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Deutsche Redewendungen - Jetzt geht's um die Wurst! SXC
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Deutsche Redewendungen - Jetzt geht's um die Wurst!

Learn the most popular German expressions which involve "Wurst".
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Author
blackstone
Category
Culture & history
Questions
10
Participants
220
Level
3-Advanced
Added
22-11-2007
Tags
idioms, slangs, Redewendungen
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(3.9 points)

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128
Comments
guest
great
12-05-2014, 13:35
guest
not easy
24-05-2012, 14:21
guest
I liked this test, though it was sort of hard with all that "Wurst" :-P I'm studing "Phraseoogie" (that's the name of the course)at college and we learn a lot of Redewendungen and I like them a lot, so I "embraced" this test with soo much enthusiasm!!! Very goood!!! Keep going on and post more tests if you don't mind!!!! THANK YOU! Vielen Dank Mann ;)!
25-02-2009, 23:45
guest
super
10-12-2008, 15:21
guest
zu schwer, ich habe gar keine Ahnung
20-06-2008, 04:19
guest
Viele der Redewendungen sind im Deutschen nicht wirklich geläufig!
26-05-2008, 12:48
guest
Ohhh!! Tough! I think I'll go make myself a hot dog now....
29-02-2008, 23:54
guest
I am german and I think,some of these phrases are not used in germany
19-02-2008, 16:39
maiinverse
so difficult that i just guessed a lot...
12-02-2008, 07:44
guest
schwierig
27-01-2008, 17:46
guest
Quite difficult
17-01-2008, 19:40
guest
Prima!
27-11-2007, 23:29
guest
Such tests are excellent - thank you for including them. However, the "English" expressions sounded very American. Perhaps you should also have a US flag on the site to distinguish the two languages. Remember, England and America are two nations divided by a common language. More seriously, someone learning English would be helped to know which expressions are American or British.
23-11-2007, 16:05
guest
Wurstig! Äh - wunderbar!!! :-)
22-11-2007, 16:28