dgskorpus_mue_07: Regional Specialities

Topics City and Country: Home Land; Deaf Culture; Festivity, Celebration, Party: Oktoberfest; Society: Traditions; Vacation, Free Time, Traveling; Vacation, Free Time, Traveling: Hobby; Vacation, Free Time, Traveling: Munich

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You’re in for a surprise here, huh?
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YOU1*
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One can go on so many trips.
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||TRIP4 ausflug
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||MUCH-OR-MANY1A* vie{l}
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Is Munich your home? ||$GEST-OFF^*
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BIRTH1A^ heimat
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MUNICH1A* münchen
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HERE1
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Were you born in Munich?
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BIRTH1A* geburt
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MUNICH1A* münch{en}
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YOU1
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Just like me.
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IMMEDIATELY6
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ALSO1A auch Yes, both of us.
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It’s easy to discuss this now.
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||CAN2A kann
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EASY-OR-LIGHT1* leich{t}
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I don’t really know what I’m supposed to say about the surrounding area of my home.
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG] Let’s just talk about the sights in Munich.
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There are a lot of sights here.
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||SIGHT1* sehenswürdigkeit
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THERE-IS3 gibt
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The old town and the Marienplatz [Mary’s Square, Munich’s main square] and/
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Yes. ||BEAK3^* marienplatz
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d||LIKE3A*
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The Stachus, I mean the Karlsplatz [large square in central Munich, official name Karlsplatz, Stachus as unofficial name widely used].
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TO-MIX2^* stachus
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PLACE6A ||$INDEX1*
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$ALPHA1:K karlsplatz
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Yes, the whole area around the Stachus.
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TO-MIX2^* stachus
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Actually, anything close to the old city wall and its gates.
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EVERYHTING1A* all{es}
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YES1A
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||WHERE1A* wo
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||OLD3* alt
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||TO-SHOOT1B^ tor
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Sendlinger Tor and Isartor [names of gates].
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$ALPHA1:S sendlinger tor
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Right, and Isartor and Karlstor, those three.
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RIVER1^ isartor ||$LIST1:1of1d
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d drei
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There used to be four.
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One doesn’t exist anymore.
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Why was it torn down? $NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d
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HOW-COME2* wieso
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$LIST1:4of4d* The fourth gate was at Odeonsplatz.
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The gate was torn down?
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BOW4^* tor
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OFF-OR-TO-REMOVE-STH1A ab #Name1 was told this during a guided city tour.
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||THROUGH2A* durch
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The gate had to go to make room for the construction of the Feldherrnhalle [Field Marshal’s Hall]. ||YOU-PLURAL1A
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||OFF1A* ab
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It was supposed to become more luxurious.
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King Maximilian wanted the Maximilian street to be a real eye catcher, straight and magnificent, so the gate had to go.
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||THROUGH2A durch
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||$ALPHA1:M-A-X maximilianstraße
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MORE1* mehr
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THROUGH2A* durch
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d ein
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||OFF1A* ab
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That’s why only three gates remain.
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ONLY2A* nur
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3w* drei
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Other than that one can go see the Olympic Park/
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||OLYMPIA1 olympiapark
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Yes, with the Olympic Tower. ||$GEST-OFF^*
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OLYMPIA1 olypmpiastab That used to be important, the Olympic Games were held there.
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||OLYMPIA1 olympia
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The Nymphenburg Palace.
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THEN1A* dann
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The Olympic Park was built in 1972.
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$NAME nymphenburg
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THROUGH2A durch
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$NUM-TEEN2A:9 neunzehnhundertzweiundsiebzig
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The Olympic Park in Munich was built specifically for the Summer Olympics and is pretty big.
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EXTRA1* extra gebaut
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And it’s the only building in the world with a tent roof.
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||ALSO1A* auch
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||COLOURS3A^* nur
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||SOLE1 einzig
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||WHAT1B was
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That doesn’t exist anywhere else, and one can even go and visit the roof.
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||NOT3A nicht
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TO-GIVE2^* gib nicht{s}
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That’s right. $ORAL^ stimm
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THERE-IS3* gibt
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||OFFER1B angebot
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POSSIBLE1A* mö{glich}
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WHAT1B was
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Yes, one can walk around at the top.
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TO-HIKE4* wandern
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Have you been up there?
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BEEN1* gewesen Yes, I’ve been there.
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BEEN1 gew{esen}
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Great.
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SUPER3*
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Last year, no, two years ago, in 2008.
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LAST3* le{tztens}
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YEAR2A* ja{hr}
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I haven’t done it yet.
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I1 hab nicht
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$NUM-YEAR-BEFORE-NOW1:2 zwei ja{hr}
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$NUM-THOUSANDS1:2d* zweitau{send}ach{t}
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$NUM-THOUSANDS1:2d zweitau{send}ach{t}
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BEEN1 gew{esen}
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I can only recommend it; it’s really pretty and interesting to see everything from above through the glass.
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||BEAUTIFUL4*
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||MUCH-OR-MANY1A*
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||TO-RECOMMEND1B empfoh{len}
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||YES1A
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||INTEREST1B [MG]
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GLASS3* glas
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So one stands at the very top and just looks down?
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HIGH4A* hoch hoch
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AREA1A
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Yes, it’s really high up; the world does become quite small.
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||HIGH3A* hoch
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A-WHOLE-LOT1^ [MG]
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||$PROD* da unten
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Just walk around once and there then is an exit that leads you outside.
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$PROD*
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WITH1A mit
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BEGINNING1A anfang
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||$PROD* [MG]
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||EXIT1A* ausgang
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||OUTSIDE1*
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||DONE1B
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From a couple of spots, one can also walk up to the peaks.
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||WITH1A* mit
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That’s it?
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ONLY2A nur
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$PROD* [MG]
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Yes.
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END1^*
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Before that, one can watch a movie inside.
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||BEFOREHAND1* vorher
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TELEVISION1B fernseher
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The movie is about the construction of the stadium?
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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BUILDING-OR-CONSTRUCTION1 bau
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1* wie
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One can walk around and get informed about the history of everything with the movie.
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HISTORY-OR-STORY3 geschichte
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||AND2A* und
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||DONE1B [MG]
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EVERYHTING1A*
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||$GEST-OFF^
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My father paid for all of us.
