The German language is fascinating and many people over Europe know the language pretty well. If you are in Germany, you will be expected to speak German. So, what do you need to know?
Learning a few phrases at the
beginning is recommended to all those who are learning or studying a new
language. And when it's German, it really wouldn't be that bad to know a little more!
Learning German might not be easy but remembering a few of the phrases isn't difficult. Most importantly, they can come in quite handy when you talk with people who speak German. Here is a look at some of the phrases you can use to interact with people in German.
So, if you have been looking for a
"Wo ist das Haus?"
If you wish to look for some beer
for self, then it becomes
"Wo ist das Bier?"
And of you’ve been waiting and in
search of a station then
"Wo ist der Bahnhof?"
Another phrase that could be quite
handy is "Hast du Hunger?" which when translated in English; would
imply "Are you Hungry?"
This phrase is quite significant for
you in both personal and professional life.
If you have been wondering what must
be the time at a new location or are getting late to reach a destined place,
"Hast du die Zeit?" in
German would help you which implies – Do you what is the time?
Besides there are many instances
when you agree with a particular person then say is "Ich stimme zu." There
is yet another word which is very useful to ask a question i.e. Why? This need
not to in the form of a sentence or a phrase but then
Why in German becomes 'warum'.
"Why should I do this?" will
be "Warum sollte ich das machen?"
"Why did you do this?" is
"Warum hast du das getan?"
"Why are you here?"
becomes "Warum bist du hier?"
Worrying about mistakes is no answer
to a simple question and therefore, you can always start with a small guide
which could be useful and a better idea than carrying a dictionary along.
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