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der Herr, die Herren (pl.)
Mr.; Gentleman
die Frau, die Frauen (pl)
Mrs., Ms., woman; wife
Guten Tag
Hello
Guten Morgen
Good morning
Guten Abend
Good evening
Wie heisst du?
What's your name? (fam.)
Wie heissen Sie?
What's your name? (form.)
Mein Name ist...
My name is...
heissen
to be called
Ich heisse...
My name is...
Du heißt...
Your name is... (fam.)
Sie heißen...
Your name is... (form.)
Freut mich.
Pleased to meet you.
Es geht mir gut.
I'm fine.
gut
good, fine
schlecht
badly
wunderbar
wonderful(ly), great
Ich bin müde.
I'm tired.
ja
yes
nein
no
danke
thank you
bitte
you're welcome; please
auch
also, too
nicht
not
und
and
Auf Wiedersehen!
Good-bye!
Tschüss!
Good-bye! Bye! (colloquial)
Mach's gut!
Take care! (colloquial)
Bis später!
See you later! (colloquial)
die Farbe, die Farben (pl.)
color(s)
blau
blue
rot
red
orange
orange
gelb
yellow
braun
brown
grau
grey
rosa
pink
schwarz
black
weiß
white
Das Zimmer
room
der Bleistift, -e
pencil
der Kuli, -s
pen
der Stuhl, die Stüle
chair(s)
der Tisch, -e
table
das Bild, -er
picture
das Buch, die Bücher
book(s)
das Fenster, -
window
das Heft, -e
notebook
das Papier, -e
paper
die Kreide
chalk
die Tafel, -n
blackboard
die Tür, -en
door
die Wand, die Wände
wall(s)
auf Deutsch
in German
auf Englisch
in English
für morgen
for tomorrow
hier/da
here/there
noch einmal
again, once more
richtig/falsch
correct, right/wrong, false
Was ist das?
What is that?
Das ist (nicht)...
That is (not)...
Welche Farbe hat...?
What color is..?
Was bedeutet..?
What does ... mean?
Wie sagt man...?
How does one say...?
Wo ist...?
Where is...?
antworten
to answer
fragen
to ask
hören
to hear
lernen
to learn; to study
sagen
to say
wiederholen
to repeat
sein
to be
ich bin
I am
du bist
you (fam) are
es ist
it is
sie sind
they are
Sie sind
you (formal) are
eins
1
zwei
2
drei
3
vier
4
fünf
5
sechs
6
sieben
7
acht
8
neun
9
zehn
10
elf
11
zwölf
12
dreizehn
13
vierzehn
14
fünfzehn
15
sechzehn
16
siebzehn
17
achtzehn
18
neunzehn
19
zwanzig
20
einundzwanzig
21
zweiundzwanzig
22
dreißig
30
vierzig
40
fünfzig
50
sechzig
60
siebzig
70
achtzig
80
neunzig
90
hundert
100
0 (German)
null
10 (German)
zehn
100 (German)
hundert
101 (German)
hunderteins
200 (German)
zweihundert
1.000 (German)
tausend
1.001 (German)
tausendeins
10.000 (German)
zehntausen
100.000 (German)
hundertausend
1.000.000 (German)
eine Million
die Kleidung
clothing
das T-Shirt, -s
T-Shirt
der Mantel, die Mäntel
long coat
das Hemd, -en
shirt
die Jeans (pl), die Hose, -n
Jeans, Pants
die Bluse, -n
Blouse
das Sweatshirt,-s
Sweatshirt
die Jacke, -n
Jacket
das Kleid, -er
Dress
der Pullover, -
der Pulli, -s
Pullover sweater
der Rock, die Röcke
skirt(s)
dick/dünn
thick, fat/ thin, skinny
groß/klein
tall, big, large / short, small, little
lang / kurz
long / short
langsam / schnell
slow(ly) / fast, quick(ly)
neu / alt
new / old
sauber / schmutzig
clean, neat / dirty
teuer / billig
expensive / inexpensive, cheap
aber
but, however
oder
or
zu
(too) with adjective or adverb
wie viel? / wie viele ?
how much? / how many?
kosten
to cost, come to (amount)
Was kostet/kosten?
How much is/are..?
Das kostet...
