If something belongs to you, you’ll need to use a possessive pronoun. Possessive pronouns (Possessivpronomen) are pronouns that show that something belongs to someone. In English, we have two forms: the … Continue reading Possessive pronouns
When meeting someone for the first time it is often interesting to get to know where the person is from or where he or she currently lives. So, how do … Continue reading Where are you from?
Let’s say you would like to introduce yourself to someone. Then it always comes in handy to know how to tell someone your name in his or her language. Beispiele … Continue reading How to say “My name is …” in German
Counting in German is not as difficult as you might think. You don’t believe us? Then check out the numbers 0-10 in German: Number German English 0 null zero 1 … Continue reading The Numbers 1 – 20 in German
German English Danke Thanks / Thank you Bitte You’re welcome However, based on that there are also many other possibilities how to thank someone and how to say you’re welcome … Continue reading Thanking someone in German
The verb ‘heißen‘ (to be called) is one of the most frequent verbs in German. It is used to say the name or term for someone or something. Fortunately, it … Continue reading The verb ‘heißen’