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and Happy Halloween! 😈
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Frohe Weihnachten! - Merry Christmas!
Herzlichen Glückwunsch! - Congratulations!
Prost! - Cheers!
Viel Erfolg - All the best
Wie spät ist es? - What time is it?
Thank you for your feedback.
You are right in that the literal translation is "good day".👍
And if you say "Guten Tag" to anyone after around 10 a.m.,
they will not be surprised.
But strictly speaking does the morning last till 12:00 o'clock, and
to make it easier for our learners to distiguish the various greetings,
we suggest it this way. It is not written in stone though. Germany can be
quite diverse in some ways. 😉
If you have any further questions, please let us know.
isn't guten tag mean good day
Danke schön for your feedback!
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Mit freundlichen Grüßen,
Oten I find it difficult to find the correct path to proceed because there si too much information on the screen.
Thank you for you kind words!😉
Glad you like the lesson.
😉 Sehr schön
Thank you for your suggestions!👍
I will forward your message to our team. Maybe we could come up
with a lesson focussing on people just getting off a plane?
Meanwhile, have a look at our great search function at the top of the page
(magnifying glass). You can enter individual words, phrases or even whole sentences
and it will give you a list of lessons that covered issues related to your search. For instance,
I just entered part of one of your sentences below, "How do I get to...".
One of the lessons that came up was:
I hope this helps.
Maybe a key phrase "questions" list would be helpful? (and then some possible type of answer?)
As for me, being a relative beginner at learning German, I have many questions and these do not just relate to the language learning but for when you meet German speaking people.... ie
Where is the nearest restaurant?
How do I get to Berlin from here?
Who is that singer?
How long have you been living here?
So, where did you meet?
Which football team do you support?
What is showing currently at the movies?