The Most Difficult German Words | Get Germanized


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The Most Difficult German Words | Get Germanized



Most German words are pretty difficult already but this time I’ll show you some of the most difficult ones out there! Be warned though, they might be different from what you expect!

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  1. "das" and "dass" Both really exist, are commonly used together but many people get that wrong. Same thing with "wieder" and "wider". Many people make mistakes there.

  2. I've been studying German for about 3 years now and for me the only way i learned to write difficult words was to break them down into small parts like entschuldigung –> ent-schuldi-gung :DD

  3. I'm curious, at around 1:30, where did you learn to pronounce "h" as haych? It's a non-standard way of pronouncing the letter. I checked a few British language channels and what I've found is that they don't differ from American English. "H" is pronounced like aych.

  4. I wrote them down as I went. I did a lot better than I expected and I barely speak any German. aggressiv (easy, because in English it's pretty much the same), grölin (lucky guess), grabschen (how is that a "p"), tschüss (I think that's what I learned in class), asozial (already knew soziale for social and asocial is an English word that I'm familiar with so it made sense), abonenten (that's a hard one :P)

  5. Serious question. Can someone explain the words for hard, tight, firm???? I'm hearing the same definitions with the words hard, fest, and there's another but I can't remember…..

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