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6 'fruity' German expressions

Published June 9, 2021last updated July 24, 2023

You'll probably need to bite into the sour apple to learn German properly! Here are different German expressions involving fruit to tickle your taste buds.

A mix of apples, pears, grapes and nuts.
Getting a taste of the German languageImage: Colourbox

There's nothing like biting into a piece of fruit that makes you feel like you're getting a taste of summer. So, as the weather heats up, why not learn some summery German expressions?

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We've brought you "Meet the Germans" articles and galleries in the past that have to do with everything from salt to cooking to nature and the elements.

Click through the gallery above to learn some phrases involving "fruit."

You'll find more from Meet the Germans on YouTube, Instagram and at dw.com/MeetTheGermans.

This is an updated text from one first published on June 9, 2021.

DW Editor and reporter Louisa Schaefer smiling into the camera.
Louisa Schaefer Culture editor and reporter based in Cologne/Bonn, originally from the US
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