That comes to...
brauchen
to need
nehmen
to take
zählen
to count
ich zähle
I count
wir / sie / Sie zählen
we, they, you (formal) count
der Cent, -s (ein Cent, fünf Cent)
cent (one cent, five cents)
der Euro, -s (ein Euro, zehn Euro)
euro (one euro, ten euros)
Tage und Monate
days and months
der Tag, -e
day
Montag
Monday
Dienstag
Tuesday
Mittwoch
Wednesday
Donnerstag
Thursday
Freitag
Friday
Samstag
Saturday
Sonntag
Sunday
der Monat, -e
Month
Januar
January
Februar
February
März
March
April
April
Mai
May
Juni
June
Juli
July
August
August
September
September
Oktober
October
November
November
Dezember
December
Das Wetter
The Weather
Es ist...
It is...
Es regnet.
It's raining.
Es schneit.
It's snowing.
Die Sonne scheint.
The sun is shining.
heiß / kalt
hot / cold
warm / kühl
warm / cool
furchtbar
awful, terrible
prima
great, wonderful
schön
nice, beautiful
super
superb, super
toll
great, terrific
windig
windy
die Woche, -n
week
Die Woche hat sieben Tage.
The week has seven days.
heute / morgen
today / tomorrow
nur
only
sehr
very
(schon) wieder
(already) again
wirklich
really, indeed
Schade!
Too bad
nicht wahr?
isn't it? Isn't that right?
Wann bist du geboren?
When were you (familiar) born?
Ich bin im Mai geboren.
I was born in May.
finden
to find
Ich finde es...
I think it's...
Das finde ich auch...
I think so, too.
die Uhrzeit, -en
time of day
Es ist ein Uhr.
Es ist eins.
It's one o'clock.
Es ist zwei Uhr.
Es ist zwei.
It is two o'clock.
Es ist Viertel nach zwei.
It is a quarter past two.
Es ist halb drei.
It is two thirty.
Es ist Viertel vor drei.
It is a quarter to three.
Es ist zehn (Minuten) vor drei.
It is ten to three.
Es ist fünf nach vier.
It is five past four.
Es ist zwanzig (Minuten) nach sieben.
It is twenty after seven.
die Minute, -n
Minute
die Sekunde, -n
second
die Stunde, -n
hour
die Uhr, -en
watch, clock; o'clock
die Zeit, -en
time
morgens
in the morning
mittags
at noon
nachmittags
in the afternoon
abends
in the evening
Wie spät ist es?
How late is it?
Wie viel Uhr ist es?
What time is it?
der Student, -en
student (m)
die Studentin, -nen
student (f)
der Kurs, -e
course
die Vorlesung, -en
lecture, (university) class
Es ist ein Uhr (zwei Uhr).
It is one o'clock (two o'clock).
Es ist eins (zwei).
It's one (two).
(um eins)
at one o'clock.
um Viertel nach eins, 1.15
(at) quarter past one, 1:15
(um) halb zwei, 1.30
(at) half past one, 1:30
(um) Viertel vor zwei, 1.45
(at) quarter to two, 1:45
fertig
finished, done
jetzt
now
Bitte
You're welcome
beginnen
to begin
essen
to eat
gehen
to go
Tennis spielen
to play tennis
haben
to have
ich habe
I have
du hast
you (fam.) have
es hat
it has
wir / sie / Sie haben
We / they / you (formal) have
Ich habe eine Frage.
I have a question.
Ich habe keine Zeit.
I don't have time.
agricola, agricolae (m.)
farmer
aqua, aquae (f.)
water
fāma, fāmae (f.)
fame, report, reputation; rumor
nauta, nautae (m.)
sailor
rosa, rosae (f.)
rose
littera, litterae (f.)
letter (of the alphabet); (literature, when plural)
puella, puellae (f.)
girl
et
and
et ... et
both ... and
-que
and
sed
but
fēmina, fēminae (f.)
woman
ager, agrī (m.)
