Jane, 9 Jahre, Kenia/Meru: Hallo ich bin Jane, ich bin 9 Jahre alt und wohne im Haus 11 im SOS Dorf in Meru. Wie lebst Du in Deutschland?
Jane, 9, Kenya/Meru: Hello, I am Jane, 9 years old and live in house 11 in the SOS village in Meru. How do you live in Germany?
09A_Sophia_UH_AT / 07_Sophia_UH_AT
I am Sophia. I am 9 years old. I live in Ingolstadt in Unterbrunnenreuth in a semi-detached house with my sisters and my parents. I often play in my garden with my cousins. I have a good life in Germany.
Brenda, 9 Jahre, 3.Klasse, Kenia/Meru: Hallo ich bin Brenda. Bin 9 Jahre alt und wohne im SOS Dorf Meru. Was sind die bekanntesten und beliebtesten Essen in Deutschland?
Brenda, 9, 3rd grade, Kenya/Meru: Hello, I am Brenda. I am 9 years old and live in the SOS village in Meru. What are the most famous and popular dishes in Germany?
10A_Aaliyah_UH_AT / 06_Aaliyah_UH_AT
Hello, I am called Aaliyah and I am 9 years old. Here in Germany we eat noodles very often. In Bavaria we eat Brezn very often. Personally I like escalope (“Schnitzel”) with chips very much.
Solomon, 10 Jahre, Kenia/Meru: Hallo ich bin Solomon, ich bin zehn und wohne im Haus 10 hier im SOS Dorf in Meru. Wenn es bei uns in Kenia 10 Uhr morgens ist, wie spät ist es dann bei Dir?
Solomon, 10, Kenia/Meru: Hello, I am Solomon. I live in House 10 here in the SOS Village in Meru. When it is 10 o’clock here in Kenia, what time is it where you live?
01A_Berkay_Pfanzeltplatz_AT / 02_Berkay_Pfanzeltplatz_AT
Hello, I am Berkai from class 3g and I am 8 years old. When it is 10 o’clock in Kenya, it is 9 o’clock here in Germany. So you are one hour ahead.
01B_Korbinian_Katherl_AT / 05_Korbinian_Katherl_AT
Hello Solomon! My name is Korbinian. As you probably know already, I am from Germany. You wanted to know what time it is here when it is 10 o’clock where you live. This depends on the time of the year. During summer we are one hour behind you. This means that it is 9 o’clock when it is 10 o’clock for you. During the winter the clock is set one hour back. Then we are two hours behind you so it is 8 o’clock.
Bonface, 9 Jahre, Kenia/Meru: Hallo ich bin Bonface, ich bin 9 Jahre alt und komme aus Meru. Ich spiele gerne mit Kindern. Wie leben die Kinder in Deutschland?
Bonface, 9, Kenya/Meru: Hello, I am Bonface, I am 9 years old and come from Meru. I like to play with other children. How do children live in Germany?
02A_Irina_Katherl_AT / 16_Irina_Katherl_AT
Hello, I am Irina and I am 11 years old. I answer the question, how we children live here in Germany. Actually it is different for every child but usually a week for us ist like this: We go to school from Monday to Friday in the morning. Afterwards, in the afternoon, it is different. Many meet with friends. Others have hobbies which they are active in or they do sports. On the weekend we don’t have to go to school. That is time off. We can do what we want. Some make day trips, others do something with their parents. It is simply different how this works for every child in Germany. But his quite an average course for every child.
Joseph, 10 Jahre, Kenia/Meru:Mein Name ist Joseph, ich bin in der 5. Klasse und zehn Jahre alt. Ich wohne im SOS Dorf in Meru. Ich möchte gerne wissen, ob ihr – so wie wir – Freitag Abends auch ein Treffen habt, bei dem ihr gemeinsam aus der Bibel lest, singt und tanzt?
Joseph, 10, Kenya/Meru: My name is Joseph, I am in fifth grade an 10 years old I live in the SOS village in Meru. I would like to know whether you – like we – have a meeting on Friday evenings to read the bible together, sing and dance?
03A_Andrea-Sophia_Katherl_AT / 12_Andrea-Sophia_Katherl_AT
Hello, I am Andrea-Sophia and I answer your question whether we read the bible on Fridays. Where we live, Sunday is the day of rest. This is when Christians go to church together. Muslims have something similar on Friday, but with a Friday prayer. Catholics have something like this about every two weeks. Then children read the bible together and learn something about the bible. Many greetings from Germany!
03B_Marlon_Pfanzeltplatz_AT / 13_Marlon_Pfanzeltplatz_AT
My name is Marlon, 8 years old. My answer is: No, we do not have something like this in Germany. We have religious education if are Christians or muslims.
03C_Laurin_UH_AT / 04_Laurin_UH_AT
I am Laurin. I am 9 years old. We meet on Friday in church and there we read from the bible and sing a few times. It lasts about thirty minutes to one hour. I do not like it so much because you always have to sing and I hate singing.
Edna, 10 Jahre, 4.Klasse , Kenia/Meru: Mein Name ist Edna. Ich besuche die 4. Klasse, Ich bin zehneinhalb Jahre alt und ich besuche die Principal Academy. Ich will wissen, welche Spiele ihr in Deutschland spielt?
