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German is the official language in how many countries: 3 countries
Famous German writers: Herman Hesse, Friedrich Nietzsche, Franz Kafka
German is regulated by: Rat für deutsche Rechtschreibung (Council for German Orthogaphy)
Country with most German as a native language speaker: Germany
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