Steph Cook was born near Munich, Germany, As a true Geopat, she moved to the UK in her twenties, met her English husband, had two kids, and moved to the U.S. 10 years ago. For the past 4 years, she's lived in Austin, Texas. She loves languages, multicultural living and the stories that emerge from talking about these experiences. You can read and hear these stories in her blog and her podcast with the same name: Transcontinental Overload. In this episode, we address 3 aspects of German that strike me (Geopats Steph) as strange. Her insights and humo(u)r about these differences is a sheer delight. You will never hear the German language in the same way again.
Steph Cook's Info:
-Steph's favorite online German dictionary: https://dict.leo.org/german-english/
-Geopats Language Podcast episode with the simultaneous Interpreter I (Geopats Steph) mentioned, Liz. https://www.stephfuccio.com/geopatslanguage/12
-The Transcontinental Overload episode with Geopats Steph:
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The audio was leveled with Auphonic, https://auphonic.com
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Serial expat who loves diving into the communicative messiness of a global life.