How to Use the Verb “dabeihaben” – Useful Everyday Expressions – A2

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Fill in the blanks using the verb “dabeihaben”. Remember to use the correct tenses!

1. Heute morgen habe ich eingekauft. Leider _______ ich meine EC-Karte nicht _______. Deshalb habe ich bar bezahlt. Ich habe Obst, Gemüse und Sojamilch gekauft. Ich _______ keine Tragetasche _______. Deshalb habe ich an der Kasse eine Tragetasche aus Stoff gekauft.

2. Letzten Freitag hatte ich ein Vorstellungsgespräch bei Siemens. Die Personalchefin fragte mich: _______ Sie Ihre Bewerbungsunterlagen _______? Ich antwortete: Ja, ich _______ sie _______.

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How to Say “I don’t know”, “I have no idea” and other useful phrases + Conjugation of the verb “wissen” – A2

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Watch the video and then translate the following sentences into German:

  1. I don’t know.
  2. I have no clue.
  3. They know.
  4. You know. (formal)
  5. You guys know. Continue reading

Funny German Expressions Using the Word Pig – Vocab and Expressions – B1

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Decide which expression you would use in the following situations:

  1. You are outside and it’s -8°C and you are freezing. What can you say? (Provided that you are hanging out with friends or people you feel comfortable with)
  2. No one was there!
  3. Frau Heinrich went grocery shopping and had to carry 3 heavy bags up the stairs. Her sons were sitting on the couch playing Playstation games. What does she tell her husband when he gets home. Continue reading

How to Say “I am Hungry” – A2

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Watch the video and then translate the following sentences:

  1. I am hungry.
  2. Are you hungry? (formal)
  3. Would you like to eat something? (formal)
  4. Are you thirsty? (informal) Continue reading

How to Say Thank You in German – Useful Phrases for Everyday Life – A1/A2

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Watch the video and then translate the following sentences

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  1. Thank you.
  2. Thanks, the same to you.
  3. Thanks in advance.
  4. I thank you. (formal) Continue reading

I have to go to the bathroom! – German expressions – B1

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Watch the video and translate the following sentences into German:

  1. Bathroom (colloquial term)
  2. Bathroom (standard term)
  3. The ladies’ bathroom
  4. The men’s bathroom
  5. I have to go to the bathroom. (talking to your friends) Continue reading