(cultivated) field; countryside
amīcus, amīcī (m.)
friend
animus, animī (m.)
mind, spirit, courage
bellum, bellī (n.)
war
dominus, dominī (m.)
master, lord
locus, locī (m.; in plural, also sometimes neuter)
(place, position)
puer, puerī (m.)
boy
vir, virī (m.)
man; hero; husband
fortūna, fortūnae (f.)
chance, luck, fortune
amō, amāre, amāvī, amātus
to love (1st. conjugation)
doceō, docēre, docuī, doctus
to teach (2nd conjugation)
habeō, habēre, habuī, habitus
to have; to hold; to consider (2nd conjugation)
iaceō, iacēre, iacuī
`to lie (e.g., on the ground) (2nd conjugation)
iuvō, iuvāre, iūvī, iūtus
to help, please (1st conjugation)
labōrō, labōrāre, labōrāvī, labōrātus
to work, strive (1st conjugation)
laudō, laudāre, laudāvī, laudātus
to praise (1st conjugation)
optō, optāre, optāvī, optātus
to choose, desire, wish for (1st conjugation)
superō, superāre, superāvī, superātus
to overcome, conquer, surpass (1st conjugation)
dēbeō, dēbēre, dēbuī, dēbitus
to owe; to be obligated to (I "ought" to) (2nd conjugation)
taceō, tacēre, tacuī
to be silent ("I am silent"); (2nd conjugation)
timeō, timēre, timuī
to fear, be afraid
videō, vidēre, vīdī, vīsus
to see
vocō, vocāre, vocāvī, vocātus
to call; name
-ne (attached to first word of a sentence)
This makes the sentence interrogative
cōnsilium, cōnsiliī (n.)
plan, advice
dōnum, dōnī (n.)
gift, present
nātūra, nātūrae (f.)
nature
rēgnum, rēgnī (n.)
kingdom, royal power
audeō, audēre, ausus sum
to dare (2nd conjugation)
clāmō, clāmāre, clāmāvī, clāmātus
to shout (1st conjugation)
dubitō, dubitāre, dubitāvī, dubitātus
to hesitate, doubt (1st conjugation)
ōrō, ōrāre, ōrāvī, ōrātus
to pray, beg, beg for (1st conjugation)
terreō, terrēre, terruī, territus
to terrify, scare (2nd conjugation)
igualmente
equally; same
muito prazer
much pleasure
o prazer é todo meu
the pleasure is all mine
bom dia,
Good day/hello
boa tarde
good afternoon
boa noite
good evening
tchau, até logo
good-bye
até logo
see you soon/later
até amanhã
see you tomorrow
até já
see you in a bit
obrigado/a
thanks, thank you
de nada
you're welcome
por favor
please
com licença
excuse me, pardon me
desculpe
I'm forry (for the inconvenience)
lamento (muito)
I'm sorry (for you), I regret
sinto muito
I'm sorry (for you), I regret
arrogante
arrogant
competente
competent
eficiente
efficient
elegante
elegant
fascinante
fascinating
idealista
idealistic
imparcial
impartial
importante
important
independente
independent
inteligente
intelligent
interessante
interesting
liberal
liberal
materialista
materialista
o(p)timista
optimistic
paciente
patient
parcial
partial
perfeccionista
perfectionist
pessimista
pessimist
popular
popular
rebelde
rebellious
responsável
responsible
sentimental
sentimental
terrível
terrible
tradicional
traditional
agressivo/a
aggressive
ambicioso/a
ambitious
animado/a
animated/enthusiastic
athético/a
athletic
calmo/a
calm
corajoso/a
courageous
criativo/a
creative
dinâmico/a
dynamic
extrovertido/a
extroverted
generoso/a
generous
impulsivo/a
impulsive
introvertido/a
introverted
lógico/a
logical
moderno/a
modern
nervoso/a
nervous
passivo/a
passive
religioso/a
religious
romântico/a
romantic
sério/a
serious
sincero/a
sincere
tímido/a
shy
zero (portuguese)
0
um/uma
one
dois/duas
two
três
three
quatro
four
cinco
five
seis
six
sete
seven
oito
eight
nove
nine
dez
ten
onze
eleven
doze
twelve
treze
thirteen
quatorze
fourteen
quinze
fifteen
dezesseis
sixteen
dezessete
seventeen
dezoito
eighteen
dezenove
nineteen
vinte
twenty
vinte e um/uma
twenty-one
vinte e dois/duas
twenty-two
trinta
thirty
quarenta
fourty
cinqüenta
fifty
sessenta
sixty
setenta
seventy
oitenta
eighty
noventa
ninety
há/tem
there is/are
janeiro
January
fevereiro
February
março
March
abril
April
Maio
May
Junho
June
Julho
July
Agosto
August
Setembro
September
Outubro
October
Novembro
November
Dezembro
December
Segunda-Feira
Monday
Terça-Feira
Tuesday
Quarta-Feira
Wednesday
Quinta-Feira
Thursday
Sexta-Feira
Friday
Sábado
Saturday
Domingo
Sunday
em ponto
sharp (time)
meio-dia
noon
meia-noite
midnight
Que horas são?
