Living in Germany
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LIVING IN GERMANY
Ferhad from Syria
Hilal from Iraq
Constanze from Spain
Su from Turkey
Niki from Greece
Koriakes from Syria
Taha from Iraq
Anastasia aus der Ukraine
Umul aus Somalia
Shopping – Food – Drink
Where are the best places to shop in Germany?
Opening hours in Germany
Can I eat everything in Germany without hesitation?
What can you drink in Germany?
What if I become ill?
You can trust doctors
Why vaccinations are important
Pregnancy in Germany
Travelling by bus and train
Travelling long distances
Cycling: a healthy alternative
What is there to remember when driving a car?
You need a driving licence
What should I do if there is a traffic accident?
Children enjoy special protection
Learning German easily by playing with other children
The German school system
Parents are needed!
Tip: Migrationsberatung (migration advice service)
Tip: Migration services for young people
Where else can I find support?
How can I take part in an integration course ("Integrationskurs")?
How can I learn German for my profession?
How can I learn German myself?
Can I look for my own accommodation?
What is there to remember when looking for a flat?
Write down everything during the handover (“Übergabe”)
What rules are laid down in the house rules (“Hausordnung”)?
We are all equal
Marriage and other relationships
What should I do if there are crises, arguments or violence at home?
Social interaction between men and women
Political and Legal Order
The German constitution
Police: friends and helpers
The Media in Germany
Freedom of religion
A variety of religions
Religious education in schools
Joining in: clubs in Germany
Home away from home
Young and active
Offers for sport fans
Protecting the environment and saving energy
How is rubbish separated in Germany?
Empty bottles don't go in the rubbish.
Where are you allowed to smoke in Germany?
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