Happy Earth Day! Hopefully you've stopped for a moment and thought on how to be more umweltfreundlich in your daily life. Here you will find some environment terms in German to spur you on linguistically as well.
Learn expressions, definitions and how to conjugate the German verb fallen.
Of course these German expressions don't have anything to do with Easter, but they all mention either rabbits, hares or eggs. And there are many of them! Skim through these expressions and learn a few that you could easily slide into your conversation:
How do you celebrate Easter? In Germany you'll will find a variety of customs depending on the region. Check out our articles related to Easter:
How are you learning German? There are several ways to learn German and most people have a combination of ways that they learn. Please check off the primary way you are currently learning German.
If English is your first language, then halt as the definition of 'stop' or 'to halt' is easy to remember. However the word halt cannot be as commonly used the way 'stop' is. See substitutes for halt that would be more appropriate in different contexts or situations.
This German expression is commonly mistaken as an expression about hares. See the true meaning and origin of this German expression.
Click to learn all about the German verb arbeiten, complete with expressions.
Test your knowledge of essential German words to know when travelling in Germany with this quiz.
From Schumann to Udo Lindenberg, Germany is rich in its musical heritage and culture. Check out some of the music-related articles on this site: