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dgskorpus_hb_01: Regional Specialities

Topics Cinema, Theater, Museum, Art: Museum; City and Country: Bremen; City and Country: Osnabrück; Food and Beverage; Society: Traditions

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I am from Bremen.
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MY1*
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HOME-OR-HOMELAND2 heimat
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$GEST^
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BREMEN1 bremen
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$GEST-OFF^
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I have lived there my entire life.
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I1*
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AS-ALWAYS1
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BEGINNING1A* anfang
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BIRTH1A
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UNTIL-TODAY2 bis
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TODAY3* heute
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AS-ALWAYS1* [MG]
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BREMEN1 bremen
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AS-ALWAYS1* [MG]
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Bremen does not have a lot of countryside, but it still is a beautiful city.
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BREMEN1 bremen
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$GEST^ [MG]
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BREMEN1 bremen
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NOW3* jetzt
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B weiß
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BREMEN1 bremen
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$GEST^
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NATURE3* natur
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NOT1 [MG]
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BUT1* ab{er}
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BEAUTIFUL1A [MG]
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CITY2 stadt
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Being close to the North Sea is one advantage.
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ADVANTAGE1 [MG]
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$GEST^
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CLOSE-BY1B* [MG]
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WHAT1A
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NORTH1A nordsee
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$GEST^
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The landscape is not strikingly beautiful. $GEST^
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HERE1* [MG]
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$GEST^
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HERE1* hier
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HERE1* [MG]
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$GEST^
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TO-STRIKE1A^ schön
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LANDSCAPE1* landschaft
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ONLY2A* nu{r}
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There are plenty of trees. You can go for a walk, or you can go hiking, as well.
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PRIMARILY1 [MG]
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FOREST2B* baum
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TO-GO-FOR-A-WALK2B* spazieren
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1* da
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TO-HIKE4* wandern
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$GEST^
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But it is just flat.
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ONLY2A* nur
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And skating.
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PLANE3B* flach
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ROLLERBLADES1A* inliner
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It really is!
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ONLY2A nur
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PLANE3B* flach
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$GEST-PLEASE1^ inliner
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Skating? Sure.
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ROLLERBLADES1A inline
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But everything is just flat.
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PRIMARILY1 [MG]
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ONLY2A nur
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PLANE3B* flach
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PLANE3B* flach
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PLANE3B* flach
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Though the good thing about it is that you don't have to bike uphill; that would be utterly exhausting.
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ONLY2A nur
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BICYCLE1 fahrrad
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BICYCLE1 [MG]
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TO-NEED1* brauch nicht
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There is a lot of rural landscape near Bremen.
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MEASURE-VERTICAL2A^*
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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BREMEN1* bremen
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TO-OWN1 [MG]
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CLOSE-BY1B* nah
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FARMER1* bauer
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COUNTRY3B* land
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It is beautiful.
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BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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The area around Oldenburg, for instance.
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EXAMPLE1* beispiel
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OLDENBURG1B oldenburg
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COUNTRY3A* landschaft
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OLDENBURG1B*||$PROD*
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||$PROD* oldenburg
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Delmenhorst not so much.
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AND5* und
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$ALPHA1:D||$PROD* delmenh{orst}
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NO1B [MG]
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However, the landscape in the direction of Rotenburg is very beautiful, as well.
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RED1A* rot{enburg}
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Up north, close to Osterholz-Scharmbeck, the landscape looks fairly different.
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ALSO1A* au{ch}
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WOOD11* osterholz-scharmbeck
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DIFFERENT1 ander{s}
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COUNTRY3A* landsch{aft}
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DIFFERENCE1B* unterschiede
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In fact, there are four different rural regions.
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:4 vier
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DISTINCT1* verschieden
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FARMER1* bauern
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COUNTRY3B* land
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DIFFERENCE1B* {unter}schied
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LOCATION1A^*
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Have you ever noticed that too?
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$INDEX1*
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BEEN1* gewesen
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TO-MEMORISE1||PROMPT1*
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WOOD11* osterholz-scharmbeck
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$PROD* Fischerhude is entirely different, as well.
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FISH2 fischerhude
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That's located east of Osterholz-Scharmbeck. $GEST-AGREEMENT1^* $INDEX1
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ALSO1A auch
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DIFFERENT1* anders
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YES1A* [MG]
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WOOD11* osterholz-scharmbeck
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Brake is part of the district “Wesermarsch” and located west of Bremen.
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$ALPHA1:B-R-A-K-E* brake
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EAST1A* ost
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WHERE1A* wo
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$INIT-CIRCLE1^* weserland
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It is not part of East Frisia, but of the Wesermarsch near Nordenham.
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EAST1A ost
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$INIT-CIRCLE1^* weserland
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$INDEX1 weserland
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NORTH1B nordenham
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In the South near Delmenhorst, in Syke and Weyhe, the region looks a little off. $PROD*
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$ALPHA1:D del{menhorst}
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MAIL1B^ syke
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$ALPHA1:W-E wey{he}
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BIT2A bissch{en}
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WEIRD3* [MG]
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A nature park is located in the South-West, near Wildeshausen.
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GAME-ANIMALS6^ wildeshausen
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HOUSE1A^*
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NATURE6A* natur
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PLANE1^ park
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AREA1A*
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Very different landscapes.
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DIFFERENCE1B [MG]
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The Weser Uplands have the least trees - that's something I have noticed.
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TREE2A* baum
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NOTHING1A [MG]
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LITTLE-BIT4* wenig
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TO-STRIKE1A auffallen
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$INIT-CIRCLE1^* weserland
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Hardly anything grows there.
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AREA1A*
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There are some great museums located in Bremen.
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BREMEN1* bremen
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1 [MG]
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BEAUTIFUL1B schön
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MUSEUM1 museum
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Like any other city, Bremen holds various exhibitions on the historic city center, or on local history, such as the “Roland” [a statue in the market square of Bremen].
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EVERYONE1B* jede
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CITY2 stadt
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MUSEUM1* museum
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OLD5A altstadt
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SERVICE-OR-DUTY3^* roland
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HISTORY-OR-STORY3* geschichte
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$GEST^
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Bremerhaven isn't too far away either. Possibly at a distance of 40 or 50 kilometers.
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SPECIAL-OR-PARTICULARLY1A
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BREMEN1* bremerhaven
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HABOUR2
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$GEST^
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BREMEN1* bremen
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CLOSE-BY1B* [MG]
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APPROXIMATELY1*
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$NUM-TENS2A:4 vierzig
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$NUM-TENS2A:5 fünfzig
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BREMEN1* bremerhaven
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HABOUR2*
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There they have a large harbor, a zoo, and the German Maritime Museum.
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1 da
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BIG3B
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HABOUR1* hafen
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MUSEUM1
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$ALPHA1:Z-OO zoo
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1* da
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WHAT1A
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SHIP1 schiff
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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MUSEUM1 museum
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1* da
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$GEST^
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You can go biking or skating, as well.
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d
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POSSIBLE1* mö{glich}
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$INDEX1*
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BICYCLE1 fahr{rad}
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CLEAR1A* klar
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$LIST1:2of2d
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ROLLERBLADES1A inliner
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CLEAR1A klar
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And you can even surf nearby.
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$LIST1:3of3d
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TO-ROW1^* surfen
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SPECIAL-OR-PARTICULARLY1A [MG]
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$INDEX1*
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MORE1* mehr
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CLOSE-BY1B* [MG]
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TO-SURF1 surfen
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WHAT1B was
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You can go kite surfing there, as well.
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$PROD* kiting
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WIND1*
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$PROD* drachen
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$PROD*
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CAN2B kann
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$GEST-OFF^*
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$GEST^
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And they have festivities, too!
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CELEBRATION3A fest
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CELEBRATION2* [MG]
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Festivities? Actually, there are only two. AREA1A*
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CELEBRATION1A* fest
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ONLY2A
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2 zwei
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An outstanding celebration is the “Osterwiese” [Easter meadow].
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SPECIAL-OR-PARTICULARLY1A besonders
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CELEBRATION1A* fest
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EASTERN1D* osterwiese
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PLANE3B^
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It is similar to the Oktoberfest, but it is named differently.
