Dating in germany in english
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I think that’s one of the best things about a binational relationship – you can pick and choose your favorite traditions from each culture and get to know a few different things in the process.” -Sarah and Tobias “The hardest thing was the sadness of leaving all my life and family in Peru.My husband was able to understand how hard that decision was for me, and he supported me and dried my tears whenever I needed it.
Because Christmas is my favorite time of year, I would be so sad if I didn’t get my tree until the 24 special and combine our respective traditions.
I made tons of mistakes and have said some pretty embarrassing things along the way.
But that’s the price I and thousands of other foreigners have paid to integrate into the German culture.” –Derek and Marc Start working on your romantic German vocab here.
For me, learning the language wasn’t just about something I had to do. I needed a job and personally needed to no longer feel like an outsider looking in.
Of course learning German wasn’t the easiest task I’ve ever accomplished.
” –Sandra and Brett “One thing we can’t agree on, though, is when to celebrate Christmas.
Thankfully, Tobias lets me have our Christmas tree up all December long.I think by now that “playing things a bit more by ear” is not just Brett’s personality but actually something quite Australian.I find this is amazing about a bi-national relationship: There are so many different layers to discover, not only in each others personality, but also in the cultural background – even after 12 years of marriage!I now believe that Brett and I are probably more Australian/German than I thought we would be.For example, trying to be on the safe side all the time and planning well ahead really is quite a German trait.-Diana and Wolfram --- Want to hear more bi-national couples in Germany talk about cross-cultural relationships?