German Reading Project: Die Tribute Von Panem by Suzanne Collins, Chapters 19 & 20

Almost caught up with my little backlog again. More words than usual, because these chapters had lots of good words.

Chapter 19

ein Aussätziger: a leper. A useful word to know! …OK this is why I can’t hold a conversation in German.

ausgezeichnet: excellent. Like in Bill and Ted’s Ausgezeichnet Adventure! I’m joking. In true German fashion, the actual film is called Bill & Teds verrückte Reise durch die Zeit.

zimperlich: squeamish. A word that is legitimately good to know when reading these chapters of Die Tribute Von Panem.

Chapter 20

munter: energetic. One of those words that means very different things in German and English

das Tohuwabohu: hullabaloo!

Dickköpfig: obstinate. What else?

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