English Needs No Translation For German

Some English Needs No Translation For German because the words similar German to will enable understanding of what is meant.

[Sehen Sie unten für maschinelle Übersetzung in Deutschen.]

Use the spelling and/or sound of each English word similar to German to help you figure out its meaning.

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

Use the words similar to German as clues to the meanings of the other English words. Try to just get the overall meaning of each sentence without trying to translate each unfamiliar English word. Many are like sentences in German that express ideas you have said or heard often before.

Consider each sentence as a puzzle you can probably solve. Have fun with the challenge of it. See how far down the list you can get.

This list starts with the easiest English sentences for German-speakers to figure out, and then progresses to more challenging ones.

[In the following pronunciation guide, only English words pronounced like German are included now, enclosed in single quotation marks. The rest of the English pronunciations will be added later.]

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English Needs No Translation For German

STATEMENTS

ENGLISH [Pronunciations will be added]

Hello!

Good morning.

My name is Jan.

I am a student.

I come from the USA.

I am vegetarian.

I am vegan.

I am diabetic.

I am asthmatic.

I am heterosexual.

I am homosexual.

I am bisexual.

I am allergic to penicillin.

I am allergic to antibiotics.

I am allergic to gluten.

I have an allergic reaction.

I have arthritis.

I have a fever.

I have cramps.

I have a ticket.

I have an E-ticket.

I have an E-ticket.

I have a business class ticket. [‘Business-Class’]

I have an economy class ticket. [‘Economy-Class’]

I have a first class ticket.

I have a reservation.

I have my reservation.

I have a meeting with Fritz. [‘Meeting’]

I have an apartment reserved. [‘Apartment’]

Here is my address. [‘hier’]

Here is my e-mail address. [‘hier’ ‘E-Mail’]

Here is my e-mail. [‘hier’ ‘E-Mail’]

Here is my number. [‘hier’]

We have a reservation.

She is in a meeting.

This is fresh.

This is not fresh.

That is all.

It is warm.

It is interesting.

It is romantic.

It is long.

It is broken.

My computer was stolen.

My auto was stolen.

My camera was stolen.

My rucksack was stolen.

Send this packet.

Send this packet by express.

Speak louder.

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QUESTIONS

Is this the bus?

Is this the bus to New York?

Is this the way to New York?

Is this your best price?

Is it kosher? [‘kosher’]

When is check-out? [‘Check-out’]

Where is a bus?

Where is a hotel?

Where is a bar? [‘Bar’]

Where is a good bar? [‘Bar’]

Where is a restaurant?

Where is a good restaurant?

Where is a café? [‘Cafe’]

Where is the bank?

Where is the park? [‘Park’]

Where is the pool? [‘Pool’]

Where is the pool for kids?

Where is the zoo?

Where is the museum?

Where is the theater?

Where is a casino? [‘Casino’]

Where is a film?

Where is the canyon?

Where are the taxis? [‘Taxis’]

Where is the toilet?

Where is the supermarket?

Where is the stadium?

Where is the palace?

Where is the ruin?

Where is the waterfall?

Where is the field?

Where is the bakery?

Where is the cathedral?

Where is the Catholic church?

Where is the shrine? [‘Schrein’]

Where is the synagogue?

Where is a concert?

Where is an opera?

Where is the botanical garden?

What is that?

What is the cost?

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DIFFERENT ORDER

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

QUESTIONS

Do you speak English?

Where can I find a taxi?

Can I send a fax?

Can I park here? [‘hier’]

Can I camp here? [‘hier’]

Can I see that?

Can I see the jeans?

Can I see the bikini? [‘Bikini’]

Can I see the sweatshirt?

Can I see an apartment? [‘Apartment’]

Can I see a ring?

Can I see earrings?

Can I see the blouse?

Can I see the jacket?

Can I see a camera? [‘Kamera’]

Can I see a digital camera? [‘digitale Kamera’]

Can I see an automatic camera? [‘Kamera’]

Can I have an adapter? [‘Adapter’]

Can I have toast? [‘Toast’]

Can I have butter?

Can I have a muffin?

Can I have a doughnut? [‘Donut’]

Can I have the pizza? [‘Pizza’]

Can I have the spaghetti?

Can I have the sandwich?

Can I have a hamburger?

Can I have ketchup? [‘Ketchup’]

Can I have mayonnaise?

