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Crochet terms in US, UK, German and Danish

Well, this just opened up a whole world of patterns I can access now! No more restricting myself to English and Japanese patterns! :D

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GERMAN is widely spoken around the World - especially in the EU. It is a largely PHONETIC Language that has EVOLVED over the years. What is WRITTEN is usually what is SPOKEN -- thus making the Language a JOY to LEARN. If you need a FUN and EASY-to-FOLLOW

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A bookmark to help you with German personal pronouns. http://angelikasgerman.co.uk/help-i-dont-know-when-to-use-mir-or-mich/

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Find out what the basic German question words are, get translations, examples on how to use them correctly and a tipp on how to overcome mixups

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Old German Honey Cookies | “I got this recipe from my grandmother who got it from her grandmother. She had to translate it and then figure out measurements. The original recipe called for "enough flour to make a dough". Thankfully grandma knew what kind of dough.”

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"can you not" is actually kinda impossible to translate word by word since "Kannst du nicht?" makes completely no sense in Germany

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Nice try, German…

I never want to let you go in German is ich möchte / werde dich niemals gehen Lassen and I wanna hug you is ich möchte dich umarmen Hug=umarmen °♥°

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Fernweh is one of my favorite German words and there is no English translation for it. It is basically when you feel like you have to leave your familiar surroundings to discover new places. It is the need for distance, the wish to experience something far away from home, the urge to escape from your everyday life by travelling

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