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Lesson Posted on 06/08/2018 Language/Foreign Language/German Language

Introducing oneself in German.

Vinuta Bhandi

I started learning German 8 years back from A1 certification in a super intensive course, and it leads...

Hello everyone, This is a chapter where every beginner of German learner starts with. Of course one needs to learn other aspects such as alphabets and to count numbers too in the first introductory lesson. Let's start with asking the name of a person you have just met. And this we are going to learn... read more

Hello everyone,

This is a chapter where every beginner of German learner starts with.

Of course one needs to learn other aspects such as alphabets and to count numbers too in the first introductory lesson.

Let's start with asking the name of a person you have just met. And this we are going to learn with the help of a role play.

We have Mr Klaus Dietrich and Ms Anita Frieden.

In german Mister is called as "Herr", and Mrs or Ms as"Frau".

                   Herr Klaus Dietrich: Guten Tag. Wie heissen Sie?

                   Frau Anita Frieden: Guten Tag. Hallo , ich bin Frieden, Anita Frieden.

                                                  Wer Sind sie?

                   Herr Klaus D         : Ich heisse Klaus Dietrich. Ich freue mich, Sie  kennenzulernen.

                    Frau Anita            : Ich freue mich auch Hr Dietrich.

 

Meaning of words:

Guten Tag: Hallo (literally " Good day)

Heissen/ Heißen: to called. In German "Wie heißen Sie?" literally  means "how are you called?" 

Ich Freue mich: I am glad 

Sie Kennen Lernen: to get to know you.   

Ich bin: I am 

One can also say "Mein Name ist ..." as in Englisch "My name is..... "     

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Answered on 22/09/2018 Language/Foreign Language/German Language

Megha Dhall

You can download Deutsche welle , Duolingo and learn German with Anja -these three will be helpful for initial and further levels.
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Answered on 11/08/2018 Language/Foreign Language/German Language

Marcella S.

Hi Raunak, as Rupali correctly told you, at UrbanPro you can find trainers to help you reach a good level of spoken German. I am myself certified teacher of German language, have been living in Austria, graduated there and later on I have been working as official translator at the Austrian Embassy in... read more

Hi Raunak, as Rupali correctly told you, at UrbanPro you can find trainers to help you reach a good level of spoken German. I am myself certified teacher of German language, have been living in Austria, graduated there and later on I have been working as official translator at the Austrian Embassy in Rome. I have collected quite a consistent experience as teache for German and Italian as foreign language during my stay abroad. I am ready to help you if you wish, aslo with online classes. In any case, to reach fluency a mentor is necessary in my view to guide you according to your personal needs and interests. Best wishes, Marcella

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Answered on 06 Feb Language/Foreign Language/German Language

How hard is Proto Germanic to learn?

Vincent

French Teacher

This is subjective, but take into consideration the following points. PIE was a quite complicated language with multiple cases and rich inflections. It had more complicated morphology than English, but compared to Latin, German or Russian it does not look too exceptional. Much of PIE vocabulary is... read more

This is subjective, but take into consideration the following points.

  • PIE was a quite complicated language with multiple cases and rich inflections. It had more complicated morphology than English, but compared to Latin, German or Russian it does not look too exceptional.

  • Much of PIE vocabulary is quite well preserved in Latin and Greek so for a person familiar with modern European languages many roots and stems will be easily recognizable.

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Answered on 06 Feb Language/Foreign Language/German Language

I met some German people who are credulous. According to Germans, on average, are their compatriots more... read more
I met some German people who are credulous. According to Germans, on average, are their compatriots more credulous than other Europeans? read less

Vincent

French Teacher

When I first moved to Germany I was a little scared. Germans have the fame of being squared and cold people. I have been here 4 months and the more I get to know them the more I am grateful for their principles and morals. I lived 8 yrs in NY city and coming from Latin America I was submerged... read more
When I first moved to Germany I was a little scared. Germans have the fame of being squared and cold people. I have been here 4 months and the more I get to know them the more I am grateful for their principles and morals.

