German Vocabulary - All about Shopping

German Vocabulary – All about Shopping

Einkaufen – Shopping In this post we are looking at German vocabulary around the subject shopping. The table divides the words into masculine, female and neutral words. This will help you with remembering the genders 🙂 Masculine words der Artikel article der Aufzug lift der Ausverkauf sale der Bäcker baker der Einkauf shopping; purchase der […]

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Thu, Mar 29th 2012 |
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German Sayings in English Part 2

German Sayings in English Part 2

German Sayings and the English Equivalent Below is a table of German sayings translated into English. We have included the literal translation of the saying into English so you can truly understand what is being said. We hope you enjoy these, please add your own in the comments section below. You can also check out […]

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Thu, Mar 15th 2012 |
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German Vocabulary - All about the Body

German Vocabulary – All about the Body

Der Körper – The Body In this post we are looking at important German vocabulary about the body. The table divides the words into masculine, female and neutral words. This will help you with remembering the genders 🙂 Masculine words der Arm arm der Bauch stomach der Daumen thumb der Finger finger der Fuß foot […]

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Thu, Feb 16th 2012 |
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German Sayings in English

German Sayings in English

German Sayings and the English Equivalent Below is a table of German sayings translated into English. We have included the literal translation of the saying into English so you can truly understand what is being said. We hope you enjoy these, please add your own in the comments section below 🙂 Saying Literal Translation Meaning […]

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Thu, Feb 2nd 2012 |
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German Vocabulary: All about the Weather

German Vocabulary: All about the Weather

Das Wetter – The Weather In this post we are looking at German vocabulary used to tell the weather. The table divides the words into masculine, female and neutral words. This will help you with remembering the genders 🙂 Masculine words der Blitz flash der Donner thunder der Frost frost der Grad degree der Hagel […]

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Wed, Dec 14th 2011 |
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German Vocabulary - All about Food

German Vocabulary – All about Food

Das Essen – The Food In this post we are looking at German vocabulary around the subject food. The table divides the words into masculine, female and neutral words. This will help you with remembering the genders 🙂 Masculine words der Alkohol alcohol der Apfelsaft apple juice der Apfelstrudel apple strudel der Appetit appetite der […]

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Wed, Sep 28th 2011 |
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Vocabulary: Important German Verbs Part 2

Vocabulary: Important German Verbs Part 2

More Important German Verbs Here is part 2 of important German verbs. Below you will find a list of commonly used verbs in normal German conversation. You should also see part 1 of our Important German Verbs. For additional help on how to use and construct verbs in German, you can also read our other […]

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Wed, Sep 7th 2011 |
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German Vocabulary: All about Sports

German Vocabulary: All about Sports

Der Sport – Sports In this post we are looking at German Sports vocabulary. The table divides the words into masculine, female and neutral words. This will help you with remembering the genders 🙂 Masculine words der Ball ball der Basketball basketball der Federball badminton der Fussball football der Gegner opponent der Golfplatz golf course […]

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Wed, Aug 17th 2011 |
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German Vocabulary: All about Hotel

German Vocabulary: All about Hotel

Das Hotel – The Hotel In this post we are looking at German vocabulary about spending nights in a hotel. The table divides the words into masculine, female and neutral words. This will help you with remembering the genders 🙂 Masculine words der Aufenthalt stay der Aufzug lift der Balkon balcony der Blick view der […]

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Wed, Jul 20th 2011 |
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German Vocabulary: All about Careers

German Vocabulary: All about Careers

In this post we are looking at German vocabulary around the subject of careers. Below are common career titles that are listed in both masculine (der) format for men and feminine (die) format for women. Masculine/Feminine words der Apotheker / die Apothekerin chemist der Architekt / die Architektin architect der Arzt / die Ärztin doctor […]

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Wed, Jun 15th 2011 |
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German Vocabulary: Oceania Countries in German

