GERMAN is widely spoken around the World - especially in the EU. It is a largely PHONETIC Language that has EVOLVED over the years. What is WRITTEN is usually what is SPOKEN -- thus making the Language a JOY to LEARN. If you need a FUN and EASY-to-FOLLOW course to get the CONFIDENCE to SPEAK German, this is an excellent choice in that it TAILORS the course to the NEEDS of the Learner in a way that works for them. MORE at: http://sd4shila.creativesolutionstore.com/inter-links.html
The foreign terms that can't be translated to English
In Indonesia, people are Jayus if they laugh at a joke that is so unfunny and poor that one cannot help but laugh and in Italy people use coasters to ensure they don't leave a Culaccino on the coffee table - a wet ring where the glass has been
But once you learn another language, your joke potential doubles.
A song i often listened to when i wrote my "book"..there is also a quote by Tolstoy which means a lot to me and i read in German but couldn't find in English (my own translation now): "Search in your sufferings the meaning they have for your spiritual thriving and prosperity, then the bitterness of your sufferings is forgotten"
Free knitting pattern for Toy Hideaway Hanging Bag - This adorable pattern is knit in garter stitch and folded around a stick or a branch. The pattern is in German but you can translate by opening the page in the Chrome browser, right clicking on the text on the page and selecting Translate to English. However, you can probably easily figure it out without translation.
Sofa Side TableThank you Google Translate for letting us read German blog Sinnen Rausch. This blog is full of light and fresh decorating ideas and tutorials including this minimal side table that makes lazy sofa dwelling that bit more chic.Time: Up to 2 hoursMaterials: 15mm spruce (300mm square)2 x 700mm strips of timber (or your sofa's height)4 x 300mm strips of timberSawWood glueSandpaper #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.stfi.re/diy-home-decor-projects#slide-6