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"What do German kids like to eat at tea time and when do they have it?"
In Germany, we call supper Abendessen. Whenever my mum asks me what I would like for Abendessen, I always say 'Pizza, bitte!' We usually eat at around 6pm, so I always have to leave the playground at 5.30pm.
When we go to my grandparents, we sometimes have Kaffee und Kuchen in the afternoon. We eat cake together and the grown-ups have coffee while I drink a heiße Schokolade (hot chocolate).
Click here to learn how to bake a traditional German 'Gugelhupf' cake
"How old are you?"
Max is 9 years old, and I am 8.
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"Do German kids have to go to school all year?"
No, we don't have to go to school all year. We have holidays in autumn, for Christmas and for 'Karneval', the carnival season in February. Click here to read more about the way we celebrate Karneval. We also get two weeks off for Easter and for Pentecost – and in summer, we have six weeks to spend at the Freibad, the swimming pool, without having to worry about school. That's pretty nice, isn't it?
"What are the major imports and exports in Germany?"
You may have already seen some German major exports on British streets: cars! Germany's main car exports include BMW, Merdedez-Benz, Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche. However some of my toys and clothes were not produced in Germany. Most of them are actually imported from the Far East.
"Molly, do you wish you lived in Germany?"
when I talk to Max he often tells me about Germany and all the interesting things you can experience in Hamburg, where he lives.
My school has a partner school in Germany and they organise exchange visits every year. I am still a bit young, but in a few years I would love to go to Germany and live there for a while.
"Can you tell me the colours of the German flag?"
The German flag consists of three colours: black, red and gold. Those are the national colours of Germany. The colours come from the uniforms of German soldiers during the Napoleonic Wars in the 19th century.
"What pop group is most popular in Germany?"
There are various pop groups in Germany which are quite popular at the moment. Lots of my German friends really like Tokio Hotel. During the last few years, the group has won a lot of awards and they are now even stars in the USA. Can you believe some of them just turned twenty?
"Is Germany a big country and are there loads of people that live there?"
Yes, Germany is a big country. With 82 million people, it has the largest population of all the countries in the European Union.
Some of the big cities like Berlin, Hamburg or Frankfurt can be a bit crowded sometimes but there are also many rural areas with small villages of just over a few hundred people.
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"Where is the German language spoken? Is it just spoken in Germany, or is it also spoken in countries around it?"
German is mainly spoken as a native language in Germany, but it is also spoken in Austria and in parts of Switzerland. It is even spoken as a native language in parts of Africa, too!
"I just wanted to ask what kind of food is there in Germany and what is the difference between German food and British food?"
One great difference between English and German food is the bread. There are lots of different kinds of bread in Germany, from light wheat bread to whole-grain bread like Pumpernickel.
Germans eat a lot of bread, especially for dinner (often topped with cheese or salami).
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"What is the tallest mountain in Germany?"
The highest mountain in Germany is the Zugspitze, which is located in the Bavarian Alps near the border to Austria. It has a height of 2,962 metres (9,718 ft) and it is possible for tourists to go to the peak by a cog railway.
"How old is Germany and when was it discovered?"
Germany was first unified as a nation-state in 1871. Before then, it was a group of smaller states, each with a prince ruling over it. Imagine that!
"I am not that good at German but I want to get better. Will this website help me to learn more German?"
We hope so! There are a lot of games and activities which help you to learn more about the German language and also about life in Germany in general.
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