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LIKE3A* wie
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OCTOBER2* oktoberfest
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CELEBRATION1A*
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ATTENTION1A^*
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DIFFERENT1
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WORD3*
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A funfair.
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MARKET2 fre{imarkt}
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FUNFAIR2* kirmes
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FUNFAIR1*
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Mostly, the “Osterwiese” is held in April.
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EASTERN1D* osterwiese
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PLANE3A^
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TYPICAL1* typisch
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APRIL2* april
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TO-BELONG1^*
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And the “Freimarkt” [lit. free fair] takes place in October.
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ALSO1A* auch
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OCTOBER2* oktober
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TYPICAL1* typisch
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FREE4 freimarkt
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MARKET6
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It is called “Ischa Freimaak” in Low German. It derives from Bremen's history.
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A^*
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$ALPHA1:I-SCH-A-F-R-E-I-M-AA-K ischafreimaak
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FLAT1A plattdeutsch
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GERMAN1
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN2
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HISTORY-OR-STORY3* geschichte
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FLAT1A plattdeutsch
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GERMAN1
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WORD2
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$INDEX1
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It is the oldest fair of Northern Germany.
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HISTORY-OR-STORY3^*
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OLD5A alt
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HISTORY-OR-STORY3^* histor{isch}
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MARKET2* freimarkt
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NORTH1B norddeutsch
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GERMAN1*
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TOGETHER2C^ volksfest
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CELEBRATION1A*
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NORTH1B norddeutsch
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GERMAN1*
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SOLE1 einzig
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OLD5A* alt
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The “Osterwiese” emerged later on.
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OCTOBER16* oktoberfest
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CELEBRATION3A*
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$INDEX1
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LATER10* spä{ter}
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$INDEX1
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Exactly, the “Freimarkt” is the oldest fair. Therefore, it is one-of-a-kind.
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$INDEX1
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OLD5A alt
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$GEST^
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SPECIAL-OR-PARTICULARLY1A besonders
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$INDEX1
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Once a year they hold an evening of musical entertainment. AND2A und
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HERE1
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$GEST^
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SOMETIMES2 manchmal
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1 einmal
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YEAR3B jahr
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MUSIC4 musikabend
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EVENING2*
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That's a typical open-air event with great light effects. It is held between the events “Osterwiese” and “Freimarkt”.
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TYPICAL1 typisch
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BETWEEN1C zwischen
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TO-FORGET1 vergess
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MUSIC1 musik
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OUTSIDE1 drauß
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PUBLIC2 öffen{tlich}
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LIGHT1* licht
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TO-ORGANISE2A organ{isieren}
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There is a lot going on.
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$GEST^
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* And the Samba Carnival!
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TO-ORGANISE2A
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Oh Samba, right!
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TO-BEAT1^* samba Right, that is in February.
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$INDEX1* samba
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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FEBRUARY1B februar
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The Samba Carnival is characteristic of “the Viertel” [name of the street district].
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TYPICAL1* typ{isch}
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BETWEEN1B*
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QUARTER1* viertel
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STREET1*
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TO-BEAT1^* samba
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The city of Bremen invites international performers who then present their acts.
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CITY2 stadt
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PEOPLE2
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CURTAIN2^ zirkus
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INTERNATIONAL1* international
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TO-FIND1B^*
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TO-COME1*
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Oh, yes, and they have a parade, as well. It takes place at roughly the same time as the “Osterwiese” [funfair].
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AND2A und
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TYPICAL1 typisch
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TO-MOVE1* umzug
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They toss loads of candy into the crowd.
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CANDY2* bonbon
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TO-THROW1^* [MG]
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Still, it is different from the Cologne Carnival.
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COLOGNE2 köln
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Yet, they too have a procession through the city.
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TO-MOVE1* umzug
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And Easter Fires are typical for Bremen.
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EASTERN1A* osterfeuer
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TYPICAL1 typisch
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They are held the day before Easter Sunday.
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d* ein
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EASTERN1C ostern
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Aren't those held on Good Friday?
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No, afterwards.
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There is Good Friday, the Saturday before Easter, and Easter Sunday. Usually, they take place on Saturdays.
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EASTERN1C*||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d ostersonntag
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EASTERN1C*||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d osterfeuer
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There are quite different Easter Fires: large public gatherings, small ones, and private ones.
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BIG3B groß
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EVENT3 veranstaltung
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$GEST^ oder
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PRIVATE1A* privat
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TO-OWN1 [MG]
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You have to get permission for hosting a private Easter Fire.
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ALLOWED2A* darf
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COHERENCE1A^
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REQUEST1A ant{rag}
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From small to huge: there are plenty of different events.
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SMALL6 klein
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BIG3B groß
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DIFFERENCE1B* [MG]
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EVENT3 veranstaltung
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A nice Easter Fire is also dependent on the weather.
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EASTERN1D* osterfeuer
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COHERENCE1A^
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$INDEX2 wetter
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Last year it was quite warm already; you could even wear a T-shirt. We'll see how the weather will be next time.
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LAST5 letzt
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GREAT1A* [MG]
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SUMMER2 sommer
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B [MG]
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$GEST^
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TO-ORGANISE2A organ{isieren}
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What else can I talk about?
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$GEST^
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Right, back to the three museums.
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INTEREST1A
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d
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The best museum is called “Universum” [universe]; it is a museum of natural science.
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SPECIAL-OR-PARTICULARLY1A [MG]
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UNIVERSITY1 universum
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NATURE6A naturwissenschaft
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SCIENCE2
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It's about cold water, and how to avoid flooding. That's what you can see in the museum.
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COLD2* kalt
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WATER1 wasser
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WATER1* wasser
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STREAM1 strö{mung}
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STRONG1B stark
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DEFENSE3C abwehr
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HOW8 wie wie
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MUSEUM1 museum
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1 da
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It is next to the 'Black Box', on the other side of the road.
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NEXT-TO1A* [MG]
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BLACK3 black
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Last year it dealt with the manufacturing of chocolate, and this year the topic is phantasy, color, and shape.
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NEW1A neu
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HERE1 hier
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LAST5 letzte
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BLOCK1* blockschokolade
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1 wie
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PROCEEDING1A ablauf
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NOW1 jetzt
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SUBJECT1 thema
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FANTASY1* fantasie
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COLOUR1A farbe
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SHAPE1A form
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Really interesting.
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INTEREST1A
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You can, for instance, look at various shapes.
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SHAPE1A form
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TO-LOOK-AT4^
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There is also a museum at the Schnoor about the lives of Bremen's inhabitants in the past.
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ALSO1A* auch
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TO-OWN1 [MG]
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BREMEN1 bremen
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TO-LIVE1C leben
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LIKE1 wie
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$ALPHA1:SCH-N-OO-R schnoor
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TO-OWN1 [MG]
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MUSEUM1
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How they dressed in former days, and all sorts of things.
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LIKE1 wie
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BREMEN1 bremer
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CLOTHES3^* klamotte
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In the history of Bremen, cog-built vessels were quite popular.
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BREMEN1* bremen
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FAMOUS1B berühmt
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SPECIAL-OR-PARTICULARLY1A besonders
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HISTORY-OR-STORY3 geschichte
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WHAT1A*
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$ALPHA1:K-N k-n
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$ALPHA1:K-O-G-G-E kogge
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Those were wooden ships that were used for trading.
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WOOD11 holzschiffe
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN2* früher
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TRADE-OR-NEGOTIATION3* handeln
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Bremen and Hamburg were trading cities.
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BREMEN1* bremen
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AND2A und
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HAMBURG2 ham{burg}
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EQUAL8^ [MG]
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TRADE-OR-NEGOTIATION3 handeln
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BACK-AND-FORTH1*
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Bremen is known for its coffee beans, as well.
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BREMEN1* bremen
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ALSO1A auch
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WELL-KNOWN1A bekannt
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WHAT1A
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MEASURE-VERTICAL2A^* bohne
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COFFEE2A kaffee
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COFFEE1A
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MEASURE-VERTICAL2A^* bohne
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Back in those days, people dealt a lot in those, as well as in chocolate.
