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dafdiesunddas | Deutsch lehren, lernen und weiterkommen Pers Pronouns Nominative German Words and Phrases 1. Basic Phrases Ich is not actually pronounced ikh, unless you are speaking a northern dialect of German. 2. Highlighted vowels do not exist in English. Notice that words spelled with ö and ü can be pronounced with a long or short vowel, so determining the pronunciation based on the spelling is not possible. German Consonants There are a few German consonants that do not exist in English, and some consonant combinations that are not common in English. In addition, the sounds [b], [d], and [g] lose their voicing at the end of a syllable, so they are pronounced as their voiceless counterparts [p], [t], and [k], respectively. Stress Stress generally falls on the first syllable of the word, except in words borrowed from other languages, where the stress falls on the last syllable (especially with French words.) 3. There is another letter in written German, ß (es-zet), pronounced like [s]. 4. All nouns have a gender in German, either masculine, feminine or neuter. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

German expressions around the Kartoffel - Deutsch HappenDeutsch Happen In two previous articles on Deutsch Happen I explained how, after some initial hesitance and lack of understanding, the potato made a triumphal arrival in Germany and is today one of the staple foods of Germans and integral part of their cuisine. Therefore, it is somewhat logical that there are also expressions and sayings in the German language that include the word Kartoffel. For example, someone with a big, round nose is sometimes called Kartoffelnase (f), or sometimes the nose is referred to as Knolle (f) or Knollennase (f), similar to conk in British English. Another popular expression is Rein in die Kartoffeln. sometimes you’ll also find the second part undeclined: Rein in die Kartoffeln. The sentence has its origin in the military. So, when we use this expression today we mean that someone simply cannot decide what to do. Another interesting saying in German is Die dümmsten Bauern haben die dicksten Kartoffeln. However, if you hear the expression

Top 100 German verbs - The German Professor This verb list comes from Randall Jones & Erwin Tschirner’s A Frequency Dictionary of German. Core Vocabulary for Learners, which lists the 4034 (!) most commonly used words in German. We’ll be doing lots of fun things with this list with posts in the coming weeks. See also: Lessons from the Top German verbs list & Top 500 German words