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||FATHER1* vater
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||ALL1A* alle
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||TO-PAY6 bezahl
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We were three total, my sister included.
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||SISTER1A* schw{ester}
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||I1* ich
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||$NUM-NUMBER-OF-PEOPLE1:3d* drei
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Great. Without mum, she’s afraid of heights.
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||WITHOUT1* ohne
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||MUM3 mama
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||FEAR1 an{gst}
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||HE-SHE-IT1
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||HIGH3A höhenangst
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Then there’s Nymphenburg Palace.
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||TO-CLOSE2C schloss
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$NAME nymphenburg
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Yes. ||$GEST-OFF^*
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YES2
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HEADING1^ schloss
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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What else is there in Munich?
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||TO-LIST1C*
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||MUNICH1B* mün{chen}
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||STILL1A* was noch
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Ah yes, the Sea Life.
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||$GEST-ATTENTION1^
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LAKE5 se{a} life
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LAKE5 se{a} life
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Yes, right.
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||$ALPHA1:S-E se{a}
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With the fish.
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FISH1* fisch
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TO-LIVE1D* live
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That’s a rather new addition.
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NEW1A neu
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One can visit that, too.
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It’s also in the Olympic Park, right.
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$ORAL^ stimmt
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There’s also the German museum.
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$LIST1:2of2d* und
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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$GEST-OFF^* That’s important for Germany.
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It’s the biggest technical museum in all of Europe. ||YOU1*
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It’s huge.
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||TECHNOLOGY1 technisch
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Yes. ||MUSEUM1 museum
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It has an area of 17,000 square meters. That’s enormous.
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$NUM-TEEN2A:7d siebzehntausend
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$NUM-TEEN2A:7d siebzehntausend
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The museum is close to Isartor square.
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An incredible number of visitors come there.
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Busloads of visitors from various different countries come there.
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It’s an important museum.
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I’m sometimes surprised that there are so many people who are apparently interested in technology.
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||TECHNOLOGY1 techni{k}
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Yes.
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What else is there?
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||STILL1A* was noch
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The Gasteig [cultural center hosting the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra and others].
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OPEN-ON-TOP1^* gasteig
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$GEST-OFF^*
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The culture days were held there recently.
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There are many events there, but rarely anything for deaf people.
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TO-CELEBRATE1A^* veran{staltung}
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FOR1* für
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DEAF-LOST-HEARING1A [MG]
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It’s not really a sight, though.
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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FOR1 für
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LANGUAGE4A* programm
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||TO-SEE1* sehenswürdigkeit
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We forgot about the Oktoberfest.
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OKTOBERFEST1* oktoberfest
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Yes, obviously.
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The Oktoberfest is a tradition; it’ll soon celebrate its 200th birthday.
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OKTOBERFEST1* oktoberfest
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CLEAR1B klar
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CELEBRATION1A* fest
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||$NUM-HUNDREDS1:2 zweihundert
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BIRTHDAY7 geburtstagsfeier
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TO-CELEBRATE1
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This year is special because it’s the 200th anniversary.
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||THIS-TIME1 diese
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||SPECIAL-OR-PARTICULARLY2 besonder
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||$NUM-HUNDREDS1:2 zweihundert
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||YEAR2A jahr
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Are you going to party for three weeks straight?
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Sure.
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CLEAR1B* klar
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WEEK1A* drei wochen
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THROUGH1B durch
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PARTY1A Three weeks is impossible.
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TO-LOOK1* drei wochen
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I can’t do that.
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But a few times, yes, it’s a question of money as well.
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ALSO1A auch
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||TO-COST2
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It’s incredibly expensive.
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The price for a liter of beer goes up every year.
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That’s stupid.
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MEASURE2B* [MG] FUN2^* schwachsinn
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$ORAL^ maß
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BEER3 bier
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A-WHOLE-LOT2 [MG]
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ABOVE2A^* mehr mehr
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It gets more and more expensive always.
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||ALWAYS1A* immer
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||ABOVE3A^*
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||EVERYONE1A* jed{es}
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||YEAR2A jahr
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Every year they raise the prices, seriously, every year.
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||ABOVE3A^*
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Why does the price go up?
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||ALWAYS1A* immer
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WHY1 warum
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$GEST-OFF^*
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I don’t know either, that’s just how it is.
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$GEST-OFF^
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It used to be eight Mark [former German currency], now it’s like eight euros or something.
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||LIKE-THIS1* so
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1 früher
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:8d* acht
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GERMAN-MARK1* mark
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:8d* acht
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GERMAN-MARK1* mark
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NOW3* jetzt
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:8d acht
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EURO1* euro
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$ORAL^ ungefähr
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There are so many visitors. They can afford raising the prices.
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||BUT1* aber
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||TO-ACCOMPLISH1A* schaffen
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||MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1* [MG]
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||CAN2A kann
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||PERFORMANCE1 leist
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||AREA1A*
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The people are ready to pay that much to have a good time.
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READY2A* bereit
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MOOD4 stimmung
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I mean, it’s basically world peace there [at Oktoberfest].
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||LIKE6 wie
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Next year the smoking ban will be implemented, this year it’s still allowed but not next year anymore.
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TO-SMOKE1A rauch
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WORLD1 welt
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PEACE1 frie{den}
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PROHIBITED1 verbot
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LAST1A letzte
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TO-SMOKE1A rauch
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ALLOWED1 darf
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NEXT1 nächstes
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YEAR2A* jahr
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TO-SMOKE1A rauch One needs to think about how that will go.
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NOW3* jetzt
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PROHIBITED1 verbot
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TO-PONDER1 überlegen
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1* wie
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I don’t mind it that much outside, but inside the beer tents, I dislike it.
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||$GEST-ATTENTION1^
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||OUTSIDE1 drau{ßen}
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||BIT2A* bisschen
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Yes, it’ll definitely be banned inside the halls.
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||NOT3B* nicht
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||BAD2 schlimm
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||WHERE1A* wo
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||BEER3* bierzelt
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HALL1B* halle
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PROHIBITED1 darf nicht
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YES1A
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It’s not completely clear yet.
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||STILL1A* noch
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PROBLEM2B^*
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No, they agreed on it not too long ago.