German Vocabulary: Oceania Countries in German

Oceania Countries In German In this post we are looking at Oceania countries and the German translations. The list below includes all countries found in Oceania. Some of these countries will by their nature be rarely used in normal conversations, however many will be commonly used. Most of the Oceania countries in German are neuter, […]

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Wed, May 18th 2011 |
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German Vocabulary: All about clothes

German Vocabulary: All about clothes

In this blog we are looking at German vocabulary related to clothes. Below are 3 tables which split the vocabulary into masculine ‘der’ words, feminine ‘die’ words and neuter ‘das’ words. Masculine words der Anorak anorak der Anzug suit der Ärmel sleeve der Badeanzug swimming costume der Bikini bikini der BH (Büstenhalter) bra der Gürtel […]

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Wed, Apr 20th 2011 |
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German Vocabulary: North American Countries in German

German Vocabulary: North American Countries in German

North American Countries In German In this post we are looking at North American countries and the German translations. The list below includes all countries found in North America, Central America and the Caribbean. Some of these countries will by their nature be rarely used in normal conversations, however many will be commonly used. Most […]

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Wed, Mar 23rd 2011 |
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Advanced German Alphabet- Double Vowels and Consonants

Advanced German Alphabet- Double Vowels and Consonants

Advanced German Alphabet- Double Vowels and Grouped Consonants In this post, we are looking at the advanced features of the German alphabet. We are looking at the pronounciation of words with double vowels and grouped consonants. Below is a table showing the different combinations of vowels and consonants that are important to learn to help […]

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Wed, Mar 16th 2011 |
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German Vocabulary: All about work

German Vocabulary: All about work

In this post we are looking at German vocabulary used in and at work. We have split the vocabulary below into masculine, feminine and neuter words. Masculine words der Angestellte employee der Arbeiter worker, labour der Arbeitgeber employer der Arbeitskollege the working colleague der Arbeitslohn wages, pay der Arbeitslose the unemployed man/woman der Arbeitnehmer employee […]

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Wed, Feb 16th 2011 |
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Verbs followed by the Dative Case

Verbs followed by the Dative Case

We thought it was time to make a list of the verbs which are followed by the dative case. So here it is: These German verbs are followed by the dative case. You can also read our other blog How the German Cases work – Nominative, Accusative, Dative and Genitive 🙂 German verb English verb […]

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Wed, Feb 9th 2011 |
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German Vocabulary: African Countries in German

German Vocabulary: African Countries in German

African Countries In German In this post we are looking at all the African countries and what the German translation is. The list below includes all countries found in the African territory and considered part of Africa. Some of these you will very rarely use but many are used often in general conversation so are […]

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Wed, Jan 19th 2011 |
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How to Count in German - Numbers

How to Count in German – Numbers

How to count in German: In this article we are looking at how to count in german. Below is a table showing the key numbers and how they are written. At the bottom of this article is a video which goes through the numbers so you can hear how each of them are pronounced. 0 […]

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Wed, Jan 12th 2011 |
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German Vocabulary - All About Christmas

German Vocabulary – All About Christmas

It’s Christmas and we thought that is the perfect time to post some useful words around the topic Christmas 🙂   Masculine words der Adventskalender Advent calender der Engel angel der Heiligabend Christmas Eve der Lebkuchen gingerbread der Nikolaus St Nicholas’ Day der Stern star der Tannenbaum fir tree der Weihnachtsbaum Christmas tree erster Weihnachtsfeiertag […]

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Wed, Dec 22nd 2010 |
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German Vocabulary - All about family

German Vocabulary – All about family

All about family Here are some essential German words around the topic family. The table divides the words into masculine, female and neutral words. This will help you with remembering the genders 🙂   Masculine words der Bruder brother der Cousin cousin der Ehemann husband der Enkel grandson der Freund friend der Großvater grandfather der […]

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Wed, Dec 15th 2010 |
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