Ten signs you've been in Germany too long
The Local · 30 Apr 2014, 15:32
Published: 30 Apr 2014 15:32 GMT+02:00
If you’ve been living in Germany for any length of time, Germanisms will have surely crept into your mannerisms, speech and even the way you cook your pasta. Find out how German you've become.
This week’s Local List will help you discover how Germanized you are.
Punctuality, straight-talking and hand-shaking are German ways we are all familiar with, but it doesn’t end there.
The Local List reveals all the German things you are probably doing without realizing.
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