and welcome to… well… I don’t actually really know how to call it. It’s something really silly, but also really cool. So… I was working on the article on relative pronouns that I wanted to post this week, when I suddenly ran into a problem. I could tell you the problem now, but hey, see for yourself…
and welcome to our German Word of the Day in 2019, the year that looks like eros in a mirror. Are you ready for a whole new year of crazy rules, overly precise words and gazillions of endings and endings with endings? Or in one word: are you ready for … German? Awesome! Then let’s hit of 2019 with a look at the meaning of
It looks quite similar to the English rest so if I told you that the two are actually not related, that would be kind of a surprise. But who cares about “kind of a surprise”? German learners are a a hard working, honest folk. They like their beers cold, their latte without milk and their surprises real. That’s how things are in this neck of the woods. And the real surprise is that rest is actually two words that are NOT related to each other. And rasten is related to only one of them. Intrigued yet? Purrrrfect. Then let’s jump right in….