• What do Germans mean when they talk about faithless tomatoes, making three crosses or overcoming their inner pigdog? Get to know these and many other German idioms and learn how to use them in context.

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    Animal idioms 1

    Here you'll learn: some German idioms with cats or dogs

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    Animal idioms 2

    Here you'll learn: some German idioms with farm animals

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    Animal idioms 3

    Here you'll learn: more German animal idioms

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    Number idioms 1

    Here you'll learn: some German idioms with numbers

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    Number idioms 2

    Here you'll learn: more German idioms with numbers

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    Body idioms 1

    Here you'll learn: some German idioms about the head

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    Body idioms 2

    Here you'll learn: some German idioms about the heart and gut

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    Body idioms 3

    Here you'll learn: some German idioms about arms, hands and feet

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    Food idioms 1

    Here you'll learn: some German idioms with fruit and vegetables

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    Food idioms 2

    Here you'll learn: some German idioms with drinks, and some more with food

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    Food idioms 3

    Here you'll learn: some German idioms with meat, sausage and fish

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    Food idioms 4

    Here you'll learn: some German food idioms with soup and more

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