Der Winter - The Winter
Winter in many parts of Europe truly last six months.
From, let's say the end of October to end of April.
That is why it is important that people find ways to enjoy the winter months.
When I lived in Ljubljana (pictured above from my Instagram) it was gray almost every single day during the long winter months.
Luckily, the city is so beautiful, so it was easier to find ways to find joy in the little things.
Winter in Philly on the other hand is full of crisp days with beautiful sunshine - my favorite kind of winter weather! As they say, it's always sunny in Philadelphia.
Winter in Klagenfurt, pictured below.
Es gibt kein schlechtes Wetter, es gibt nur falsche Kleidung.
There is no bad weather, there is only the wrong clothing.
Slow German Lesson 11 - Der Winter
Was findest du am schönsten im Winter?
Natürlich ist es am schönsten
wenn der Schnee liegt draußen
und die Sonne scheint.
Mm..das ist aber schön.
Dann können wir einen Spaziergang
im Schnee machen.
Wir können einen Schneemann bauen
oder eine Schneeballschlacht machen.
Oder vielleicht kann man
Vielleicht ein bisschen Skifahren
Wie sieht euer Winter aus?
Was machst du am liebsten?
Lasst mich wissen!
Wir sehen uns.
What do you like best about winter?
Of course, it is the most beautiful
when there is snow outside
and the sun is shining.
Mm..that is nice.
Then, we can take a stroll
in the snow.
We can build a snowman
or have a snowball fight.
Or maybe you like to
go ice skating
Maybe, do a bit of skiing
or ... yes ... what else?
What does your winter look like?
What do you like to do most?
Let me know!
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