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The French influence on the German language There are many words in German, which are the same in the French language. ©Copyright: Yannik Schopf, Dominik Heckmann, Johannes Schmid
The French influence on the German language The German transferred many words from French in the 17th. century, most times in the categories erotic, gastronomy and fashion… ©Copyright: Yannik Schopf, Dominik Heckmann, Johannes Schmid
…for example: food, Ein Dessert Ein Filet Ein Bonbon Der Appetit un dessert un filet un bonbon lappétit a dessert a filet steak a candy appetite ©Copyright: Yannik Schopf, Dominik Heckmann, Johannes Schmid
Body, Die Visage Die Taille Der Teint Die Figur Ein Parfüm le visage la taille le teint la figure un parfum the visage the waist complexion the figure a perfume ©Copyright: Yannik Schopf, Dominik Heckmann, Johannes Schmid
Or sports, Turniertournoicompetition ©Copyright: Yannik Schopf, Dominik Heckmann, Johannes Schmid
And in many parts of life: Ein Résumée Eine Garage Eine Garderobe un résumée un garage une garde- robe Resume a garage a coatrack ©Copyright: Yannik Schopf, Dominik Heckmann, Johannes Schmid
Ein Porte- monnaie Ein Rendez- vous Der Chef un porte- monnaie un rendez- vous le chef a wallet a date a boss ©Copyright: Yannik Schopf, Dominik Heckmann, Johannes Schmid
You see, there are many immigrated words in German We hope, our presentation pleased you, and we thank you for listening ;0) ©Copyright: Yannik Schopf, Dominik Heckmann, Johannes Schmid
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