German Idioms Ich verstehe nur Bahnhof

27 Hilarious Everyday German Idioms and Expressions

Literally: I only understand “train station.” English Equivalent: It’s all Greek to me.

German Idioms Man soll den-Tag nicht vor dem Abend loben

27 Hilarious Everyday German Idioms and Expressions

German Personal pronouns (in Nomimnativ = used as subject, and Akkusativ and Dativ = used as objects

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wo compounds - good visual handout to go along with lesson and keep in binder. maybe use for partner activity:

German Idioms: die Kirche im Dorf lassen. Literally: to leave the church in the village. English Equivalent: to not get carried away.

27 Hilarious Everyday German Idioms and Expressions

German Idioms: die Kirche im Dorf lassen. Literally: to leave the church in the village. English Equivalent: to not get carried away.

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German Idioms: Wo sich Fuchs-und Hase gute Nacht sagen. Literally: Where fox and hare say goodnight to one another. English Equivalent: In the middle of nowhere or out in the sticks.

27 Hilarious Everyday German Idioms and Expressions

German Idioms: Wo sich Fuchs-und Hase gute Nacht sagen. Literally: Where fox and hare say goodnight to one another. English Equivalent: In the middle of nowhere or out in the sticks.

German Idioms Da liegt der Hund begraben

27 Hilarious Everyday German Idioms and Expressions

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