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There are some rules of thumb to bear in mind if you are trying to find appropriate ways to mark Valentine’s with your shiny new love interest.the bull by the horns and booking a romantic outing. No expensive gifts: Jewellery, a dozen roses, perfumes/colognes, thoughtful cufflinks are all far too much for a fledgling romance.We have to live up to our reputation of being precise and punctual because these words stand next to “German” in the dictionary!Consider yourself lucky if your girl speaks “Hochdeutsch” because if she has a dialect, she’d be harder to understand in English most likely and harder to understand in German as well.German girls are very progressive and independent, get their own apartment, car, and whatever else they need.Still staying at your parents’ house as an adult is not very common, most of us move out as soon as we can.Her parents and grandparents will probably speak one of the 250 dialects that exist in Germany, of which some of them, like Bavarian or Saxon, definitely sound like a different language.So good luck learning German and another dialect that’s supposed to be German.
Croissants, rolls or bread with cheese and sausage, jam or Nutella for breakfast, bread as a side for lunch or in the form of dumplings, and bread with sausage or cheese for dinner will become the norm for you.The 14th of February is the proverbial dating hot potato – anyone on the cusp of a burgeoning relationship wants to avoid it lest they should seem prematurely keen by looking to mark it or insultingly aloof by refusing to mark it at all.There are so many sub-levels when it comes to defining the status of a relationship depending on how many dates you have been on together, is one half a little keener than the other, are both parties looking for the same outcome – relationship/casual fling etc? Generally, it’s easy enough to tell after four or five dates if you are both on the same page.That’s why all of us are determined to look you into your eyes when we toast and thus don’t have bad sex. Because beer and wine are legal to drink by the age of 16, and hard liquor at 18, Germans learn how to drink early and a lot.
They consume the most beer after the Czechs and Chinese.
30-40 hours of driving alongside a teacher and 12 classroom lessons where we learn about tire pressure, displacement and what not.