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But can you speak the language of love auf Deutsch? The dating game can be hard enough in your home country, and even trickier if you're navigating an international dating scene without knowing how the game is played.
Check out the videos below: Okay, you learned how to introduce yourself, say where you come from and how old you are in German.” –Sandra and Brett “One thing we can’t agree on, though, is when to celebrate Christmas.Thankfully, Tobias lets me have our Christmas tree up all December long.I really want to change that—having a half-English half-German scenario would be ideal for me, as we could communicate in whatever language makes the most sense at the moment, and it would still allow us both to improve on our second languages, but it’s a struggle to ‘force’ ourselves into that mode, unless our environment dictates one language or the other.” –Mirko and Natalye "If those in the relationship love each other then they understand each other on a much deeper level, and the language becomes less important. In German, the word “date” doesn’t really exist, certainly not with all the rules and codes that come with it, and Germans tend to either be too shy or too cool to date.I lived in Berlin for 10 years before moving to London, and even when I thought I was on a date with a German woman, half the time I couldn’t really be sure whether I was or not.” –Bernie and Christie “The cultural differences between Germans and Australians may seem rather small or non-existent at first sight, but over the years and especially since we have moved back to Australia, I have noticed there are actually quite a lot, but rather subtle, cultural differences.
The most beautiful thing now is that we are both discovering new things about each other’s cultures and that excites us so much.” –Jasmine and Roland “As the age old saying goes, communication is the most important thing in any relationship.