All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘High German vs. Swiss German’

Schmecken In German

Die fünf Sinne Teil 5 Schmecken – Tasting in German

Once you’ve smelled a delicious wine, a Riesling or a Pinot perhaps, you can’t wait to taste it. Schmecken is the sense of taste. As we learned above the Swiss-German word for riechen is schmöcke and that same word is

Riechen

Die fünf Sinne Teil 4 Riechen – Smelling in German

Riechen is an interesting verb and sense. Most of our taste (Geschmackssinn) comes from our ability to smell (riechen). That’s why wine enthusiasts spend so much time smelling wine. The verb is not terribly complicated until you move to Switzerland,

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Possessivartikel im substantivischen Gebrauch — Mine & Yours in German

One of the most viewed posts on this blog is the one about possessive adjectives in German (my = mein, your = dein, his = sein, her = ihr …). What makes these a little confusing for many people learning

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