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German- Lesson 1

Verbs "Sein" and "Trinken", vocab, pronouns, etc.

Woman Eine Frau
Man Ein Mann
Child Ein Kind ("kint")
Girl Ein Mädchen ("may-chen")
Boy Ein Junge ("yung-eh")
Water Wasser ("vassah")
Bread Brot
And Und
I am Iih bin
You are (singular informal) du bist
He is er ist
She is sie ist
It is es ist
We are wir sind
You are (plural formal) Sie sind
They are sie sind
You are (plural informal) Ihr seid
What are umlauts Vowels that have the two dots that change the meaning or pronunciation of the word; sometimes making it plural (Mother="Mutter", Mothers= "Mütter")
What is used to change the meaning of a noun from generic to specific? The definite article (der, das, die) ex. Ich mag Brot= i like bread Ich mag das Brot= i like the bread
I ich
You (sing. inform.) du
He er
She sie
It es
We wir
You (plur. form.) Sie
They sie
You (plur. inform>) ihr
What are neuter nouns? Nouns that are neither feminine nor masculine and use "ein" and "das" as their indefinite and definite articles
I am a boy Ich bin ein Junge
A woman and a man Eine Frau und ein Mann
Maria, you are a woman Maria, du bist eine Frau
A girl and a boy Ein Mädchen und ein Junge
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