I wish I thought of this.
Why not move to Germany?
I’ve received a few emails and comments recently about tips to make a move to Germany easier.
I think what many situations like this show, is not how the speaker mispronouncing the words is unable to speak properly in the target language, but rather how the listener is unable to understand and thus shows their lack of international exposure.
This is officially the last Christmas my husband and I will spend alone – well, not really alone, but as a pair.
I asked my husband to pick up my prescription (das Rezept) from the Apotheke (pharmacy/chemist) as he himself had to go to the doctor (das Ärtze) today. This is what he brought home. In other news, I am having an international baby, which has been preoccupying my time (along with a ton of work) asContinue reading “Lost in Translation…”
Living in Germany sometimes feels absolutely no different from living in the United States with the day to day tasks and interactions.
As it has been established time and again in numerous posts and places on my blog, I live in Europe – Germany in fact.