A Tiny German Word Meaning EVERYTHING and NOTHING

Hey rabbits! In today’s episode I want to tell you about a tiny two letter word in German that means nothing and everything at the same time. If you can’t follow, don’t worry. I’ll explain everything in the video. 😉 It’s a word that native speakers use naturally and without thinking much in many different contexts. But for non-German its use and effect must be terribly confusing and puzzling. That’s why I want to enlighten you today. Ready to learn about the Swiss Army Knife of the German language, a tiny word that means EVERYTHING, but still cannot be translated directly? Then enjoy this video and tell me what you think! 🙂 ***** SUPPORT ME on patreon: https:// ***** SUBSCRIBE? FACEBOOK https:

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