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TRADE-OR-NEGOTIATION3 handel
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CHOCOLATE2 schokolade
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TRADE-OR-NEGOTIATION3 handel
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They shipped the beans back and forth between Bremen and America.
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AMERICA1 amerika
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TO-GIVE1A^*
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MEASURE-VERTICAL2A^* bohne
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$GEST^
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What else can I talk about?
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MORE1 mehr
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$INDEX1*
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It is said, that in this season of the year, in October, something very popular takes place in Bremen.
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Oh yes, great!
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$GEST^
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$GEST^
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SUPER2*
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TYPICAL1*
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Cabbage is a famous dish in Bremen. It is prepared traditionally.
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FAMOUS1A berühmt
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WHAT1A
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TRADITION2A tradition
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CABBAGE2* kohl
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It is called “Grünkohl mit Pinkel” [curly-leafed kale and a special kind of sausage].
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NAME1B name
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CABBAGE2 kohl
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AND2A und
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PENIS1^ pinkel
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Duh, I cannot sign it like that. I meant the sausage “Pinkel” - from the “kale tours”.
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PENIS1
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NO1A
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SAUSAGE1B pinkel
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TO-DRIVE1 fahrt
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Nope, the other sign is not suitable.
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PENIS1 penis
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WORD3 wort
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NO1A
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MUST1A^
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SAUSAGE1B pinkel
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TO-DRIVE1 fahrt
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Those walks are usually from November until March.
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TYPICAL1* typisch
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NOVEMBER7* november
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UNTIL1 bis
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MARCH12* märz
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MEASURE2B^*
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It‘s the best to eat kale when it‘s cold outside.
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COHERENCE1A^
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BEST1 [MG]
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IF-OR-WHEN1A wenn
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COLD2 kalt
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD1* essen
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You typically put a shot glass that is attached to a string around your neck before the tour starts.
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TYPICAL1
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WHAT1A was
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BEFOREHAND2* vorher
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2*
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TOGETHER1A* [MG]
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BOOZE2 schnaps
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$PROD*
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Mostly people drink “Plum” [a sort of hard liquor made from plums] or “Korn” [lit. 'grain', a sort of hard liquor usually made from fermented rye].
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TO-POUR-OR-TO-WATER1B^||BOOZE1* [MG]
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DIFFERENCE1B* [MG]
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BOOZE2
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MOST1A
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BOOZE1 plum
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BOOZE1 korn
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$GEST^
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But it can be any other kind of liquor, as well.
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HERE1
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IN-ADDITION-MORE-AND-MORE1 [MG]
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POSSIBLE1* mög{lich}
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In the past, it was common to drink “Korn”.
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN2* früher
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USUAL1* nor{mal}
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BOOZE1 korn
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TO-POUR-OR-TO-WATER1A*
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You walk for two to four hours. Along the way you take breaks and play games before you get to eat.
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2* es{sen}
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THEN1A*
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TO-GO-FOR-A-WALK1 [MG]
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HOUR2A* zwei stunden
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HOUR2A* vier stunden
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TO-GO-FOR-A-WALK2B* [MG]
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BIT2A
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TEACHER2^* gesellschaftsspiele
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TO-PLAY1
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In between the games you do a variety of things.
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BETWEEN1D*
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TEACHER2^* gesellschaftsspiele
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TO-PLAY1
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DIFFERENCE1B [MG]
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Then, you stop at a restaurant to eat lots of kale.
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$INDEX1
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CONNECTION1 anschließend
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RESTAURANT1 restaurant
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2 es{sen}
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SATED1*
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SERVICE2B
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Sometimes the kale is served with cooked or fried potatoes, with “Kochwurst” [a pre-cooked sausage] or “Kassler” [smoked pork chop]. TYPICAL1* typisch
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POTATO3A* kartoffel
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TO-SLIDE-OR-TO-PUSH6^*
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SOMETIMES2 manchmal
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TO-BAKE2 blechkartoffel
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POTATO3A*
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||SERVICE2A*
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AND2A* und
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TO-COOK2C kochwurst
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SAUSAGE1A
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AND2A und
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DOG1^ kassler
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ENVELOPE3^*
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TO-PUT-OR-TO-LAY1A^*
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AND2A
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CABBAGE2* kohl
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD1* essen
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It's quite interesting: You cannot buy any curly-leafed kale in Munich.
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CABBAGE2* kohl
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$INDEX1
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INTEREST1A interessant
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HERE1
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$INDEX1
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TO-LIKE4 [MG]
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$GEST^
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MUNICH1A* münchen
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$INDEX1*
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TO-WANT5* will
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IDEA2A [MG]
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TO-COOK1* kochen
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CABBAGE2 kohl
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TO-BUY1A kaufen
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$INDEX1
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You only get it around here.
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ONLY2A nur
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HERE1*
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If the inhabitants of Munich want any curly-leafed kale, they have to obtain it from us.
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||$INDEX4
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||NO2B
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MUST1 muss
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TO-WANT5* will
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TO-ORDER1A bestell
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HERE1*
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I did not know that before, but I have read about it recently.
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I1 ich
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A
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RECENTLY1
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TO-READ-BOOK2B [MG]
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INTEREST1A*
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TOWARDS9 zum
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TO-TAKE-SB-OR-STH-ALONG2* mitnehm
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HERE1
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Curly-leafed kale is really delicious; it is exclusively typical during that time.
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CABBAGE2 kohl
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IN-ADDITION1*
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HERE1
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TASTY1A lecker
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TYPICAL1* typisch
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BETWEEN1B^* [MG]
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TYPICAL1*
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$INDEX1
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The dish can be prepared in private, or with your family. Even my grandmother makes it if she feels like it.
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DISTINCT1 versch{ieden}
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PRIVATE1A* privat
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OR4B* o{der}
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FAMILY1 familie
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$GEST-OFF^
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SOMETIMES2 manchmal
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MY2*
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GRANDMA1C oma
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DELIGHT1B lust
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IT-WORKS-OUT1 klapp
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LIKE-THIS1 so
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It doesn't always have to be combined with a cabbage walk. You can cook the kale just like that, and eat it with your friends. That's how the elderly typically do it.
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WITHOUT1* ohne
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2* fahrt
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ONLY2A nur
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TO-COOK1*
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2
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OLD5A* alt
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PEOPLE2 leute
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Younger people, like myself, enjoy the walks and prefer going to restaurants together.
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YOUNG1* ju{ng}
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2* kohlfahrt
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RESTAURANT1* restau{rant}
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THROUGH1^*
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD1*
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TO-SIT1A restaurant
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TO-COOK1*
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It is quite filling.
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FEELING3*
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THICK7^ Perhaps you will do it like that in the future.
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LATER5* später
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$GEST^ [MG]
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DONT-KNOW1 weiß nicht
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TYPICAL1
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$GEST-OFF^
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Yes.
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YES2
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Another famous dish of Bremen is called “Labskaus”.
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AND5* und
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INTEREST1A
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BREMEN1 bremen
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2 essen
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KITCHEN3B küche
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BREMEN1 bremen
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QUOTATION-MARKS1
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BREMEN1* bremen
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KITCHEN3B kü{che}
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HERE1
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FAMOUS1A be{rühmt}
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WHAT1A
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TO-STOMP1^* labskaus
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People who worked at the harbor used to have really bad teeth back then, so they weren't able to eat meat anymore.
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ALREADY1B schon
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1*
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TO-STOMP1^* labs{kaus}
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1* früher
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THROUGH2A durch
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BACK-THEN1* da{mals}
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HABOUR1* hafen
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$INDEX1
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PEOPLE2 leute
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BAD-OR-STALE1 schlecht
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TOOTH2 zahn
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FOR1
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MEAT1A* fleisch
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2 essen
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CAN1* kann
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That's why they invented “Labskaus” - it is all soft and minced.
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TO-INVENT1
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TO-GRIND1^ [MG]
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“Labskaus” is still popular.
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$INDEX1
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FAVOURITE-OR-HONEY1* lieb{lings}
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NOW3* bis
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TO-STOMP1^* labskaus
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The side dish varies, depending on the particular region.
