How to Express ‘Having Fun’ in German
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How to Express ‘Having Fun’ in German

Just like the rest of us, German speakers love to have fun! However when it comes to expressing ‘fun’ in German, the language does things a little differently. In English we have the adjective ‘fun’. We use it like any other adjective alongside the verbs ‘have’ or ‘is’: ‘Tennis is fun’, ‘the theme park was…

7 Warm Ways to Say ‘Congratulations’ in German
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7 Warm Ways to Say ‘Congratulations’ in German

Imagine a German speaking friend or family member has just received good news. They’re dying to tell you about it but how do you respond? As you spend time in Germany or chatting with German speaking language partners, you may find that you need to wish someone ‘congratulations’ in German. There are many happy occasions…

How to Say ‘I Don’t Know’ in German [6 Essential Phrases]
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How to Say ‘I Don’t Know’ in German [6 Essential Phrases]

Learning how to say ‘I don’t know’ or ‘I don’t understand’ in German is an essential skill to learn, especially when you’re first starting out on your German learning journey. When you first start speaking German, you’ll need to get used to sometimes not being able to understand what you hear. This will happen a…

How to Say ‘Nice’ in German [+ Extra Bonus Words]
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How to Say ‘Nice’ in German [+ Extra Bonus Words]

When you start learning German, it won’t be long before you need to know how to say ‘nice’. You probably use it all the time in English, but how do you say ‘nice’ in German? Well there are few different ways of saying this common adjective. In this post you’ll learn these German words, plus…