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Grammatik_Übung&Wiederholung 2

Grammatik_Übung&Wiederholung 2

The Top 25 German Prepositions (with their respective cases)

The Top 25 German Prepositions (with their respective cases)

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Deutsche Redewendungen: sich mit jemandem in die Wolle kriegen

Deutsche Redewendungen: sich mit jemandem in die Wolle kriegen

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"Take something with a grain of salt" means "to not completely believe something…

"Take something with a grain of salt" means "to not completely believe something…

"Fly in the ointment" is someone or something that spoils a good situation. Example: The only fly in the ointment during our whole vacation was when our flight was delayed. #idiom

"Fly in the ointment" is someone or something that spoils a good situation. Example: The only fly in the ointment during our whole vacation was when our flight was delayed. #idiom

Idiom of the day: Kick the bucket. Meaning: To die. Example: Didn’t you hear? He kicked the bucket. Had a heart attack, I think. Origin: Possibly related to an old and outdated second meaning of the word “bucket”, which was a wooden frame on which an...

Idiom of the day: Kick the bucket. Meaning: To die. Example: Didn’t you hear? He kicked the bucket. Had a heart attack, I think. Origin: Possibly related to an old and outdated second meaning of the word “bucket”, which was a wooden frame on which an...

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