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NO1A na
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CLEAR1D ni{cht} klar
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RECENTLY2*
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DECISION1 beschloss
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This will be the last year. They’re planning the ban for next year. NOW1 hier
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LAST1A letzte
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TO-SMOKE1A*
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ALLOWED1* darf
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NEXT1 nächstes
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PROHIBITED3 jahr
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PLAN2 geplant
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YES2 [MG]
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It was agreed upon recently.
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DECISION1 beschlossen
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RECENTLY2
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YES1A
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I’m gobsmacked. WEIRD1^* baff
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Let’s just wait whether it’ll actually happen.
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$GEST-DECLINE1^
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||TO-LIST1C^* viel{leicht}
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||$INDEX1 kommt
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Events where people aren’t allowed to smoke are weird, though.
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TO-IGNORE6
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EVENT1
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OR5* oder
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LIGHTER2*||TO-SMOKE1A
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$GEST-OFF^*
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DIFFERENT2 [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^*
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There have not been any cigarette sellers inside the tents for one or two years already.
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||ALREADY1B scho{n}
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||BEFOREHAND1*
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$NUM-YEAR-BEFORE-NOW1:1d
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$NUM-YEAR-BEFORE-NOW1:2d
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||ALREADY1B scho{n}
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NOT-ANYMORE1A* nich{t} mehr
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TO-SELL1 verka{ufen}
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||CIGARETTE1*
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||NOT-ANYMORE1A* nicht mehr
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||ALREADY1B*
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What other sights are there in Munich?
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||END1^ was noch
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||DIFFERENT1* and{ere}
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||TO-SEE1 sehenswürdig{keit}
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MUNICH1B*
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The Church of Our Lady.
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||AREA1A*
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WOMAN2A frauenkirche
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PIPE2A^ The Church of Our Lady is important, too, that’s right.
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WOMAN2A* frauenkirche
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WOMAN2A frauenkirche
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IMPORTANT1* wichtig
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PIPE2A^
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||RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B stimmt
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$GEST-OFF^*
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The victory angel on that column.
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$LIST1:2of2d
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TO-TRIUMPH1 siegesstamm
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$GEST-TO-PONDER1^
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The victory column, right.
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||$GEST-ATTENTION1^*
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ANGEL1 engel
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ROUND-LONG3^* stamm
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||TO-TRIUMPH1* sieg{es}säul
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One can also visit the concentration camp in Dachau.
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||AND2A und
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||DACHAU1 dachau
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||$ALPHA1:K-Z k-z
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It’s close to Munich and part of the Jewish history.
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||CLOSE-BY1B*
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||MUNICH1A* mü{nchen}
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||$ALPHA1:K-Z* k-z
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||JEW1 jü{disch}
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||HISTORY-OR-STORY3 geschich{te}
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Or one can drive down to the Chiemsee, visit the palace and learn something about the history.
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||EXAMPLE1*
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||DIRECTION3^*
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||$ALPHA1:C chiemsee
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||LAKE5*
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Yes, and one can visit the Fraueninsel [literally: women’s island, second largest island in the Chiemsee]. ||TO-CLOSE2C schloss
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HEADING1^
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||HISTORY-OR-STORY3 geschichte
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WOMAN2A frau{en}insel
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The Fraueninsel, exactly.
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||WOMAN2A* fraueninsel
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There’s a lot to learn about King Ludwig II and his history in different places.
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||SPECIAL-OR-PARTICULARLY1A besondere
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HISTORY-OR-STORY3* geschichte
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||OVER-OR-ABOUT1* über
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||KING1A* könig
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||$ALPHA1:L-U-D-W-I-G ludwig
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$NUM-ROMAN1:2 zwei
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In Füssen there’s also Neuschwanstein Castle.
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||YOU1
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||$NAME füssen
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||TO-CLOSE2C schloss
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||NEW1A neuschwanstein
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It’s a fairytale castle that incredible amounts of visitors from all over the world come to see.
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||LIKE3B* wie
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||HISTORY-OR-STORY3^* märchen
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||TO-CLOSE2C schloss
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HEADING1^*
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||BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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||WORLD1 weltspitze
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1*
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Yes, especially the Japanese love to go there by train; it’s incredible.
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YES1A
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JAPAN1* japan
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TRAIN2A* zug
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WHERE-TO1^*
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JAPAN1* japan
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Many go there.
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1*
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Every year, more than a million people come.
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EVERYONE1A* jedes
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||YEAR2A* jahr
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||OVER-OR-ABOUT1 über
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d ein million
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||TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1A* besuch
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THERE1*
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There’re always a lot of visitors.
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||SPIKY1A spitz
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||GOOD1* gut
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||TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1A besuch
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I wouldn’t recommend going there in the summer.
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||SUMMER8B sommer
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$GEST-TO-PONDER1^
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||TO-RECOMMEND1B empfohl
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||THERE1 dort
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||NOT3A nicht
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Many people come by.
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One might end up queueing for a long time.
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The queue goes down the entire mountain.
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OVERALL1A*
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That’s what it’s like in summer, I’d suggest going in spring or, even better, in the fall.
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||TO-RECOMMEND1B* empfohl
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||SPRING1B früh{ling}
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AND2B* und
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||$GEST-DECLINE1^* noch besser
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Hm, what else is there?
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STILL1A* noch
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There are many lakes in the Munich area. AREA1A^*
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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LAKE1B* see
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There’s Lake Starnberg, Lake Ammer, Chiemsee and some more.
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NUREMBERG1^ starnberg{er} see
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LAKE1B* That’s convenient.
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||$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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TO-BEAT1^* ammersee
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CONVENIENT1
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LAKE1B*
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$GEST-OFF^*
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$LIST1:2of2d
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$ALPHA1:C||$LIST1:2of2d chiemsee
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EVERYWHERE1* [MG] There’s a lot to choose from if one wants to do something.
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* [MG]
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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AREA1A^* [MG]
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||CAN2A ka{nn}
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||SELECTION1D* aussu{chen}
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||POSSIBLE1B möglich
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Then there’re the alps and the Zugspitze.
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One can go hiking.
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TO-HIKE2 wander
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NEXT1
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$GEST-OFF^*
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ALPS1* alp
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$GEST-OFF^
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One can go skiing there.
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TRAIN2A* zugspitze
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CLOSE-BY1^
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SKI1 ski
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$GEST-OFF^* In winter there’s a huge offer in skiing areas.
