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1. The aid appeal has galvanised the German business community.
2. He was born of / to German parents.
3. I find German grammar very difficult.
4. 'Can he speak German?' 'Yes, he's fluent.'
5. German leaders denounced the attacks and pleaded for tolerance.
6. She's a German who was naturalized in Canada.
7. Your knowledge of German may come in useful .
8. He speaks English,(sentencedict .com) but his native tongue is German.
9. She was fluent in English, French, and German.
10. Her mother is of German ancestry .
11. We've got a German au pair for six months.
12. Professor Hisamatsu spoke neither English nor German.
13. My work involves translating from German.
14. Her native language is German.
15. He was conscripted into the German army.
16. Can you translate this German letter for me?
17. She has a reading knowledge of German .
18. They were heading towards the German border.
19. First-year students may elect French, Spanish, or German.
20. First Airborne Division was heavily outgunned by German forces.
21. French and German were deemed essential.
22. German banks are more generous in their lending.
23. Rubella is just another name for German measles.
24. The German word for 'book', 'das Buch', is neuter.
25. The city of Boerne was established by German settlers in the 1840s.
26. The German Chancellor was anxious to assert his government's commitment to further European unity.
27. The fourth night of violence in the German city of Rostock was triggered by football supporters.
28. The German team scored a combined total of 652 points.
29. Hitler's original plan was to kill off all the German Jews.
30. Some people call English a mongrel language because it is a mixture of old German and French.
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