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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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Watching movies in your target language is a great way to learn new vocabulary and grammar naturally and have fun while doing that. Don’t go too heavy, though! Pick something with a less complicated plot.

Action movies are a great choice! In our article, you will learn how to say “attack” in German. While it is an essential word in the most action-packed flicks, you will see that knowing how to translate it comes in handy in various everyday situations as well.

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Remembering to appreciate the beauty in the little things in our life helps us not to get too preoccupied with our daily routines. Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “Never miss an opportunity of noticing anything of beauty.”

Learn how to say beautiful in German so you can talk about what you find beautiful in the German language. Being positive will help you live a happier life! Moreover, when you praise someone, you can make their day, which, in turn, will put a smile on your face. That's a win-win!

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Are you maybe feeling overwhelmed by German grammar? Or are you just plain tired? Sometimes, stopping for a moment and taking a break to recuperate works wonders.

In today’s article, we will teach you various ways to say stop in German. Aufhören, anhalten, aufhalten? You name it, we will explain it. All you have to do is to stop for a minute and read our guide!

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