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Related phrasesI'm sorry, I don't have change.I am sorry!I can't wait to go on a vacation.You can't ride a horse.I can't live one day without you.I can't live without a TV.They're europarl.europa.eu europarl.europa.eu Although this first [...] ballot was properly conducted, I am sorry to say that I cannot express any enthusiasm about [...] the human rights situation. Wieviel kostet ein Einzelzimmer/Doppelzimmer? (vee-feel KOSS-tet ighn IGHN-tsel-tsim-mer/DOP-pel-tsim-mer?) Does the room come with... Ich möchte ein Auto mieten. (ikh MOOKH-tuh ighn OW-toh mee-ten) Can I get insurance?

Gibt es eine Spezialität aus dieser Gegend? (gipt ess igh-nuh shpeh-tsyah-lee-TAYT owss DEE-zer GAY-gent?) I'm a vegetarian. This means that some aspects of it will be difficult to master, though speakers of Icelandic will find many elements of German grammar familiar. No, create an account now. These are two very different statements. http://www.dict.cc/english-german/I+am+afraid+I+cannot+come.html

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europarl.europa.eu europarl.europa.eu I am really sorry that, based on the G542X/R1162X mutation, I cannot provide a reassuring prognosis about your daughter's future concerning the probability of [...] progression, not even [...] An attempt to make a linked list iterator "safe" Is adding the ‘tbl’ prefix to table names really a problem? However, standard German and Italian are both taught in the schools. Be advised that in rural areas of Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria, Austria, South Tyrol and Switzerland, elders speak the language with a sing-songy accent or swallowing of vowels and consonants.

The article of a noun depends on the gender: der (m), die (f) and das (n). Ich hätte gerne die Speisekarte. (ikh HET-tuh GAYR-nuh dee SHPIGH-zuh-kahr-tuh) Is there a house specialty? Wie ist der Wechselkurs? (vee ist dayr VEK-sel-koorss?) Where is an automatic teller machine (ATM)? http://www.howdoyousay.net/english-german/Regretfully,_I_can't_come/ come v —kommen v · treten v · herauskommen v (als Ergebnis) · ankommen v · geschehen v · hierherkommen v · mitkommen v · rauskommen v (bei) [colloq.] · beikommen

German phrasebook From Wikitravel Jump to: navigation, search German phrasebook Contents 1 Grammar & Dialects 2 Pronunciation guide 2.1 Vowels 2.2 Length of Vowels 2.3 Consonants 2.4 Common diphthongs and other For instance: Gewehr (rifle) becomes G'wehr; gesehen (to have seen) becomes g'seh'n. Haben Sie einen Safe? (HAH-ben zee IGH-nen SAYF?) ...lockers? ...Schließfächer? (SHLEESS-fekh-er?) Is breakfast/supper included? Eine Flasche, bitte. (IGH-nuh FLAH-shuh, BIT-tuh) Rum and coke, please.

Schönen Abend noch. (shur-nun AH-bunt nokh) Good night (to sleep) Gute Nacht. (GOO-tuh nakht) I don't understand. Monday Montag (MON-tahk) Tuesday Dienstag (DEENS-tahk) Wednesday Mittwoch (MIT-vokh) Thursday Donnerstag (DON-ers-tahk) Friday Freitag (FRIGH-tahk) Saturday Samstag (ZAMS-tahk), in some regions "Sonnabend" (ZON-ah-bent) Sunday Sonntag (ZON-tahk) Months[edit] January Januar (YAH-noo-ahr), in Thief! europarl.europa.eu europarl.europa.eu Leider kann sie heute nicht anwesend [...] sein - zweifellos hat sie anderenorts Verpflichtungen wahrzunehmen.

s like 'z' in "haze" t like 't' in "top" v like 'f' in "father", or like "v" in "victory" w like 'v' in "victory", never like 'wh' in "whisky" x Bitte eine Cola mit Rum. (BIT-tuh IGH-nuh KOH-lah mit ROOM)Note: In German, the mixer comes first. ist? (VEE-sun zee voh ... Hält dieser Zug/Bus in/bei_____? (helt DEE-zer TSOOK/BOOSS in/by _____?) When does the train/bus for _____ leave?

Haben Sie etwas Ruhigeres? (HAH-ben zee ET-vahs ROO-ig-er-ess?) ...bigger? ...größeres? (GROO-ser-ess?) ...cheaper? ...billigeres? (BILL-ig-er-ess?) OK, I'll take it. or Leider kann ich das nicht tun. Das war ein Missverständnis. (dahs vahr ighn MEES-fayr-shtand-nees) Where are you taking me? Danke schön. (DAN-kuh shurn) Thanks.

asked 2 years ago viewed 1438 times active 2 years ago Related 5Nuance of “Verschlechterung” not captured by any English equivalent?7A German equivalent for “The devil's in detail”5Is there an idiomatic I fear I cannot do that. Ein Tisch für eine Person/zwei Personen, bitte. (ighn TISH fuur IGHN-uh payr-ZOHN/TSVIGH payr-ZOHN-nen, BIT-tuh) Can I look at the menu, please?

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Small groups of native German speakers can be found in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania. Kannst du/Können Sie mir das auf der Karte zeigen? (kahnst doo/KOON-en zee meer dahss ouf dayr KAHR-tuh TSIGH-gen?) street, road Straße (SHTRAH-suh) left links (links) right rechts (rekhts) Turn left. Wo ich hin gehe, da knnet ihr nicht hin kommen. 22Da sprachen die Juden: Will er sich denn selbst [...] tten, da er [...] spricht: "Wohin ich gehe, da knnet ihr User1001, Mar 2, 2007 #3 Henryk Senior Member Germany, German Abbassupreme said: ↑ How would I say "I'm sorry.

Können Sie mir Geld wechseln? (KOON-en zee meer GELT WEKHS-eln?) Where can I get money changed? and there is a brand new video of the impro-session i did with ralf bauer&friends. share|improve this answer answered Aug 3 '14 at 16:30 Frank 1213 I think it depends on context: in a customer service setting in English, it is typical to say Length of Vowels[edit] A vowel is shortened when followed by a double consonant.

Dezember 2003 Don't get confused about that, especially if you're an American! Wann kommt dieser Zug/Bus in _____ an? (vahn KOMT dee-zer TSOOK/BOOSS in _____ ahn?) Directions[edit] How do I get to _____? (cities) Wie komme ich nach _____? (vee KOM-muh ikh nahkh