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German Language Facts
“Where is German spoken?
German is among the most widely spoken language in the European Union and is the official language in Germany, Austria and Liechtenstein. It’s also one of the official languages of Switzerland and Luxembourg.
There are other German-speaking communities scattered around Europe, such as in the Province of Bolzano-Bozen in Northern Italy and the Eastern part of Belgium, as well as communities in Eastern Europe, North and South America.
Know any famous German jokes?
Mastering the subtleties of irony is still work in progress, but, just like other countries, Germans like to make jokes about older people, blondes and politics and they have a special fondness for jokes about civil servants.
Warum dürfen Pausen in Ämtern nie länger als 60 Minuten dauern?
Damit man die Beamten nicht jedes Mal neu anlernen muss.
Why are civil servants not allowed to take one hour breaks?
Because there’s not enough time to train them again and again.
Was ist das ideale Geschenk für’s Beamtenbüro?
What is the ideal present for a civil servants’ office?
A motion detector.
If I learn German, will it help me with any other languages?
The closest relative of German is Dutch and, believe it or not, English. German sits within the West Germanic arm of the Indo-European language family, together with English, Dutch and Flemish, Frisian, Yiddish, Afrikaans and Luxembourgish. There are certain similarities regarding grammar, syntax and vocabulary with Norwegian, Swedish, Danish and Icelandic which, together with Faroese, are among the North Germanic languages. If you’re keen on an East Germanic language, you can always give Gothic or Vandalic a go, although they became extinct a long time ago.
German is widely known as the language of the Dichter und Denker,writers and thinkers. One of the greatest is Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832). His drama Faust I (1808) is considered his greatest work and a national treasure, as well as the source of many quotations still present in everyday German.
The phrase des Pudels Kern, lit. the core of the poodle, is often used for expressing a deeper meaning. Named after the character Gretchen in Faust, die Gretchenfrage, lit. the Gretchen question, aims at your heart and soul, often triggering a confession or a difficult decision.
From a more recent source by another famous German writer,
Bertolt Brecht (1898-1956), comes the ultimate insight into human nature:
Erst kommt das Fressen, dann kommt die Moral.
Food comes first, then morals.
Die Dreigroschenoper, the Threepenny Opera, 1928
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