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May 2017

Colloquial German 86
1. Nachtisch (dessert) should not be confused with Nachttisch (nightstand)! 2. In the phrase "Den nehmen wir", the object has be...
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General sentences would anyone like a tea or coffee? möchte jemand Kaffee oder Tee? would anyone like a cup of tea...
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Colloquial German 85
1. es schmeckt! = it tastes good! You can say „es schmeckt schlecht“ (it tastes bad), but unless you  specify that, „es schmeckt“ always has...
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Colloquial German 84
1. Handschuh, literally hand-shoe, is the German word for a glove. 2. mithaben = to have brought along. Anke said "Ich habe einen dic...
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Colloquial German 83
1. Haupt- is used for "main" in German. For example, we've already seen "Hauptbahnhof" (main train  station) and &qu...
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Colloquial German 82
1 . „ Was kann ich für Sie tun?“ (What can I do for you?) is a phrase that you will probably hear very,  very often. 2 . „ so … wie möglic...
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Colloquial German 81
1. Viel Spaß! is the German equivalent of saying "Have fun!". " Viel Spaß damit " means "Have fun  with that"...
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Colloquial German 80
1. „wobei“ (at what) is derived from „bei“ of course, and the „wo“ doesn't mean anything here, it only  serves to make it a question wor...
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Colloquial German 79
1 . „es soll geben“ is a variation of „es gibt“. „es gibt“ = there is; „es soll geben“ = there is  supposed to be. 2 . Wetterbericht is a c...
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Colloquial German 78
1. Brezn => Bavarian word for "Brezel", pretzel. 2. Ihnen = to you, formally (Dative of Sie) 3. Setzen Sie sich = literally &...
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