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MORE1
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DIFFERENCE1B
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CERTAIN1*
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CLOSE-BY1B [MG]
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PART1A teil
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$INDEX1*
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$ALPHA1:R region
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REGION1*
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MEANING1
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DIFFERENCE1B unterschied
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In Bremen they serve “Labskaus” with fried eggs, and pickled herring fillets.
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I1
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$INDEX1
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BREMEN1* bremen
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TYPICAL1 typisch
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$LIST1:1of1d
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TO-STOMP1^* labskaus
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WITH1A mit
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MIRROR1* spiegelei
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EGG3B*
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AND2A und
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CUCUMBER2B* gurke
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AND2A und
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TO-ROLL1A^ rollmops
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$PROD*
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A
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Really tasty and popular to this day.
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TO-FIND-STH-SUPER2 [MG]
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$INDEX1
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FAVOURITE-OR-HONEY1
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UNTIL-TODAY2 bis heute
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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$INDEX1
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The third typical specialty of Bremen is ham with fried eggs, and a big pot of fried potatoes.
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$LIST1:2of2d
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ALSO3A* auch
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$GEST^
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$GEST^
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HAM1* schinken
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AND2A und
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EGG3B spiegelei
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AND2A
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POTATO3A kartoffel
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TO-BAKE2 backen
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BIG3B^ topf
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$LIST1:3of3d
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And the fourth would be “Knigg” [Knigg is actually supposed to be “Knipp”].
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$LIST1:4of4d
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$ALPHA1:K-N-I-GG knigg
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FEELING3^ [MG]
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For the dish, different kinds of meat are mixed together.
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MEAT1A* fleisch
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TO-MIX2 misch
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$GEST^
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WHAT-DOES-IT-LOOK-LIKE1*
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$INDEX1*
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1^*
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I 'd rather not know what's in it exactly.
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RATHER1 lieber
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CONTENT3* inhalt
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WHAT1A was
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B
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NOT3B
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$GEST-DECLINE1^
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As long as it tastes good.
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$INDEX1
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MAIN-POINT1B haupt{sache}
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2 essen
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TO-TASTE1A schmeckt
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GOOD1 gut
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If I knew what's in there, I probably wouldn't eat it any longer.
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IF-OR-WHEN1A* wenn
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B
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CONTENT3 inhalt
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD1 essen
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NOT3B
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That is why I don't want to know the ingredients.
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$INDEX1
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A
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TO-TAKE1A^*
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B weiß
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CONTENT3 in{halt}
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NOT3B
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A deaf person once told me that if I enjoyed eating it, I should know the ingredients.
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DEAF1A
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FRIEND1* freund
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AFFECTED2
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CONTENT3 inhalt
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BEFORE2 vor
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2*
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TO-TASTE1A [MG]
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$INDEX1
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AFFECTED2
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But I rather wouldn't know it.
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I1
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$GEST-DECLINE1^* [MG]
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HEADING1^*
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I1
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A
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TO-WANT7 will
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NOT3B nicht
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B
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I1
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$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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As long as it tastes good.
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$MORPH-MAIN1B haupt
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD1 essen
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TO-TASTE1A* [MG]
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Whether I knew all the ingredients or not, I would eat it anyways.
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WHATEVER3 egal
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IF1 ob
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B* weiß
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OR1* oder
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TO-LET1^* egal
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2* essen
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DONE1A* fertig
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Bremen has some great specialties itself.
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$LIST1:3of5
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BREMEN1* bre{men}
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TO-OWN1* [MG]
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OWN1B eigen
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD1*
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2 essen
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TO-FIND-STH-SUPER2* [MG]
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Especially downtown, in the historic city center, they have some great restaurants like the “Bremer Ratskeller”.
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MOST1B* [MG]
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OLD5B* altstadt
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RESTAURANT1 restaurant
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BREMEN1* bremen
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UNDER1A^* rat
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$INDEX-ORAL1 ratskeller
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UNDER1A^*
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It is really good.
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TO-FIND-STH-SUPER2
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The guests are seated close by the wine barrels in little snugs.
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HONEY2^* wein
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BARREL1 fass
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ROUND4A^* groß groß
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TO-SIT1A* sitz
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THERE-IS3*
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SOCIETY-OR-CORPORATION1* gesellschaft
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SMALL1A* klein
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$PROD*
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If you like to sit in those cosy rooms, you need to make reservations in advance.
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PARENTS9B* eltern
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1* früher
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TO-MAKE-RESERVATIONS1 reservieren
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$PROD*
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TO-ENJOY1* gen{ießen}
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The wine and the food taste brilliant.
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WINE2B wein
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD1 es{sen}
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TO-FIND-STH-SUPER2 [MG]
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Bremen is also known for its beer.
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BREMEN1* bremen
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FAMOUS1A berühmt
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OWN1B* eigene
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BEER1 bier
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Beck's.
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$ALPHA1:B-E-C-K-S becks
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$GEST^
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They have a big company on site.
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BIG3B* groß
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STORE1* firma
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$GEST^
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What else can I talk about?
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$GEST^ [MG]
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The Town Musicians of Bremen.
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Yes, the famous fairy tale of the Town Musicians of Bremen: a donkey, a dog, a cat, and a cock.
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YES2 ja
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FAMOUS1A berühmt
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HISTORY-OR-STORY8 märchen
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BREMEN1* bremer stadtmusikanten
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MUSIC1
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DONKEY1*||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d esel
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$LIST1:2of2d
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DOG3* hund
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$LIST1:3of3d
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CAT1A* katze
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COCK1||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:4d hahn
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$GEST-OFF^
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A famous fairy tale, an old tale.
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FAMOUS1A berühmt
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HISTORY-OR-STORY8 märchen
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HISTORY-OR-STORY3* geschich{te}
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1*
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$GEST-OFF^
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If you have friends form Southern Germany visiting you, what places should they be visiting?
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First of all, a guided tour through the city center where the “Bremer Roland”, the cathedral, and the “Musicians of Bremen” are located.
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$LIST1:1of1d*
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SPECIAL-OR-PARTICULARLY1A [MG]
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TO-LEAD1A führen
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AND2A
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MIDDLE2B mitte
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SOLDIER2* roland
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$LIST1:2of2d
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SPIKY2A^ dom
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$LIST1:2of2d
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$LIST1:3of3d
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CITY2 stadtmusikanten
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MUSIC1*
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The “Böttcherstraße” [Cooper Street] with the golden sword at its entrance, the “Ratskeller” [council wine cellar], and of course the “Schnoor”.
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$LIST1:4of4d
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$INIT-STRAIGHT1^* böttcherstraße
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STREET1
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$INDEX1||STREET1*
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GOLD5* gold
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TO-BEAT1^*
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$INDEX1
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COUNCIL1* ratskeller
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UNDER1A^*
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COUNCIL1* ratskeller
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UNDER1A^*
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$ALPHA1:SCH-N-OO-R schnoor
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It is really beautiful there.
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TO-FIND-STH-SUPER2
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Too bad that it is so tiny.
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TOO-BAD1* schade
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SMALL11* [MG]
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ONLY2A nur
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SMALL11 klein
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But apart from that, those small alleys are great.
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$INDEX1*
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WAY3*||$PROD* straße
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$ALPHA1:SCH-N-OO-R schnoor
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SPECIAL-OR-PARTICULARLY1A* [MG]
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The coffee shops are really good.
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COFFEE2A café
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TO-SIT1A sitz
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INTO2
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TO-RECOMMEND1A empfehl
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The houses look beautiful from the outside, as well.
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INTO2*
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OUTDOORS1A au{ßen}
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TO-LOOK1*
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BEAUTIFUL1A
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But indoors the ceiling is quite low, and the houses are a bit crooked and full of nooks and crannies.
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INTO2
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BEAUTIFUL1A* sch{ön}
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MEASURE8A^ klein
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$PROD* form
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$PROD* schief
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That's what it looked like in the past.
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OLD5A* alt
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TIME5A* zeit
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$PROD* schief
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The “Schnoor” is very lovely.
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BEAUTIFUL1A schö{n}
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$ALPHA1:SCH-N-OO-R schnoor
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And the “Bürgerpark”.