Edna, 10, 4th grade, Kenya/Meru: My name is Edna. I am in fourth grade, am ten and a half years old and i go to the Principal Academy. Which games do German children play?
04A_Hanna_UH_AT / 16_Hanna_UH_AT
I am Hanna. I am 9 years old. In Germany children play tag, hide-and-seek or “Free King” [“Königsfrei”, a variation of hide-and-seek where the children run to a defined spot after being found]. With “tag” one is the catcher and the others have to run away from him. If somebody is caught, he is the next catcher.
04B_Kevin_Deisenhofen_AT / 09_Kevin_Deisenhofen_AT
Hello my name is Kevin. I am 9 years old. We play tag or hide and seek, football or Ten-Twenty. Ten-Twenty works like this: One is the „counter“ and the other children hide themselves somewhere. The counter says „Ten-Twenty Kevin go“. Those who hide say „Ten-Twenty Kevin free“.
04C_Raffael_Katherl_AT / 14_Raffael_Katherl_AT
Hello, my name is Raffael and I am 11 years old. I explain you how we play “Hide and Seek” in Germany. It is a game where one of the children counts slowly up to twenty and the others hide somewhere. When the child has finished counting it as to search for the others. The one that is found first is the next one who does the counting. I hope you like my explanation. Many Greetings from Germany!
Humphrey, 7 Jahre, Kenia/Meru: Hallo ich bin Humphrey und ich bin 7 Jahre alt und wohne in Meru. Ich möchte wissen wo die Kinder in Deutschland eigentlich spielen?
Humphrey, 7, Kenya/Meru: Hello, I am Humphrey and 7 years old and live in Meru. I would like to know where children in Germany play?
05A_Carla_Deisenhofen_AT / 10_Carla_Deisenhofen_AT
Hello, my name is Carla and I am 9 years old. When the weather is nice we play outside. Girls often meet at public play grounds. On playgrounds you can find a swing, a slide, a sand pit, and a climbing frame. Boys go to a lawn an play football.
05B_Giannis_Pfanzeltplatz_AT / 07_Giannis_Pfanzeltplatz_AT
I am Giannis and 8 years old. When it rains I play in my room. When it does not rain I go to the playground with my friend and then we play. Sometimes I slide and sometimes I don’t. And then I play football and then I go home.
05C_Johanna_UH_AT / 01_Johanna_UH_AT
Hello, my name is Johanna. I am 9 years old. In Germany you play on public playgrounds and in your garden.
Isaac, 8 Jahre, Kenia/Meru: Ich heiße Isaac, bin acht Jahre alt und komme aus Meru. Ich würde dich gerne fragen: Was machst Du so in Deutschland?
Isaac, 8, Kenya/Meru: My name is Isaac, I am 8 years old and come from Meru. I would like to ask you: What do you do in Germany?
06A_Yemin_Pfanzeltplatz_AT / 12_Yemin_Pfanzeltplatz_AT
Hello, I am Yemin, 9 years old and in class 3g. After school I go outside and play with my friends. Afterwards I read a book in my room. And then I go downstairs and watch TV. In Turkey I play with my cousin in Istanbul outside.
06B_Evelin_UH_AT / 08_Evelin_UH_AT
After coming home from school I eat something. Then I do my homework. Then I like to play football and during the holidays I like to swim and watch a Sunday movie in the cinema. For example “Maleficient”, the evil fairy that turns into a good fairy in the end.
Rechael, 10 Jahre, Kenia/Meru: Mein Name ist Rechael, ich bin zehneinhalb Jahre alt. Ich wohne im SOS Dorf in Meru, Kenia. Was isst Du in Deutschland?
Rechael, 10, Kenya/Meru: My name is Rechael, I am ten and a half years old. I live in the SOS village in Meru, Kenya. What food do you have in Germany?
07A_Helin_Pfanzeltplatz_AT / 10_Helin_Pfanzeltplatz_AT
Hello, my name is Helin and I am 9 years old. I am in third grade. Here in Munich I heat a lot of fruit, vegetables, salad and meat and rice. And a lot of sweets. We are doing fine here.
07B_Eva_Deisenhofen_AT / 01_Eva_Deisenhofen_AT
Hello! My name is Eva and I am 9 years old. Here in Germany I like to eat pancakes, Schnitzel with chips, chicken, sausages, dumpling and prezel. I do not like spinach, fish and pork.
07C_Joni_UH_AT / 15.1_Joni_UH_AT
I like to eat spaghetti. Sometimes also pancakes or a hot dog.
Profus, 11 Jahre, 6. Klasse, Kenia/Meru: Hallo ich bin Profus und bin 11 Jahre alt und gehe in die sechste Klasse. Welcher ist der höchste Berg in Deutschland
Profus, 11, 6th grade, Kenya/Meru: Hello, I am Profus and eleven years old and in 6th grade. Which is the biggest mountain in Germany?
08A_Jonas_UH_AT / 03_Jonas_UH_AT
I am Jonas and 8 years old. The highest mountain in Germany is the “Zugspitze”. It is about 3.000 metres high.
08B_Nora_Pfanzeltplatz_AT / 09_Nora_Pfanzeltplatz_AT
My name is Nora and I am 9 years old. I live in Munich. The highest mountain in Germany is called „Zugspitze“. It is almost 3.000 metres high. Your mountains are much higher.