I lived 8 yrs in NY city and coming from Latin America I was submerged into the capitalist, superficial culture they have. I remember on several ocations when going back home from parties and clubs we would find things people forgot on the train like Wallets or a purse . My friends will go though it to check if there was a number to call to return it but on ocation they will take the cash and drop the wallet on a mail box. They mail will return the wallet. So, this is New York, you did something and you gained something. This was normal.

Germany is different. It's whole culture is based on thrust and moral principles, which I am so grateful for. Here I have found cell phones  and what I do is go to the manager of the restaurant or cafe that I am in and explain i found it. My brother has been living here for 5 yrs now and a few weeks ago we found a wallet. Some one dropped it at a cafe and after checking it there were roughly over €2,000.00 inside, we didn't really check exactly. My brother is a barista at this cafe so he took it to his manager and told him that someone had dropped it and there was a lot of money inside. At that moment I felt like the most proud sister. This is exactly what I would have done. He said to me that a few months ago he had lost his wallet riding a bike through Berlin. In his wallet he had his house  key with his phone number in case he lost it. He said he had a lot of money in there and that a lady was walking down the street and found it. She gave him a call and gave it back to him with everything inside. He even has a 6mnth transportation pass on his wallet. Everything was there and he was so grateful. This was his way of paying it forward. As i said I am the most proud sister.

Germans may seem cold and squared at the beginning, but once you gain the people's trust you get to a different level where you are considered family, Not just a friend. They are Warm honest people and they choose whom to be warm and inviting with. I believe this to be the most important Value they have. So, you have to work for it but once you cross over you got a honest person in your life who is invaluable. This doesn't change the fact that they will tell you always the truth and expect you to do the same. But unlike most of the people in all different cultures that i have been around before; if they say they will do something they definitelly will and they expect the same In Return from you.

Their Honesty is their most valuable asset. I have learned so much and I am proud to say I love it  the people, the culture and the beauty of their infrastructures And cities. Their history has made them particularly tolerant and the more and more I get to know the way they are the more I like it. It's hard not speaking German fluently but every person i have encountered and asked for help have gone out of theit way to help, even with signs and their little English as they Say.

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Answered on 27/08/2018 Language/Foreign Language/German Language

If English was all Germanic vocabulary, would it be intelligible with German or Dutch?

Melville Fernando

English Language And Soft Skills Trainer

While English is considered a part of the West Germanic group, as are Scots and Frisan, and is deemed to have been mutually intelligible during the migration period(4th to 6th Centuries AD), it is not understandable today, as it has evolved so much. I do have some German friends, and I can say for sure... read more

While English is considered a part of the West Germanic group, as are Scots and Frisan, and is deemed to have been mutually intelligible during the migration period(4th to 6th Centuries AD), it is not understandable today, as it has evolved so much. I do have some German friends, and I can say for sure that I do not understand German. I believe the same to be true for Dutch as well.

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Answered on 06 Feb Language/Foreign Language/German Language

Is the Northern German culture similar to the Northern Dutch?

Vincent

French Teacher

Modern Dutch and German stem, a long time ago, from the same root. Hello, Both Dutch & Germans belong to the broader category of Germanic Race, so they shared the same ancestors, along the line of history. Some Northern Germans speak a form of dialect which sounds very closely to the Dutch language. ... read more

Modern Dutch and German stem, a long time ago, from the same root.

Hello, Both Dutch & Germans belong to the broader category of Germanic Race, so they shared the same ancestors, along the line of history.

Some Northern Germans speak a form of dialect which sounds very closely to the Dutch language.

 

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Answered on 26 Jan Language/Foreign Language/German Language

Is there any difference between Chinese "" and German ""?

Kaivan Savla

Professor

Chinese "ü" is more like when we say alphabet "U" by pressing our tongue down on our teeth. German "ü" is just like "wo" in English word wolf
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Answered on 15/09/2016 Language/Foreign Language/German Language

Manjiri S.

3+ years of experience in teaching German language & 11 years experience in Software Development

Hello Vivek. I would like to know what do you want to learn in German language as the duration and the fees will depend on the same.
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