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AND5*
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CITIZEN1 bürgerpark
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PLANE1^
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$INDEX1
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You can take wonderful walks in the “Bürgerpark”.
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BEAUTIFUL1A sch{ön}
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TO-GO2^* spazieren
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CITIZEN1* bürgerpark
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PARK1A*
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$GEST-OFF^*
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I recommend the “Blockland” to anyone who enjoys biking in the environs.
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ALSO1A*
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CURVE1* umland
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WITH1A mit
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WHO6 wer
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WITH1A mit
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BICYCLE1* fahrrad
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TO-RECOMMEND1A empfehl
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TO-THROW1^* blockland
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COUNTRY3B*
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No, “Blockland” is signed differently.
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TO-THROW1^* block
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WRONG1 [MG]
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TO-SLIDE-OR-TO-PUSH2^ blockland
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COUNTRY3B*
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But it is great for biking.
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$INDEX1*
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BEAUTIFUL1B sch{ön}
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BICYCLE1* fahrrad
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There you can bike along the Weser, wait no, along the Wümme northwards from Bremen-Horn all the way to Ritterhude.
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FROM-OR-BY-OR-OF2* von
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HORNS1A* horn
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UNTIL1* bis
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$CUED-SPEECH* ritterhude
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DOG3^*
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FAR1
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$PROD*
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VERY7^* [MG]
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EXHAUSTING5
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RIVER1* weser
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$ALPHA1:W-U-NN-E wümme
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$PROD*
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$PROD*
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It is great.
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BEAUTIFUL3 schön
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If they were staying longer, I would recommend Bremerhaven, as well.
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MAYBE1* [MG]
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IF-OR-WHEN1A wenn
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LONG-TIME4A* la{nge}
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FULL2B voll
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LONG-TIME4A lang
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TO-STAY2 bleib
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TO-RECOMMEND1A em{pfehlung}
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TO-LEAD1A fü{hrung}
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THERE1*
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BREMEN1* bremerhaven
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HABOUR2
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WHAT1A
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They have built the new “Klimahaus” [lit. climate house] there.
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NOW3* je{tzt}
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NEW1A
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SUPER3* [MG]
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$INDEX1
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MUSEUM1*
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CLIMATE1 klimahaus
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HOUSE1B
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$GEST^
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The “Klimahaus”, the German Maritime Museum with several ships, and the “Zoo am Meer” [Zoo next to the sea]. CLIMATE1 klimahaus
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HOUSE1B
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$LIST1:2of2d
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GERMAN1*||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d deutsch
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SHIP1 schiff{fahrts}museum
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MUSEUM1||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d
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$LIST1:3of3d
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OR1*
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DIFFERENCE1B unter{schied}
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SHIP1 schiff
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$ALPHA1:Z-O zoo
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ON-OR-AT1 am
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OCEAN1B* meer
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$GEST^
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What about this American house?
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America?
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AMERICA1*
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Oh yes, the German Emigration Center.
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YES2 [MG]
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TO-HIKE1* auswanderermuseum
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MUSEUM1
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$GEST^
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The German Emigration Center is an amazing museum.
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GREAT1A [MG]
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TO-HIKE1* auswanderermuseum
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MUSEUM1
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GREAT1A [MG]
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TO-HIKE1* auswanderermuseum
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MUSEUM1
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It is really to be recommended.
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TO-RECOMMEND1A empfehlen
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You can learn a lot of interesting things about history there.
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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HISTORY-OR-STORY3* geschichte
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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The “Zoo am Meer” - we talked about that one, and the “Klimahaus” is great, as well.
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$ALPHA1:Z-O zo{o}
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ON-OR-AT1* am
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OCEAN1B* meer
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NEW1A neu
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CLIMATE1* klimahaus
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HOUSE1B
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MUSEUM1* [MG]
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GREAT1A [MG]
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The idea of the “Klimahaus“, I think, is a journey along the fifth longitude/
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SUBJECT1 thema
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:5 fünf
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DEGREE1B*
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HOW-MUCH5* wie viel
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Wait, am I stupid?
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I think it was the fifth longitude, starting the journey on this longitude in Bremerhaven and continuing it around the world through its climatic zones.
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:5 fünf
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DEGREE1A*
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$PROD*
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SUBJECT1 thema
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CLIMATE1* klimahaus
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HOUSE1B*
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$INDEX1*
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BREMEN1* bremerhaven
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$PROD*
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CLIMATE1* klima
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DIFFERENCE1B* untersch{iedlich}
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CIRCLE2*
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It is interesting.
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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What else?
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GOOD1 gut
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$INDEX1
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MORE1 mehr
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Are there any famous companies in Bremen?
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Sure, a famous company is Airbus - a company of Mercedes, Jacobs /
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COMPANY1B firma
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$LIST1:1of1
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AIRPORT2* airbus
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$LIST1:2of2d
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MERCEDES1* mercedes
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FACTORY6* fabrik
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$LIST1:3of3d
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$ALPHA1:J-A-C-O-B-S jacobs
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What? Beck's.
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$INDEX1 $ALPHA1:B-#-K beck
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Beck's is there, too. I 've already mentioned Jacobs.
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BEER1 becks
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$INDEX1
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FACTORY6* fabrik
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A
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$LIST1:4of4d
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$ALPHA1:J-O-S jacobs
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$LIST1:4of4d
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$LIST1:5of5*
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$GEST^
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The Astrium, and the drop tower research of the University of Bremen. It is about weight and pressure.
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$ALPHA1:A-S-T-R-I-U-M astrium
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ROCKET1B^ apollo
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$ALPHA1:N-A-S-A* nasa
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TOGETHER3A zusamm
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TO-WORK1* arbeit
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$LIST1:2of2d*
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$INDEX1
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CASE-OR-PLUNGE1A fallturm
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TOWER1
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RESEARCH1A forsch
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WEIGHT2* gewicht
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PRESSURE1A druck
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$INDEX4
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UNIVERSITY1 uni
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$INDEX1
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What other companies are there?
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$LIST1:2of2d
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COMPANY1B* firma
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$GEST^
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OHB, they are concerned with astronautics, as well. They get bigger and bigger, they even take orders from Astrium.
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$ALPHA1:O-H-B o-h-b
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ALSO1A auch
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ABOVE1^ raumschiff
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$INDEX1
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$ALPHA1:O-H-B* o-h-b
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MORE3 mehr mehr mehr
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TO-LINK1B^* zusammen
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TO-WORK1 arbeit
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YES2
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ASSIGNMENT1B auftrag
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BACK-AND-FORTH1*
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Nothing is left concerning shipbuilding - all dockyards are bankrupt.
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$LIST1:1of1d
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$GEST^
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SHIP1 schiff
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WHAT1A^
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BROKEN4 [MG]
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OVER1
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SHIP1* schiff
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$ALPHA1:U-L-E* vulkan
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BROKEN4 [MG]
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OVER1
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Mmh.
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$GEST^ [MG]
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Another big company is Mercedes. BIG3B*
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COMPANY1A*
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MERCEDES1 merce{des}
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Let me think. $GEST-TO-PONDER1^
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There are other well-known companies.
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FAMOUS1A be{rühmt}
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COMPANY1B* firma
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1 da da
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Mhh, I cannot remember any, but there are other famous companies.
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$GEST-TO-PONDER3^*
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B*
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NOTHING1A*
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FAMOUS1A* berühmt
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COMPANY1B* f{irma}
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1
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Big and small ones. Kraft, it’s Kraft.
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BIG3A groß
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FORCE2B kraft
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SMALL11 klein
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$ALPHA1:K-R-A-F-T
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FORCE2B kraft
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Kraft.
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FORCE2A kraft
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$ALPHA1:K-R-A-F-T kraft
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Their place of business is right downtown of Bremen.
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$ALPHA1:K*
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CENTER1A zen{trum}
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BREMEN1* bremen
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B*
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NOT6*
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B stimmt
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Yes right, I can remember the building with its logo.
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TOWER1 They produce Milka chocolate, or something like that.
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CHOCOLATE2 schoko
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COMPANY1A
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TOGETHER3A^* milka
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YES2
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CHOCOLATE2*
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They belong to Jacobs.
