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  1. Daigal
    08.01.2020
    Oct 20,  · More than million Germans, many of them highly educated, left Germany during the past decade. — Die Welt. Germany is facing a spike in migrant crime, including an epidemic of .

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  2. Mezigar
    07.01.2020
    I pissed off a German today. Such an occurrence is not uncommon. Whether it’s my barking dog, my driving skills, or how I maintain my yard, it seems that on a regular basis I am being told that I’m doing something mentmiddtupahoranlanatextkethouven.co a blog post from years ago (“There’s a dog in the pub!”), which detailed my first experience with the notoriously direct Germans, I told the story of being.

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  3. Mooguzuru
    14.01.2020
    Germans are not afraid to whip out the smoke machine on the dance floor. They are not ones to make small talk at the supermarket check-out. Or in general, really. In fact, Germans hate small talk. Words without purpose are wasted words. This is because Germans are generally extremely direct people. They do not see a need for conversational subtext.

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  4. Guhn
    07.01.2020
    I am a german student and the theme in history last semester was the founding of Germany. In the war against France, before students and poets started saying that we the Germans have to fight together against France (they wore black, red and gold which became the colors of the flag). This was the time when most people called themselves German.

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  5. Nikogore
    11.01.2020
    German pronunciation is the butt of many jokes. I understand why. German has hard sounds and long words with colliding consonants. For non-German speakers, listening to a German TV show or movie can sound like German people are constantly fighting with each other.. The bigger issue, however, is that many of these sounds that make up German don’t exist in other languages.

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  6. Fejin
    13.01.2020
    May 30,  · For Most Germans, Small Talk is a Waste of Time. So, if you get the impression that Germans are not willing to talk to you, it isn't a result of their grumpy mentmiddtupahoranlanatextkethouven.co fact, it comes more from another behavior often observed on Germans: They are said to be very direct and trying to be effective in what they are doing - that's why most of them don't think it is necessary to small talk as it.

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  7. Dout
    11.01.2020
    May 24,  · And more than one German ship came home with inch holes, at a time when there was not an active German warship mounting anything bigger than inch ( mm). I believe that it was this blow to morale that caused the mutiny of , which in turn led immediately to the outbreak of revolution and governmental collapse across Germany.

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  8. Vonos
    05.01.2020
    Mar 29,  · Some people use the-coconut-versus-the-peach metaphor to describe this difference (and not just for Germans and Americans). A coconut is tough on the outside, but soft with sweet milk inside. A peach is just the opposite: soft on the outside, with a tough pit in the center. Germans are coconuts, with a hard exterior that’s tough to crack.

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  9. Vuhn
    09.01.2020
    Their German has changed and is still changing, whereas our German-Russian language did not change all that much. To say that the German in Germany is better than our Dialects, would be about the dame as saying that the American English is better than the English in England.

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