German language for beginners study guide
What is the course about?
- introduce students to the grammar and syntax of the German
- help students acquire an initial basic vocabulary and build on it;
- enable students to use the language in compre
Adjective Endings I
Most world languages have nouns that are either masculine or
feminine. German, besides capitalizing all nouns, goes them one better
and adds a third gender: neuter. The masculine definite article (the) is
General Word List (part I)
Note: In German, letters with diacritical marks are alphabetized as if they did not have a
diacritical mark. In some other languages, they are alphabetized separately.
A. = Amt, Amtsbezirk government office, off
General word list (part II)
B. = Bezirk
district or area
BA. = Bezirksamt
Bay. = Bayern
Bd. = Band
Bhf. = Bahnhof
military district command
bz. = beziehungsweise or,
Adjective Endings II
The chart bellow outlines all adjective endings in the Accusative and
Note: Accusative is for DIRECT objects only and is for movement and
Dative is for the INDIRECT objects only and is for static
German 1003 Basic word list 1
Thank you very much
I do not understand
How do you say this in [English]?
Do you speak .
German 1003 Basic word list 2
Please bring the bill.
Where is .?
How much is the fare?
German 1003 Basic word list 3
11.30, halb zwlf
11:30, Half past eleven
1.45, ein Uhr fnfundvierzig, fnfundvierzig nach eins
1:45, One forty-five
1.45, viertel vor zwei, dreiviertel zwei
1:45, A quarter till two
Days of the week and months
Days of the week