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WINTER2 win{ter}
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||GOOD1* [MG]
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SKI1 ski
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||OFFER1B angebot
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||OFF1A^
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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Austria isn’t far, and then one is already in Italy and can go swimming in the Lake Garda.
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||AUSTRIA1* österreich
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||CLOSE-BY1^*
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THERE1*
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||CLOSE-BY1A nähe
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||ITALY1* italien
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||TO-DRIVE3* fahr
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||TO-SWIM1* schwimmen
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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By car, it takes four or five hours to get to Lake Garda.
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BUT1*
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$ALPHA1:G-A-R-D-A gardasee
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||$ALPHA1:G-A gardasee
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||LAKE5
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That’s convenient.
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CONVENIENT1^* [MG]
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:4* vier stunde
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CAR3* auto
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:4* vier
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:5* fünf
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$INDEX1 stunden
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CAR3 auto
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$GEST^
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Or one drives to Ulm to go to Legoland.
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||OR5* oder
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||CLOSE-BY1^
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||$ALPHA1:U-L-M* ulm
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LEGO-BRICKS-$CANDIDATE-MUE69 legoland
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||$ALPHA1:L-E-G* lego
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That’s also a nice trip and not too far.
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||GOOD1* [MG]
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||BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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||NOT3A* nicht
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||FAR1* weit
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What else.
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||AREA1A*
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One can go to Freising.
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FREE7^* freising
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||THERE1
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There, one can visit the oldest beer brewery in the world.
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||WELL-KNOWN1A* beka{nnt}
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||BEER3* bier
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It’s called Weihenstephan.
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||$ALPHA1:W-E-H-E-N* weihenstephan
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I know Weihenstephan, but I didn’t know they also produced it there. ||$ALPHA1:W-E-H-E-N* weihenstephan
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DONT-KNOW2 weiß nicht
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There are two: the oldest brewery in the world and the oldest monastery with a brewery in Kelheim.
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The breweries in Munich aren’t that old.
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The beer brands at the Oktoberfest aren’t that old.
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But the others can’t be sold at Oktoberfest. Only beers from Munich can be sold there.
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FREE2^* oktoberfest
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||MUST1A* muss
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One can also go on a raft trip on the Isar.
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$INDEX1 Right, that’s great.
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Have you ever done that?
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Yes, two times already.
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BEEN1 gewes
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I was happy with it. I’d like to do it again.
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It has to be organized.
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I haven’t been there in a long time.
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Besides the raft trip, what else is there?
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Traditionally, in July, there’s always/
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There’s the May festival.
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Where they put up the Maypole, right.
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||MAYPOLE1 maibaum
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What do they do in the summer again?
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This SportScheck run [German company selling sportswear].
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That’s just a normal city run.
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It is a tradition in Munich, but it does also exist elsewhere.
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CITY2 stadtlauf
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The May festival is more important - it doesn’t exist anywhere else in Germany.
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||THERE-IS3* gibt nicht
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Yes, the May festival, what else is there?
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What else?
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||STILL1A* noch
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New Year’s Eve is also celebrated the same everywhere, carnival too.
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||TO-CELEBRATE1
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NEW-YEARS-EVE1* silves{ter}
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||$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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||EQUAL8^* [MG]
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||TOLERANT1^* fasch{ing}
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||TO-CELEBRATE1
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||EQUAL8^* [MG]
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What else? $GEST-TO-PONDER1^* was sonst
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Just imagine having a friend from Berlin visiting you two for a week. What things would you really want to show them and do together in the Munich area?
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If friends visited from the North, or another country, I would definitely recommend Neuschwanstein Castle and show it to them.
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||WOULD-BE1 wä{re}
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||TO-LEAD1A führen
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||WOULD-BE1* wäre
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||$INDEX1*
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||IF-OR-WHEN1
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||FRIEND7 freunde
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||NORTH1B nord
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||AREA1A*
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||NEVER-BEFORE3 noch nie
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||DIFFERENT1 and{ers}
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||COUNTRY3B* land
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||TO-COME1*
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||I2
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||TO-RECOMMEND1B* empfohlen
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||TO-SHOW1A zei{gen}
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$LIST1:1of1d*
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FOR1* für
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BEYOND1* außerhalb
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IMPORTANT1* wichtig
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||TO-CLOSE2C schloss
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||NEW1A neuschwa{n}stein
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||STONE10B
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That’s close to Füssen.
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||$NAME füssen
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CLOSE-BY1A
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Then, the concentration camp Dachau.
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||DACHAU1* dachau
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||$ALPHA1:K-Z* k-z
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Ah well, that’s so dramatic.
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$GEST-OFF^*
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||BEING-FRUSTRATED1*
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$GEST^ dramat{isch}
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If the person thinks it’s interesting, why not?
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||IF-OR-WHEN1* wenn
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||ON-PERSON1^*
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EXCITEMENT3 [MG]
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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One can leave the decision to them.
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||TO-DECIDE1A* entscheiden
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||IF-OR-WHEN1* wenn
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||QUESTION1 frag
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||$GEST-OFF^
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||NEED1* bedarf
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||AND2A*
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Then, definitely a trip to Chiemsee and/
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AND2A* und
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||$LIST1:3of3d
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||$ALPHA1:C* chiemsee
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||LAKE5*
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||TRIP4 ausflug
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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||AND7* und
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That’s a lot of driving though, from here to there and back again.
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VERY6* [MG]
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$PROD*
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But one has a week time.
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LIKE7B* wie
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LIKE3B*
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$GEST-TO-PONDER1^*
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VERY6*
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||WEEK1A* eine woche
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:7d sieben
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DAY1B* tage
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One can just relax about it.
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LOOSE1 locker
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Hm, that’s true. $GEST-OFF^
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YES1A
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B stimmt
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Just as a relaxed day trip, in the evening one can go to Hofbräuhaus to party.
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DAY1B* tagesausflug
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||TRIP4*
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LOOSE1 locker
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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||EVENING1* aben{d}
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TO-CELEBRATE1*
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||TO-RECOMMEND1B empfo{hlen}
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||$ALPHA1:H hofhaus
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||WARM2B^
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||HOUSE1A*
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Yes, to the party at the Hofbräuhaus, right.
