What are the peculiarities?
It's like a puzzle that's always missing a few pieces, isn't it? For starters, German has not one, not two, but three genders, which means you get to spend hours memorizing which article goes with which noun. And don't forget about the joys of noun declension, which means that every noun changes depending on its case, gender, and number. Fun times, right?
But wait, there's more! German also has a complex system of verb conjugation, which means you get to memorize six different forms for each verb, plus irregular verbs just to keep things interesting. And let's not forget about the joys of separable and inseparable prefixes, which can completely change the meaning of a verb. Who needs consistency, am I right?
And let's not forget about German word order, which can make even the most basic sentences feel like a tongue twister. Do you put the verb at the beginning or the end? What about the adjectives? Who knows! It's a surprise every time.
But hey, if you're up for a challenge and don't mind spending hours memorizing rules and exceptions, then German is the language for you! Who needs simplicity and clarity when you can have the joy of learning German grammar?