Easy German Sentences

Easy German Sentences have words similar to English that will enable you to understand what is meant.

Easy German is German similar to English.

There are of several types of Easy German Sentences:

1. EASIEST GERMAN SENTENCES

2. EASY GERMAN SENTENCES THAT NEED NO TRANSLATION

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EASIEST GERMAN SENTENCES

Easiest German Sentences feature words similar to English that will enable you to understand what is meant.

You can use the spelling and/or sound of each word similar to English to help you figure out the meaning of each Easy German Sentence.

From the key words similar to English you should be able to make out the meanings of the other German connecting words that are not similar to English. You can use the words similar to English as clues to the meanings of the other German words.

When you travel to Germany, you will probably see some Easiest German Sentences that you will be able to understand just because you know the English words related to the German words in these Easy German Sentences.

Examples of Easiest German Sentences

After the German and English versions of each sentence is the pronunciation of the German sentence.

German -- English -- [Say German]

Ich bin Student. -- I am a student. -- [eekh bihn shtoo-DEHNT]

Ich komme aus den USA. -- I come from the USA. -- [eekh koh-muh ows dehn oo-ehs-ah]

Ich bin Vegetarier. -- I am vegetarian. -- [eekh bihn veh-guh-TAH-ree-ehr]

Ich bin Diabetiker. -- I am diabetic. -- [eekh bihn dee-ah-BEH-tee-kehr]

Ich bin Asthmatiker. -- I am asthmatic. -- [eekh bihn ahst-MAHT-eek-ehr]

Ich bin allergisch auf Penicillin. -- I am allergic to penicillin. -- [eekh bihn ah-LEHR-geesh owf ‘penicillin’]

Ich habe eine allergische Reaktion. -- I have an allergic reaction. -- [eekh HAH-buh IEN-uh ah-LEHR-geesh-uh reh-ahk-SYON]

Ich habe Arthritis. -- I have arthritis. -- [eekh HAH-buh AHR-tree-tihs]

Ich habe Fieber. -- I have a fever. -- [eekh HAH-buh FEEB-ehr]

Ich habe Krämpfe. -- I have cramps. -- [eekh HAH-buh KREHMP-fuh]

Ich habe eine Reservierung. -- I have a reservation. -- [eekh HAH-buh IEN-uh reh-zehr-VEE-roong]

Ich muss telefonieren. -- I must make a telephone call. -- [eekh moos tehl-eh-fohn-EER-uhn]

Sie ist in einem Meeting. -- She is in a meeting. -- [zee ihst ‘in’ IEN-uhm ‘meeting’]

Das ist kalt. -- This is cold. -- [dahs ihst kahlt]

Das ist nicht frisch. -- This is not fresh. -- [dahs ihst neekht frihsh]

Es ist kühl. -- It is cool. -- [ehs ihst kewl]

Es ist kalt. -- It is cold. -- [ehs ihst kahlt]

Es ist lang. -- It is long. -- [ehs ihst lahng]

Es ist gebrochen. -- It is broken. -- [ehs ihst geh-BROHKH-uhn]

Es gibt ein Problem. -- There is a problem. -- [ehs gihbt ien prohb-LEHM]

Meine Computer wurde gestohlen. -- My computer was stolen. -- [MIEN-uh ‘computer’ VOOR-duh guh-SHTOHL-uhn]

Meine Kamera wurde gestohlen. -- My camera was stolen. -- [MIEN-uh ‘camera’ VOOR-duh guh-SHTOHL-uhn]

Senden Sie dieses Paket per Express. -- Send this packet by express. -- [ZEHND-uhn zee DEEZ-uhs pah-KEHT pehr ‘express’]

Halten Sie hier. -- Halt (stop) here. -- [‘HALT’-uhn zee ‘here’]

Sprechen Sie lauter. -- Speak louder. -- [SHPREHKH-uhn zee LOWT-ehr]

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Questions:

Ist das der Bus nach Berlin? -- Is this the bus to Berlin? -- [ihst dahs dehr boos nahkh behr-LEEN]

Ist das der Ihr bester Preis? -- Is this your best price? -- [ihst dahs eehr BEHST-ehr ‘price’]

Wo ist ein Hotel? -- Where is a hotel? -- [voh ihst ien ‘hotel’]

