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What is case Akkusativ in German

Today’s grammar material is dedicated to the Akkusativ case. What is it? There are sentences in which there is a subject — the one who performs the action and the object — the one on whom the action is performed. Example: “I (the subject who does the action) buy (the action) the hat (the object…

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How multilingualism works in Switzerland

We know that in Switzerland they speak different languages. Four languages ​​are officially fixed: German (with informal communication, the Swiss version of the German language is used; 63.7%), French (also Swiss Swiss; 20.4%), Italian (6.5%) and Romansh (0.5%) . But how does this multilingualism work in practice? What language is the constitution written in? In…

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German bureaucracy

The Germans love to spend paper on all sorts of forms, questionnaires and photocopies. Any foreigner will have to prepare for the fact that any movements will be accompanied by a huge amount of paperwork: from extending a visa to buying a SIM card. How to rent an apartment in Germany To officially rent an…

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