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$LIST1:2of2d*
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TOGETHER1A* zusammen zusammen
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2*
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TO-LIST1A*
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YES2
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$ALPHA1:J_2 jacobs
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YES1A*
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$ALPHA1:J-C-O-#-S j-a-c-o-b-s
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No, there is the Jacobs coffee, and there is Kraft. They are separate companies.
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||TO-BELONG1^* jacob's kaffee
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Jacobs and Milka belong to Kraft.
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$ORAL^ jacobs kaffee
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COFFEE2A
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||LOCATION1B^*
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COFFEE2A
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ANOTHER2 nochein
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FORCE2B* kraft
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LOCATION1B^*
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$ALPHA1:J_2 jacobs
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ANOTHER2 nochein
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LOCATION1B^*
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TO-BELONG1^
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CHOCOLATE2*
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$NAME* milka-schokolade
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CHOCOLATE2
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TO-BELONG1^
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FORCE2B
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Jacobs does not have any chocolate?
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$GEST^
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$INDEX1
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$ALPHA1:J_2 jacobs
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ALSO1A auch
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CHOCOLATE2 schokolade
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There is something written on it. But it must be something else.
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$ALPHA1:M-I mil{ka}
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||DIFFERENT1* anders
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||TO-BELONG1^*
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$PROD*
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Hachez!
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Right, Hachez is a chocolate company here in Bremen. It is located in the new town.
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$GEST^
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OWN1B||$INDEX1 [MG]
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BREMEN1 bremen
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CHOCOLATE2 schokolade
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$ALPHA1:H-A-#-Z hachez
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OWN1B* eigen
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BREMEN1* bremen
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$ALPHA1:H||$PROD* hachez
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$INDEX1
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NEW1A neustadt
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They produce typical chocolate from Bremen.
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OWN1B eigen
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TO-MIX4^ produkt
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BREMEN1 bremen
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CHOCOLATE2 schokolade
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And Milka belongs to Jacobs.
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TO-SAY1
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DIFFERENT1 an{dere}
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$ALPHA1:M-I-L-K-A milka
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TO-BELONG1^
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$ALPHA1:J_2 jacobs
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That's how it is, right.
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$INDEX1*
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$INDEX1*
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Awesome.
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Can you talk about your home now?
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Yes, Osnabrück.
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YES2
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OSNABRÜCK1* osnabrück
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Well, let's hear it.
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I have lived in Bremen for the last ten years, and I am quite rooted in.
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HERE1 hier
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ALREADY1A schon
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I1*
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BREMEN1 bremen
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YEAR1A* zehn jahre
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ROOT1B* wurzel
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SOLID1 [MG]
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I was born and raised in Georgsmarienhütte near Osnabrück.
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ROUND-THE-CORNER2^* um
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BIRTH1A [MG]
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REALLY2*
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OSNABRÜCK1 osnabrück
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CLOSE-BY1B [MG]
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LOCATION3* [MG]
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$NAME georgsmarienhütte
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BIRTH1A* aufgewachsen
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TO-GROW-UP1A
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The landscape is quite interesting.
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$GEST^
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WHAT-DOES-IT-LOOK-LIKE1* wie sie{ht es} aus
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1* wie
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AREA1A [MG]
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INTEREST1A* interessant
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LANDSCAPE1* landschaft
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It is really hilly, and the landscape has a lightness to it.
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$PROD* [MG]
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EASY-OR-LIGHT1 leicht
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The area to the north of Osnabrück is called “Wiehengebirge”, and to the south the “Teutoburger Wald” is located.
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FROM-OR-BY-OR-OF2*
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||NORTH1B nord
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NAME1A name
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$ALPHA1:W-I-E-N* wiehengebirge
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MOUNTAINS1*
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SOUTH1B süd
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$ALPHA1:T teutoburger wald
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TREE2B
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$PROD*
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Osnabrück is located in a valley in between those two areas.
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$PROD* zwischen
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OSNABRÜCK1* osnabrück
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COUNTRY2* land
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VALLEY1* tal
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OSNABRÜCK1* osnabrück
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The landscape is really beautiful.
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BEAUTIFUL1A schö{n}
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LANDSCAPE1* landschaft
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Especially during summer and fall, when the forest looks beautiful.
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SPECIAL-OR-PARTICULARLY1A besonders
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IN1 im
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SUMMER9 sommer
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AUTUMN1A herbst
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SPECIAL-OR-PARTICULARLY1A besonders
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$PROD* wald
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BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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$PROD* wald
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You can take wonderful walks there, go hiking or biking.
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||TO-GO-FOR-A-WALK2B*
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TO-HIKE2* wandern
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||SUPER2* [MG]
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TO-STEP-PEDAL3^ mountainbike
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||$PROD*
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SUPER2* [MG]
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It is nice to cruise around the region of Osnabrück with a motorcycle, because of the surrounding landscape and the winding roads.
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MOTORCYCLE1A* motorradtour
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JOURNEY1C^
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$INDEX1*
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OSNABRÜCK1* os{nabrück}
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$GEST^
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$INDEX1
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||OSNABRÜCK1*
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$GEST^
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$INDEX1* landkreis
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MOTORCYCLE1A* motorradtour
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JOURNEY1B^
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SUPER2||$INDEX1* [MG]
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$PROD* kurven
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BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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There is a landmark of the Roman Age in Detmold. $GEST^
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN2*
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TIME5A* zeit
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ROME1 römer
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TO-SEE1 sehenswürdigkeiten
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$ALPHA1:W
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$INDEX1
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WHERE1A wo
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DETMOLD-$CANDIDATE-HB18^ detmold
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$INDEX1
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Well, it is not directly located in the village.
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REALLY2*
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LOCATION3* ort
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RIGHT-OR-CORRECT1B*
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||$INDEX1
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NO1A*
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They discovered some remains of the Roman Age while doing some archeological excavations.
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TO-FIND1B* gefunden
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RESEARCH1A* forsch
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$INDEX1* [MG]
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Most of the finds are located north-west of Bramsche.
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CLOSE-BY1B* [MG]
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OSNABRÜCK1*||$INDEX1 osnabrück
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$CUED-SPEECH*||$INDEX1 bramsche
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They actually found a lot of different fragments from the Romans.
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REALLY2 [MG]
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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TO-FIND1B* gefunden
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PART1A teil
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HISTORY-OR-STORY9 geschichte
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||PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1*
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TO-DIG1D^* römer
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ROME1 römer
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You should take a look at it.
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TO-RECOMMEND1C* empfehl
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ALSO1A* auch
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TO-SEE1 sehen
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The museum grows bigger constantly.
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MUSEUM1* museum
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BIG3A* größer größer größer
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Even though I haven't seen it myself, either.
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I1 obwohl
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ALTHOUGH1*
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SELF1A selbst
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ALONE1A^ noch nie
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TO-SEE1 sehen
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$GEST^
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I am desperate to look at it soon.
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MUST1* muss mal
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TO-LOOK1 mal schauen
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TO-FIND-STH-SUPER2* [MG]
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$GEST^
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A large company is called “Karmann”.
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BIG3B groß
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COMPANY1B firma
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EXAMPLE1* beispiel
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$ALPHA1:K-A-R* karmann
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MAN1*
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VW has taken them over by now.
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NOW1 jetzt
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$ALPHA1:V-W v-w
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TO-UNDERTAKE1* [MG]
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NOW1
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$ALPHA1:V-W v-w
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Thankfully, the company is still running.
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$GEST^ [MG]
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FURTHER1A weiter
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TO-RUN-MACHINE1* läuft
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STILL4A noch
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COMPANY1B firma
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$ALPHA1:K karmann
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THERE-IS3*
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Of course, there is soccer, as well - the VfL Osnabrück.
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BROOCH1A^ v-f-l
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FOOTBALL1A fußball
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$GEST^
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What are you talking about?
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BROOCH1A^
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The VfL.
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$ALPHA1:V-F-L v-f-l
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Pah, the third division.
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$GEST-DECLINE1^ FOOTBALL1A fußball
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$NUM-ORDINAL1:3d dritte
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LEAGUE1A* bundesliga
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$GEST^
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It doesn't matter, even if they are in the third division.
