Now is the time when I gripe about those little things that drive me banana´s when Germans speak English.
1. Not being able to distinguish between borrowing and lending. Two words actually exist in German, and interestingly they start with the same letters, but they´re used interchangeably.
2. Vary. Based on the logic that the word variety is pronounced var-eye-ity, vary is invariably pronounced var-eye. As is var-eye-able.
4. Months. There is an S there. USE IT!