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Noch mehr deutsche Lehnwörter, die Sie kennen sollten


Wenn Sie diesen Blog schon länger lesen, wissen Sie, dass Lehnwörter (loan words) eines unserer Lieblingsthemen sind! Die deutsche Sprache hat dem Englischen eine Menge Lehnwörter gegeben, die wir hier und hier behandelt haben. Diese Blogs wurden allerdings in 2016 geschrieben (ist das zu glauben?) und es gibt noch so viel mehr deutsche Lehnwörter zu lernen! Wenn Sie schon immer wissen wollten, welche anderen deutschen Lehnwörter es im Englischen gibt, dann suchen Sie nicht weiter. Hier sind Sie richtig. Hier sind einige weitere deutsche Lehnwörter, die Sie unbedingt kennen sollten! Man hört sie im Englischen ständig und wir haben sie [...]

Noch mehr deutsche Lehnwörter, die Sie kennen sollten2021-12-29T18:58:09+01:00

Polnische Lehnwörter im Englischen


Welches ist Ihr Lieblingsland? In Europa ist eines der Länder, die ich am meisten mag, Polen. Ich war noch nicht sehr oft in Polen, aber wenn ich dort war, hat es mir immer gefallen. Polen ist ein wunderschönes Land mit ausgezeichnetem Essen. Zudem hat es dem Englischen einige Wörter geschenkt. Diese geliehenen Wörter nennen wir loanwords (Lehnwörter), welche eine gute Möglichkeit sind, eine Sprache zu lernen. Es gibt eine ganze Reihe von polnischen Lehnwörtern im Englischen, von denen mich einige überraschten, da ich keine Ahnung hatte, dass diese gebräuchlichen Wörter aus dem Polnischen stammen! Wenn Sie Ihr Englisch (oder vielleicht [...]

Polnische Lehnwörter im Englischen2021-08-25T11:19:44+01:00

Italienische Lehnwörter auf Englisch – Easy English


Italien hat der globalen Kultur eine Menge verschiedener Dinge gegeben. Das Essen, die Kunst, die Musik und die Geschichte Italiens sind auf der ganzen Welt (around the world) bekannt. Die Menschen lieben es, an den Wochenenden bei ihrem Lieblingsitaliener zu essen. Einige italienische Maler gehören zu den berühmtesten der Welt. Und die Römer haben uns viele Erfindungen (inventions) geschenkt! Da dies der Fall ist, macht es Sinn, dass italienische Lehnwörter im Englischen üblich sind. Hier bei Bespeaking lieben wir Lehnwörter und wir lieben Italien! Wir freuen uns, dass wir uns diese Woche auf eine unserer Lieblingssprachen konzentrieren können. Diese Woche [...]

Italienische Lehnwörter auf Englisch – Easy English2021-03-31T15:43:26+01:00

Persian Loan Words in English


English is such a wonderful mix of all different languages.  Many words in English come from different languages, and we call these words loan words. One language we get many loan words from is Persian. Persian and English are actually related languages, since they're both part of the Indo-European language family. So it's no surprise that we share lots of words. Additionally (also), we're so excited to now be offering Persian lessons with Bespeaking! Because we're so happy to be offering Persian lessons, we've decided to take a look at Persian loan words in English. There are so many great Persian loan words, some of [...]

Persian Loan Words in English2020-06-11T15:59:43+01:00

Chinese Loan Words in English


We love talking about loan words in English. The history of where English gets many of its words is just so fascinating (very interesting)! We get so many words from other languages, but one often overlooked (not seen, not thought about, forgotten about) group are Chinese loan words. Chinese loan words in English are particularly interesting because many of them are literal (direct) translations from Chinese. Some of these Chinese loan words (or phrases, in some cases) are words or phrases we use every day and may never have imagined that they come from another language. If you're curious (want to know more) about Chinese loan words in English, keep [...]