Can I have your e-mail (address)?

Can I have a glass?

Can I have a glass of cola? [‘Cola’]

Can I have glass of water?

Can I have a glass of beer? [‘Bier’]

Can I have a glass of wine?

Can I have a glass of champagne?

Can I have tea? [‘Tee’]

Can I have coffee?

Can I have tea with milk? [‘Tee’]

Can I have coffee with milk?

Can I have a glass of ice(d) tea? [‘Eis-Tee’]

Can I have information on New York?

Can I speak with Jan?

Can I speak with the manager? [‘Manager’]

When does it begin?

When does it end?

Do you have a computer? [‘Computer’]

Do you internet? [‘Internet’]

Do you have wireless internet? [‘wireless Internet’]

Do you have an adapter? [‘Adapter’]

Do you have a sauna?

Do you have shampoo? [‘Shampoo’]

Do you have tampons? [‘Tampons’]

Do you have aspirin?

Do you have deodorant?

Do you have ibuprofen?

Do you have lotion?

Do you have a T-shirt? [‘T-shirt’]

Do you have massage?

Do you have a sports massage?

Do you have a jet ski? [‘Jet Ski’]

Do you have a snowboard? [‘Snowboard’]

Do you have a surfboard?

Do you have jazz?

Do you have rap?

Do you have a moped? [‘Moped’]

Do you have an auto?

Do you have information on New York?

Do you have a reservation?

Do you have kids?

Do you have manicure?

Do you have pedicure?

Do you have acupuncture?

Do you have aromatherapy?

Do you have sandals?

Do you have beige?

Do you have brown?

Do you have pink?

Do you have diamonds?

Do you have pearls?

Do you have platinum?

Do you have hairspray?

Do you have condoms?

Do you have antiseptic cream?

Do you have cigarettes?

Do you have a battery?

Do you have classical music?

Do you have an auto with automatic?

Can you repair the toilet?

Can you repair the light?

Can you make this warm?

Can we sit here? [‘hier’]

What does a taxi cost? [‘Taxi’]

What does a taxi cost to the terminal? [‘Taxi’]

What does it cost per kilometer?

What does it cost per week?

What does it cost per night?

What does it cost over night?

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DIFFERENT ORDER STATEMENTS

I am here for a meeting. [‘Meeting’] [‘hier’]

I am here for a seminar. [‘hier’]

I am here for a conference. [‘hier’]

I must send an e-mail.

I must send a fax.

I must make a copy.

I am here with my friend. [‘hier’]

The toilet does not function.

The telephone does not function.

My telephone does not function.

My telephone does not function here. [‘hier’]

The light does not function.

The microwave does not function.

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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:

Where is an internet café? [‘Internetcafé’]

Where is the tennis match? [‘Tennis’-]

What is the telephone number?

What is your telephone number?

Here is my telephone number. [‘hier’]

What is the fax number?

Where is the concert hall?

Where is the opera house? [‘-haus’]

Where is a camping place? [‘Camping’-]

Where is the parking place? [‘Park’-]

Where is the picnic place? [‘Picknick’-]

Where is the tourist information bureau?

I am allergic to milk products.

My credit card was stolen.

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DIFFERENT ORDER

Can I have a hot dog?

Can I have toilet paper?

Can I have the telephone number?

Can I have a telephone card?

Can I have an international telephone card?

Can I have a glass of the house wine? [‘Haus’-]

Can I have a kid’s menu?

Do you have the telephone number for a taxi? [‘Taxi’]

Do you have a post card? [‘Post’-]

Do you have toilet paper?

Do you have insect spray?

Do you have a nail file?

Do you have sterling silver?

Do you have a fitness room?

Do you have a kid’s menu?

Do you have kid’s portions?

Do you have live music? [‘Live’-]

Do you have pop music?

Do you have a motor boat? [‘Motorboot’]

Do you have water skis?

The washing machine does not function.

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FOR AN EASIER VERSION

For an easier version of these sentences -- with German translations -- go to the web page Easiest English Sentences For German. There these same sentences and more appear along with the German translations to help you understand the English sentences more easily.

