October 29, 2009

No idea if this is true but can't stop chuckling


  1. That's great...thanks for my morning laugh!

  2. That's funny! English is such a difficult language...

  3. I love it! These are the kind of gaffes that make learning a new language an adventure!

  4. Too funny. And hopefully he did leave it to the translators after that!

  5. Haha, that's hilarious. You always post the funniest things!

  6. I think my foray into German is going to be alot more embarrassing, and tragic,

  7. hello there! Remember a long time ago I said we may end up in Hamburg? It's looking more likely. So of course my husband and I got into our first argument about it last night. International school vs' German schools? Yours are in German schools right? Any thoughts?? :)

    thappy@gmail.com - I'll take anyones' thoughts actually. My kids are 4, 9, 11, and 1. Yah, yah, yah... that's a lot of little people...

  8. THat's awesome, Tara!

    My kids are in German school but they also can speak German. Most of the expat moms I know do private/international school. It's expensive but I assume your husband's company will pay for it. The main differences with international school are:

    1. If you live in an area with lots of kids you're segragating your own kids from the local kids.
    2. You get some German in most international schools but it's not the same thing as immersion.
    3. German schools tend to be over earlier so you might have to worry about afternoon childcare.

    So it really comes down to what you want for them. There are definitely some great international schools.

    Take care,


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