Chinese Loan Words in English2020-04-09T11:21:15+01:00

Arabic Loan Words in English


One of my favorite things about English is how it's a wonderful hodge-podge (a big mix) of many different languages. The words we use every day have all different origins: some from Latin, some from Yiddish, some from French, and some from Spanish. One language that may not come to mind immediately when thinking about the origins of English words is Arabic, but many of our most common words come from this language. With this in mind, we decided to look at Arabic loan words in English.   If you're as interested in loan words as we are, check out [...]

Arabic Loan Words in English2020-01-23T14:14:20+01:00

Dutch Loan Words


When you think of the Netherlands, what do you picture? Do you think of tulips, windmills, bicycles, and canals? Or do you think of the Dutch masters and van Gogh? Did you know that about 1% of English words come from Dutch, and that there are many Dutch loan words in English? A couple of them may surprise you. Check out the most popular Dutch loan words below! Aloof Aloof comes to English from the Middle Dutch word lof, which means a windward direction. Nowadays, we use the word aloof to talk about someone who is cold or distant and may not seem very friendly. [...]

Dutch Loan Words2019-11-14T09:02:02+01:00

Japanese Loan Words in English


Japan is one of those countries that always seems so far away. Travelling to Japan has been on my bucket list (something you want to do) for years, and I really hope I make it there one day. Luckily for us though, there are many Japanese loan words in English that help Japan feel just a little closer. One of my favorite things in English is how many words we have borrowed from other languages- German, French, Yiddish, Spanish, Latin and Scandinavian. They help make English unique, and may even inspire you to learn a new language! If you're looking for some motivation, or just curious to learn some [...]

Japanese Loan Words in English2019-08-22T09:22:46+01:00

Loan Words from Irish


Loan Words from Irish If you've been following Bespeaking for any length (long) of time, you know that we love our loan words! Loan words are always fascinating (really interesting) because they help to show how languages work together and borrow (take) from each other... especially English. This week, in honor of St. Patrick's Day, we thought we would focus on some loan words from Irish. Some of you may not know that Irish is its own language, not just an accent spoken by the Irish people! We get some very interesting and useful words from the Irish language. So, if you've been looking to expand [...]

Loan Words from Irish2019-06-17T12:47:11+01:00

Portuguese Loan Words


Portuguese Loan Words The history of Portuguese and English is long and storied. Many of the Portuguese loan words we have in English today are from the Age of Discovery, when Portuguese explorers (people who travelled the world to “discover” new land) were coming to the New World and interacting (talking) with sailors from all over the world. If you've been wanting to learn Portuguese, then you're in luck! With our blog, you'll be well on your way with all of the Portuguese loan words we have in English, and Bespeaking now offers Portuguese lessons. To help you get started with your new Portuguese adventure, check [...]

Portuguese Loan Words2019-06-17T13:02:42+01:00

Russian Loan Words: 9 Words We Get from Russian


9 Russian Loan Words When I was a little kid, the animated (cartoon) movie version of Anastasia came out in theaters and it quickly became one of my favorite movies. (To this day, I can still sing along to (sing with) all of the songs.) Ever since Anastasia came out, St. Petersburg, Russia has been (Present perfect tense!) on my bucket list of places to go. So, you can say that I've always had an affinity for Russian loan words in English.   Loan words are an important part of the English language, since English is a language that has grown [...]

Russian Loan Words: 9 Words We Get from Russian2019-06-17T13:09:54+01:00

English Words Used in German – Eingedeutscht!


English Words in German - Eingedeutscht! One of the wonderful things about language, in my opinion, is how flexible it is. Languages borrow words from other languages all the time, making the way we speak and write a beautiful hodge-podge (mixture) of different slang, verbs, and nouns. While English definitely borrows (takes, uses) some words from German, there are quite a few English words used in German, too. A lot of them keep the same meaning, like when my friends ask me if I'll joinen (join) them for something, but sometimes the meaning changes somewhat. Naturally, the Germans have a word for this phenomenon, too: eingedeutscht. Here [...]

English Words Used in German – Eingedeutscht!2019-06-17T13:19:17+01:00
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