ENGLISH INTERNET SLANG Germans Don't Get

Hey rabbits! We all spend a lot of time online, which involves communicating with other people worldwide. For that purpose we often use acronyms, that help us shorten long words or phrases, for example when we write messages. But that can be a little tricky at times, as most of them are in English. I’m quite confident that I, even though I’m German, know what the most common English acronyms mean, but what about the less popular ones? Do Germans get English internet slang? Yes or no? I decided to challenge myself and you can see the result in today’s video! Have fun! ***** SUPPORT ME on patreon: https:// ***** SUBSCRIBE? FACEBOOK https:// TWITTER https://twitte

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GERMAN LESSON 51: Tagesablauf / Daily Routine in German !

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Deutsch lernen mit Dialogen / Lektion 52 / Nebensätze mit “dass” / gesunde Ernährung

Dieses Video ist Teil des Deutschlehrmittels Hallo A1.3 von der Hallo Deutschschule in Zürich / In dieser Lektion 52 lernst du die Nebensätze mit dem Konnektor “dass” (Verb am Ende) / Wortschatz Sport, Ernährung und Gesundheit / Aussprache Training / Hören und Nachsprechen / Deutsch als Fremdsprache / Abonniere unseren Kanal! / Mehr als 200 Videos um Deutsch zu lernen / Was findest du wichtig? Schreib in die Kommentare! Ich finde wichtig, dass… This video is part of the German teaching material Hallo A1.3 from the Hallo Deutschschule in Zürich / In this lesson 52 you will learn the subordinate clauses with the connector “that” (verb at the end) / vocabulary sport, nutrition and health / pronunciation training / listening and repeating / German as a foreign language / subscribe to

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Learn German Words: Der Tag – Day (with example sentence)

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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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American Psycho: BOOK vs MOVIE Review | Get Germanized Book Club | Episode 02

Patrick Bateman is THE American Psycho. In this episode of the Get Germanized Book Club I’m reviewing “American Psycho” by Bret Easton Ellis the book and the movie directed by Mary Harron and compare them to each other! Enjoy! Sign up for the Get Germanized newsletter: —————————————-­- â-º SUBSCRIBE: â-º BECOME A YT SPONSOR: â-º MY VLOG CHANNEL: â-º MY GAMING CHANNEL: â-º TWITCH CHANNEL: https:// â-º GERMAN AUDIO BOOKS VIA AUDIBLE: â-º Join the Get Germanized Discord Server: —————————————-­- SOCIAL NETWORKS ————————

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Ne, Gell, Wa?! – GERMAN TAG QUESTIONS and How To Use Them

Hey rabbits! Today I want to tell you about 15 German tag questions. Tag questions or question tags are words or phrases that you put at the end of a sentence if you are not sure if what you said is true. sometimes you also do so to be polite, to encourage somebody to join a conversation or to timply catch attention. For example in the sentence “You are Mary, right?” the word ‘right’ is a question tag. But which ones are there in German, why do Germans use different question tags depending on where they come from and in which context do you use them? Answers to these questions and more in today’s video! Sounds like an interesting idea, right? You want to know more now, don’t you? Well, then have fun! ***** SUPPORT ME on patreon: https:// ***** SUBSCRI

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1st Day at a New School – Learn German for Beginners A1/A2 #29 – Deutsch lernen

NEWEST VIDEO: German Job Interview Questions & Answers – Learn Intermediate German for B1/B2 #43 – Deutsch lernen https:// –~– Levi is a new student in a new school. Today is his first day of classes. He isn’t quite sure what to do, so he gets a little help from the student that sits next to him in German class. Let’s just hope it doesn’t get him into trouble with the teacher. Subscribe to learn German with new videos each week: Support “Learn German with Herr Antrim” on Patreon: Get German books, resources, and more here: Learn more German via Herr Antrim’s blog: The videos in the “Learn German for Beginners A1/A2” series are designed for people jus

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Reflexive Verbs & Pronouns – Learn German for Beginners A1/A2 #20 – Deutsch lernen

Learn about the German reflexive verbs and reflexive pronouns while seeing them in action with this skit that is filled with example sentences with all forms of the reflexive pronouns and verbs in German. In this video Herr Antrim goes through his morning routine including: brushing his teeth (sich die Zähne putzen), washing his face (sich das Gesicht waschen) and much more. Subscribe to learn German with new videos each week: Support “Learn German with Herr Antrim” on Patreon: Get German books, resources, and more here: Learn more German via Herr Antrim’s blog: The videos in the “Learn German for Beginners A1/A2” series are designed for people just starting out in their quest to learn

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40 MOST COMMON PHRASES IN GERMAN LANGUAGE

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