When it comes to finding the time to actually sit down and study languages, there are usually two big obstacles we feel that we face. The first is that 1) we just don’t have the time to sit down and study or 2) we just don’t have the energy to sit down and study. Our day to day responsibilities can take up a huge chunk... Kee
The process of language learning can sometimes resemble the stages of grief and despair. But battle on, soldiers! The final stages will make up for everything. The Take-Off It’s all excitement; all you can see is the novelty of the language and the culture; all you can see is yourself travelling and mingling with locals…
Learn to speak like a Weltmeister! With the Euro 2016 running from June 10-July 10, it's time to polish our football vocabulary. Here are 11 soccer words to help you follow along with the European Championship in German.
Despite what stereotypes might have you believe, Germans aren't that different from the rest of us when it comes to social interactions. But these tips should help guide you through your next dinner invitation.
Art and culture in the German Democratic Republic were represented by many creative people who felt the obligation to make their works about problems and challenges in their society. Up until 1965, the GDR Government did allow art to be free and critical. Western trends, such as beat music, spread amongst the young people unopposed. Bands like the Beatles continued their triumphant procession into Eastern Germany.But in December of 1965, the government changed their opinio
Does robotics sell? This is the bet of a Berlin Shop making Nao his muse. Located on the Dircksenstrasse, the Icerobot employs the little french robot to sell its ice-cream. The ordering process is automated and the customer chooses his
Angelika Davey's insight:
A bit of Sunday fun. Apart from me, who would like to receive an ice cream from a robot?
When you think of German food, what's the first thing that comes to mind? Lots of meat? Sausage? Bread? Sauerkraut? (Endless fields of pig bodies to satisfy Germany's disturbing and straight up demonic appetite for all things swine?) Before moving to Germany, I thought of these things too, because I had no idea just how…
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