Here are the movies being shown in the original soundtrack in Trier and Koblenz region over the coming week. The soundtracks are English unless stated otherwise. Continue reading “English Movie Screenings in the Mosel Region”
After much digging on the internet, I discovered a reasonably useful booklet titled “Health Guide for persons with migration background in Rheinland-Pfalz”. I say “reasonably” as it was published in 2010, although the bulk of the information in it should still be valid. Continue reading “Health Guide for Immigrants”
I suspect many of you who drive to Germany for holidays or whatever are guilty of this. My best mate and his three sons came to visit from England and they brought over several months supply of Tetley tea bags, English bacon and Cheddar cheese.
As you can see, rather than taking the truck back empty they took advantage of the cheap booze here. No Riesling made it onto the truck – we polished the whole lot off at the weekend…
This YouTube video gives a great explanation as to why English is considered to be a Germanic language, even though to most people it has more in common with French.
Many German words can be a bit of a mouthful for foreigners to pronounce. Happily, we can take comfort from the fact that there are some English words that the Germans find challenging, as you will see in this video.