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(TOOL) 7 Great Places to Find Free Literary Works (Thanks @medkh9 for great resources )

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(EN) List of German expressions in English - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

List of German expressions in English - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

As languages, English and German descend from the common ancestor language West Germanic and further back to Proto-Germanic; because of this, some English words are essentially identical to their German lexical counterparts, either in spelling ( Hand, Sand, Finger) or pronunciation ( fish = Fisch, mouse = Maus), or both ( Arm, Ring); these are excluded from this list.


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Gust MEES's curator insight, October 11, 2014 10:21 AM

As languages, English and German descend from the common ancestor language West Germanic and further back to Proto-Germanic; because of this, some English words are essentially identical to their German lexical counterparts, either in spelling ( Hand, Sand, Finger) or pronunciation ( fish = Fisch, mouse = Maus), or both ( Arm, Ring); these are excluded from this list.