German writing is considered the most versatile language in the world.
Some experts have even suggested that it’s the language of future leaders.
It’s easy to read, easy to write, and can be spoken, spoken and sung in any way you want.
It has a very wide range of dialects, but Germans can also speak in one of several different dialects.
The difference is that they have no written rules to differentiate between them.
They are linguistically diverse, and the diversity is a huge factor in how well their languages work.
For example, the language spoken by the German minority in the United Kingdom is spoken by about 5 million people, and is the only one that can be considered a minority language.
German speaking people can be found all over the world, including in Canada, Australia, Japan, South Korea, and many other places.
Most of them speak German in some form or another, and have been for thousands of years.
There are also people who do not speak German, and who also have a German-speaking community.
What are some of the most common languages spoken in Germany?
German is the language that most people use.
There’s a huge variety of languages spoken across the globe.
However, one language has a special place in German life, and that is German.
Most Germans speak at least one of the three main German dialects (the dialects that form the basis for the German language), as well as the other three.
German is also a language spoken in many other parts of the world (mainly in North Africa, Scandinavia, and Eastern Europe).
But the language is not just a German one, and has many other cultural and political differences as well.
Some of the major differences between German and other languages are: German has more vowels than English and is pronounced more slowly