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MORE ENGLISH THAT NEEDS NO TRANSLATION

Signs in English That Need No Translation:

CHECK-IN

E-TICKET CHECK-IN

GATES

INFORMATION

BANK

PIN-NUMBER

DIESEL

FAX

INTERNET

WIRELESS INTERNET

INSTANT MESSENGER

E-MAIL [‘E-Mail’]

SEND

MENU

SPECIALTIES

FOR VEGETARIANS

CALORIES

SUPERMARKET

TOILET

STOP

POLICE

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Seasons:

winter

summer

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MONTHS:

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October [‘Oktober’]

November [‘November’]

December

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DAYS:

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

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NUMBERS:

one

two

three

four

five

six [sihks]

seven

eight

nine

ten [tehn]

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MACHINE TRANSLATION INTO GERMAN

Note: Machine translations are accurate enough that the text is understandable, and you can get the gist of the content.

But sometimes there are a few errors that could cause some misunderstanding, from word-order mixups or incorrect translations.

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MASCHINELLE ÜBERSETZUNG IN DEUTSCHEN

Anmerkung: Maschinelle Übersetzungen sind genug genau, dass der Text verständlich ist, und Sie können den Kern des Inhalts erhalten.

Aber manchmal es gibt einige Störungen, die irgendein Missverständnis verursachen konnten, von den Wortstellung mixups oder von den falschen Übersetzungen.

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Englisch benötigt keine Übersetzung für Deutschen

Englisch benötigt keine Übersetzung für Deutschen ist einige englische Sätze, die keine Übersetzung benötigen, weil der Wörter ähnliche Deutsche zum Willen Verständnis ermöglichen von, was bedeutet wird.

Diese Sätze können für Englisch-Lautsprecher und Deutsch-Lautsprecher nützlich sein.

Wenn Sie ein Englisch-Sprecher sind, der gleichgültig wo in Deutschland reist, wird Englisch nicht gesprochen, können Sie alle diese Sätze auf englisch sagen und von den Deutsch-Sprechern vermutlich verstanden werden.

Wenn Sie ein Deutsch-Sprecher sind, können diese Sätze Ihnen helfen, Englisch zu erlernen. Benutzen Sie die Rechtschreibung und/oder den Ton jedes englischen Wortes, das Deutschem, um Ihnen zu helfen seine, Bedeutung herauszufinden ähnlich ist.

So von den Schlüsselwörtern, die Deutschem sollten Sie ähnlich sind, sein, die Bedeutungen von den anderen englischen anschließenwörtern auszumachen, die nicht Deutschem ähnlich sind. Verwenden Sie die Wörter, die Deutschem als Anhaltspunkte den Bedeutungen der anderen englischen Wörter ähnlich sind. Versuchen Sie, die Gesamtbedeutung jedes Satzes gerade zu erhalten, ohne zu versuchen, jedes nicht vertraute englische Wort zu übersetzen. Viele sind wie Sätze auf Deutsch, das Eilideen Sie häufig vorher gesagt oder gehört haben.

Betrachten Sie jeden Satz, wie ein Puzzlespiel, das Sie vermutlich lösen können. Haben Sie Spaß mit der Herausforderung von ihr. Sehen Sie, wie weit hinunter die Liste Sie erhalten können.

Diese Liste beginnt mit den einfachsten englischen Sätzen, damit Deutsch-Lautsprecher herausfinden und kommt dann bis zu den schwierigeren weiter.

[Im Folgenden Ausspracheführer, nur die englischen Wörter, die wie ausgesprochen werden, sind jetzt eingeschlossen, eingeschlossen in den einzelnen Anführungszeichen. Der Rest der englischen Aussprachen wird später addiert.]

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Englisch benötigt keine Übersetzung für Deutschen

AUSSAGEN

ENGLISCH [Aussprachen werden addiert]


Hello!

Good morning.

My name is Jan.

I am a student.

I come from the USA.

I am vegetarian.

I am vegan.

I am diabetic.

I am asthmatic.

I am heterosexual.

I am homosexual.

I am bisexual.

I am allergic to penicillin.

I am allergic to antibiotics.

I am allergic to gluten.

I have an allergic reaction.

I have arthritis.

I have a fever.

I have cramps.

I have a ticket.

I have an E-ticket.

I have an E-ticket.

I have a business class ticket. [‘Business-Class’]

I have an economy class ticket. [‘Economy-Class’]

I have a first class ticket.

I have a reservation.

I have my reservation.

