Willkommen in deutschland!

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Beginner's guide to working in Germany

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Willkommen in deutschland!

  1. 1. Willkommen in Deutschland!
  2. 2. Welcome to Germany! In this web based tutorial, you will learn information about working in Germany that will assist you in adapting to the German culture. Let’s get started!
  3. 3. Getting There
  4. 4. The most efficient way to travel to Germany is by airplane flight into Frankfurt. Direct flights last around 9 hours and vary in price from $900 to $1600 depending on season. The most expensive season to fly is summer.
  5. 5. Once you have arrived in country, trains are a great way to navigate. DeutscheBahn is the leading provider of high speed rail in Germany and even parts of Austria. RailEurope also offers an unlimited pass to travel to any country in the European Union. Tickets cost about 100 Euros per 100 km distance, or about $150 per 60 miles.
  6. 6. German Lesson Train Station links Stop Haltestelle Left Bahnhof Right Notfall Emergency rechts
  7. 7. Berlin is the capital city and has the largest population – 3.5 million. Germany is on the same latitude as the Northern US. Temperature varies seasonally, from below freezing in the winter to warm and temperate in the summer.
  8. 8. Much like the USA, Germany is divided into regions that resemble states. Someone from Berlin might say they live in Brandenburg. Someone from Munich might call themselves Bavarian.
  9. 9. Quiz What is the capital of Germany? A. Berlin B. Munich C. Frankfurt D. Mannheim

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