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Kate Munday

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Transcript of GERMANY


these are the mountains,Alps and rivers in germany
these are cities and towns in germANY
germany tourist attraction

this is their famous castle called the Neuschwanstein castle it is located in Schwangau. it opened in
1886 and it is 65 m tall.

the brandeburg gate is located in berlin. it opened in 1791 and it is 26 m tall.

The Berlin Wall was a barrier that divided Berlin it started in 1961 and was officially built in 1989 it sill stands today as an art wall
this is the map showing the tourist attractions
german food
Dissolve yeast, sugar and milk in a bowl. Place flour and 1 tsp salt in an electric mixer fitted with a dough hook and stir in yeast mixture until just combined. Knead for 10 minutes or until mixture forms a soft, smooth and elastic dough. Cover with plastic wrap and stand for 5 minutes.

Turn dough out onto a lightly floured work surface and divide into 12 pieces. Roll each piece into 60 cm-long thin logs. Working with one log at a time, lift up the two ends to make a U-shape, then place the curved end of the U on an oven tray. Cross ends over each other once, then bring both ends back up to the curved U to form a pretzel shape, and press ends lightly to seal. Rest, uncovered, for 30 minutes, then refrigerate for 3 hours or overnight. This helps form a 'skin’ on the dough and gives the pretzels a crisp shell.

Preheat oven to 220°C. Place bicarb soda, 1 tbsp salt and 1litre water in a saucepan over high heat and stir to dissolve. Bring to the boil, then remove from heat. Pick up a pretzel and immerse in the solution for 10 seconds. Return to tray. Repeat with remaining pretzels. Scatter with coarse salt. Bake for 15 minutes or until golden

7 g sachet dried yeast
1 tsp caster sugar
375 ml (1½ cups) lukewarm milk
525 g (3½ cups) plain flour, sifted
1 tbsp bicarbonate of soda
1 tbsp coarse salt
german brezel
total cost
germany is located in europe
It is 14,457 km away from australia

the language spoken in germany is deutsch
the currency
the currency in germany is euro
the president of germany is Joachim Gauck
a day in germany 2
Franziska Wendel
Hi, My name is Franziska Wendel, but people usually call me Franzi. I'm 10 years old. I live in Bonn, Germany. I'm the youngest of six children.

6:45 A.M.

My mom wakes me up. All I have for breakfast is a mug of peppermint tea.

7:55 A.M.

I take a public bus to an all-girls Catholic school. My first class is computers. Before we start, my teacher asks a student to say the day's prayer. Then we learn how to find information on the Internet.

8:45 A.M.

In German class, we have to choose a person we know and compare her to a flower, an animal or a building. It's quite amusing!
a day in germany
9:30 A.M.

Recess. I have my favorite snack, brown bread with salami and an apple drink

9:50 A.M.

Next is a double class in art and needlework. We're learning to crochet. It's so boring, and we're not allowed to chat.

11:25 A.M.

Time for another recess. I eat some more of my salami sandwich and have some chocolate. Then we play dodgeball

11:45 A.M.

We study the Bible in religion class
a day in germany
11:45 A.M.

We study the Bible in religion class.
it is either guten morgen or guten
12:30 P.M.

I sit in the front row for biology, so I have to pay attention. We're learning about muscles and how they work.


Hurray! Classes are over. I'm off to basketball practice.
2:30 P.M.

Finally, home again! I pop my lunch into the microwave. Yum, I love rice, corn and chicken. After lunch, I do my homework.
a day in germany
4:45 P.M.

I head over to the soccer field for practice.

6:30 P.M.

I dash back home for my piano lesson.

7:30 P.M.

Everybody sits down to have dinner. My father is a butcher, so we eat sausage from our shop.

9:15 P.M.

I take a shower and go to bed. It's too early, but there's no arguing with my mom. I'm allowed to read or listen to a tape for half an hour. Then it's lights out.
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