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Monthly Archives: June 2014

Example sentences on verb “Sprechen” (to speak) in German

Three forms of Sprechen (to speak) Sprechen-Sprach-Gesprochen Examples Present tense Ich spreche Deutsch (I speak German) Ich spreche Englisch. (I speak English) Du sprichst so schnell. (You speak so fast….) Peter spricht meine Sprache .(Peter speaks my language) Monika spricht

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Example sentences on verb “lesen” (to read) in German

Three forms of Lesen (to read) Lesen-Las-Gelesen Examples Present tense Ich lese ein Buch (I am reading a book) Ich lese gerne. (I like reading) Ich lese viel. (I read a lot) Du liest. (You are reading/you read) Peter liest

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How do you say “You can use my phone” in German

Du kannst mein Telephon verwenden You can use my phone German English Lesson Du You German Pronouns with examples Kannst Can Modal verb “können” in German Mein My Showing possession in German Verwenden To use – Similar Sentences Du kannst

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How do you say “I am going to Berlin” in German

All places like cities and countries take “nach” preposition.  Ich gehe nach Berlin. (I am going to Berlin) Ich gehe nach Deutschland. (I am going to Germany) Ich gehe nach München. (I am going to Munich) Ich gehe nach Frakrich.

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How do you say “I don’t know” in German

Ich weiße es nicht I don’t know or Das weiße ich nicht Singular: Ich weiße nicht : I don’t know Du weißt nicht: You don’t know Er/sie/Es weiß nicht: He doesn’t know Plural: Wir Wissen nicht: We don’t know Ihr

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How do you say “I want water” in German

Ich will Wasser. I want water. German equivalent of English verb “to want” is “wollen”. One must not confuse with German “will” with Enlgish “will”. Ich will Wasser doesn’t mean I will be water. Here are the other forms of

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How do you say “I am hungry” in German

Ich bin Hungrig I am hungry. Ich bin sehr Hungrig I am very hungry. There is one more way to say this. Ich habe Hunger. and Ich habe viel Hunger. Similar sentences Ich bin Krank. (I am ill) Ich bin

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How do you say “Can I use your phone ? ” in German

can i use your phone in german

Informal: Kann ich dein Telephon benutzen ? (kaahn eekh daeehn tay-lay-phon beh-noo-sen) Can I use your phone ? Formal: Kann ich Ihr Telephon benutzen ? (kaahn eekh eehr tay-lay-phon beh-noo-sen) Can I use your phone ? Informal: Kann ich dein

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How do you say “I am from the USA” in German

Ich komme aus den USA . (eekhh kohmm aaoos den oo-es-aah) I come from the USA or I am from the USA. Ich komme aus Engliand. (eekhh kohmm aaos den Englahnt) I come from England or I am from England

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Possible answers to “Wie geht’s ? (How are you)” in German

Es geht Mir gut, danke. Und Dir? (informal) Es geht Mir gut, danke. Und Ihnen? (formal) It goes to me well, thanks. And you? sehr gut- very good Nicht sehr gut- not very good I am good is “Mir gehts

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