) Stadt – a city

sehr viel – a lot of

Sehr – very

Saufender Pöbel – drunken mob

Sie dürfen mich ruhig duzen – you may as well say you to me
(normaly she should address him with the polite “Sie” form – in German you would say: Sie siezt ihn” when she use the informal “Du” form then: “Sie duzt ihn” The joke was that he has proposed this informal way of addressing him after she already did it anyway)

Viel Zeit – a lot of time, a long time

heute – today

in der Stadt – in the city

Verbracht = verbringen: to spend

Ich verbringe, du verbringst (and so on)

Ich habe verbracht, du hast verbracht (and so on)

Nee – a colloquial form for “Nein”: No

nur beim Kaffeetrinken – only by drinking coffee

in einem Café – in a café

Ein Bisschen – a little

Für eine Frau nicht viel – for a women not a lot

(eine) Frau – a woman

Nicht – not

Nee, aber sehr, sehr lange halte ich es auch nicht aus – no, but I don’t endure it ver much longer

Lang – long

Ich halte – i hold

Ich halte aus – i endure

zu voll – too full

Ist das eine Tuba? – is it a tube

Ja, ja, eine Tuba – yes, a tube

Sieht gut aus – it looks very nice

Ich sehe gut aus – I look nice

Sie sieht gut aus – She looks nice (and so on)

Gut, und selbst? – good and yourself?

Ja, gut, danke – yes, good, thank you

Hervorragend – brilliant

Nein, danke – no, thank you

Working On German Vs Japanese Cars

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My good friend Charles Sanville aka HumbleMechanic and I were in Atlanta not long ago. On one of our drives we decided to discuss the differences between working on German vs Japanese cars. An interesting discussion for sure. I look forward to your comments.

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Learn German | Doch Explained

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Learn German | Doch Explained


Doch is one of those words people struggle with the most when they attempt to learn German. This video will explain the meaning and usage of doch, give example sentences and will get you one step closer to becoming a master of the German language!

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GERMAN Accent Tag – Deutscher Akzent Tag

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YOU are now tagged! Watch this German accent video and tag others by making your own! To learn German you first need to understand the German accent! Do you know how Germans say squirrel? Not at all you say? Let me prove you wrong! Get ready for your next trip to Germany and know right away if you stand in front of a German or English speaker!

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My channel covers everything from beginners to expert lessons and even though I’m not a professional teacher you’ll find that Get Germanized takes on a fresh approach and that looking at things from a different perspective can be key to making progress fast!
I’m a native speaker and started this channel to improve my English language skills but by now our community has grown into something that will help you reach your goals in no time and entertain you while doing so!

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Words used:

Garage, herb, schedule, figure, jaguar, lieutenant, water, advertisement, vase, route, ballet, tomato, leisure, address, ate, buoy, aluminium, aunt, wash, oil, theatre, iron, salmon, caramel, fire, sure, data, ruin, crayon, toilet, New Orleans, pecan, both, again, probably, spitting image, Alabama, lawyer, coupon, mayonnaise, syrup, pyjamas, caught, squirrel, sausage.

My German translation:

die Garage, das Kraut / die Kräuter, der Plan, die Figur, der Jaguar, der Leutnant, das Wasser, die Werbung, die Vase, die Route / die Strecke, das Ballett, die Tomate, die Freizeit, die Adresse, aß, die Boje, das Aluminium, die Tante, waschen, das Öl, das Theater, das Eisen, der Lachs, das Karamell, das Feuer, sicher, die Daten, jemanden ruinieren / der Ruin, die Kreide, die Toilette, New Orleans, die Pekannuss, beide, wieder, wahrscheinlich, das Ebenbild, Alabama, der Anwalt, der Gutschein, die Mayonnaise, der Sirup, der Pyjama, gefangen, das Eichhörnchen, die Wurst.

QUESTIONS:

What is it called when you throw toilet paper on a house?
– Toilettenpapier werfen

What is the bubbly carbonated drink called?
– das Wasser / der Sprudel

What do you call gym shoes?
– die Turnschuhe

What do you say to address a group of people?
– Hey Leute / Entschuldigen Sie bitte

What do you call the kind of spider that has an oval shaped body and extremely long legs?
– Widerlich

What do you call your grandparents?
(die) Oma und (der) Opa

What do you call the wheeled contraption in which you carry groceries at the supermarket?
– der Einkaufswagen

What do you call it when rain falls while the sun is shining?
– Es regnet und die Sonne scheint

What is the thing you change the TV channel with?
– die Fernbedienung

10 Funny German Words

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German is known to be harsh but did you know it can also be absolutely hilarious? Find out about 10 surprisingly funny German words and Get Germanized!

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I’m a native speaker and started this channel to improve my English language skills but by now our community has grown into something that will help you reach your goals in no time and entertain you while doing so!

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