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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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One thing must be said. Germans are not considered to be the most polite nation in the world. We also know that etiquette and manners vary in every cultural background, but learning polite words is one of the first things you do when taking up a new language.

It isn’t for no reason that words, such as please, thank you, and excuse me, are called “magical.” Of course, you can just look up their translation in a dictionary. However, where is the fun in that?

In today’s article, we will teach you how to say please in German and show you various uses and translations of related words and phrases. The right amount of politeness is the key!

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Dogs are a very important part of daily life in Germany. They provide balance to our hectic and career-focused lives. Some Germans are even said to get on with their dogs better than with their fellow citizens.

The German Shepherd counts as one of the most popular dog breeds around the world. Dogs appear in countless German idioms and sayings as well. We will teach you how to say dog in German together with many useful phrases to help you get one step closer to mastering this beautiful language.

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Most grandmothers are a wonderful combination of love and kindness. They are the best cooks as well. They would never give up on their grandchildren, and German Omas are no exception to this rule.

In today's article, we will teach you how to say grandma in German. If your own grandma doesn't come from Germany, it doesn't matter at all. It will come in handy when you meet the family of your German-speaking friends! 

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