Learn German with the transatlantic diablog – Cut Out Cards of colloquial words! [Part 1]

Welcome to our new series. It’s the start of a dictionary of Cut Out Cards (Of course: print before you cut!). Each Card with another obscure but useful word for a trip to Germany. Or Austria, Switzerland, or to someone else who speaks German.

We give you some ideas on how to pronounce the bloody word. When to use it. And when not. And some nice sentences you could create with it. Let’s start with something to express a feeling

Our first Cut Out Card after the jump/below…

(Click on the Cut Out Card for a larger and printer-friendly version)

More Cut Out Cards to follow.

Have a word we should make a card of? Tell us below. Other related stories there, too, please…

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