English Spelled Like German

English Spelled Like German are some of the easiest words in English for German speakers.

[Sehen Sie unten für maschinelle Übersetzung in Deutschen.]

Some of the following English words spelled like German are recently borrowed from English, like 'computer' and 'internet'. Some others have been borrowed from French ['ballet'] or from other languages by both English and German.

In the following pronunciation guide, English words pronounced like German are enclosed in single quotation marks, as in: baby [‘baby’].

Many of the English words spelled like German are also pronounced like German, as listed below.

To keep English pronunciation easiest, English words are shown to have a similar pronunciation to German if the stress is on the same syllable, and the letters are pronounced enough alike that English speakers will probably understand what you mean if you pronounce those words as you do in German.

Later you can listen to how English speakers pronounce them, and try to mimic any small differences in pronunciation to make them sound more authentically English.

[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.]

Note: German nouns are always capitalized, but English nouns are usually in lower case.

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English Spelled Like German

ENGLISH [SAY]

adapter [‘Adapter’]

aftershave

aids

apartment [‘Apartment’]

aperitif [‘Aperitif’]

April [AY-prihl]

arm [‘Arm’]

arthritis

aspirin

audio-guide

august

auto

avocado [‘Avocado’]

baby [‘Baby’]

babysitter [‘Babysitter’]

bacon [‘Bacon’]

bank [‘Bank’]

bar (place) [‘Bar’]

baseball [‘Baseball’]

basketball [‘Basketball’]

beige [bayzh]

bikini [‘Bikini’]

bus [boos]

business-class [‘Business-Class’]

butter

café (place) [‘Café’]

camping [‘Camping’]

canyon [‘Canyon’]

casino [‘Casino’]

CD

cent (euro)

Celsius

check-in [‘Check-in’]

check-out [‘Check-out’]

Christ

club [kluhb]

cola (soda) [‘Cola’]

computer [‘Computer’]

cracker [‘Cracker’]

cricket (sport) [‘Cricket’]

deodorant

denim [‘Denim’]

diesel

digital

dill [‘Dill’]

display

dollar (U.S.) [‘Dollar’]

donut (doughnut) [‘Donut’]

drink (n)

DVD

economy-class [‘Economy-Class’]

e-mail [‘E-Mail’]

e-mails [‘E-Mails’]

e-ticket [EE-tih-kuht]

euro [oy-roh]

express [‘Express’]

extra (additional) [‘extra’]

fax [Fax]

film (movie) [fihlm]

finger

florist

foto (photo) [‘Foto’]

fotos (photos) [‘Fotos’]

garage

gate(s) (airport) [‘Gate’]

gel (hair)

gin [‘gin’]

gluten [‘Gluten’]

golden

golf [‘Golf’]

grill

halt [‘Halt’]

hamburger [‘Hamburger’]

hammer

hand

hockey

hotel [‘Hotel’]

ibuprofen [ai-boo-PROH-fuhn]

in [‘in’]

information

instant message

insulin

international

internet [‘Internet’]

internet café [‘Internet Café’]

internet-service [‘Internet’]

jazz [‘Jazz’]

jeans [‘Jeans’]

jet ski [‘Jet Ski’]

ketchup [‘Ketchup’]

kilo [‘Kilo’]

kilometer

kiwi (fruit)

liter [‘Liter’]

lotion

manager [‘Manager’]

mango [‘Mango’]

margarine

marzipan

massage [mah-SAHZH]

mayonnaise

medium (cooked)

meeting [‘Meeting’]

menü

meter

mild

million

mini-bar

minute

mixer (blender)

moment [MOH-mehnt]

moped [‘Moped’]

motor [‘Motor’]

museum

muffin

name [naym]

November [‘November’]

ok

olive

online-ticket(s)

orange (color)

oregano [‘Oregano’]

papaya [‘Papaya’]

paprika [‘Paprika’]

park (n) [‘Park’]

pasta [‘Pasta’]

penicillin [‘Penicillin’]

penis

person

pilsner [‘Pilsner’]

pin

pizzeria

pizza [‘Pizza’]

pool [‘Pool’]

portion

post (post office) [‘Post’]

problem

professor [‘Professor’]

pullover (sweater)

rap (music) [‘Rap’]

recycling

region

restaurant [REHS-to-rahnt]

ring [‘Ring’]

route

rucksack

rugby

rum [room]

safe (for valuables)

salami [sah-LAH-mee]

sandwich [‘Sandwich’]

sardine [sar-DEEN]

sauce

sauna

scanner

scotch [‘Scotch’]

seminar

September [sehp-TEHM-buhr]

service?

