and welcome to our German word of the Day. And today, we’ll take a look at one of the most defining words for German culture and society:
Nah, kidding. That’s the least defining word, of course. The word we will talk about today is the perfect word for January, when all your resolutions of working hard and blah blah are still on. Because today, we’ll take a look at
And I’m pretty sure most of you know what it means, but what you probably don’t know is the crazy family relations it has. So are you ready for some insights and some vocabulary? Then let’s get to work.
and welcome to 2022, the best year for learning German, because it is NOW :)!
Whether you’re advanced and you’re just refining your skills, or you’re a beginner making your first steps, or you’re hustling hard to pass an exam for university, or you’re relearning that old rusty German of yours. Or if you’re just learning it because you like the language… I wish you lots of fun with it and may you make lots of progress.
And I also wish you an even more terrific year outside of the German learning portion. And because it never hurts to have some guidance, we’ll just ask the universe to give us some hints in the epic, absolutely magical and 87% accurate German oracle :)
We’ve done this in the past few years also, and the oracle … erm… well, it totally failed to predict the whole ‘rona stuff. So the probability that it gets things right this year is INCREDIBLY high. I mean, you can’t fail multiple times in a row, right oracle? “Genau!”