German Language & Culture

The German language, mainly spoken in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, is one of the older Germanic languages. It is spoken by approximately 95 million native speakers and about 83 million language learners. Due to its roots, it is a highly inflected language, which makes it difficult to learn and understand. Once it is acquired and learned, the German language enables language learners to understand other Germanic languages as well.

The following lists will provide insight into the German language and its cultural conditions. Germany is widely known for its sportsmen, technical achievements, history and food, but there are also other facts that you might be interested in while learning this language.

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