"das ist nicht gut" —A yiddish phrase repeated to me by an investor describing the due diligence process.
"Estudiante de postgrado"— Whenever I see my Spanish PHD friends at Georgia Tech, I think of this phrase. It reminds me that in Spanish the adjective usually comes after the subject.
"Tak Tak" - polish for "yes." I remember it because of a few of my polish friends at Georgia Tech who exchanged witty banter with these words and more. "Buongiorno Principessa"
My favorite Italian movie phrase in La Vita e Bella. Il Divo and Gomorrah, both stories of Italian crime and politics, are my second and third. "Jak Zapomniec"
- A famous polish rap song. ”Du bist meine Göttin.
”- A german kumpel(buddy) was one of the singers on a large performance with a song called “Göttin
" He is the one wearing the white beret.
"faghedaboutit"- I can say this in a few languages. I grew up watching American mafia movies and found significance in this word.
This list goes on and on for different languages. On occasion this hack will score you a gold-mine sentence that serves both as a reminder of pronunciation, grammar, and full alphabets.