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German Language

German Culture Germany has been remarkably called Das Land der Dichter und Denker (the land of poets and thinkers). The diverse culture of Germany has been molded by the major intellectual and popular currents in Europe, both religious and secular. This report is divided into several aspects of German Culture which are as follows. Language German is the official and predominant spoken language in Germany. Minority languages constitute Sorbian, Danish, Romany and Frisian. The immigrant languages...

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Similarities between German and British People

Both went through immigration waves of Celts then Romans then Germanic tribes. Both languages come from the same old germanic roots. Both went through similar developments as far as fedualism, reformation, industrialisation etc... Both have a history of being smaller countries joining together to form larger ones, all through from the beginning to now. The dark ages anglo saxon kingdoms mercia, the anglias, umbrias, sexs etc all fought together and eventually formed england at roughly the same...

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German & Swiss Culture

mountains, but they use a lot of waterpower, and the country itself has a lot of lakes and rivers. Its diverse landscape and climate makes it really beautiful. The people of Switzerland are also quite diverse; they have four official languages and the population is German, French, Italian, Romansch, you name it! I think, with such variety of both culture and landscape, your trip should be really interesting. There are a lot of things America and Switzerland have in common. Take holidays; we celebrate...

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The German-Great Britain Trade Rivalry in Comparison to the U.S.- Japa

The German-Great Britain Trade Rivalry in Comparison to the U.S.- Japan Trade Rivalry The German-Great Britain trade rivalry like the U.S.-Japan trade rivalry involved a rising power cutting into the trade of an already dominant trading power. There were several causes of the German-Great Britain trade rivalry according to Hoffman. The first was German's industry's zeal in procuring new contracts and expanding markets. They did this by fulfilling contracts even if they were very small and...

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German Language and Question

strange stillness that was the characteristic of a school on a “Sunday morning.” Question 3: What had been put up on the bulletin-board? Answer : The bulletin-board notified the general public about an order from Berlin. It stated that only German was to be taught to students in the schools of Alsace and Lorraine. Question 1: What changes did the order from Berlin cause in school that day? Answer : The order from Berlin brought all the routine hustle-bustle of the school life to a stand-still...

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Is English an Universal Language?

English is one of the most widely used languages in today's world and has a great impact on a successful career. Due to rapid modernization and westernization, the popularity of the English language has increased. It is internationally used and globally accepted. “English is being recreated every minute of every day, in billions of conversations in every country on earth; in countless books, films, television and radio programs, on the internet—recreated organically: that is, in ways that grow out...

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Lesson Plan in Language

A Detailed Lesson Plan in Language Grade 1 I. Objectives At the end of 30-minute period, the pupils should be able to: 1. identify compound words; 2. give compound words. II. Subject Matter A. Topic: Compound Words B. Concept: Compound words are two or more words combined to make a new word. C. Materials: flash cards, pictures D. Reference: ❖ Heilman, Arthur W. A Proper Perspective of Phonics. pp.122-127 III. Learning...

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Assignment 2: Language Related Tasks

Assignment 2: Language related tasks. Lexis 1 We can put off sleeping for a limilted period. Meaning To decide or arrange to delay an event or activity until a later date or time * Concept questions: Do we want to do this now? No Will we delay this until a later time? Yes Will we complete it at some point in the future? Yes Other examples: A businessman who puts off a meeting or an important decision, students who put off doing their assignments, an engaged couple who puts...

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Turkish people and diabetes

word of mouth. The research stated that in this way they took a more random sample. The final number from 294 possible candidates, 108 participants were part of the program. The interviews were managed by well-trained interviewers that spoke both German and Turkish fluently (Makowski, Anna Christin and Christopher Kofahl 2014). As stated before, the research took the sample and compared it to the doctoral thesis research by Barbara Ruβ-Thiel (Makowski, Anna Christin and Christopher Kofahl 2014)...

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My Dream House

subject matter of our course is. Now our task is to find out who the first people who spoke Germanic languages were. These were ancient Germans – tall warlike blonds who spread all over Europe. After learning the second lecture you will be able to answer the following questions: - Where did ancient Germans live? - How did they live? - What were the main historic events in their life? - What languages did they speak? Tribe, dialect, migration, invasion 1. The first testimonies on Germanic...

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