5 things I Love & Hate that Make Germany Great
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5 things I Love & Hate that Make Germany Great

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23 thoughts on “5 things I Love & Hate that Make Germany Great

  1. Maybe because our names are mostly very old, have real meaning and are rooted deeply in our culture.
    And it is simply stupid to give ur child a name that is a word for a thing or something without life. And maybe it's a backpack u give to your child…. Btw mercedes ist, a girls name. The mercedes was named after a woman.
    And when u are older and in the eyes of the law fully responsible for ur deeds u can change ur name. It's expensive, because a lot of administrational/bureaucracy work needs to be done. But it's possible.

  2. As far as car licences go, in Europe they can be expensive, in Slovenia you have to have 20-30 hours of practical driving done with an instructor, 25 – 30€ per hour, then it's the first aid exam an additional 75+€, you have to go to a doctor to give you an "all clear" to get your licence, another 75+€, then it's the final driving test with two instructors evaluating your skill, 200-300€, and in two years you have to do another test an additional 300-500€. So It is becoming somewhat of a luxury to have a drivers licence.

  3. Bro you are a leading example to anyone of us and especially to people who moved overseas…. fill in, contribute,and continue to make the world a better place..Sending the best wishes,German/Australian from Brisbane

  4. Man i love your vids… for me all those things are totally normal, because i dont really know any different. But now that you mention it… i can totally agree on that 😀 especially the drivers licence and vehicle inspection is not a daily expense…

  5. I think you chose the title very well. "Things I love & hate that make germany great" preety much describes germany very good: Even if there are things we would like to avoid (e.g. TÜV) those things mostly have an effect on keeping this machine called germany running smoothly and peacfully.

  6. Every year or so I find myself watching channels like yours.
    People coming from the US, for career, education or whatever reasons.

    It feels refreshing having one might take for granted being seen from a different prespective.

    Whereever you are in these troubled times, stay save.

  7. Ausbildung is actually an apprenticeship, not an internship. So it's basically a way of "studying". After you're done with school, you apply for an "Ausbildung" and if they think you're a good match for the specific job and the company, then you can start studying to be a nurse. But you don't study at a university, instead it's a dual system, where you work some of the time and go to a school the rest of the time. (The division of work and school depends on the profession you're learning and the school you're learning it at.) You actually do normally get paid for the hours you work (There's a few exception.) but you don't get a full salary, because you're obviously not actually able to really do the full job and because you're not working fulltime, either.
    There are 3 levels of school education and not all of them qualify you to study at a university, so then you can do an Ausbildung instead. And for some jobs it's just so important to learn while doing, that you can only study them in an apprenticeship-fomat. Say as a nuse: during your "Ausbildung" you slowly, step by step are taught how to take care of patience in practice, but there is always someone to supervise your work and make sure you're doing it correctly. And at the same time you learn the theoretical stuff, whenever you have a school-block.
    It's actually (in my opinion) a really neat system 🙂
    [Also, it's really hard to get into some university programs (for example medicine), but if you do an apprenticeship/Ausbildung in a similar field (for example nursing) first, that might help get you into the medical program.]

  8. I don't understand why this African American thing exists. Dude, you are born in the USA so you are an American.
    European Americans or Southamerica Amercians or Asian Americans doesn't exist. If your child get born here in Germany it becomes a German like me. Not an American German or African American German .. or however someone would call this

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