You’ve practiced these words before.
A German friend once told me he rode the Ubahn (subway) in Hamburg at the same time every day with a lot of the same people. He saw those same people every day for 4 years and not once did any of them ever acknowledge one another.
When I think of great things common to Germany, I immediately think of the Christmas markets.
All things peanut butter. Because let’s be honest – sometimes Nutella just doesn’t cut it.
If you call a person who speaks 2 languages “bilingual” and a person who speaks 3 languages “trilingual,” what do you call a person who only speaks 1 language? An American.