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$GEST-DECLINE1^ macht nichts
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$NUM-ORDINAL1:3d* dritte
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LEAGUE1A* liga
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Nevertheless, I am proud of the VfL.
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PROUD1 stolz
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The historic city center is really great, as well. Obviously, it is quite small.
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OLD5A altstadt
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CITY2*
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ALSO3A auch
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BEAUTIFUL3* schön
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SMALL11* klein
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Even though, it is tiny, there is a lot to be seen.
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ALSO1A* auch
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SMALL11* klein
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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TO-SEE1* zu sehen
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A few special features.
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NOT3A nicht
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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SPECIAL-OR-PARTICULARLY1A* besonders
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The town hall is nice.
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$ALPHA1:R rathaus
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HOUSE1A*
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BEAUTIFUL1A schö{n}
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ROUND-BALL1^* groß
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Three-fourth of Osnabrück were destroyed during World War II.
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OSNABRÜCK1* osnabrück
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1^*
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APPROXIMATELY2* ungefähr
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$NUM-NUMERATOR1:3d* dreiviertel
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$NUM-DENOMINATOR1:4*
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TO-DESTROY1* zerstört
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OFF1C^* weg
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$NUM-ORDINAL1:2d* zweiten weltkrieg
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WAR1A*
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That's too bad.
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TOO-BAD1
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There is a “Ratskeller” next to the town hall.
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AND5 und
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OLD5A* a{lt}
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$ALPHA1:R rathaus
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HOUSE1A*
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$ALPHA1:R* ratskeller
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CELLAR1*
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SMALL6* klein
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SWEET1 süß
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They have really good food.
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2 essen
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||TASTY1A* lecker
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And all sorts of great wine.
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TO-SWAY1^
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TO-DRINK1 wein
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ALSO1A auch
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TASTY1A* lecker
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DISTINCT1 verschieden
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SORT1* sortiert
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But the “Ratskeller” is quite small.
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SMALL6* klein
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$GEST^
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The town hall is quite big, actually. Still, the civil registry office is located next door.
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$ALPHA1:R rathaus
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BIG3B
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NO1A* [MG]
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RING1A^* standes{amt}
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TO-MARRY3A* heirat
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NO1A* [MG]
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GREAT1A* toll
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NEXT-TO1A*
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NEXT-TO2 [MG]
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NEXT-TO1B* [MG]
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RING1A^* standesamt
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TO-MARRY3A* heiraten
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The cathedral is located next to it.
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NEXT-TO1A* [MG]
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TO-PRAY1A^ dom
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CATHEDRAL1*
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TO-DIVIDE-IN1A^*
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Osnabrück has several churches, Catholic as well as Protestant ones.
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OSNABRÜCK1 osnabrück
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TO-HAVE-TO-OWN1 hat
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viele
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CHURCH2B kirchen
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$PROD* [MG]
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CATHOLIC1B* katholisch
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RELATED1A^ evangelisch evangelisch
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$PROD* [MG]
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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A peculiarity relates to the Thirty Years' War.
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$GEST^ und
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SPECIAL-OR-PARTICULARLY1A* besonders
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WHAT1B was
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$NUM-TENS2A:3d dreißig
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YEAR2B jahre
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WAR1A* krieg
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The cities of Osnabrück and Münster concluded a treaty of peace.
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BETWEEN1B zwischen
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MÜNSTER1* münsterland
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PLANE3A^*
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AND2A und
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||OSNABRÜCK1* osnabrück
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WAR1A krieg
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AND6* und
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PEACE1 friedensvertrag
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CONTRACT1A
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Peace between them was special for both of them.
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SPECIAL-OR-PARTICULARLY1A besonders
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PEACE1 frieden
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FOR1 für
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OSNABRÜCK1* osnabrück
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AND2A und
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MÜNSTER1* münsterland
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PLANE3A^*
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BOTH2A beide
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There are many castles and moats within the environ of Osnabrück, especially in the North.
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||COUNTRY3A* land
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||AREA1A*
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NORTH1B nord
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||AREA1A*
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PAIR-OF-COMPASSES1B^* umkreis
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||$INDEX1*
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||MUCH-OR-MANY1B* viel
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||SOME1 ein paar
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SMALL11* klein
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$ALPHA1:C-L schloss
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$PROD*
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OWN1C eigene
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WATER1* wasser umkreis
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$PROD*
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They are beautiful.
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$PROD* schloss
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GOOD1 [MG]
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They are especially located in the North of Osnabrück.
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$INDEX1* [MG]
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NORTH1B nord
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||SPECIAL-OR-PARTICULARLY1A* besonders
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AREA1A^*
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There are none in the south of Osnabrück.
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SOUTH1B süd
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NONE1* kein
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AREA1A^*
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What else can be found around Osnabrück?
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||$INDEX1*
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||$PROD*
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I can't think of anything else. $GEST^ [MG]
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There is one more peculiarity.
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ALSO1A* auch
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SPECIAL-OR-PARTICULARLY1A* besonders
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We have a carnival parade in February. It even takes place in the villages surrounding Osnabrück.
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CARNIVAL2 karnevalsumzug
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TO-MOVE1*
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ALSO1A auch
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FEBRUARY1B februar
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE8 [MG]
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ALSO1A auch
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WHAT1A [MG]
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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||$INDEX1 [MG]
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||ALSO1A* auch
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And there is a “Maifest” [May Celebration]. That's right, the “Maifest”.
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NEXT-TO1A*
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AND5* und
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MAY3A maifest
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CELEBRATION1A*
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MAY3A maifest
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CELEBRATION3B
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It lasts three weeks.
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APPROXIMATELY1 [MG]
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TO-LAST1 dauert
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d drei
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WEEK1A* wochen
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THROUGH1^ [MG]
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PERIOD1C*
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It takes place in the middle of the town, on one of the bigger streets.
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BIG3A großstadt
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CITY2
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MIDDLE2A mitte
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BIG3A große
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STREET1 straße
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There are many bands trying to woo the audience.
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$GEST^ [MG]
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$PROD*
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MUSIC1* musik
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD4*
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DISTINCT1* verschieden
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$PROD* [MG]
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$INDEX1*
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COMPETITION1* konkurrenz
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Wherever you turn to, you will hear bands playing their music.
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$GEST^
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TO-HEAR1*
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WEIRD1^* [MG]
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GREAT1A* toll
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MUSIC1 musik
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$INDEX1 da
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$INDEX4* da
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$PROD*
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$PROD*
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$GEST^
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It lasts three weeks.
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WEEK1B* drei wochen
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THROUGH1A du{rch}
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d drei
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THROUGH1A*
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PERIOD1C*
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There is a lot going on.
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FAST3^*
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People drink and party, as well.
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TO-BOOZE1 sau sau
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PARTY1A* [MG]
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Three weeks straight? Great.
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SUPER2* [MG]
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d drei woche
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THROUGH1A du{rch} Yes, three weeks.
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GREAT1A^ [MG]
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WEEK1B* drei wochen
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PERIOD1C^ woche
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$GEST^
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$GEST^
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We do not call it “Freimarkt” but “Jahrmarkt” [fair].
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AND5* und
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$GEST^
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$INDEX1
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MARKET2* freimarkt
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FREE1
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MARKET2
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USUAL1 normal
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YEAR2A jahrmarkt
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TO-CRANK1A^*
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WORD3 wort
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USUAL1 normal
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YEAR2B jahrmarkt
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MARKET2*
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It takes place twice a year - once in April or May, and once in October or November.
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$GEST^
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d* zweimal
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ONCE4*
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IN1 im
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APRIL2 april
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||BETWEEN1B*
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APPROXIMATELY2
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AFTERWARDS1A^ und
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NOVEMBER7* november
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OCTOBER16 oktober
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BETWEEN1B*
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BETWEEN1B* [MG]
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2 zweimal
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$GEST^
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They don't have it in Osnabrück any longer.
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AND5* und
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OSNABRÜCK1*||LOCATION3 osna{brück}
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DONE1A*
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$INDEX1*
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TIMES3*
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There are many smaller towns surrounding Osnabrück.
