The question many people have when they move to Germany is “Can I live in Germany without speaking German?” So do you actually need a German language to be able to live in this country or you will be just fine with English? In this video, you will know how is it to live in a German-speaking country like Germany with no German. – check out my website where you find lots of helpful information about life in Germany and Austria.

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I am Anna – an explorer, traveler, and global citizen who originated in Mother Russia.
The last 5 years I have spent in Germany, Greece, Austria, and India working, studying, or volunteering. Currently, I am pursuing my big goal – a bachelor in International Business in Austria.
On this platform, I am helping people from around the world move to Germany and Austria to work, study, or start a business.


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  1. Ich hasse es wirklich, wenn Menschen meinen, sie könnten nach Deutschland kommen, dauerhaft bleiben und brauchen kein Deutsch zu lernen.
    Unsere Sprache gehört nun mal zu unserer Kultur. Wenn man als Tourist durch Russland reist, wollen die Russen auch nicht ständig auf englisch angesprochen werden.
    Außerdem kommt man schneller und besser in Kontakt mit Einheimischen wenn man ein paar Worte Deutsch gelernt hat……..

    I really hate it when people think they could come to Germany, stay permanently and not need to learn German.
    Our language is part of our culture. When you travel through Russia as a tourist, the Russians don't want to be addressed in English all the time.
    You can also come into contact with the locals faster and better if you have learned a few words of German.

  2. Das Land heißt "Mecklenburg-Vorpommern"! Hier sind zwei ehemalige größere Bundesländer sind zu einem neuen kleinen Bundesland zusammen gefaßt worden, weil ein großer Teil von Pommern jetzt polnisch ist.
    Hallo Anna, Du sprichst diesmal zu schnell und angestrengt! Warum bist heute so nervös und aufgeregt? Hast Du Liebeskummer?
    Wo hast Du denn Deine sonst immer so wohltuende Ruhe samt bezaubernden Seelenfrieden gelassen! Auch mit Deinem Untertext stimmt heute etwas nicht!
    Doch keine Sorge – ich werde Dir weiterhin die Treue halten und grüße Dich in alter Freundschaft!

  3. That doesn't only apply to Germany, it doesn't matter which Country in the World you live in, you have to learn the language, not only because of the communication but also because of the respect for the Culture.

  4. I am not the greatest fan of short hair for young women, but the bob how you ware it today looks great on you. Classy, old fashioned, very young and innocent. Of course I would not want to reduce you on the looks only and what you talk – is einfach so. Punkt.

  5. Hallo Anna, ich weiß, das Weihnachten eigentlich erst am 7. Januar ist, aber ich kann ja zweimal schöne Weihnachten wünschen ;-). Gehöre nicht zu Deiner eigentlichen Zielgruppe, aber die Videos in denen Du die Kulturen vergleichst und auch den Indientripp fand ich gut und informativ. Ich wünsche Dir schöne, frohe Weihnachten, Gesundheit, bleib gesund und munter!
    Ein guter Rutsch ins neue Jahr!! Hoffe sehr, dass die Pandemie bald wieder vorbei ist und es wieder Bier und Feste in jeder Ecke gibt 😉 !!

  6. Due to the internet ( Youtube, Social Network etc. ) more of the younger generation are able to speak english much better than older generations. But Germany is not like Netherland or Scandinavian countries where it's much easier to live with with english. if you plan to live in Germany for at aleast a year, you have to be able to speak or understand some German.

  7. How do you call a plumber, you need a garage to fix your car outside Kassel…?You can survive-you won't die of hunger but you will be very isolated-the car radio telling you of a 20km Stau-and you can't understand so you drive straight into it…No-just learn the language-it's basic respect for a country you want to live in.

  8. I’ve been planning on visiting Germany for awhile now and have been saving up for a couple years. Speaking German is easy for me and easy to remember. Writing it correctly though, ich bin nicht so gut. Besides simple stuff like that haha.