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1 English-German phrasebook Basics Good day Guten Tag [goo-ten tahk] How are you? Wie geht's? [vee gayts] Fine, thank you Danke, gut [dan-keh, goot] What is your name? Wie heien Sie? [vee high-sen zee] My name is Ich heie [ikh high-she] Nice to meet you Nett, Sie kennen zu lernen [net zee ken-en tsoo ler-nen] Please Bitte [bit-tuh] Thank you Danke sehr [dan-keh zayr] Thanks Danke [dan-keh] You're welcome Bitte sehr [bit-teh zayr] Yes Ja [yah] No Nein [nine] Excuse me Entschuldigung [ent-shul-di-goong] I'm sorry Es tut mir leid [es toot meer light] Goodbye Auf Wiedersehen [owf vee-der-zay-en] I can't speak German (well) Ich kann nicht (so gut) deutsch sprechen [ikh kahn nikht (zo goot) doytsh shprekhen] Do you speak English? Sprechen Sie englisch? [shprekhen zee eng-lish] Is there someone here who speaks English? Gibt es hier jemanden, der Englisch spricht? [gibt ez heer yeh-mahnt-en dare eng-lish shprikht] Help! Hilfe! [hill-fuh] Good morning Guten Morgen [goo-ten mor-gen]

Good evening Guten Abend [goo-ten ah-bent] Good night Schnen Abend noch [shur-nen ah-bent nokh] Good night (to sleep) Gute Nacht [goo-tuh nakht] I don't understand Ich verstehe das nicht [ikh fur-shtay-uh dahs nikht] Where is the toilet, please? Wo ist die Toilette, bitte? [voh ist dee twah-let-u h, bit-tuh] With pleasure Gerne [guer-nuh] Do you know where ... is? Wissen Sie, wo ... ist? [vissen zee voh ... ist] Problems Leave me alone Lass / Lassen Sie mich in Ruhe [lahs(-un zee) mikh in roo-uh] Don't touch me! Fass / Fassen Sie mich nicht an! [fahs(-un zee) mikh nikht ahn] I'll call the police Ich rufe die Polizei [ikh roo-fuh dee poh-lee-tsigh] Police! Polizei! [poh-lee-tsigh] Stop! Thief! Halt! Ein Dieb! [hahlt! ighn deeb] I need your help Ich brauche deine/Ihre Hilfe [ikh brow-khuh digh-nuh/ee-ruh hill-fuh] It's an emergency Das ist ein Notfall [dahs ist ighn noht-fahl] I'm lost Ich habe mich verirrt [ikh hah-buh mikh fer-irt] I lost my bag Ich habe meine Tasche verloren [ikh hah-buh migh-nuh tah-shuh fer-loh-run] I lost my wallet Ich habe mein Portemonnaie verloren [ikh hah-buh mighn port-mohneh fer-loh-run] I'm sick Ich bin krank [ikh bin krahnk] I've been injured Ich bin verletzt [ikh bin fer-letst] I need a doctor Ich brauche einen Arzt [ikh brow-khuh igh-nuh artst] Can I use your phone? Kann ich dein/Ihr Telefon [kahn ikh dighn/eer tay-lay-fohn 1222683383 English German Add To Collection 41 Reads 0 Readcasts 0 Embed Views Published by Darko Borisov

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