Feeling lucky today? A look at the difference between “happy” and “lucky”.

German speakers often confuse “happiness” and “luck” because in German there is one word, “Glück” for both these English words. “Glück” is a noun, the adjective is “glücklich”. If a German speaker tells you “ich wünsche dir Glück”, they wish you happiness. If they say “ich hatte Glück“, they mean that they were lucky. Unfortunately … Feeling lucky today? A look at the difference between “happy” and “lucky”. weiterlesen