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“WERDEN”, “WURDEN”, “WORDEN” OR “WÜRDEN”?

It is widespread for German students to get confused by the four German verbs “werden”, “wurden”, “worden” and “würden” repeatedly. This article clarifies their meaning and usage. What is the

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Articles in German: still a pain in the a***?

There is a good saying: one never learns German. It’s like an apartment renovation: you never finish it, you adjourn it! With all of the good intentions, one area of

Integration courses: one step closer to Germany

Although I am not a German, I can proudly say that one of the strongest sides of German government is that they care about people living here. And when I

A cup of tea or a coke? British English vs American English

Do you like biscuits or cookies? Do you wear trousers or pants? The English language exists in the form of its varieties. When people in other languages learn different synonyms