How do you say hello what is your name in 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).
What is German name?
“Wie” means ‘how’, “ist” ‘is’ is “dein” is ‘your’ and “Name” is ‘name’. And you could say “Mein Name ist Anja” – ‘My name is Anja’. This is a polity way Germans don’t use often.
What is your name in Dutch?
Contextual examples of “What is your name?” in Dutch Wat is uw naam? What’s your name? Hoe heet je?
What is your name in Arabic?
what is your name? ما اسمك؟
What is the longest word in German?
At 80 letters, the longest word ever composed in German is ” Donaudampfschifffahrtselektrizitätenhauptbetriebswerkbauunterbeamtengesellschaft,” meaning, the “Association for Subordinate Officials of the Head Office Management of the Danube Steamboat Electrical Services.” But it’s a coinage of strung together more for
What is your age German?
To ask “where age are you?” in German you can say wie alt bist du?, or in a more formal situation, wie alt sind Sie? Literally this means “how old are you?” In this episode of Coffee Break German To Go, Julia asks this questions to interviewees in the streets of Berlin.
What is the most German last name?
Müller, Schmidt and Meier: the most common German surnames The most common German surname, Müller (miller), is shared by around 700,000 people. This is followed in popularity by the name Schmidt (along with variants such as Schmitt or Schmitz, this comes from the blacksmith’s trade), with Meier coming in third place.