Category Archives for Vocabulary and Expressions

German Vocabulary: Things found around the House

If you are in someone’s house, it’s good to know how to refer to the various objects of the household. Our list below will teach you some of the phrases and vocabulary to help simplify your  German living. So sit back, relax, and start learning. Quick Navigation Basic rooms in the House The “Bathroom” in […]

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German Vocabulary: Family

Learn how to talk about your family in the German language. Family is important, so get studying with our list below.List of Family members in GermanNo matter where you go, your family always seem to find you. This list included. Quick Navigation “The Family” in German “Father” in German “Mother” in German“Child” in German “Siblings” […]

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16 German Phrases to Talk about Weather and Seasons

The weather and seasons provide a great source of easy conversation. So get to know this list of German Weather and Seasons vocabulary and learn how to fill those awkward silences. Quick Navigation The Four Seasons“Spring” in German“Summer” in German“Fall” in German”Winter” in GermanThe Different Kinds of Weather “How is the weather?” in German“It is cold” […]

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What to say in a Restaurant in Germany

You can’t travel without eating. And you can’t eat without being able to communicate what you want. Make sure to memorize the following phrases if you plan on dining in Germany. Quick Navigation “A table for two, please.” in German“Is this seat taken?” in German“May I see the Menu, please?” in German“What do you recommend?” […]

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Basic German Questions Every Traveler Should Know

It only takes a few questions in German to start a conversation. Check out the list below to learn some phrases that could mark the difference between making some friends, or spending your trip alone. Quick Navigation “Where is the bathroom?” in German“Where are you from?” in German“Could you say that again, please?” in German“What […]

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A Quick Guide to German Greetings

Greetings are the gateway to lasting friendship. Before your trip to Germany, check out this list and you’ll be making friends in no time. Quick Navigation I. How to greet someone at anytime of the day in German “Good morning” in German“Good afternoon” in German“Good evening” in German2. How to greet someone in German during […]

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