What time is it?
Abra/m o livro na página. . .
Open the book to page...
Mais alto, por favor.
Louder, please.
Outra vez.
Again.
Compreende/m?
Do you understand?
Alguma pergunta?
Do you have any questions?
Repita/m, por favor.
Repeat, please.
Não compreendo.
I don't understand.
Não sei.
I don't know.
Tenho uma pergunta.
I have a question.
Mais devagar, por favor.
More slowly, please.
Em que página?
On what page?
Como se fala... em português?
How do you say... in Portuguese?
como se escreve..?
How do you spell..?
Presente
Here, present
Ausente
Absent
Troquem de papéis.
Switch roles.
Como é (o) seu nome?
What's your name?
Como você se chama?
What's your name?
Meu nome é.../Eu me chamo...
My name is...
Oi!
Hello, hi
Como vai?
How are you?
Tudo bem?
How are you?
Tudo bom?
How are you?
bem
well
muito bem
very well
(muito) mal
(very) ill, poorly
ótimo/a
great
Tudo bem
Fine
Tudo bom.
Fine
Tudo ótimo.
Great.
o apagador
eraser
a cadeira
chair
o caderno
notebook
a calculadora
calculator
a caneta
pen
a carteira
desk
o computador
computer
o DVD
DVD player
o (pedaço de) giz
(piece of) chalk
o gravador
tape recorder, cassette player
a janela
window
o lápis
pencil
o livro
book
a mesa
table
a mochila
backpack
a porta
door
o quadro
blackboard
o relógio
clock, watch
a televisão
TV set
o vídeo
VCR
a alameda
boulevard
a avenida
avenue
o número
number
a praça
square
a rua
street
ao lado (de)
next to
atrás (de)
behind
debaixo (de)
under
em cima (de)
on, above
em frente (de)
in front (of)
entre
between, among
o/a aluno/a
student
o/a amigo/a
friend
o/a colega
classmate, workmate, colleague
der Bruder, die Brüder
Brother
Der Cousin, die Cousins
Cousin
Der Junge, die Jungen
Boy
der Mann, die Männer
Man, husband
Der Onkel, die Onkel
Uncle
Der Sohn, die Söhne
Son
der Vater, die Väter
Father
Der Großvater, die Großväter
Grandfather
Das Kind, die Kinder
Child
Die Geschwister (pl.)
Siblings
die Eltern (pl.)
parents
die Großeltern (pl.)
grandparents
die Schwester, die Schwestern
Sister
die Kusine, die Kusinen / die Cousine, die Cousinen
Cousin (f.)
das Mädchen
Girl
die Frau, die Frauen
woman, wife
die Tante, die Tanten
aunt
die Tochter, die Töchter
Daughter
die Mutter, die Mütter
mother
die Großmutter, die Großmütter
Grandmother
Die familie, die familien
Family
Das Land, die Länder
Country, State
Deutschland
Germany
Frankreich
France
Österreich
Austria
die Schweiz
Switzerland
Italien
Italy
Spanien
Spain
England
England
Amerika
America
Kanada
Canada
Die Leute (pl.)
People (of a country)
der Deutsche, die Deutschen ; Die Deutsche, die Deutschen
German (people)
der Franzose, die Franzosen ; die Französin, die Französinnen
French (people)
der/die Österreicher ; die Österreicherin, die Österreicherinnen
Austrian (people)
der/die Schweizer ; die Schweizerin, die Schweizerinnen
Swiss (people)
der/die Italiener / die Italienerin, die Italienerinnen
Italian (people)
der/die Spanier ; die Spanierin, die Spanierinnen
Spanish (people)
der, die Engländer / die Engländerin, die Engländerinnen
English (people)
der/die Amerikaner ; die Amerikanerin, die Amerikanerinnen
American (people)
der/die Kanadier ; die Kanadierin, die Kanadierinnen
Canadian (people)
Die Sprache, die Sprachen
Language
Deutsch
German
Französisch
French
Italienisch
Italian
Spanisch
Spanish
Englisch
English
der Satz, die Sätze
Sentence
der Berg, die Berge
Mountain
der Fluss, die Flüsse
River
der See, die Seen
Lake
die Frage, die Fragen
Question
die Landkarte, die Landkarten
Map
die Prüfung, die Prüfungen
Test, exam
die Stadt, die Städte
City
die Hauptstadt, die Hauptstädte
Capital (City)
Kommen
To come
liegen
to lie (be located)
wohnen
to live, reside
amerikanisch / kanadisch
American / Canadian
Woher?
