THE. Yes, it's all caps for DAS Fest!
Ine, tsvy, dry is one, two three. And g'zoo-fa? That means Drink Up!
This cheer is enthusiastically shouted at the end of every round of Ein Prosit.
*Make sure when you’re counting with your fingers in German, one is the thumb, two is thumb and forefinger, and three is thumb, forefinger, and middle finger.
Cheerful, cozy, friendly warm feeling
Traditional two part lederhosen socks men wear in Bavaria
The Marketplace, and it is DAS place to geschäft.
It's a long O. Cheers!
A rhythmic movement to the beat of a song, people link arms and sway side to side. It can be done standing or sitting. Need a visual?
Garments worn to represent and preserve a particular time period in history and a particular community standing.
So much to do!
Tsick-a Tsock-a Tsick-a Tsock-a, Hoy Hoy Hoy
Supposedly it means a toast, a toast, a cozy place. What we can tell you for certain is that it's chanted often, and really fun to say.
Together! Join in!
Is Google Translate 100% accurate? Well, not always. But are German words and phrases fun to learn, and even more fun to say when you're at DAS Fest USA? JA!