shampoo [shahm-POO]

sherry [‘Sherry’]

sightseeing

ski (n)

snowboard [‘Snowboard’]

souvenir

spaghetti [‘Spaghetti’]

sport [‘Sport’]

sport massage [‘sport’-mah-SAHZH]

statue

steak [‘Steak’]

steakhouse

student

super (gasoline) [‘Super’]

surfboard [‘Surfboard’]

sweatshirt

tampon [‘Tampon’]

tampons [‘Tampons’]

taxi [‘Taxi’]

taxis [‘Taxis’]

team [‘Team’]

tennis [‘Tennis’]

tequila [‘Tequila’]

terminal (airport)

theater

ticket [‘Ticket’]

tickets [‘Tickets’]

toast [‘Toast’]

tofu [‘Tofu’]

tonic [‘Tonic’]

tour

tourist

T-shirt [‘T-Shirt’]

USA

vagina

vaginal

vitamin

volleyball [‘Volleyball’]

warm

whisky [WIHS-kee]

winter

wireless [‘wireless’]

wireless internet [‘wireless Internet’]

zoo

zucchini [‘Zucchini’]

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In some cases one German word is similar to two separate words in English:

bus tour

digital fotos

express bus

hot dog [‘Hotdog’]

jazz club [jaz-kluhb]

lift pass [‘Liftpass’]

mountain bike [‘Mountainbike’]

ski lift

sport massage

tennis match [‘Tennismatch’]

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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 buchstabiert wie Deutscher

Englisch buchstabierte wie Deutscher ist einige der einfachsten Wörter auf englisch für deutsche Lautsprecher.

Die englischen folgenden Wörter werden von ihren Aussprachen gefolgt, um Ihnen zu helfen, festzustellen, dass diese Fremdwörter, die genau wie Deutschen buchstabiert werden wirklich, englische Wörter sind.

Einige der folgenden englischen Wörter, die wie Deutscher buchstabiert werden, werden vor kurzem von Englisch, wie „Computer“ und „Internet“ ausgeborgt. Einige andere sind aus Französischem [„Ballett“] oder von anderen Sprachen von Englisch und vom Deutschen ausgeborgt worden.

Viele der englischen Wörter, die wie Deutscher buchstabiert werden, werden auch wie Deutscher ausgesprochen, wie nachstehend aufgeführt.

Um englisches Aussprache werden einfachste, englische zu halten Wörter gezeigt um ein Ähnliches Aussprache zum Deutschen zu haben wenn der Druck auf der gleichen Silbe ist, und die Buchstaben sind ausgeprägtes genug gleich dem englische Sprecher vermutlich verstehen was Sie bedeuten wenn Sie jene Wörter aussprechen wie Sie auf Deutsch tun. Später können Sie hören zu, wie englische Lautsprecher sie aussprechen, und versuchen, alle kleinen Unterschiede bezüglich des Aussprache nachzuahmen, um sie Englisch authentischer klingen zu lassen.

[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.]

Anmerkung: Deutsche Gegenstandswörter werden immer großgeschrieben, aber englische Gegenstandswörter sind normalerweise in Kleinschreibung.

ENGLISCH [SAGEN SIE]

adapter [‘Adapter’]

aftershave

aids

apartment [‘Apartment’]

aperitif [‘Aperitif’]

April [AY-prihl]

arm [‘Arm’]

arthritis

aspirin

audio-guide

august

auto

avocado [‘Avocado’]

baby [‘Baby’]

babysitter [‘Babysitter’]

bacon [‘Bacon’]

bank [‘Bank’]

bar (place) [‘Bar’]

baseball [‘Baseball’]

basketball [‘Basketball’]

beige [bayzh]

bikini [‘Bikini’]

bus [boos]

business-class [‘Business-Class’]

butter

café (place) [‘Café’]

camping [‘Camping’]

canyon [‘Canyon’]

casino [‘Casino’]

CD

cent (euro)

Celsius

check-in [‘Check-in’]

check-out [‘Check-out’]

