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German Idioms in Pictures - Hanging by a Thread = Am seidenen Faden hängen

German Idioms in Pictures - Hanging by a Thread = Am seidenen Faden hängen

Another One of the German Idioms in Pictures - Being nuts or crazy

Another One of the German Idioms in Pictures - Being nuts or crazy

German is just such a fun visual language. For more idioms and visual vocabulary check out http://deutschdrang.com/dir/vocab-practice/visual-vocabulary/

German is just such a fun visual language. For more idioms and visual vocabulary check out http://deutschdrang.com/dir/vocab-practice/visual-vocabulary/

German Idioms in Pictures: Du hast ja ein Rad ab! - Literally: You have lost a wheel! It means that you are nuts, loosing your marbles or are off your rocker

German Idioms in Pictures: Du hast ja ein Rad ab! - Literally: You have lost a wheel! It means that you are nuts, loosing your marbles or are off your rocker

To kill two birds with one stone - in German - zwei fliegen mit einer Klappe schlagen, literally: to hit two flies with one swatter

To kill two birds with one stone - in German - zwei fliegen mit einer Klappe schlagen, literally: to hit two flies with one swatter

German Idioms in Pictures - To make a mountain out of a molehill, making a big deal - aus einer Muecke einen Elefanten machen

German Idioms in Pictures - To make a mountain out of a molehill, making a big deal - aus einer Muecke einen Elefanten machen

Mit dem Kopf durch die Wand wollen - German proverb (for English translation and more idioms see link)

Mit dem Kopf durch die Wand wollen - German proverb (for English translation and more idioms see link)

German idiom: Put ones foot in it, to embarrass yourself by doing or saying something wrong - Ins Fettnaepfchen treten

German idiom: Put ones foot in it, to embarrass yourself by doing or saying something wrong - Ins Fettnaepfchen treten

German Expression for English Expression: Everything is OK = Alles in Butter! (literally: Everything in butter)

German Expression for English Expression: Everything is OK = Alles in Butter! (literally: Everything in butter)

Another german idiom for being nuts, having a screw loose = Neben der Mütze laufen (walking beside the cap, hat)

Another german idiom for being nuts, having a screw loose = Neben der Mütze laufen (walking beside the cap, hat)

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