Talking Fussball: The Bundesliga Show is back with another weekly dose of Bundesliga goodness as James is joined in the heart of Munich by his bundesliga.com colleague Bernie to breakdown a Matchday 30 packed to the brim with talking points before looking ahead to the DFB Pokal semi-finals.
Has the defeat to Borussia Dortmund proven that FC Bayern München’s invincibility was just a scary Bundesliga story? Do FC Schalke 04 still have a chance of clinching second place? Can Bayer 04 Leverkusen hold onto fourth place now that Sascha Lewandowski’s in charge? Is Kevin De Bruyne finally showing the type of form expected of him following his move to VfL Wolfsburg? Are Borussia Mönchengladbach gearing up for a long spell in European competition next season and how is the relegation battle going to pan out?
This is a preview of German Bundesliga Podcast: Matchday 30 Review + DFB Pokal Preview.
I didn’t know it would happen, but moving to Germany the first time back in 2008 changed me. It changed me in a way I suppose I can never get back. I’m not sure I want to, but I know this new person has always felt a constant longing ever since. There is always a piece of my heart missing, and I suppose there always will be.
This is a preview of The Roller Coaster Ride of Expat Life.
Is there a difference between being a military family and an expat?
And does it matter? I hover between the exact meanings of words meaning EVERYTHING and nothing at all, ho-hum, is there anything else on?
Am I an expat? Immigrant would probably be more appropriate. Expat always sounds so fleeting, and I am in Germany for good. Do we need to have labels for all the different kinds of foreigners living in a country? Are these labels more exclusive than inclusive? From Casinos to Castles got a discussion going on the topic with her contraversial post Sorry Military Families, You’re Not Expats. I don’t know if I agree or disagree, but it is an interesting discussion.
This is a preview of The Week in Germany: Expat Meetups, Dresden, Luminale, Words.
It can be hard to make friends no matter where you live. Photo copyright dpa
Our blogs are usually in English–we want people who haven’t had the chance to learn German to be able to learn about life in Germany–but in cooperation with Study-In.de, we are going to share a series of blogs written in German. Because we know some of you would really like to get some more practice. So give this post, written by a Colombian student in Germany, a try and let us know how it goes in the comments! Happy reading.
Letztes Mal habe ich erwähnt, dass es manchmal in Deutschland schwer ist, Kontakt mit den Leuten zu bekommen. Hier eine Liste von Aktivitäten, die auf jeden Fall das soziale Spektrum erweitern wird.
This is a preview of 7 Ways to Meet Germans // 7 Wege um Deutsche kennen zu lernen.
It’s another jam-packed episode of Bundesliga goodness courtesy of the Talking Fussball Munich crew, in which they kick of the show by discussing the surprise Bayern defeat to Augsburg and express their opinions on the much-asked question of the weekend: ‘Was Pep arrogant in fielding the side he did?’. Next, the pod trio get their teeth stuck into the relegation battle once again, as they shake their collective heads in disbelief at the excitement of it all. Can Braunschweig survive following their 3-0 win against Hannover 96? Did we really witness Heiko Westermann score a wonder-goal? And have Stuttgart got what it takes to stay in the league following their own win against Freiburg at the weekend? We’ve got our top 3 players, a new Sprechen Sie Fussball word and the obligatory Champions League preview talk, as Bayern and Dortmund prepare to do battle in Europe’s premier competition. All this and much more on this week’s all new Talking Fussball Episode!
This is a preview of German Bundesliga Podcast: Matchday 29.
There are a thousand different ways to end up living in Germany. One person followed a spouse. Another came to study. A third came for a job. A fourth loved the language so much that she decided to move here. So how did you end up in Germany? Sharing that story is what this blog hop is about.
What is a blog hop?
A blog hop is a way to collect links for blogs on a similar topic, to make it easy to find other bloggers and to get conversation started.
This is a preview of How I Got Here: An Expat Bloggers Blog Hop.