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... Word of the Day An regular (but not necessarily daily) series explaining some everyday German ...
... Bleifuß - "lead foot" (that's "lead" in the sense of the heavy, poisonous metal) sounds ...
... You'll meet this word a lot when using public transport: Kurzstrecke literally means "short ...
... They're the bane of every driver suffering from Bleifuß : speed traps. In Berlin these ...
... words, and they're celebrating 100 days in office today: " Rot-Rot " ( red-red ) refers ...
... wording, Flea Markets are no longer allowed to open on public holidays . This is particularly stupid because those days ...
... Day, so don't rush out to buy a sledge just yet. Talking of winter , it seems we have a new annual event: disagreement between Russian gas supplier Gazprom and at least one former Soviet ...
... word of warning: the Easter Bunny's out and about, which in Germany means a big weekend of public holidays : Friday (April 6), Sunday (April 8) and Monday (April 9) are gesetzliche Feiertage (official holidays ...
... days footballs filled with concrete and chained together in pairs have been turning up in various parts of Berlin. Sometimes they've been accompanied by the invitation "can u kick it?", which ...
... word you want to see or hear too often. It literally means "track replacement traffic", i.e. replacement buses running instead of the normal S-Bahn , U-Bahn or Tram services. Usually Schienenersatzverkehr operates when part ...