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aber
but, however
alt
old
Anfang (m.)
beginning, start
auch
also, too
berühmt
famous
deutsch
German
Deutschland
Germany
dort
there
ein
a, an, one
einige
some, several
Erde (f.)
earth
Frage (f.)
question
Frau (f.)
Mrs., Ms., woman, wife
Freund (m.), Freundin (f.)
friend
Geographie (f.)
geography
Geschichte (f.)
history
groß
large, great
gut
good
Herr (m.)
Mr., gentleman
hier
here
ja
yes
Jahr (n.)
year
kein
no, not any
Kunst (f.)
art
Land (n.)
land, state, country
Mutter (f.)
mother
natürlich
of course, naturally
nicht
not
Österreich (n.)
Austria
österreichisch
Austrian
sagen
to say
schön
beautiful, nice
sehr
very
sein
to be
Stadt (f.)
city
studieren
to go to college/university
Tag (m.)
day
und
and
Universität (f.)
university
Vater (m.)
father
wann
when
was
what
wer
who
wie
how
wie viele
how many
wie viel
how much
Wissenschaft (f.)
science, scholarship
Wissenschaftler (m.)
scientist, scholar
wo
where
Wort (n.)
word
ziemlich
fairly, rather
all-
all, every
Arbeit (f.)
work
arbeiten
to work
behandeln
to handle, treat, deal with
bei
at
Beispiel (n.)
example
betrachten
to observe
Blut (n.)
blood
Buch (n.)
book
denken
to think
europäisch
European
Familie (f.)
family
fast
about, almost
gebrauchen
to use, employ
Geld (n.)
money
gesund
healthy
heißen
to be called, be named
heute
today
jetzt
now
kalt
cold
kennen
to know, be acquainted with
Kind (n.), -er
child
Kindheit (f.)
childhood
leben
to live
Leben (n.)
life
Licht (n.)
light
machen
to do, make, cause
Mann (m.)
man, husband
meist
most
Mensch (m.)
mankind, human being, person
Monat (m.)
month
nein
no
neu
new
öffen
to open
Pflanze (f.)
plant
regnen
to rain
sterben (stirbt, starb)
to die (dies, died)
Tier (n.)
animal
ungefähr
approximately
untersuchen
to examine, investigate
versichern
to insure
viel
much
Welt (f.)
world
wenig
little, few
wichtig
important
Woche (f.)
week
z.B. (zum Beispiel)
e.g. (exampli gratia)
antworten
to answer
bauen
to build
beantworten
to answer, reply to
bedeuten
to mean, signify
Bedeutung (f.), -en
meaning, significance
bekannt
(well) known
bezahlen
to pay
danken
to thank
dann
then
dienen
to serve, be used for
einkaufen
to shop (for)
entdecken
to discover
Entdeckung (f.), -en
discovery
erfinden
to invent
Erfindung (f.), -en
invention
erst
first, only
Farbe (f.), -n
color
Flüssigkeit (f.), -en
liquid
Forscher (m.), -; Forscherin (f.), -nen
researcher
fragen
to ask
gehören
to belong to
gestern
yesterday
Idee (f.), -n
idea
Jahrhundert (n.), -e
century
kaufen
to buy
Lehre (f.), -n
teaching, doctrine
Luft (f.), ¨e
air
Ökologie (f.)
ecology
Regisseur (m.), -e; Regisseurin (f.), -nen
director (movie, theater)
Römer (m.), -; Römerin (f.), -nen
Roman
sagen
to say
Schauspieler (m.), -; Schauspielerin (f.), -nen
actor/actress
Staat (m.)
state, country, nation
Teil (m.), -e
part
Versuch (m.), -e
experiment, attempt
Wärme (f.)
warmth, heat
was für (ein)
what kind of
Weltkrieg (m.), -e
world war
wirtschaftlich
economic, industrial
Wissenschaftler (m.), -; Wissenschaftlerin (f.), -nen
scholar, scientist
wissenschaftlich
scientific, scholarly
zählen
to count
die Zahl (f.), -en
number
zahlen
to pay
zeigen
to show
Zuschauer (m.), -
spectator