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Il significato di "Germany" In varie frasi ed espressioni.

Q: Che cosa significa I have them to Germany before.?
A: Could you please explain a bit? I'm not sure what you'd like to say.
Q: Che cosa significa
Germany, France, Italy and Spain joined smaller nations in halting vaccinations as a precaution while checks are made.
The WHO's vaccine safety experts are meeting on Tuesday to discuss the jab.?
A: it means that, Germany, France and Spain stopped giving vaccines to people because they want to make sure that the vaccine is safe.
The WHO (World Health Organisation) are a group of doctors and scientists that give advice to many countries about health. They are going to meet together on Tuesday to talk about the vaccine.
Q: Che cosa significa "compact" in

Germany is compact with.....?
A: What is the full context, please?
Q: Che cosa significa I am back in Germany too sind 2 weeks?
A: 不好意思句子好像有寫錯的地方 sind是德文...
Q: Che cosa significa Germany beating us, 7-1 , was stil better thAB?
A: We got beaten by Germany 7 to 1. A very bad beating in a soccer game but that beating is better than being beaten by Argentina.

Parole simili a "Germany" e le sue differenze

Q: Qual è la differenza tra I was born in Germany. e I am born in Germany. ?
A: "I was born..." is standard.

You would typically never use "I am born" except under very unusual circumstances, such as telling your life story in the present tense. The most famous example of this is probably David Copperfield. Chapter 1: I am Born. However, he then continues in past tense - "I was born..."
Q: Qual è la differenza tra I intend to visit Germany this year. e I'm planning to visit Germany this year. Is it interchangeable? ?
A: You are right, they are interchangeable. There's a little difference in the meanings between intend and plan. Intend is more passive, Planning is active. But these sentence both work!
Q: Qual è la differenza tra Did you travel within Germany e Did you travel in Germany ?
A: I don’t think there is a difference. Though, it is more natural to say “Did you travel around in Germany?” if the person you are talking to was moving around within that country. If they went from another country to Germany, it would be “Did you travel to Germany?”
Q: Qual è la differenza tra i am living in germany e I live in Germany. ?
A: "I am living in Germany now but I'll be moving back to Seoul soon"...can mean a temporal situation.

"It can get quite chilly. I should know, I live in Germany"

But you can say either of them just like ~yesbabyyes~ said.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra Germany e Deutschland ?
A: Deutschland is the german word for Germany

Traduzionde di "Germany"

Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Regno Unito)? Germany won Brazil in the last world cup 7 vs 1
Germany beaten Brazil in the last world cup 7 vs 1
A: Germany beat Brazil in the last world cup 7 vs 1

(Or “have beaten”)
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? In Germany doctors usually tell kids to "Sag mal Ahh", when they want the kid to open their mouth for examination. How would you say this in English?
A: Quite similar to German, "say Ahhh."
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Regno Unito)? Germany
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? In Germany we have an idiom: "Das ist nicht das gelbe vom Ei". Literally it means "This not the yellow of the egg", which sounds just very stupid. It means that this is not the best you can have. So my question is: Do you have an idiom for that?
A: "It's nothing to write home about" which means like whatever it is your talking about isn't very good

Altre domande riguardo "Germany"

Q: I thought you were from Germany because of your pronunciation. sembra naturale?
A: It sounds natural, good job 😊
Q: But nevertheless, a unified Germany with a new and common constitution as their actual aim couldn't be realised.
(it is for history) sembra naturale?
A: Yes, it's totally natural. Though, "realised" is the spelling for British English, "realized" is for American English.

I hope this helps.
Q: Germany sembra naturale?
A: Well done👌🏼
Q: I'm going to go to Germany to take a German test next Saturday. sembra naturale?
A: The sentence is right but the "to go" is unnecessary. You could just say "I'm going to Germany to take a German test next Saturday."
Q: Germany Culture Overview or German Culture Overview, which one is better?
A: German Culture Overview
Cultural Overview of Germany
Overview of the Culture of Germany
Overview of German Culture

Any of these is fine.

Germany Culture Overview sounds a little unnatural to my ears.

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