German Language

The Ten German Words of Christmas: Christkind

Take a look at the article “10 words that reveal Germany’s Christmas culture” that was published on the Deutsche Welle website on December 12, 2016, with this link: http://www.dw.com/en/words-you-need-to-understand-christmas-in-germany/a-36650001, Permalink:  http://dw.com/p/2TmL3 Christkind Follow Deutsche Welle on Twitter on @dw_culture and send them your favorite Christmas words.

The Ten German Words of Christmas: Krippenspiel

Take a look at the article “10 words that reveal Germany’s Christmas culture” that was published on the Deutsche Welle website on December 12, 2016, with this link: http://www.dw.com/en/words-you-need-to-understand-christmas-in-germany/a-36650001, Permalink:  http://dw.com/p/2TmL3 Krippenspiel Follow Deutsche Welle on Twitter on @dw_culture and send them your favorite Christmas words.

The Ten German Words of Christmas: Lametta

Take a look at the article “10 words that reveal Germany’s Christmas culture” that was published on the Deutsche Welle website on December 12, 2016, with this link: http://www.dw.com/en/words-you-need-to-understand-christmas-in-germany/a-36650001, Permalink:  http://dw.com/p/2TmL3 Lametta Follow Deutsche Welle on Twitter on @dw_culture and send them your favorite Christmas words.

The Ten German Words of Christmas: Plätzchen

Take a look at the article “10 words that reveal Germany’s Christmas culture” that was published on the Deutsche Welle website on December 12, 2016, with this link: http://www.dw.com/en/words-you-need-to-understand-christmas-in-germany/a-36650001, Permalink:  http://dw.com/p/2TmL3 Plätzchen Follow Deutsche Welle on Twitter on @dw_culture and send them your favorite ones.

The Ten German Words of Christmas: Vorfreude

Take a look at the article “10 words that reveal Germany’s Christmas culture” that was published on the Deutsche Welle website on December 12, 2016, with this link: http://www.dw.com/en/words-you-need-to-understand-christmas-in-germany/a-36650001, Permalink:  http://dw.com/p/2TmL3 Vorfreude Follow Deutsche Welle on Twitter on @dw_culture and send them your favorite Christmas words.

Let the Spirit Move You – Deutscher Pfingstgottesdienst

Let the Spirit move you in German and other languages!  Pastor Karin Liebster and Vicar Iris Schneider-Ungar of Christ the King Lutheran Church cordially invite you and your family to celebrate with them a German-language Pentecost service on May 15 at 4:00 p.m.  in the wonderfully renovated church (nave).  The […]

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German Institute for the Southwest the only Accredited Goethe Testing Center in Houston

The German Institute for the Southwest (GIS) is the only fully accredited Goethe-Institut Testing Center (Goethe Prüfungszentrum) in Houston, Texas. We provide qualified language classes to teenagers and adults on all levels – beginning, intermediate, and advanced – that lead to the highly-recognized Goethe exams from levels A1 to C2. […]

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German Tongue Twisters or “Zungenbrecher”

What is a tongue twister? tongue-twist·er noun noun: tongue-twister; plural noun: tongue-twisters 1. a sequence of words or sounds, typically of an alliterative kind, that are difficult to pronounce quickly and correctly, as, for example, “tie twine to three tree twigs.” Was ist ein Zungenbrecher? Zun¬gen¬bre¬cher, der Wortart: Substantiv, maskulin; […]

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