German Useful Words

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German Useful Words Flashcards

and und oont
but aber ah-ber
very sehr zair
or oder oh-der
here hier here
also auch owkh
both beide by-duh
some etwas eht-vahss
only nur noor
again wieder vee-der
hopefully hoffentlich hoh-fent-likh
between zwischen zvish-en
therefore deshalb des-halp
a lot, many viel(e) feel(uh)
really wirklich veerk-lish
together zusammen tsoo-zah-men
all alle ahl-luh
now jetzt yetst
so also al-zoh
another noch ein nohkh ine
already schon shone
isn't it? nicht wahr? nikht vahr
too bad schade shah-duh
gladly gern gehrn
immediately sofort zoh-fort
sure(ly) sicher(lich) zikh-er-likh
but, rather sondern zohn-dehrn
finally schließlich shleess-likh
right! stimmt shtimt
anyway überhaupt oo-ber-howpt
enough genug guh-nook
exact(ly) genau guh-now
sometimes manchmal mahnch-mal
always immer im-er
never nie nee
often oft ohft
of course klar klahr
perhaps vielleicht fee-likht
a little ein bisschen ine biss-khen
a little ein wenig ine vay-nikh
not at all gar nicht gar nikht
not a bit kein bisschen kine biss-khen

 

Es gibt is commonly used to mean there is/are and it is always followed by the accusative case.

 


 

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