Queen Elizabeth II turned 92 today and a whole host of stars, including Tom Jones and Kylie Minogue, took to the stage to help the monarch celebrate. The Queen put out all the stops for her 92nd birthday and looked regal in a dazzling gold dress. Prince William was also pictured arriving at the celebrations with Harry and Meghan, and noticeably without his pregnant wife Kate , who is due to give birth to their third royal baby imminently. Prince Charles and his wife Camilla also enjoyed the concert, which featured Welsh crooner Tom Jones performing his hit 'It's not Unusual'.
Wishing Someone a Happy Birthday in German
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Do you have strong feelings about anything and everything? If you love it, it's krass. If you hate it, it's krass. If it makes you roll around on the floor laughing, it's krass. If it makes your hair stand on end with fear, yes you've guessed it, it's also krass. Feeling the adrenaline pump through your body as you plunge down a crazy rollercoaster?
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A man writes ich liebe dich, which translates to "I love you" underneath a red rose. Let's jump in at the deep end. There are a few different ways to drop the l-bomb in German, and it is important to choose the one which strikes the right note. Ich bin in dich verliebt is definitely only for a lover, but it isn't as serious as Ich liebe dich.
If you're going to speak the language, it's important to learn how to wish someone a happy birthday in German. Before giving birthday greetings, though, you need to know about an important cultural difference, especially among older Germans: Wishing a German a happy birthday before his special day is considered bad luck, so don't do it. And as for gifts and cards you may want to send, make sure to mark on the package that the recipient should open it only on his or her birthday or afterward—but never before. There are a number of ways to say happy birthday in German, but birthday wishes can vary widely whether they are spoken or written, or even depending on where the recipient resides in Germany.