God Save The Queen!!
For the fifth episode of our humble podcast we are joined by our UK guest Lily, who’s brought her unique singing voice and some grimey slang from across the North sea! We’ll be discussing:
- Where to visit in the UK according to a native,
- Stereotypes and the North-South divide,
- British music new and old (featuring an unexpected acapella duet),
- The demise of British politics,
- Traditional and urban slang.
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“Deutsche Sprache, schwere Sprache” read more
Many people think that German is the most complicated and difficult language to learn. Perhaps you’re one of them? That’s why today we’re going to give you a few reasons to see things differently.
So here’s some information that might help you change your mind.
Not many people know that German is the most widely spoken mother tongue in Europe! Indeed, it is used by nearly 100 million people. German is also the official language in several European countries such as Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland and even in the Italian region of South Tyrol. This could be very interesting for those who love to travel.
Do you want to travel to the Netherlands?
Do you want to travel somewhere and are looking for tips on where to go? Well, do you know what Holland is known for? You’ve guessed it! Tulips! In their own Tulip Festival, many and many tulips of all colors and forms, miles and miles of gardens filled with them.
Have you ever asked yourself what is the best time to see tulips in Amsterdam? Keep reading our blog to learn some tips on the Tulip Festival in the Netherlands and understand a bit more about Dutch traditions and the tulip culture of this country. read more