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sdats Sep 13
⚽– to play soccer / football (unprofessionally) – the Swiss Germans borrowed their variant from English 'to shoot' -> t(schutten)  
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D Pohl 3h
nach Do you get these words? Wanno try? Sign up with us A1 dl-dc 19-20.30 dj 18-21 A2 dj 15-18 Conversa dv 8-10
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TEBMahani Sep 17
Well, finally I've finished my first German-learning podcast in Persian. I hope it'll be useful for my friends. It is about in .
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Peter R. Müller Sep 10
Ich bin: , , 49 Jahre , , , , , , , , , -Fahrer, , -Verkäufer. Gehöre ich verboten? (Mehrfachbeschimpfungen möglich)
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Michael iPinky7⚡️ Sep 11
For newbies: unimportance of market cap on cryptos: With 4 closed captions:
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Selina Games und so ... Sep 17
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The Guild Sep 17
Go cities💙🌏 Get lost in new cities, they tell a lot about people, why they are there, what they do, how the city became the center it is nowadays. Places have histories
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𝐞𝐥𝐢𝐬𝐚 🦋 Sep 13
Other girls call her boyfriend „babe“ or „mine“ or sth like that. I call mine „Ehrenmann“, is that weird?
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Andrina 5h
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Loredana.mira♥ Sep 17
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L. TBL Sep 16
Dear people... Would you completely denounce your German language to only speak and learn In English? I doubt it but please give us a few comments.
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Omni H. Sable🔜NFC2020 Sep 16
"Es ist eine Weile her, seit ich das gemacht habe." Is this phrase correct? As in "It's been a while since I did that"
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GermanEveryday.com Sep 17
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Prophet Caliph Messiah🇺🇳🇪🇺🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🌹 Sep 17
trying to be funny in 's Killer Joke Sketch :
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Vencart Chen Sep 13
Much more difficult learning Deutsch than English...😥
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CBS Ennistymon 18h
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Tsartist Sep 17
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lingoking Sep 17
Did you know that people in France, Italy, Denmark, Belgium or Hungary speak German?
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Spanish Pablo Sep 16
A gorgeous where today as heard as much as (with is the transversal for those of different languages & not only used by Brits, USAes & CADs of course)
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Enrique Benimeli Sep 15
This map shows the local German words for “casual chatting”. (vía )
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