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TO-CELEBRATE1* [MG]
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YES2
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$ALPHA1:H h-b
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The Hofbräuhaus is close to the city center, I suggest it to everyone to party.
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$ALPHA1:B
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||$ALPHA1:H h-b
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PARTY1A
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A
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||CLOSE-BY2B
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||CITY2 stadt
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||MIDDLE2A mitte
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||CLOSE-BY2B
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Or go to a beer garden to drink beer.
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TO-CELEBRATE1* [MG]
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TO-WORK1^ biergarten
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||TO-RECOMMEND1B empfohl
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||ALL1A*
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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GARDEN2
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$GEST^
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Right, to show the beer culture.
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||THERE1*
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TO-DRINK1
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||TO-SHOW1A zei{gen}
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BEER3
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$GEST^
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||BEER3* bier
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One can walk through the English garden.
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||MEANING1* bedeu{tung}
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ENGLAND4* englisch
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||CULTURE1A* kult{ur}
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GARDEN2 garten
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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TO-GO-FOR-A-WALK1 spazieren
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ENGLAND4* englisch
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Can you say a little more about those things?
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GARDEN2*
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To the Chinese tower.
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$GEST^ garten
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||CHINA2 chinesisch
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||TOWER1* turm
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What is the English garden, exactly, for example? And how do you imagine the program for someone who has no idea about any of it?
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Yes, of course.
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YES2*
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MINUTE2^
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One can sit outside by the lake and order a liter of beer.
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OUTSIDE1* draußen
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LAKE5* see
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$GEST^ [MG]
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CAN2A kann
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BEER3 bier
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MEASURE2B* maß
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TO-ORDER1A* bestellen
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$PROD*
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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A pretzel and some Obatzda [Bavarian cheese spread] to eat.
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PRETZEL2* brezel
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$GEST-OFF^
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||SIDE-DISH1
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$GEST^
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$ALPHA1:O-B-A-T-Z- A obatzda
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2*
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Or some pork roast, roast chicken or spare ribs.
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$PROD*
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||PIG2* schwein{e}braten
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD1* ess ||TO-BAKE2
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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CORN2^* hendl
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And there’s also pork roast with dumplings, yes.
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$GEST-OFF^
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PIG2* schweinebraten
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TO-ROAST-OR-TO-FRY1*
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RIB1B*
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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BALL-SPHERE1A^ knödel
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RIB1B* rippe
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$GEST-OFF^
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YES2
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There’s a sort of law in Bavarian beer gardens.
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||TO-PRESS-LEVER1A^* ja
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||HERE1
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||STATUTE1D
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||$GEST-TO-PONDER1^*
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||BAVARIA1* bayern
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||AREA1A*
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It’s not true for beer gardens in restaurants.
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||BEER3* biergarten
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||GARDEN2
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||RESTAURANT1* restaurant
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||NO1B^
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In the open beer gardens, one is allowed to bring one’s own food.
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OPEN1* o{ffen}
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LIKE3A* wie
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OPEN1 off{en}
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||LIKE6* wie
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||BEER3* biergarten
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||AREA1A^*
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PERMISSION2
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||TO-EAT-OR-FOOD1* essen
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||ALLOWED5 darf
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||SELF1A selbst
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||TO-BRING-ALONG2* mitnehmen
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One can even take a tablecloth.
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TO-BLANKET3^ [MG]
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One only has to purchase beer at the beer garden.
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||BUT1* aber
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||DUTY1* pflicht
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||MUST1A* muss
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||MUST1A*
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||TO-BUY1A kauf
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The beer, yes. ||BEER3 bier
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BEER3 bier
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$PROD*
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YES2*
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TO-OBTAIN1^* darf
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That’s why it’s called ‘beer garden‘.
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THEREFORE1
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I like that.
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QUOTATION-MARKS1*
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||WEIRD1^ [MG]
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||BEAUTIFUL4 schön
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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BEER3 biergarten
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A-MOMENT-AGO1 [MG]
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$INDEX1
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One has to buy the beer, the rest is completely up to oneself.
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||BEER3 bier
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||$PROD*
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||TO-EAT-OR-FOOD1 es{sen}
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||TO-BRING-ALONG2* mitnehmen
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||ALL2A
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||DISTINCT3 versch{ieden}
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Sometimes there are people who bring a salad and make it nice and cozy for themselves with a tablecloth and candles. ||YOU1
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$PROD*
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SALAD1* salat
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TABLECLOTH1 decke
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||BEAUTIFUL1A schö{n}
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||TO-MAKE1* mach
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||CANDLE2A kerz
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$PROD*
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That’s all possible and I think that’s lovely.
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ALSO1A* auch
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PERMISSION2* erlaubt
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POSSIBLE1B möglich
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ALREADY1A schon
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||NAME2^*
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||BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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One doesn’t have to purchase the food at the beer garden.
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||TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2 essen
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||TO-BUY1A* kauf
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MUST1A* mu{ss} nic{ht}
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One can just bring something that’s tasty to them.
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||MY1*
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||TASTE1 geschmack
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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The atmosphere is great, people are laughing and in a good mood.
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||BEAUTIFUL1A schö{n}
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||TERRITORY1* viel
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PEOPLE2* l{eute}
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||HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1* wie
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PEOPLE2* leute
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TO-SWARM1
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TO-LOOK-AT6^*
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||MOOD4 stimmung
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$GEST-OFF^
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||ALL1A* alle
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||TO-LAUGH1* lachen
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||LIKE3A* wie
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||EVIL4 [MG]
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ZERO4 null
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$GEST-OFF^
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There are always big trees in the beer gardens. It’s nice and cool to sit in the shade underneath them.
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||MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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TYPICAL1 typ{isch}
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TREE5 baum
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TO-PUT1*
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Yes, that’s true.
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YES2 stimmt
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||WELL1 wohl
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||$GEST-OFF^
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Without the trees, it wouldn’t be that nice.
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WITHOUT1 ohne
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There are also fairy lights and lanterns to give some light.
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TREE5 baum
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LAMP1A lampe
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CAN1* [MG]
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$PROD*
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||$GEST-OFF^
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LIGHT1 laterne
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LIGHT-BULB1^*
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LAMP1A lampe
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TO-PUT1*
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$ORAL^ stimm Everyone - young and old - loves to go to the beer garden.
