What is my 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 the German alphabet?
The German alphabet has 26 letters, a ligature (ß) and 3 umlauts Ä, Ö, Ü. We use the German alphabet not only in Germany but also in Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and in Luxembourg. The five letters A, E, I, O and U of the German alphabet are called Vokale (vowels).
How is life in Germany?
Life is pretty busy in Germany as in any other place. But in general, there is peace and quiet anywhere you go. Except for the clubs, which will rave with techno music. Other than that, you will find that Germans love their silence, that there is low corruption, and that it won’t be that difficult to find a job.
How do you say we live in in German?
– “wohnen” is best translated as “to reside” (and sometimes “to stay”) and is often used to describe a somewhat more temporary situation (as in “I am living in” as opposed to “I live in”). It is common to use “wohnen” when giving someone your street address. This word can only be applied to humans.
How do you say I am a student in German?
in German. Ich bin Student.
What is say in German?
sagen, sprechen. dir; → tell; say; noun.
What are some German dog commands?
What are the German Dog Commands for Police Dogs?
- Sit: Sitz (zitz)
- Down: Platz (plah-tz)
- Stay: Bleib (blibe)
- Here/Come: Hier (hee-r)
- Heel: Fuss (foos)
- Fetch: Bring (pronounce like English word)
- Let Go: Aus (ow-ss)
- Go Out: Voraus (for-ows)