German greetings | German dialogues

Greetings in german ▶ Guten Morgen = good morning  ▶ Guten Tag = good day (a way of saying “hi” or “have a nice day” during the day) ▶ Guten Abend = good evening  ▶ Gute Nacht = good night Other greetings: Hallo    ▶ Auf Wiedersehen = goodbye (a way of saying, see you next time) ▶ Auf Wiederhören = goodbye (at […]

Accommodation in German | Buildings, rooms, objects

Accomodation (Die Wohnung) Dictionary singular number plural number german english  german english das Haus house die Häuser houses das Apartment apartament die Apartments apartaments das Zimmer room die Zimmer rooms das Esszimmer dining room die Esszimmer dining rooms das Wohnzimmer living room die Wohnzimmer living rooms das Kinderzimmer childrens’ room die Kinderzimmer childrens’ rooms das […]

Family members in German

  The family    (Die Familie) ▶ Meine Familie (My family) ▶ Sie ist meine Mutter, Anne. (She is Anne, my mother.) ▶ Er ist mein Vater, Dieter. (He is Dieter, my father.) ▶ Ich bin ihr Sohn. (I am her son.) ▶ Ich bin sein Sohn. (I am his son.) ▶ Anne und Dieter sind meine Eltern. (Anne and Dieter are my parents.)   ▶ Herr Heinz ist mein […]

The human body in German

The human body (Der menschliche Körper)   Dictionary singular number plural number  german english  germana english der Kopf the head die Köpfe the heads das Haar the hair die Haare the hair das Auge the eye die Augen the eyes die Nase the nose die Nasen the noses der Mund the mouth die Münder the […]

At the market | Dialogues in German

 At the market (place)    (Am Markt)   The vegetables (Das Gemüse) german Translation in english singular plural singular plural die Tomate die Tomaten the tomato the tomatoes das Kraut der Kohl die Kräuter die Kohle the cabbage the cabbages die Gurke die Gurken the cucumber the cucumbers die Karotte die Karotten the yellow parsnip the […]

The car description in German. Buying a car in Germany. Dialogue

 The car. Buying a car. (Das Auto. Auto kaufen.) German English das Rad / die Räder the wheel / the wheels das Lenkrad the steering wheel der Reservereifen the spare wheel der Kofferraum the trunk der Motor the engine der Verbrauch the consumption verbrauchen to consume der Scheinwerfer / die Scheinwerfer the headlight / the […]

The German noun

The noun Das Substantiv The noun is a part of speech that names things, beings, phenomenons, notions and ideas. Nouns in german will always be written with upper case initials (the first letter of a substantive/noun is written with capital letter.)   Categories of nouns: – proper nouns (which define specifically the name of a being, phenomenom, notion or […]

The masculine gender in German (der)

Masculine gender All German nouns have to be written with capital letters. ▶ Example: der Mann (= man), die Frau (= woman), das Kind (= child).   Nouns have three genders: masculine, feminine si neuter. The gender is indicated by an article: der, die, das ▶ · der – for masculine gender · die – […]

The feminine gender in German (die)

Feminine gender All German nouns have to be written with capital letters. ▶ Example: der Mann (= man), die Frau (= woman), das Kind (= child).    Nouns have three genders: masculine, feminine si neuter. ▶ The gender is indicated by an article: der, die, das · der – for masculine gender · die – for […]

The neuter gender in German (das)

  Neuter gender All German nouns have to be written with capital letters. ▶ Example: der Mann (= man), die Frau (= woman), das Kind (= child).   Nouns have three genders: masculine, feminine si neuter. ▶ The gender is indicated by an article: der, die, das  · der – for masculine gender · die – […]