The year of German language and literature in Russia comes to an official end in Moscow. Throughout the year, events promoting cultural dialogue and the German language threatened to be overshadowed by politics.
I've noticed that when trying to learn German, many foreigners, myself included, will follow a distinct pattern of eight language learning steps. Or, as is more often the case - eight not language learning steps.
German seems to be very popular, these days. Whether it’s the obnoxious “How German sounds compared to other languages” meme (it should actually be called: How German sounds when you are shouting) or the raving popularity of the Nein...
The number of people learning German as a foreign language has grown for the first time in 15 years, according to Germany's foreign office. The language is becoming increasingly popular in China and Brazil.
Germany has always been home to innovation. You probably know that both the printing press (Johannes Gutenberg, 1436) and Kindergarten (Friedrich Fröbel, 1830s) were invented here or could guess that it was the originating country for the Fahrenheit system of temperature measurement (Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit, 1724) and the Bratwurst (first documented 1313). But did you know that these ten ideas came out of Germany as well?
Known in German as Abkürzungen (abbreviations), these words are used to squash long, wordy phrases or names into a bite-size, manageable chunks, by combining the first syllable of each word. This is so common in German that they often exist as words in their own right, without people realizing that they are actually abbreviations.
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