- 1 How do you say I don’t speak German very well?
- 2 How do you say I Cannot speak German?
- 3 Why do Germans don’t speak English?
- 4 How do you say do you speak German in the German language?
- 5 How can I speak German for free?
- 6 What is your name is German?
- 7 Does Germany talk English?
- 8 Do Germans not like English?
- 9 Why German is a bad language?
- 10 Do you know what im saying in German?
How do you say I don’t speak German very well?
Ich spreche nicht sehr gut deutsch.
How do you say I Cannot speak German?
“I can’t speak German” Thank you. Ich spreche kein Deutsch.
Why do Germans don’t speak English?
Most (not all) Germans believe that English is a very simple language and have the attitude that there is little or nothing to learning, speaking or writing it – properly. They suffer under the delusion that their language is the hardest one in the world and that Anglophones are utterly incapable of learning it.
How do you say do you speak German in the German language?
Answer and Explanation: Sprechen Sie Deutsch? is the polite way of asking ‘Do you speak German?’ in German. A less formal was would be Sprichst du Deutsch?
How can I speak German for free?
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- FluentU. FluentU is the tool if you’re looking for an all-in-one interactive language learning platform.
- Deutsche Welle.
- FSI German Courses.
- German Today Course from MIT.
What is your name is German?
If you want to say “What is your name?” in German, you would either say, “ Wie heißen sie? ” (formal) or “Wie heißt du?” (informal).
Does Germany talk English?
Like with many countries it is easy to live in them without having to speak the local language. It’s no misconception that Germans do learn English from around the age of 5, and with the huge influence of British and American TV, a lot of Germans are able to speak English. It’s more widely taught than German.
Do Germans not like English?
Researchers found 15 per cent of Germans also hate the English – citing hooligans that follow our football teams around Europe as the number one gripe. Germans also dislike the fact we always get sunburnt on holiday, and expect everyone to speak OUR language.
Why German is a bad language?
People around the world learning how to speak German have long struggled with German’s fearsome grammar, in which multiple funny words are stuck together to make more descriptive terms. This leads to things like long, aggressive store names and job titles, as well as migraines for tourists and expats in Germany.
Do you know what im saying in German?
You know what I’m saying? [coll.] Weißt du, was ich meine? [ugs.]