Is there any German perfect pangram using only common words? The only one that I've found, was in another question here – German Pangrams: »Fix, Schwyz!«, quäkt Jürgen blöd vom Paß. But it is ...
"Denn auch onten und uben liegen viel näher beieinander, als uns die SPD und die Linkspartei glauben machen wollen" (source) I haven't been able to find "onten" and "uben" in any dictionary. Also, I ...
I have heard this from my German friend. I know what it means in English but I don't understand the context in German. They said it's really hard to explain properly. Is it bad? I hope not.