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Moms are one of the most special gifts you can receive. Your mom is always there when you need her and loves you unconditionally. In today’s article, you will learn how to say mom in the German language.

Like in English, you can choose from many possible translations depending on how much affection you want to show. Did you know that die Mutter means mother but also a nut? You will learn all that and more in our article!

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Learning German will not take nearly as long as you think. If you want to learn German but don't have the time to invest in long or intensive courses, we have good news for you.


You only need to know the top 1000 German words, to understand 85% of all German used in daily life.


Why should you learn the most common German words?


Learning German can be one of the most challenging languages to perfect. It takes time to:


1) learn the vocabulary


2) understand how German grammar works


3) get fluent


Then you have to put these two together so you can speak, write, listen, and read. Finally, keep practicing, so you reach a certain level of fluency.


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Stay is one of the most common words in English. So, it comes as no surprise that it has many possible translations into other languages. In today’s article, we will look into various ways to say stay in German.

Interestingly, a lot of dog owners who don’t speak a word of German use this language to train their dogs in. One of the most common commands is Bleib! which means "Stay!" in English.

You don't have to own a dog, though, to find learning how to say stay in German helpful. Think of phrases, such as "stay safe" or "stay in touch." These will come in handy in your everyday conversation!

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German cats are respected members of their society. You will find a cat in every fifth German household. Learning how to say cat in German together with various related phrases and expressions will provide you with a great small-talk topic.

Moreover, we will teach you several idioms that are an important part of the German language. And where would the fun be without a couple of compound words, such as Katzenkratzer? You will find all that and more in our article!

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How Germans call themselves, their own language, and country is quite different from what the rest of the world calls them. German, Allemand, Tedesco, or Niemiecky? There are quite a few names for German in various languages. However, none of them is similar to Deutsch or Deutschland.

In today’s article, you will learn how to translate German into the German language. But is it Deutsch, Deutsche, or even Deutscher? Don't worry we will cover all the tricky parts as well. So, Sprechen Sie Deutsch?

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