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Cultures around the world in Germany
Transcript of Cultures around the world in Germany
by: morgan booker
People of Population
Germany's money is different from America's money they call their money euros. say if i have 12 dollars in euros 24$ and 22 cents. there money is usually more than HOW MUCH OUR MONEY COST.
Germany have the same sports we have. There major sport is Fuss ball. There sports and ours are basket ball, Soccer, Golf, Ice hockey, motor sport. There major sport is fuss ball. Even though they love fuss ball, football is the most popular sport of all.
there rituals are the same as ares but different names and they have one ritual that we don't. They have ostern witch is Easter, weihnachten witch is Christmas. they have one ritual that we don't and that is tag der de .
Germany has the most nastiest food like roast goose,toasted Hawaii, Berliner, met,and many more. They have the most unusual foods. They some foods that we also eat in America. Did you know that there's only 6 foods that named after our foods in America.
This is Germany flags. The flag of Germany as they call it
Germany only speaks one language and that is german. Here's an example if I say how are you in Germany the translate would be wie geht es dir. Some German people
Germany boasts some of world's most famous inventions – you can thank the Germans for the light bulb, the automated calculator, and the automobile. That's not all – the Germans are also credited for the discovery of insulin, the invention of the clarinet, the pocket watch, television (partly), paraffin, petrol/gasoline & Diesel engines, the automobile engine, differential gear and other important devices, the motorcycle, the jet engine, the LCD screen and the Walkman.
Germany's education system produces top performers – students score higher than average on the OECD's PISA scale, and 86 percent of adults aged 25–64 have completed at least upper secondary education (equivalent of a high school diploma). That's well above the EU average of 74.2 percent.
Prison escape is not punishable by law in Germany – German law maintains that it’s a basic human instinct to be free and therefore, prisoners have the right to escape jail. Escapes, however, rarely go unpunished because prisoners are held liable if they cause damage to property or inflict bodily harm against any individual upon their breakout.