Wo ist ein gutes Restaurant? -- Where is a good restaurant? -- [voh ihst ien GOO-tuhs reh-stoh-RAHNT]

Wo ist ein Café? -- Where is a café? -- [voh ihst ien ‘cafe’]

Wo ist die Bank? -- Where is the bank? -- [voh ihst dee bahnk]

Wo ist der Park? -- Where is the park? -- [voh ihst dehr ‘park’]

Wo ist das Museum? -- Where is the museum? -- [voh ihst dahs moo-ZEH-oom]

Wo sind die Taxis? -- Where are the taxis? -- [voh zihnt dee ‘taxis’]

Wo ist die Toilette? -- Where is the toilet? -- [voh ihst dee toy-LEHT]

Wo ist der Supermarkt? -- Where is the supermarket? -- [voh ihst dehr ZOO-pehr-mahrkt]

Wo ist die Bäckerei? -- Where is the bakery? -- [voh ihst duh beh-keh-RIE]

Wo ist die Kathedrale? -- Where is the cathedral? -- [voh ihst dee kah-teh-DRAHL-uh]

Wo ist die katholishe Kirche? -- Where is the Catholic church? -- [voh ihst dee kah-TOH-leesh-uh KEER-khuh]

Wo ist der botanische Garten? -- Where is the botanical garden? -- [voh ihst dehr boh-TAHN-eesh-uh GAHR-tuhn]

Wo ist diese Adresse? -- Where is this address? -- [voh ihst DEEZ-uh ah-DREHS-uh]

Wie ist die E-Mail-Adresse? -- What is the e-mail address? -- [wee ihst dee ‘e-mail’-ah-DREHS-uh]

Was ist das? -- What is that? -- [vahs ihst dahs]

Was sind die Kosten? -- What is the cost? -- [vahs zihnt dee KOHS-tuhn]

Welche Terminal? -- Which terminal? -- [VEHL-khuh tehr-mee-NAHL]

Welches Gate? -- Which gate? -- [VEHL-khehs GEHT]

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EASY GERMAN SENTENCES THAT NEED NO TRANSLATION

Some Easiest German Sentences are so easy that they need no translation because the words similar to English will enable you to understand what is meant.

You can use the spelling and/or sound of each word similar to English to help you figure out the meaning of each Easy German Sentence -- without need of translation.

So from the key words similar to English you should be able to make out the meanings of the other German connecting words that are not similar to English.

When you travel to Germany, you will probably see some German Sentences That Need No Translation which you will be able to understand just because you know the English words related to the German words in these Easy German Sentences.

Examples of Easy German Sentences That Need No Translation

After the German version of each sentence is the pronunciation of the German sentence.

German -- [Say German]

Hallo! -- [hah-LOH]

Mein Name ist Jan. -- [mien nahm-uh ihst yahn]

Ich habe ein Ticket. -- [eekh Hah-buh ien TEE-keht]

Ich habe ein Economy-Class Ticket. -- [eekh HAH-buh ien ‘economy-class’ TEE-keht]

Ich habe ein Meeting mit Fritz. -- [eekh HAH-buh ien ‘meeting’ miht ‘Fritz’]

Ich habe ein Apartment reserviert. -- [eekh HAH-buh ien ‘apartment’ reh-zehr-VEERT]

Ich habe Arthritis. -- [eekh HAH-buh AHR-tree-tihs]

Ich habe eine allergische Reaktion. -- [eekh HAH-buh IEN-uh ah-LEHR-geesh-uh reh-ahk-SYON]

Hier ist meine Adresse. -- [‘here’ ihst MIEN-uh ah-DREHS-uh]

Hier ist meine E-Mail-Adresse. -- [‘here’ ihst MIEN-uh ‘e-mail’-ah-DREHS-uh]

Hier ist meine Nummer. -- [‘here’ ihst MIEN-uh NOOM-ehr]

Es ist warm. -- [ehs ihst vahrm]

Es ist interessant. -- [ehs ihst interessant]

Es ist romantisch. -- [ehs ihst romantisch]

Ist das der Bus? -- [ihst dahs dehr boos]

Ist es koscher? -- [ihst ehs ‘kosher’]

Wann ist der Check-out? -- [vahn ihst dehr ‘check-out’]

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Different Order:

Some German sentences have words in a different order than they would be in English, but in spite of this you should be able to understand what the following sentences mean.

