Category Archive for: ‘Abbreviations’

Prepositions And Articles In German

Is it “in Zürich” or “im Zürich?”

Almost all German learners will get to a point where they question when does one use “in” and “im” in German. One of the biggest issues with these two words is that in and im sound so alike. Here’s the

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Clarifying German Abbreviations usw.

German learners very quickly become familiar with how long German words can get. One example of this is: Donaudampfschifffahrtskapitänswitwenversicherungspolicen-vermittlerprovisionsvorsteuerabzugsberechtigungsklausel For this reason German speakers love to use abbreviations (die Abkürzung), the above example’s abbreviation though would probably read like a


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