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Germans do speak english very well two reasons for that after the war most of germa was occupied by western allies and after signing nato contracts etc so western germany was on the usaside and learning english at school was compulsory.

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Replacing your oil is easy bmw knows that this needs to be performed once about every 30005000 miles and designed the car that way on the other hand the bmw transmissions used on the e36 were supposedly designed with a lifetime fluid that did not need to be changed.

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Dogs canis familiaris are the descendants of wolves and are classified as a subspecies of the grey wolf canis lupus recent genetic studies however have shown that dogs descend from an extinct genus that diverged from modernday grey wolves about 40000 years ago.

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695 responses to germans are rude and oberlehrerhaft alanah says april 10th 2007 at 1243 am germans are not all rude my family is german and they are not rude at all.

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The coastal plain of libya was inhabited by neolithic peoples from as early as 8000 bc the afroasiatic ancestors of the berber people are assumed to have spread into the area by the late bronze age.