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||ALL1A alle
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||YOUNG2* ju{gend}
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||UNTIL1* bis
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PROTECTION2B^ al{t}
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||TO-LIKE2*
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TO-COME1* komm komm komm
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They meet up to chat.
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||TO-MEET1* treffe
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||THERE1*
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TALK2A* unterhal{ten}
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One just agrees on a time and meets in the usual spot.
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TO-MEET2A trefft
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||$INDEX1 [MG]
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||TIME1* [MG]
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||OR1* oder
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||REGULAR4B* stammplatz
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||PLACE1
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1^* [MG]
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It’s almost a tradition.
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||ALWAYS1A* immer
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||TRADITION2A [MG]
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How many beer gardens are there in Munich, total?
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MUNICH1A* münchen
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OVERALL1A
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HOW-MUCH5* wie viel
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BEER3 biergarten
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GARDEN2*
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HOW-MUCH5* wie viel
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Very many.
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$ORAL^ ||$GEST-OFF^*
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||MUCH-OR-MANY1A*
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But the big and well-known ones are/
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||STOP1^
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This huge, known one would be the Hirschgarten [restaurant with the largest beer garden in Munich and possibly the world].
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$INDEX1
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BIG3A gro{ß}
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||BEER3* bier
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$GEST^
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WELL-KNOWN4* bekannt
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DEAR1* hirschgarten
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||YOU1*
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… the Hirschgarten and/
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$GEST^
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||DEAR2* hirschgarten
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GARDEN2
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… in the English garden by the Chinese tower/
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||AND2A* und
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||$LIST1:2of2d
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ENGLAND4* englisch
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||$GEST-TO-PONDER1^*
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GARDEN2* garten
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CHINA1 china
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… the Augustiner beer garden close to central station.
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||AUGUSTINIAN1 augustiner
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$INDEX1 stimmt
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||$MORPH-MAIN1B hauptbahnhof
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The third one is in the English garden. These are the biggest ones.
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BIG7* oder groß
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||BIG7* groß
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One that’s a bit smaller is by the Max-Weber-square, just around the corner.
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There are quite a few.
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A smaller one is by the Michaelibad [indoor swimming pool].
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$ALPHA1:M-X max
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$ALPHA1:W weber
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$ALPHA1:M-X max
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$ALPHA1:W weber
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PLACE6A platz
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Right, at the Max-Weber-square, that’s also a Hofbräu one.
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BEER3 bier
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AREA1A^
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There are quite a few more.
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The biggest beer garden is the one in the English garden, I think.
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||BIG7* groß
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||MOST1B*
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||ENGLAND4* englischer
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||GARDEN2* garten
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What else would you do?
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If it worked out and the visitors came in the end of September, beginning of October, I would of course take them to Oktoberfest.
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^*
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IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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||TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1B*
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||TO-MATCH1* pass
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||MONTH1* monat
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||SEPTEMBER2A* s{eptember}
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||END1B ende
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||SEPTEMBER2A* sept{ember}
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||BEGINNING1A anfan{g}
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||OCTOBER5 okto{ber}
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||WOULD-BE1 wäre
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TOGETHER1A*
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||TO-GO-THERE2
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OKTOBERFEST1 oktoberfest
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Seven days of Oktoberfest, that’s it.
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YES2*
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The Oktoberfest is a must.
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||DUTY1* pflicht
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:7 sieben
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DAY1A tag
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OKTOBERFEST1* oktoberfes{t}
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CELEBRATION3A oktoberfest
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FINISH1*
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DONE1B fertig
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What is the Oktoberfest?
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There are beer tents at Oktoberfest.
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CELEBRATION3A* oktoberfest
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IN3
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THERE-IS3 es gibt
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$LIST1:1of1d
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BEER3 bierzelt
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TENT1
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$PROD*
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They are basically ‘beer gardens in a house‘.
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QUOTATION-MARKS1* [MG]
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BEER3* biergarten
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GARDEN2*
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DOWN1^ im
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HOUSE1A* haus
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QUOTATION-MARKS1
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There are carrousels, rollercoasters, ghost trains, merry-go-rounds and many more things.
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OR5* oder
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ROUNDABOUT1* karussell
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$GEST-OFF^*
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$LIST1:2of2d
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There are different things there.
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$GEST-OFF^*
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||DISTINCT2B [MG]
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:8d achterbahn
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WAVE2^*
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SPIRIT1* geisterbahn
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TRAIN2B^*
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$GEST^
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CHILD2* kinderkarussell
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ROUNDABOUT1
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There is one ride that has had a long tradition - it’s called the Devil’s Wheel.
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||OR1* oder
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$GEST^
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1^* gib
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||TRADITION2A tradition
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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DISTINCT1* verschieden
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$GEST^
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||OLD5A alt
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DEVIL2 teufelsrad
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||CIRCLE2*
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It’s very old but still remains extremely popular.
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||$INDEX1
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||OLD3* alt
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||TRADITION2A tradi{tion}
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||A-WHOLE-LOT2* [MG]
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d ein
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Everyone goes there even though it’s actually pretty simple.
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1^* [MG]
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||AND2A* und
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1* [MG]
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||VERY4 sehr
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||MY1* mein
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||CONTENT3
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||EASY1 einfach
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One has to stay put on a turning ‘plate’ and try not to fly off, even if others interfere.
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||CIRCLE2* [MG]
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$PROD* [MG]
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Yes, there’s a rope, too.
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||TO-PULL2 [MG]
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YES2*
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ROD1B* seil
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||TO-HOLD-ON1* festhalten
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$PROD*
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1* wie
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$PROD*
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||TO-KICK-OUT1* raus
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The last one who remains sitting wins.
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1 ein
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||LAST1A letzt
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||GAIN1
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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Yes. The spectators create a really good atmosphere, too.
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YES2*
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TO-WATCH1^*
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TO-LOOK-AT7^
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||MOOD4 stimmung
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||AMBIANCE5*
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That’s been the tradition for five years.
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||TRADITION2A [MG]
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||ALREADY1B* schon
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||OVER-OR-ABOUT1* über
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:5 fünf
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||YEAR2A jahr
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||$GEST-OFF^
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And of course, there are sweets.
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||AND2A* und
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||SWEET1^* süßigkeit
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You can get cotton candy or candied almonds.
