Card set | German untranslatable words | The School of Life
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Explore and examine why the Germans can verbalise things that no one else can, featuring twenty cards allow yourself to take a deep dive into their extensive vocabulary of compound words to truly gain a further insight into the words that elegantly articulate emotions and experiences we can all relate to.
A face that is begging to be slapped. Generosity towards others is key, but the German language is bracing and frank enough to acknowledge that there are also moments when it is simply more honest to admit that we have come face-to-face with a dickhead.
The School of Life was founded in London in 2008. With branches located worldwide, they are devoted to helping all people think intelligently about central emotional concerns.
Box size: 16 x 12 cm
Designed in the United Kingdom
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