I have a meeting with Fritz. [‘Meeting’]

I have an apartment reserved. [‘Apartment’]

Here is my address. [‘hier’]

Here is my e-mail address. [‘hier’ ‘E-Mail’]

Here is my e-mail. [‘hier’ ‘E-Mail’]

Here is my number. [‘hier’]

We have a reservation.

She is in a meeting.

This is fresh.

This is not fresh.

That is all.

It is warm.

It is interesting.

It is romantic.

It is long.

It is broken.

My computer was stolen.

My auto was stolen.

My camera was stolen.

My rucksack was stolen.

Send this packet.

Send this packet by express.

Speak louder.

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FRAGEN

Is this the bus?

Is this the bus to New York?

Is this the way to New York?

Is this your best price?

Is it kosher? [‘kosher’]

When is check-out? [‘Check-out’]

Where is a bus?

Where is a hotel?

Where is a bar? [‘Bar’]

Where is a good bar? [‘Bar’]

Where is a restaurant?

Where is a good restaurant?

Where is a café? [‘Cafe’]

Where is the bank?

Where is the park? [‘Park’]

Where is the pool? [‘Pool’]

Where is the pool for kids?

Where is the zoo?

Where is the museum?

Where is the theater?

Where is a casino? [‘Casino’]

Where is a film?

Where is the canyon?

Where are the taxis? [‘Taxis’]

Where is the toilet?

Where is the supermarket?

Where is the stadium?

Where is the palace?

Where is the ruin?

Where is the waterfall?

Where is the field?

Where is the bakery?

Where is the cathedral?

Where is the Catholic church?

Where is the shrine? [‘Schrein’]

Where is the synagogue?

Where is a concert?

Where is an opera?

Where is the botanical garden?

What is that?

What is the cost?

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UNTERSCHIEDLICHER AUFTRAG

Einige englische Sätze haben Wörter in einem anderen Auftrag, als sie auf Deutsch sein würden, aber trotz dieses Sie in der Lage sein sollten, zu verstehen, was die folgenden Sätze bedeuten.

FRAGEN

Do you speak English?

Where can I find a taxi?

Can I send a fax?

Can I park here? [‘hier’]

Can I camp here? [‘hier’]

Can I see that?

Can I see the jeans?

Can I see the bikini? [‘Bikini’]

Can I see the sweatshirt?

Can I see an apartment? [‘Apartment’]

Can I see a ring?

Can I see earrings?

Can I see the blouse?

Can I see the jacket?

Can I see a camera? [‘Kamera’]

Can I see a digital camera? [‘digitale Kamera’]

Can I see an automatic camera? [‘Kamera’]

Can I have an adapter? [‘Adapter’]

Can I have toast? [‘Toast’]

Can I have butter?

Can I have a muffin?

Can I have a doughnut? [‘Donut’]

Can I have the pizza? [‘Pizza’]

Can I have the spaghetti?

Can I have the sandwich?

Can I have a hamburger?

Can I have ketchup? [‘Ketchup’]

Can I have mayonnaise?

Can I have your e-mail (address)?

Can I have a glass?

Can I have a glass of cola? [‘Cola’]

Can I have glass of water?

Can I have a glass of beer? [‘Bier’]

Can I have a glass of wine?

Can I have a glass of champagne?

Can I have tea? [‘Tee’]

Can I have coffee?

Can I have tea with milk? [‘Tee’]

Can I have coffee with milk?

Can I have a glass of ice(d) tea? [‘Eis-Tee’]

Can I have information on New York?

Can I speak with Jan?

Can I speak with the manager? [‘Manager’]

When does it begin?

When does it end?

Do you have a computer? [‘Computer’]

Do you internet? [‘Internet’]

Do you have wireless internet? [‘wireless Internet’]

Do you have an adapter? [‘Adapter’]

Do you have a sauna?

Do you have shampoo? [‘Shampoo’]

Do you have tampons? [‘Tampons’]

Do you have aspirin?

Do you have deodorant?

Do you have ibuprofen?

Do you have lotion?

Do you have a T-shirt? [‘T-shirt’]

Do you have massage?

Do you have a sports massage?

Do you have a jet ski? [‘Jet Ski’]

Do you have a snowboard? [‘Snowboard’]

Do you have a surfboard?

Do you have jazz?

Do you have rap?

Do you have a moped? [‘Moped’]

Do you have an auto?

Do you have information on New York?