Christ

club [kluhb]

cola (soda) [‘Cola’]

computer [‘Computer’]

cracker [‘Cracker’]

cricket (sport) [‘Cricket’]

deodorant

denim [‘Denim’]

diesel

digital

dill [‘Dill’]

display

dollar (U.S.) [‘Dollar’]

donut (doughnut) [‘Donut’]

drink (n)

DVD

economy-class [‘Economy-Class’]

e-mail [‘E-Mail’]

e-mails [‘E-Mails’]

e-ticket [EE-tih-kuht]

euro [oy-roh]

express [‘Express’]

extra (additional) [‘extra’]

fax [Fax]

film (movie) [fihlm]

finger

florist

foto (photo) [‘Foto’]

fotos (photos) [‘Fotos’]

garage

gate(s) (airport) [‘Gate’]

gel (hair)

gin [‘gin’]

gluten [‘Gluten’]

golden

golf [‘Golf’]

grill

halt [‘Halt’]

hamburger [‘Hamburger’]

hammer

hand

hockey

hotel [‘Hotel’]

ibuprofen [ai-boo-PROH-fuhn]

in [‘in’]

information

instant message

insulin

international

internet [‘Internet’]

internet café [‘Internet Café’]

internet-service [‘Internet’]

jazz [‘Jazz’]

jeans [‘Jeans’]

jet ski [‘Jet Ski’]

ketchup [‘Ketchup’]

kilo [‘Kilo’]

kilometer

kiwi (fruit)

liter [‘Liter’]

lotion

manager [‘Manager’]

mango [‘Mango’]

margarine

marzipan

massage [mah-SAHZH]

mayonnaise

medium (cooked)

meeting [‘Meeting’]

menü

meter

mild

million

mini-bar

minute

mixer (blender)

moment [MOH-mehnt]

moped [‘Moped’]

motor [‘Motor’]

museum

muffin

name [naym]

November [‘November’]

ok

olive

online-ticket(s)

orange (color)

oregano [‘Oregano’]

papaya [‘Papaya’]

paprika [‘Paprika’]

park (n) [‘Park’]

pasta [‘Pasta’]

penicillin [‘Penicillin’]

penis

person

pilsner [‘Pilsner’]

pin

pizzeria

pizza [‘Pizza’]

pool [‘Pool’]

portion

post (post office) [‘Post’]

problem

professor [‘Professor’]

pullover (sweater)

rap (music) [‘Rap’]

recycling

region

restaurant [REHS-to-rahnt]

ring [‘Ring’]

route

rucksack

rugby

rum [room]

safe (for valuables)

salami [sah-LAH-mee]

sandwich [‘Sandwich’]

sardine [sar-DEEN]

sauce

sauna

scanner

scotch [‘Scotch’]

seminar

September [sehp-TEHM-buhr]

service?

shampoo [shahm-POO]

sherry [‘Sherry’]

sightseeing

ski (n)

snowboard [‘Snowboard’]

souvenir

spaghetti [‘Spaghetti’]

sport [‘Sport’]

sport massage [‘sport’-mah-SAHZH]

statue

steak [‘Steak’]

steakhouse

student

super (gasoline) [‘Super’]

surfboard [‘Surfboard’]

sweatshirt

tampon [‘Tampon’]

tampons [‘Tampons’]

taxi [‘Taxi’]

taxis [‘Taxis’]

team [‘Team’]

tennis [‘Tennis’]

tequila [‘Tequila’]

terminal (airport)

theater

ticket [‘Ticket’]

tickets [‘Tickets’]

toast [‘Toast’]

tofu [‘Tofu’]

tonic [‘Tonic’]

tour

tourist

T-shirt [‘T-Shirt’]

USA

vagina

vaginal

vitamin

volleyball [‘Volleyball’]

warm

whisky [WIHS-kee]

winter

wireless [‘wireless’]

wireless internet [‘wireless Internet’]

zoo

zucchini [‘Zucchini’]

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In some cases one German word is similar to two separate words in English:

bus tour

digital fotos

express bus

hot dog [‘Hotdog’]

jazz club [jaz-kluhb]

lift pass [‘Liftpass’]

mountain bike [‘Mountainbike’]

ski lift

sport massage

tennis match [‘Tennismatch’]

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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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