In this second article of the series German Equivalents for a Dozen English idioms, you find twelve new English Idioms and their German translations in the infinitive. Also find a real-life example along with vocabulary for those idioms which do not translate literally.
Ser and estar are the two verbs for ‘to be’ in Portuguese. In this grammar article you find the use of ser and estar explained with examples and tips for learners of Brazilian Portuguese.
To better understand a language, you need to become familiar with the proverbs and saying of the culture. Here we’ll explore common English idioms and their German translations.
In this article about Portuguese grammar, we look at the definite article which naturally leads over to plural forms of nouns and adjectives. Here you find all you want to know about the definite article as well as the plural of substantives and adjectives including a lot of grammar examples.
Switzerland has a number of deviations from Standard German called Helvetisms. This article will give you an introduction of Swiss Standard German including examples of Helvetisms and explains the use of the German language in Switzerland.