28.5.17

Hallo!

Gestern machten wir einen Ausflug nach Wolfsburg, der VW Stadt. Wir haben einen Rundgang durch die Autostadt gemacht. VW ist ein Teil von Volkswagen AG, der groessten Automobilhersteller in der Welt. Volkswagen AG hat 12 Fahrzeugmarken z.B: Audi, VW, Porsche, Lambourgini, Ducati, Bentley, und Bucatti. Wir haben nicht nur Autos gesehen, sondern auch vieles ueber die Produktion und die Geschichte gelernt. Auserdem gab es eine Austellung ueber die Umwelt. Wir haben einen schnellen Bucatti (faert bis 250 mph) gesehen! Das Auto kostet 1,7 Million Euro und man muss das anfragen! Um nach Wolfsburg,zu fahren, haben wir die Autobahn genommen. Man durfte wie schnell wie man wollte fahren, denn es gibt keine Grenzgeschwindigkeit). Unser Fahrer ist 100 mph gefahren!

Heute hatten wir Unterricht zur deutschen Geschichte im  Kalten Krieg. Deutschland wurde unter den Siegermaechten geteilt. Es gab ein Mauer zu ertrennen. Wir haben die alte Grenze gesehen. Es war interresant ueber das Erlebnis der Lehrer zu hoeren.

Bis spaeter!

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Hello!

Yesterday we made an excursion to Wolfsburg, the VW city. We did a tour of the car city. VW is a part of the Volkswagen Group, the largest automobile producer in the world. The Volkswagen Group is made up of 12 brands such as: Audi, VW, Porsche, Lambourgini, Ducati, Bentley, and Bucatti. Not only did we see cars, but we learned a lot about the production and the history. In addition there was an exhibit about the environment. We saw a fast Bucatti (it can drive up to 250 mph)! The car cost 1.7 million Euros and one must apply for it. In order to drive to Wolfsburg, we took the German highway. One is permitted to drive as fast as one wants, if there is no speed limit. Our driver went 100 mph!

Today we had class on the subject of Germany History regarding the Cold War. After WWII Germany was divided by the victors. There was a wall that separated the two halves. We saw the former border. It was interesting to hear about the experiences of the teachers during this time period.

Until later!

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