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I got such a positive reaction to the last video I translated that when I saw Jerrie had uploaded this new one, I just had to translate it for you again! To activate the subtitles, just click on the little icon to the left of the gear at the bottom of the video ʕ◕ᴥ◕ʔ

German Fashion Vocabulary

(Sidenote: this is one of the topics in AS/A Level German, so if you’re studying that, this might help)

modisch, schick - fashionable
modebewusst - fashion-conscious
altmodisch - old-fashioned
angesagt sein - to be in fashion (inf)
einem Trend folgen - to follow a trend
experimentieren - to experiment
der Stil(-e) - style
der Lebensstil(-e) - life-style
die Einstellung(-en) - attitude, outlook
die Designerkleidung - designer clothes
die Klamotten (pl) - clothes (inf)
sich identifizieren mit - to identify with
der Musikstil(-e), die Musikrichtung(-en) - style of music
seine Kleidung entspricht dem neuesten Trend - he dresses according to the latest trend
die innere Schönheit - inner beauty
in Mode sein - to be in fashion
sich modisch kleiden - to dress fashionably
der Stilbruch(ü-e) - break in style
am Puls der Zeit - keeps pace with the times, in touch with the latest trends
der Laufsteg(-e) - catwalk
der letzte Schrei - the latest craze
die Modenschau(-en) - fashion show
die Modeindustrie - the fashion industry
die Welt der Mode - the world of fashion

anonymous asked:

Yes, infixises are a thing in German. For example, the past participle is formed like this: machen (make) → ge-mach-t (made). They also exist in my language, Hungarian, to express the superlatives of adjectives, eg: nagy (big) → leg-nagy-obb (biggest). Lmao this doesn't have to do with anything but I'm also a nerd, and, like, the more you know I guess??

Dude!! I love Linguistic fun facts. I was instead talking about circumfixes, though. Does German have them? I might have mixed infixes and circumfixes up in that I can’t remember which my teacher was saying German had.