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ALSO1A auch
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ROUND6A^* [MG]
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NORTH1A* nord
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OSNABRÜCK1 osnabrück
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SMALL11 klein
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CITY2 städte
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$INDEX1*
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There is Bramsche, Ibbenbüren, or (( )) and many others.
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$GEST^
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$CUED-SPEECH* bramsche
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||$INDEX1
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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$ALPHA1:I* ibbenbüren
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2^
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||$INDEX1*
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$GEST^
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$ALPHA1:B ??
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VILLAGE3*
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||$INDEX1*
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$INDEX1*
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They have some small fairs and marksmen's festivals.
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ALSO1A auch
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SMALL1B* klein
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MARKET2* freimarkt
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SHOOTER-OR-SAGITTARIUS3 schützenfest
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CELEBRATION1A
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There is a lot going on in the greater area of Osnabrück.
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AND5* und
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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APPOINTMENT1A termin
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WHAT1A^ los
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A*
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$INDEX1*
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ALSO1A* auch
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$GEST^
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Pardon me, but you are talking about the area outside the city of Osnabrück, aren't you?
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$ORAL^ aber
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TO-BELIEVE2B
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APOLOGY1* entsch{uldigung}
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$INDEX1
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OSNABRÜCK1* osnabrück
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||$PROD*
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$PROD*
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TO-BELONG1* gehört
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OSNABRÜCK1* osna{brück}
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Yes.
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YES2
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Okay.
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TO-THINK1B
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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Right, but there is only the one event in Bremen. Yes, there are many events in the surrounding area.
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BREMEN1* bremen
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NO2B nein
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ALONE1C allein
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TO-COMPREHEND1 [MG]
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YES2
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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$GEST-OFF^* auch
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ALSO3A*
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EVENT2 veranstaltung
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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They have a tradition similar to one of Bremen‘s, as well.
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ALSO1A auch
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TRADITION3 tradition
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TYPICAL1* typisch
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EXAMPLE1 beispiel
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BREMEN1* bremen
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EQUAL1A [MG]
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ALSO3A* auch
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When turning 25 men get socks.
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:5 fünfundzwanzig
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OLD5A alt
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OLD5A alt
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SOCK1* socken
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FOR1 für
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MAN1 mann
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TO-BELONG1^
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Women get old and shabby boxes as a birthday gift.
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FOR1* für
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WOMAN1A frau
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TO-BELONG1^
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OLD5A alte
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SQUARE10^ schachtel
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On their 30th birthday men have to mop, and women have to clean.
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$NUM-TENS2A:3d dreißig
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OLD5A alt
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||CLEAR1A* klar
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||MAN1 mann
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||TO-SWEEP1A* fegen
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WOMAN1A frau
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TO-CLEAN5* putzen
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$GEST-OFF^
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I didn't know about the sweeping, neither about the old cigarette packets for the 25th birthday.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A* stimmt
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QUESTION1* fr{agen}
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SUBJECT1* thema
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TO-SWEEP1A fegen
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:5 fünfundzwanzig
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OLD8B jahr
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SQUARE10^
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The old boxes for the women.
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CIGARETTE1* zigarettenschachtel
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SQUARE10^ OLD5A alt
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SQUARE10^ schachtel
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OLD8B alt
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FOR1 für
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SQUARE10^ schachtel
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WOMAN1A frauen
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TO-BELONG1^ gehört
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B wusste nicht
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I1
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A colleague talked about it recently. I didn't know that.
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RECENTLY2* [MG]
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COLLEAGUE1A* koll{ege}
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TO-LET-KNOW1A*
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B* wusste nicht
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I'm not sure whether they have that tradition in Bremen.
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HERE1* [MG]
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BREMEN1* bre{men}
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I1
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B
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NOT3B
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At least not among the deaf.
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DEAF1A [MG]
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I have seen it a few times.
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AREA1A [MG]
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d [MG]
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$GEST^ TO-SEE1* [MG]
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Hearing/
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HEARING1A* hörend They hang tons of boxes on the façade of the house, across all three floors.
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HOUSE1A haus
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OLD5A alt
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SQUARE10^ schachtel
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$PROD* voll
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d||STOREY2A* drei stock{werke}
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Do you know whether they have that tradition in Bremen, as well? ||$INDEX1* [MG]
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YOU1
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TO-LEARN-STH1A* [MG]
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TO-HANG-UP2* auf auf
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BREMEN1* bre{men}
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THERE-IS2* gibt
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HERE1 hier
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TO-LEARN-STH1A*
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YOU1*
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No, I haven't seen such a decorated house hereabouts, so far.
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UNTIL1 bis
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TO-SEE1 seh
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HOUSE1A haus
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1* nicht einmal
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TO-SEE1
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I didn't know that. It is supposed to be common in Lower Saxony; at least that's what my colleague said. HOUSE1A haus
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MEANING1 bedeutet
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I1 $GEST-OFF^
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MEANING1 bedeutet
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COLLEAGUE1A* koll{ege}
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TO-LET-KNOW1A*
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AREA1A^ niedersachsen
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$GEST^
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In Osnabrück people immediately know that someone turned 25 - a woman when seeing boxes, and a men when seeing socks.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A*
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$GEST^
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$GEST^
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TO-BE-OUTVOTED1 [MG]
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I1 ich
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TYPICAL1* typisch
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OSNABRÜCK1* osna{brück}
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TO-SEE1 [MG]
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HOUSE1A* haus
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FAR1* [MG]
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$PROD*
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TO-COMPREHEND1 [MG]
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TO-BECOME1* wird
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:5 fünfundzwanzig
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OLD5A jahre alt
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||$GEST^
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WOMAN1A* frau
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||$GEST^
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WEIRD1^* [MG]
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SOCK1* socken
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TO-HANG-UP2* [MG]
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TO-COMPREHEND1 [MG]
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MAN1 mann
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$GEST^
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TO-COMPREHEND1 [MG]
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No, we don't have that in Bremen.
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$GEST-OFF^
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MEANING1 bedeutet
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Yeah, it is quite interesting here.
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$GEST^
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MEANING1* bedeut
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BREMEN1* bremen
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NO2B [MG]
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TO-COMPREHEND1 [MG]
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$GEST^
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INTEREST1A
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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We have cabbage tours, too. It is the same for Osnabrück as in Bremen.
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ALSO1A auch
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TO-DRIVE1^ kohl- und pinkelfahrt
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AND2A
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CROOKED1^*
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TO-DRIVE1
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EQUAL1A [MG]
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$PROD*
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But along the way, we “boßel” [Boßeln is a sport, typically played in Northern Germany].
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BUT1 aber
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WITH1A m{it}
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NINE-PIN-BOWLING1^ würfel
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You take a “Bollerwagen” [like a toy wagon] with you - just like you explained, but you also carry along the “Boßel-”balls with which you play on the street.
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ALSO1A* auch
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$ALPHA1:K*||TO-PULL4^* kohlfahrt
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ALSO1A auch
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NINE-PIN-BOWLING1^ boller ball
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You throw the ball over and over again, until you reach your final destination.
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That as well? ALSO1A auch
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Did you know that? ||ALSO1A* auch
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We have several games at our cabbage walks, though. $INDEX1
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TO-OWN1* [MG]
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JOURNEYMAN1 gesellschaftsspiel
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TO-PLAY1
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DIFFERENCE1B [MG]
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JOURNEYMAN1 gesellschaft
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BUT1 aber
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They don't hold it all year round, just on occasion.
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$ORAL^ aber
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CABBAGE2 kohl{tour}
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ALSO1A* auch
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JOURNEYMAN1 gesellschaftsspiel
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TO-PLAY1 YEAR2B jahr
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DIFFERENCE1B [MG]
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EQUAL1A [MG]
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||ALWAYS4B* immer immer immer
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CERTAIN1* b{estimmt}
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TIME5A* zeit
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DONE1B
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ALSO3A auch
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$GEST-OFF^
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Apart from what people come up with otherwise, “Boßeln” is an actual tradition with a specific throwing technique. The goal is to throw the ball as far as possible.
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Right, you can do a lot of things.
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CERTAIN1 bestimmte
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NOW1* jetzt
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Luckily, I won't have to drink as much if I win.
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NEW1B* neu ||$GEST^
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