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||SUGAR1A zuckerwatte
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||$PROD
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||OR5* oder
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||TONSILS1A* mandel
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||$PROD* [MG]
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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There are souvenirs to buy everywhere, like hats, for example.
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||THERE-IS3* gibt
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$GEST-TO-PONDER1^
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||MEMORY-OR-REMINDER2 erinnerung
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THING1* sache
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||TO-TAKE-SB-OR-STH-ALONG2* a
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HAT2* hut
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||OR5 oder
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And the Ferris wheel.
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$GEST-OFF^*
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YES2
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There are gingerbread hearts/
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ALSO1A auch
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HEART2* herz
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BIG3B^ riese{n}ra{d}
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ROUND3A^*
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… gingerbread hearts and the Ferris wheel, exactly.
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HEART2* he{rz}
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BIG3B^ riesenrad
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||ROUND3A^*
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$INDEX1
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One has a great view from there.
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||TO-OBSERVE4* [MG]
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||SUPER1*
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I would definitely recommend that.
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||TO-RECOMMEND1B empfohl
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||THERE1
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One can see the whole Oktoberfest from there and explain everything.
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||MEASURE5A^ riesenrad
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||ROUND3A^*
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||OVERVIEW2B* überblicken
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CLEAR1D klar
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EVERYHTING1B alles
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CELEBRATION3A* oktoberfest
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||WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1 was
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Yes, one can see masses of people.
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||AREA1A^*
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YES2
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TO-LOOK-AT1
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AREA1D^*
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YES2
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A gingerbread heart is always a nice gift for one’s partner.
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||AND2A* und
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||$GEST-ATTENTION1^*
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||BEAUTIFUL1A schö{n}
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GIFT1* gesch{enk}
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||BOYFRIEND-GIRLFRIEND1 [MG]
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A gingerbread heart, yes, and cotton candy.
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HEART2* herz
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HEART2^* lebkuch{enherz}
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimm
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||$ALPHA1:L lebkuchen
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||CAKE5*
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HEART2^* lebkuch{enherz}
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HEART2*
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WITH1A mit
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SUGAR3 zuckerwatte
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$PROD*
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YES1A
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Do gingerbread hearts only exist at Oktoberfest?
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HEART2^* lebkuch{enherz}
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If one meets up/
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SOLE1* einzig
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QUOTATION-MARKS1^ [MG]
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$INDEX1
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||TO-MEET1 treffen
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||QUOTATION-MARKS1^
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SOLE1* einz{ig}
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$INDEX1
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HEART2^* lebkuch{enherz}
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AREA1A* [MG]
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They were originally only sold at Oktoberfest, but then others started copying them.
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THERE-IS3* [MG]
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||THERE-IS3* gibt nicht
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||SOLE1 einz{ig}
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||$INDEX1
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||$INDEX1
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||ONLY2A* nu{r}
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SOMEWHERE1^*
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Yes, it was copied. OFF6* ab ab ab ab
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COPY1A kopie
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YES2* ja
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Originally, they only existed at Oktoberfest.
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YES1A*
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||$INDEX1*
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||TO-ORIGINATE1 [MG]
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||TO-BELONG1*
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OKTOBERFEST1 oktoberfest
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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There’s always a very peaceful atmosphere when meeting others at Oktoberfest.
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||AND2A und
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||$INDEX1
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||QUOTATION-MARKS1^
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||HERE1 [MG]
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||LIKE3A* wie
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||TO-MEET1* treffen
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1*
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LIKE6 wie
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PEACE1 friede
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||FINISH1
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TOGETHER1C* zusamm
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TO-CELEBRATE1* feier
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Of course there are also some issues because of the alcohol.
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||THERE-IS3* gib
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||ALCOHOL1* [MG]
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||$GEST-OFF^
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But I would call them exceptions.
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||OUTDOORS1B ausnahme
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||EXCEPTION1B*
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||TO-SLIDE-OR-TO-PUSH2*
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Most of the problems come from jealousy.
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||REASON4B [MG]
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||MOST1A* meist
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JEALOUS2 eifersüchtig
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||$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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At the first-aid station, one can see the number of people who get hospitalized.
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$INDEX1
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1^
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BEST1 [MG]
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CROSS-UPPER-ARM1^
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$PROD*
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WHERE1A* wo
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CROSS-UPPER-ARM1^
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TO-LOOK3*
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TO-LOOK1*
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HOW-MUCH5* wie viele
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TRANSPORT2A*
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That’s always a lot of people.
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HOW-MUCH5*
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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$GEST-DECLINE1^* Most of them get sent in as so called ‘Bierleiche’ [lit. beer corpse; someone being dead drunk due to too much beer].
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||$INDEX1
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||MOST1A [MG]
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||NAME3^ nummer
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d eins
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||BEER3 bierleiche
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||CORPSE1
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The second biggest group is that of people with blood on their faces who got hurt in fistfights.
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||NAME3^* nummer
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d* zwei
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||TO-THRASH1
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||BLOOD1D* blut
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Injuries in general.
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INJURY1A verletzung
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$GEST^
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Unconscious people who collapsed due to the heat.
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CLEAR1A*
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FAINT1*
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$GEST-OFF^*
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||$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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||IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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||SUN-BEATS-DOWN1A* heiß
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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FAINT1 kollaps
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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If the weather is nice, the atmosphere is overwhelmingly great, but on the weekend, it’s packed.
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||IF-OR-WHEN1 wenn
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||BEAUTIFUL5 schön
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||WEATHER6B wetter
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||MOOD4 stimm
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||OVERWHELMED1 [MG]
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||FINISH1
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||FULL9* v{oll}
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||ONLY2A* nur
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||WEEKEND3 wochenende
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FULL9 voll
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||FINISH1*
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1*
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By the entries to the beer tents one can always see a sign then that says ‘overcrowded‘.
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||OR5* oder
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||BEER3* bierzelt
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TENT2*
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||$INDEX1*
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||ENTRANCE2A
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HEADING1^*
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||OFTEN3* oft
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If it’s sold out, one has to have a reservation. ||OVER-OR-ABOUT1* über
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SOLD-OUT1 ausverkauft
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FAST3^* voll
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MUST1A muss
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BEFOREHAND4* vorher
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HEADING1^*
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TO-MAKE-RESERVATIONS1
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It gets harder and harder to book a seat.
