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Housing in Germany

Earlier we already frightened you with the horrors of the German bureaucracy, it’s time to tell how to cope with the rental of housing and begin to learn the language because without it it’s simply impossible Germany is the country with the smallest percentage of property owners, because housing is very expensive and half of…

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Writing a CV in German

We have already talked with you about how to write the ideal motivation letter for a job application. Recall that your application must consist of a motivation letter (das Bewerbungsschreiben), which is the most important, a resume (der Lebenslauf) and letters of recommendation (das Referenzschreiben). Today we are talking with you about the resume. For…

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Verbs Haben and Sein in German

Today we will talk about two verbs that are not as simple as one might think. The verbs “haben” (have) and “sein” (to be) Verbs are very important in German. These verbs are used much more often than in Russian, because, as said before, the German language does not tolerate understatement and every sentence must…

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The logic of the German language

There are stereotypes that German is not melodic, and grammar in terms of complexity can compete with Chinese. If the first is a matter of taste (we personally like it), then the second is a typical delusion. German in grammar is not more difficult than English, and for Russian-speaking people it’s even easier. There are…

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