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- "Lassen wir uns Niederländisch gehen" does not mean "Let's go Dutch" (Let's walk in a Dutch way)
- "Nachladen hier ihr bewegliches Telefon" means you own a moving phone more than a mobile phone
- "Türkei mit Pommes" is "Turkey with fries". Just not the animal. It's the country
- "Art ist schön" does not mean "Art is beautiful"
- Don't say "Ich liebe Nutten" if you're fond of nuts. Please use Nüsse.