Sit, Stay and Speak! 15 German Dog Commands for Both You and Spot to Learn

Are you the proud owner of a furry little friend? And are you learning German? If you answered yes to both of those questions, then we have great news for you—and Rex or Fido too! You can learn and practice new German words with your dog by training him or her to respond to German Hundekommandos (dog commands)! After all, daily training is important for both dogs and humans. Whether it’s training a dog or learning a foreign language, you need lots of practice. So why not combine the two? I

Safety First: Why we verify your ID

All of our customers need to verify their ID before making an investment. This helps establish a sense of mutual trust as well as ensure the safety of your investments. We are in complete compliance with the European GDPR privacy regulations and your identity will remain secure and strictly confidential at all times. As a regulated financial service provider, we must comply with two important laws regarding ID verification. The first is called the KYC (know your customer) policy. K

The Best Korean Restaurants In Berlin

A mother-daughter run restaurant, Furusato is known as much for its down to earth and friendly service as for its first rate Korean BBQ. This small restaurant has two guest rooms, which can be rented out for private parties of up to 90 people and come complete with karaoke machines and personally planned menus. Toss in a case or two of Korean Hite beer, and a night to remember is guaranteed. Although HoDoRi has the look of a second rate Chinese restaurant

Flights New York (JFK) - Taipei (TPE) | Vayama

Located in Queens, JFK is around 15 miles (23 km) from mid-town Manhattan. Taipei's Taoyuan Airport (TPE) is located roughly 25 miles (40 km) from downtown Taipei. 15 different airlines offer flights from New York (JFK) to Taipei (TPE). Direct flights are offered on this route by Eva Air and China Airlines. Additional airlines providing service include United Airlines, KLM, and Cathay Pacific. For direct flights, the flight distance is 7,808 miles. Total fligh

April Fools Day: The Best Pranks, Hoaxes, And Practical Jokes

As every school child knows, April Fools’ Day is the one day in a year when pranks, hoaxes, and practical jokes are the name of the game. Whether you go for an old classic, like putting salt in the sugar bowl, or think up something more creative, no one gets scolded for being mischievous on April 1. In honor of this day of light-hearted naughtiness, we’ve gathered a list of some of the best April Fools’ Day pranks, hoaxes, and practical jokes. Here goes. Dick Smith, a successful Australian bus

Berlin Tipping Etiquette: When to tip (and when not to) -

For a long time, Berlin was notorious for outrageously bad service. You often had to practically tackle a waiter to get the bill, and bartenders could be surly just out of principle. Luckily, customer service has improved in recent years. However, since service is included in the bill, you still don’t have to fork over the usual 15-20% like you would in The States. But that doesn’t mean you never have to tip. Tipping is still customary in Berlin, just done in a slightly different way than you

Stop Translating Stat! How to Start Thinking in German (And Get Fluent Faster!)

Something magical happens when you learn a new skill. It’s the difference between your first day at the wheel and a breezy cruise along the highway. Or between an accidental cannonball and a polished dive into the pool. Everything just clicks. You don’t need to consciously think about every step of what you’re doing. It’s the same magic that you need if you want to become truly fluent in German. You’ll need more than a stockpile of German vocabulary and grammar rules. You’ll need to know how

Berlin: Kreuzberg's best affordable sights, bars and eats

Located in former West Berlin, Kreuzberg is one of the city’s most popular and exciting neighborhoods. When the wall was up, the district was divided into two postal code areas, Kreuzberg 61 and SO36. Although these postal codes are no longer officially used, locals still use them to define the neighborhood’s two very distinct faces. Berliner’s often say “36 brennt, 61 pennt” (“SO36 is on fire, while 61 is asleep”). Although the saying doesn’t have the same ring in English as it does in German,