German -- [Say]

Kann ich ein Fax senden? -- [kahn eekh ien fahks ZEHND-uhn]

Kann ich hier parken? -- [kahn eekh ‘here’ ‘PARK’-uhn]

Kann ich ein Glas Wasser haben? -- [kahn eekh ien glahs VAH-sehr HAH-buhn]

Kann ich ein Glas Bier haben? -- [kahn eekh ien glahs ‘beer’ HAH-buhn]

Kann ich der Tee mit Milch haben? -- [kahn eekh dehr ‘tea’ miht mihlkh HAH-buhn]

Kann ich der Kaffee mit Milch haben? -- [kahn eekh dehr kah-FEH miht mihlkh HAH-buhn]

Wann beginnt es? -- [vahn beh-GIHNT ehs]

Wann endet es? -- [vahn ‘END’-eht ehs]

Haben Sie wireless Internet? -- [HAH-buhn zee IEN-uhn ‘wireless internet’]

Haben Sie eine Sauna? -- [HAH-buhn zee IEN-uh ZOWN-ah]

Haben Sie Informationen über Berlin? -- [HAH-buhn zee IHN-fohr-mah-syoh-nuhn EW-buhr behr-LEEN]

Haben Sie eine antiseptische Creme? -- [HAH-buhn zee IEN-uh ahn-tee-ZEHP-tee-shuh krehm]

Können Sie die Toilette reparieren? -- [KERN-nuhn zee dee toy-LEHT-tuh reh-pah-REER-uhn]

Ich muss eine E-Mail senden. -- [eekh moos IEN-uh E-mehl ZEHND-uhn]

Ich muss ein Fax senden. -- [eekh moos ien fahks ZEHND-uhn]

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Two Words English In Are One Word In German:

In some cases, two words English in are one word in German:

German -- [Say]

Wo ist ein Internetcafé? -- [voh ihst ien ‘internet-café’]

Wo ist die Konzerthalle? -- [voh ihst dee kohn-TSEHRT-hah-luh]

Wie ist die Telefonnummer? -- [wee ihst dee tehl-uh-FOHN-noom-ehr]

Was ist die Faxnummer? -- [vahs ihst dee FAHKS-noom-ehr]

Kann ich Toilettenpapier haben? -- [kahn eekh HAH-buhn toy-LEHT-tuhn-pah-peer]

Kann ich die Telefonnummer haben? -- [kahn eekh dee tehl-uh-FOHN-noom-ehr HAH-buhn]

Haben Sie die Telefonnummer für ein Taxi? -- [HAH-buhn zee dee tehl-uh-FOHN-noom-ehr fewr ien ‘taxi’]

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Easy German Sentences are not the only part of German that is easy.

Easy German is German similar to English.

EASY GERMAN WORDS look like English words. Some Easy German words are spelled exactly like English. Other Easy German words are spelled slightly different than English, but look related.

EASY GERMAN PHRASES contain enough words similar to English that you will be able to understand what the phrases mean.

EASY GERMAN PRONUNCIATIONS are German words pronounced like English, with some spelled exactly like English, and others spelled slightly different than English but still pronounced like English.

EASY GERMAN GRAMMAR has German words similar to English in the same order in German as in English (but unfortunately not all German grammar is Easy German Grammar.)

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Many German words are spelled exactly like English. Even more German words are spelled slightly different than English -- although easily recognizable as related to English.

Discover how much you know about German just because you know English. You will recognize more German words than you realize.

Since so many German words resemble English, it makes sense to take advantage of your experience with those related words. If you are an English-speaker, you have spent years with these English words that resemble German words. You know how to pronounce them, what they mean, how to use them in conversation, all without thinking about them consciously.

If you’ve never studied German, you may not realize that you already know many German words in English. Easiest Foreign Languages will reveal that you already know quite a bit of German, because so many German words are similar to English.

The Easy German words that are similar to English provide the easiest way to begin learning German, and can make learning the German language easier for you.

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LINKS TO MORE EASY GERMAN SENTENCES:


Easiest German Sentences.


Some Easiest German Sentences Need No Translation.


Easy German Words.


Easy German Phrases.



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