Speak like a German
1. Ja (yes)
Would you like a beer? Ja!
2. Nein (no)
Have you tried the German sausage? Nein.
3. Danke (thank you)
Thank your waiter for the beer and sausages.
4. Wo gibt es hier Bier?
Where do I get beer around here?
5. Der Kater (hangover)
What you might have after the famous Oktoberfest.
6. Beer stein (beer mug)
A traditionally German beer drinking mug which can be made of pewter, silver, wood, porcelain, earthenware, stoneware or glass. Swankier models may also have an open top or a hinged lid and levered thumblift.
7. Prost (cheers!)
Raise your glass and shout ‘prost’!
8. Wurst (sausage)
A visit to Germany wouldn’t be complete without some Wurst!
9. Zu mir oder zu dir?
My place or yours?
10. Der Herr/die Dame zahlt
This lady/gentleman will pay for everything
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