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You can choose from several possible translations depending on the level of affection you want to show. You will also learn some really interesting idioms, such as “Ach, du dicker Vater!” which literally means “Oh, you fat father.” Read our article if you want to find out what it really means!
It not only appears in the German national flag (a tricolor consisting of black, red, and gold), but it is also part of various everyday expressions, such as schwarz auf weiß (= in cold print) or ins Schwarze treffen (= to hit home). You will learn all that and more in our article!
In today’s article, we will look into how to say down in German. Is it unten, unter, herunter, hinunter, or even nach unten? Or do you need a completely different word, such as abwärts? What about down in phrasal verbs? Don’t worry we won’t let you down. You will learn all that and more in our article!
The translation of one looks easy enough, but the endings can complicate things a bit. Is it eins, ein, eine, eines, einer, einem, or einen? We will explain the differences in our article and show you proper usage in various example sentences.