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.
Still staying at your parents’ house as an adult is not very common, most of us move out as soon as we can.
We’ll always drive fast – you just can’t get it out of us!Consider yourself lucky if your girl speaks “Hochdeutsch” because if she has a dialect, she’d be harder to understand in English most likely and harder to understand in German as well.Her parents and grandparents will probably speak one of the 250 dialects that exist in Germany, of which some of them, like Bavarian or Saxon, definitely sound like a different language.In a series called Heartbeats on Deutschland.de, sixteen bi-national couples have shared their stories and offered advice for others in cross-cultural relationships.We’ve compiled their advice below in this guide to bi-national relationships.