When we think about German, French and Spanish, we may think of them as the big three European languages that are often taught to us, often in rote form and translating random documents at school. I do remember learning French and Spanish to a certain degree (the former to GCSE level), but never had the chance to learn German.
Some people can imagine the German language to be a rather harsh sounding language where words can be hard to pronounce, but it’s a great language to learn and is quite logical to follow. It’s also a widely spoken language, with an estimated 90+ million speakers worldwide and a first language for many in the EU. So, here are some facts on German translation!