Justin Marshall P3 Germany

Germany is a country in Europe. I am going to use the following traits to explain what makes up Germany. Government Economics Religion Language History Clothing Food Geography
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Language: Kids in  Germany use alphabet charts like this one to Learn and speak German.

Language: Kids in Germany use alphabet charts like this one to Learn and speak German.

Government: The constitution in Germany is a big but important book. Anybody who works for the Government in Germany must follow the rules in it or they will lose their job.

Government: The constitution in Germany is a big but important book. Anybody who works for the Government in Germany must follow the rules in it or they will lose their job.

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Germany: This is a land use map of Germany. The land is used mostly for farming which is in Green on this map.

Germany: This is a land use map of Germany. The land is used mostly for farming which is in Green on this map.

Language: Kids in Germany are required to take English as a subject. The language they teach there differs just a little to the actual language.

School Children of Germany - Bing Images

Religion:This is a Roman Catholic priest. Only 20% of Germans are Roman Catholic,but they take pride in it.

Religion:This is a Roman Catholic priest. Only of Germans are Roman Catholic,but they take pride in it.

Geography: The highest peak in Germany is Zugspitze located in the southern Alps. The peak is 2701 Meters.

Zugspitze, the highest peak in Germany, forms the border between Germany and Austria.

Food: These are three of the main items that Germans eat. Schnitzel sandwich, Sausage and A warm beer. They are eaten mostly at Oktoberfest.

German food article describes everything related to German food, German national cuisine and original German food recipes.

Food: The way that Germans are taught to eat is continental style. You hold the For kin your left and the knife in the right hand with your wrists on the table.

To correct for the FORK: turn the fork tines side up to cut. Place the index finger on the back of the fork. For the KNIFE: Use the index finger to steady the blade.

Clothing: This is a traditional Leuderhaisen, women usually wear them to parties or festivals and is usually red or green.

Clothing: This is a traditional Leuderhaisen, women usually wear them to parties or festivals and is usually red or green.

Clothing: When Germans go out anywhere they typically wear dark colors and are very well dressed. If you are sloppy it is considered  inappropriate.

Clothing: When Germans go out anywhere they typically wear dark colors and are very well dressed. If you are sloppy it is considered inappropriate.

History: In 1870 there was a big war for independence that took place in Germany. Germany won and in 1871 Germany became an official country.

Prussia defeats Austria at Koeniggratz, 3 July 1866 (painting by Christian Sell).

Economy: In 2002 the Euro became the German currency. One Euro is converted to $1.37 in the United states.

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Economy: Since 2008 Germany has been the  world leader in car exports. Since then Germany has made 675 billion dollars from cars.

Economy: Since 2008 Germany has been the world leader in car exports. Since then Germany has made 675 billion dollars from cars.

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