Do you have a reservation?

Do you have kids?

Do you have manicure?

Do you have pedicure?

Do you have acupuncture?

Do you have aromatherapy?

Do you have sandals?

Do you have beige?

Do you have brown?

Do you have pink?

Do you have diamonds?

Do you have pearls?

Do you have platinum?

Do you have hairspray?

Do you have condoms?

Do you have antiseptic cream?

Do you have cigarettes?

Do you have a battery?

Do you have classical music?

Do you have an auto with automatic?

Can you repair the toilet?

Can you repair the light?

Can you make this warm?

Can we sit here? [‘hier’]

What does a taxi cost? [‘Taxi’]

What does a taxi cost to the terminal? [‘Taxi’]

What does it cost per kilometer?

What does it cost per week?

What does it cost per night?

What does it cost over night?

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VERSCHIEDENE AUFTRAGS-AUSSAGEN

I am here for a meeting. [‘Meeting’] [‘hier’]

I am here for a seminar. [‘hier’]

I am here for a conference. [‘hier’]

I must send an e-mail.

I must send a fax.

I must make a copy.

I am here with my friend. [‘hier’]

The toilet does not function.

The telephone does not function.

My telephone does not function.

My telephone does not function here. [‘hier’]

The light does not function.

The microwave does not function.

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ZWEI WÖRTER, DIE SIND ENGLISCH SIND INNEN, EIN WORT AUF DEUTSCH

In einigen Fällen sind zwei Wörter, die englisch sind innen, ein Wort auf Deutsch:

Where is an internet café? [‘Internetcafé’]

Where is the tennis match? [‘Tennis’-]

What is the telephone number?

What is your telephone number?

Here is my telephone number. [‘hier’]

What is the fax number?

Where is the concert hall?

Where is the opera house? [‘-haus’]

Where is a camping place? [‘Camping’-]

Where is the parking place? [‘Park’-]

Where is the picnic place? [‘Picknick’-]

Where is the tourist information bureau?

I am allergic to milk products.

My credit card was stolen.

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UNTERSCHIEDLICHER AUFTRAG

Can I have a hot dog?

Can I have toilet paper?

Can I have the telephone number?

Can I have a telephone card?

Can I have an international telephone card?

Can I have a glass of the house wine? [‘Haus’-]

Can I have a kid’s menu?

Do you have the telephone number for a taxi? [‘Taxi’]

Do you have a post card? [‘Post’-]

Do you have toilet paper?

Do you have insect spray?

Do you have a nail file?

Do you have sterling silver?

Do you have a fitness room?

Do you have a kid’s menu?

Do you have kid’s portions?

Do you have live music? [‘Live’-]

Do you have pop music?

Do you have a motor boat? [‘Motorboot’]

Do you have water skis?

The washing machine does not function.

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FÜR EINE EINFACHERE VERSION

Für eine einfachere Version dieser Sätze -- mit deutschen Übersetzungen -- gehen Sie zu den Webseite einfachsten englischen Sätzen für Deutschen. Dort scheinen diese gleichen Sätze und mehr zusammen mit den deutschen Übersetzungen, Ihnen zu helfen, die Englischsätze leicht zu verstehen.

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ENGLISCHER, DAS KEINE ÜBERSETZUNG BENÖTIGT

Unterzeichnet innen englische, die keine Übersetzung benötigen:

CHECK-IN

E-TICKET CHECK-IN

GATES

INFORMATION

BANK

PIN-NUMBER

DIESEL

FAX

INTERNET

WIRELESS INTERNET

INSTANT MESSENGER

E-MAIL [‘E-Mail’]

SEND

MENU

SPECIALTIES

FOR VEGETARIANS

CALORIES

SUPERMARKET

TOILET

STOP

POLICE

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Jahreszeiten:

winter

summer

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MONATE:

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October [‘Oktober’]

November [‘November’]

December

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TAGE:

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

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ZAHLEN:

one

two

three

four

five

six [sihks]

seven

eight

nine

ten [tehn]

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Einfachste Sprachen haben Tausenden Wörter, die Englisch, so ähnlich sind:

“Dieses ist die einfachste Weise, Fremdsprachen zu erlernen anzufangen.”

Helfend fangen mehr Leute Fremdsprachen die einfachste Weise an.

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ERKLÄREN SIE IHREN FREUNDEN!

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