- 1 What does the German word dammit mean?
- 2 Is Zut alors rude?
- 3 Why do we say dammit?
- 4 What does damet mean?
- 5 What do you call your boyfriend in German?
- 6 What is the longest word in German?
- 7 How do German girls talk?
- 8 Is Sacre bleu a swear word?
- 9 What is the F word in France?
- 10 Do French people actually say zut?
What does the German word dammit mean?
(English/German) You will run across ‘vomit ‘ and ‘dammit’ in German – usually in the beginners’ course. The German word womit – pronounced similar to the English word ‘vomit’ – means ‘with what’ and damit means ‘with that’!
Is Zut alors rude?
Zut alors or zut! Zut which is more common than the old-fashioned “zut alors” is actually just a very polite way to say merde. It’s like saying “shucks” or “dang” to avoid swearing in front of people you shouldn’t swear in front of.
Why do we say dammit?
Damn, damn it, and dammit are used by some people to express anger or impatience. Don’t be flippant, damn it! This is serious. Damn is used by some people to emphasize what they are saying.
What does damet mean?
dam·mit. (dăm′ĭt) interj. Used to express anger, irritation, contempt, or disappointment.
What do you call your boyfriend in German?
Schatz (treasure) You don’t have to go to the end of the rainbow to find it, because “Schatz” is by far the most common German term of endearment. It’s popular among lovers and old married couples, but also used for children.
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
How do German girls talk?
Do some research, bring up key names, have an opinion on Angela Merkel. Share your thoughts, and ask about hers. Be knowledgeable but not pushy, be respectful but not submissive. Speaking a bit of German isn’t going to hurt your case either.
Is Sacre bleu a swear word?
Sacrebleu or sacre bleu is a French profanity used as a cry of surprise or happiness. It is a minced oath form of the profane sacré dieu, “holy God”. The holy God exclamation being profane is related to the second commandment: “Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain.”
What is the F word in France?
Putain. Definitely the most widely used French swear word. Literally, it means ‘whore’ but its use is close to ‘fuck’ in English.
Do French people actually say zut?
It’s an old fashioned soft curse that is often translated as “ darn ” or “shoot”. You’ll likely draw a few smirks or strange glances if you use it these days. The shorter version “zut” is however used more frequently and won’t get you into trouble. Mon Dieu!