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Having problems describing things in English? Or expressing your opinion? Learn this Tip for English Speaking.
When you are asking a coworker to do a task do you tell them every little detail. Or do you tell them a little and understand that you have implied the rest?
In native English speaker’s conversation. They might overemphasise a fact. To make sure that their speaking partner definitely understands what they mean. Using as many words as possible to get their point across.
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It is common knowledge that within the German language there is a “word for everything”. In English that is not the case. So often an English speaker will speak an entire phrase. For something another language could say in a single word. Words like Drachenfutter. Which means an apology gift that you buy when you know a person may be angry with you. The most famous word English lacks from German is Schadenfreude. Which means to have a mean idea of what you find funny. Such as something unfortunate happening to someone. The closest word to Schadenfruede in English is black humour.
“What did you do this weekend?”
This is the difference between individualist and collectivist societies.
Once you see the difference between the two cultural contexts. You can start on using tips for how to improve your English speaking. Some great example exercises for learning how to speak in a low-context manner. Is provided in the ajoining video below on Youtube or Bitchute. There are English subtitles if needed.
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