By André Klein

In this follow-up to “Ferien in Frankfurt”, Dino reveals himself in Cologne, the carnival capital of Germany and residential of the Cologne Cathedral. being affected by cheesy lodgings and an empty pockets, he stumbles over a gig which grants to be a stroll down effortless highway. yet prior to he is aware it, the carnival starts off and he’s confronted with an onslaught of bewildering customs, an under the influence of alcohol four-legged good friend and surprising downpours of candy.

Explore Cologne’s colourful carnival culture, find out about neighborhood points of interest and sounds, and increase your German without problems alongside the way!

This e-book is designed to assist rookies take the plunge from learning remoted phrases and words to interpreting (and having fun with) certainly flowing German texts.

Using simplified sentence buildings and a really easy vocabulary, this selection of brief tales is punctiliously crafted to permit even beginner rookies to understand and comprehend the intricacies of coherent German speech.

Each bankruptcy comes with an entire German-English dictionary, with a different emphasis on collocative words (high frequency observe combinations), brief sentences and expressions.

By operating with those “building blocks” rather than simply unmarried phrases, newbies can speed up their figuring out and energetic utilization of recent fabric and make the training approach extra fluid and fun.

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Es regnete Bonbons, Kaugummis und Lutscher. Es waren die Vampire! Sie warfen die Süßigkeiten von dem Wagen in die Menge. Ich öffnete meine Hände und fing ein paar Kaugummis. „Das sind Kamelle“, sagte Pedro. „Ach so“, sagte ich, und ein Hagel von Lutschern landete auf meinem Kopf. „Autsch! “ Kinder saßen auf den Schultern ihrer Eltern und schnappten die Kamelle aus der Luft. Neben mir stand ein Mann mit einem Regenschirm. Er hielt den Regenschirm umgekehrt über dem Kopf und sammelte die Süßigkeiten ohne großen Aufwand. Einige Leute sprangen in die Luft, andere hoben die Dinge von der Straße auf. Jeder hatte seine eigene Strategie, und jeder Wagen warf andere Kamelle. Es gab nicht nur Süßigkeiten, sondern auch Blumen, Stofftiere und andere Dinge. Als der Umzug vorbei struggle, gingen Pedro, Sarah und ich in ein Café. Wir nahmen die Kamelle, die wir gesammelt hatten und legten sie auf den Tisch. Der Berg conflict einen halben Meter hoch. ~ spielt verrückt: is going loopy | voll von: packed with | so nennt guy: this can be the way you name | teilnehmen: take part | zu viel: an excessive amount of | zu wenig: too little | Kater: hangover | so groß wie: as monstrous as | Aschermittwoch: Ash Wednesday | alles vorbei: everywhere | Fastenzeit: fasting interval | auf dem Weg: at the manner | Rosenmontagsumzug: Shrove Monday procession | Höhepunkt: climax | von weitem: from afar | dieses Mal: this time | glücklicherweise: thankfully | zu Hause gelassen: left at domestic | Menschenmasse: crowd of individuals | geschmückte: embellished | Wagen: drift | Pappmaché-Puppen: papier-mâché puppets | langsam: slowly | Menge: crowd | zwischen: among | Marschkapellen: marching bands | Tänzer: dancers | Reiter: riders | Strecke: direction | lang: lengthy | Gruppe: staff | Lautsprecher: loudspeaker | pumpten: pumped | Melodien: melodies | Luft: air | Musikanten: musicians | marschierten: marched | spielten Flöte: performed the flute | schlugen: beat | Trommeln: drums | Kamelle: sweet thrown on carnival | schreien: scream | Ohren: ears | laut: loud | Ich verstehe nicht. : I don’t comprehend. | Kamele: camels | sah aus wie: appeared like | grün: eco-friendly | Drache: dragon | mit blinkenden Augen: with blinking eyes | mechanisch: mechanical | Schwanz: tail | Rücken: again | Vampire: vampires | begann: all started | regnen: rain | kein gewöhnlicher Regen: no ordinary rain | Bonbons: goodies | Kaugummis: chewing gums | Lutscher: lollipops | warfen: threw | Süßigkeiten: confectionery | fing: stuck | ein paar: a number of | Hagel: volley | landete: landed | Autsch! : Ouch! | auf den Schultern: at the shoulders | Eltern: mom and dad | schnappten: snatched | Regenschirm: umbrella | umgekehrt: the other way up | ohne großen Aufwand: with no (any) nice attempt | sprangen: jumped | hoben … auf: picked up … | Blumen: flora | Stofftiere: cuddly toys | andere Dinge: different issues | Umzug: procession | die wir gesammelt hatten: which we had gathered | legten: placed | Berg: mountain | einen halben Meter hoch: part a meter excessive Übung 1. Ein Jeck ist jemand, … a) der am Karneval nicht teilnimmt. b) der am Karneval viel arbeitet.

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