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||NOW3* jetzt
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HEAVY1B* schwer schwer schwer
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Three, four years ago, it was still way easier.
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||PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1* früher
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d drei
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:4d vier
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EASY-OR-LIGHT1* leich{t}
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||PLACE1 platz
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TO-OBTAIN3
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Now the search for a place is annoying, it’s best to get there before ten in the morning.
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NOW3* jetz{t}
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HEAVY1B schwer
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||TO-TRY1 such
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||FIGHT1A* ka{mpf}
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||MUST1A mu{ss}
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It’s because people’s mobility gets better and better. EARLY3A* früh
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CLEAR1A* klar
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:10 ze{hn}
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BECAUSE1* w{eil}
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||TO-COME1* ko{mmen}
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1 früher
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MOBILITY1B mobil
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AREA1A* bereich
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TO-NEED1*
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1* wie
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BEEN1 gewesen
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One can come to Munich with the train or a plane from anywhere; many people do that.
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TRAIN2A* zug
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TO-COME1
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AIRPLANE2D* flugzeug
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BIT3 bissch{en}
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CAN2A kann
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MORE1 mehr
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1^*
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$GEST-OFF^*
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That’s why it gets packed more quickly.
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THEREFORE1* deshalb
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BAD-OR-STALE2B^ voll
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FAST3A schnell
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$GEST-OFF^*
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More and more tourists come, as well.
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||NOW2* jetzt
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||MORE3* mehr
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TOURIST1* touristen
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TO-COME1*
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The German visitors get less and less.
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OVER-OR-ABOUT1^ auf
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ON-PERSON1
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||SELF1B selbst
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||GERMAN1* deutsch
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LITTLE-BIT7A immer we{niger} we{niger} we{niger} we{niger}
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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They’ve already had enough of it.
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TO-DROP-OR-TO-GIVE-UP8 ab
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||ALREADY1A* scho{n}
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||ENOUGH2 genug
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||$GEST-OFF^
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The elderly visitors get less, too.
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||OLD9* alt
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ALWAYS1A* immer
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LITTLE-BIT7A we{nig} we{nig} we{nig}
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Everyone complains about the noise.
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||ALL1A alle
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LOUD2 zu laut
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$GEST-OFF^
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It used to be more comfortable with the Bavarian music.
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||PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1 früh
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COZY2* gemü{tlich}
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||GUITAR2 [MG]
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||AND2A* und
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||BAVARIA1 bay{ern}
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Nowadays, there’s more and more modern music.
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NOW3* jetzt
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MORE1*
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||MODERN1A mod{ern}
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||GUITAR2* [MG]
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People are dancing on the tables like crazy people.
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$PROD* [MG]
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$PROD* [MG]
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$PROD* [MG]
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That’s not what it used to be like.
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||PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1* früh
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NEVER2A* niema{ls}
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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Weird.
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WEIRD2 [MG] My father told me that that didn’t exist twenty or thirty years ago.
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||BEFORE2 vor
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A^* zwanzig
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A^* dreizig
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||YEAR2A
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||PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1* jahr
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||TO-LET-KNOW1A* sagen
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||THERE-IS3* gib
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||NOT-ANYMORE1A* nicht
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||ALL1A
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At the beginning of Oktoberfest, there’s always this parade with music and stuff.
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1^*
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YOU1*
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CERTAIN1* bestimmt
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^
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CELEBRATION3A* oktoberfest
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BEFOREHAND4*
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BEGINNING1A* anfang
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ALWAYS1A immer
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TRIP2^ [MG]
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VIOLINE1^*
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MUSIC1* musik
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TO-PLAY-THE-FLUTE1
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TRIP2^ [MG]
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What’s it called again?
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1* wie
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NAME2*
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WORD3 wie heiß
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Oktoberfest march?
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CELEBRATION3A* oktoberfest I forgot.
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I1
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TO-MARCH1 marsch
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||TO-FORGET1* verg{essen}
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The parade, you’re right, it has a special name.
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CELEBRATION1A* festumzug
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||$ALPHA1:U-N
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$GEST-TO-PONDER1^ aber
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EXACTLY2 [MG]
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||NAME2 name
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||WORD1*
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There’s one in the beginning and then a second one.
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BEGINNING1A* anfang
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||AND2A* und
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$NUM-ORDINAL1:2d zweite
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Right, a march.
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YES2
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TO-MARCH1 The first one is more well-known.
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||$NUM-ORDINAL1:1d erst
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||WELL-KNOWN3A bekannt
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||$INDEX1*
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All Bavarian regions are represented.
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EVERYHTING1B alles
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||DIALECT1^* region
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||BAVARIA1 bay{ern}
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They wear their typical clothes and carry flags that show where the group is from.
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TO-DRESS-UPPER-BODY1C anzug
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WITH1A* mit
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DEMONSTRATION1*
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HEADING1
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From Munich, for example, or Rosenheim or Upper Bavaria.
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||FROM7* aus
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||ABOVE3A^ oberbayern
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||BAVARIA1
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||OR5* oder
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||MUNICH1A* mün{chen}
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OR5 oder
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Yes, the villages, exactly. ||ROSE2 rosenheim
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VILLAGE3 dorf
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AREA1A*
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All the villages from the regions represent themselves.
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||VILLAGE3 dorf
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||TO-SHOW1A*
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Every Sunday or maybe just the second Sunday, a lot of musicians perform at the Bavaria Statue.
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ALSO1A* auch
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YES1A
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||CERTAIN1* besti{mmt}
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||TO-BELIEVE2B glaube
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||EVERYONE1A* jede
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SUNDAY2 sonntag
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||OR6A* oder
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||$NUM-ORDINAL1:2d zweit
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SUNDAY2 sonntag
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LION2 löwe
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They’re all music ensembles, from the Hofbräuhaus, Hacker-Pschorr, Spaten, the Ochsenbraterei, the Augustiner and the Paulaner [brewery names].
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||AUGUSTINIAN1 augustiner
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Everyone meets up there and plays music together.
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When they’re done, they go to the Oktoberfest together and go to their respective tents.
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It’s always around ten or half past ten, they come every year.
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The opening of the Oktoberfest is always celebrated with the tapping of the first barrel of beer.
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