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Valentine’s Day: It goes about the sausage by Patricia Hinsen-Rind the CEO of Englisch nach Maß GmbH.
How sausage flavors the German language?
In this learn English through cultural differences section, we will talk about how sausage flavors the German language?
Germans not only like to eat sausage (Wurst), they also use it in many expressions. Here are the top 15 delicious German expressions to give you sausage for thought
- It doesn’t matter to me.
- You were lucky and survived by the skin of your teeth
- To get special treatment.
- Burst with anger and indignation
- It’s now or never.
- Something is very important
- Everything has an end, only the sausage has two.
- It’s all the same to me.
- To downgrade or give up an advantage.
- You’re a bit of a prima donna
- To act all offended.
- Everything has one end only a sausage has two
- You poor thing.
- Feel sorry for someone
- Unwanted opinion.
Learn English, Valentine’s Day: It goes about the sausage, Cultural Differences
In this interesting learn English through cultural differences video, Patricia Hinsen-Rind CEO of Englisch nach Maß GmbH will talk about how sausage flavors the German language.
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“Welcome to the English class in for ten.
Today we’ll be talking about Valentine’s day Valentine’s day it goes about the sausage.
It goes about sausage has nothing to do with sausage.
It’s a German expression that means that something is really.
Really really really.
In English we say for example it’s all.
So big issue on Valentine’s day.
And I’ve got some interesting probably frightening statistics for you did you know that fifty-three percent of U. S. American women would break up with their partners if they didn’t get them a gift on Valentine’s day.
Another step this one’s kind of.
Between twelve and twenty.
As American women send them soft flowers.
So embarrassing culturally not getting.
We are a little different sixty-two percent.
Want a present but sixty-six percent find the day I normally.
You don’t like it.
So what do you think about Valentine’s day?
Let us know love to hear your comments in this video.
See you next time back.
Why is Germany famous for sausages?
In this learn English through cultural differences section, we will talk about Why is Germany famous for sausages?
According to the Bauhausblog article “From Ancient Greece to Germany: The History of Sausage“.
“Sausage may have its roots in ancient Greece, but it has certainly developed strong associations with German culture. According to historian Alan Davidson, the best-cured sausage comes from colder mountainous regions, like Germany, where not only was a food more available during cooler months, but the dry winds from the North aided in the curing process. The now famous term “bratwurst” derived from the Old High German words brät (“finely chopped meat”) and wurst (“sausage”), the latter likely stemming from the earlier wirren (“mixture”).”
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