From where?
Ich bin / komme aus . . .
I'm from . . . (a native of)
im Norden
in the north
im Süden
in the south
im Osten
in the east
im Westen
in the west
nördlich von
north of
südlich von
south of
östlich von
east of
westlich von
west of
mein(e)
my
dein(e) / Ihr(e)
your (informal / formal)
ich
I
du
you, familiar
er
He
es
it
sie
she
wir
we
ihr
you, familiar, plural
sie
they
Sie
you, formal
der Ausländer, die Ausländer
Foreigner
der Mensch, die Menschen
Human being, person; (pl) people
der Nachbar, die Nachbarn / die Nachbarin, die Nachbarinnen
Neighbor
der Staat, die Staaten
State
der Teil, die Teile
part
die Europäische Union (EU)
European Union
arbeiten
to work
so . . . wie . . .
as . . . as . . .
ungefähr
about, approximately
wichtig
important
arma, armōrum. n. (pl.)
arms, weapons
caelum, caelī. n.
Sky, heavens
Deus, deī. m. (nom. pl. = dī) (dat/abl. pl. = dīs)
God
fābula, fābulae. f.
story
imperium, imperiī. n.
command, (military) power
liber, librī. m.
book
nēmō. m. (acc. sg. = nēminem)
no one
nihil. n. (indeclinable); nīl (contracted form)
nothing
templum, templī. n.
temple, shrine
turba, turbae. f.
crowd
ventus, ventī. m.
wind, breeze
aedificō, aedificāre, aedificāvī, aedificātus
to build
dō, dare, dedī, datus
to give
mōnstrō, mōnstrāre, mōnstrāvī, mōnstrātus
to show, demonstrate
nārrō, nārrāre, nārrāvī, nārrātus
to tell (a story)
noceō, nocēre, nocuī (+dat.)
to harm, be harmful to
pāreō, pārēre, pāruī (+dat.)
to obey, be obedient to
placeō, placēre, placuī (+dat.)
to please, be pleasing to
portō, portāre, portāvī, portātus
to carry, bring
pugnō, pugnāre, pugnāvī, pugnātus
to fight
soleō, solēre, solitus sum
to be accustomed
casa, casae. f.
house, cottage
oculus, oculī. m.
eye
pontus, pontī. m.
sea, ocean
via, viae. f.
way, road
ambulō, ambulāre, ambulāvī
to walk
errō, errāre, errāvī, errātus
to wander, err
festīnō, festīnāre, festīnāvi, festīnātus
to hurry, hasten
moveō, movēre, mōvī, mōtus
to move
nāvigō, nāvigāre, nāvigāvī, nāvigātus
to sail
facile
easily
nōn
not
nunc
now
saepe
often
tandem
finally
tum
then, at that time, next
ā, ab (+abl.)
away from
ad (+acc.)
to, toward
ē, ex (+abl.)
out of, from
in (+abl.)
in, on
in (+acc.)
into, onto, against
prō (+abl.)
in front of; on behalf of; instead of
trans (+acc.)
across, beyond
cūra, cūrae. f.
care, anxiety
sapientia, sapientiae. f.
wisdom
saxum, saxī. n.
rock, cliff
silva, silvae. f.
forest, wood
terra, terrae. f.
land, earth, soil; country
iactō, iactāre, iactāvī, iactātus
to throw
sum, esse, fuī, futūrus
to be, exist
aeger, aegra, aegrum (adj.)
sick, weak
altus, alta, altum (adj.)
high, deep, tall
bonus, bona, bonum (adj.)
good
dīvīnus, dīvīna, dīvīnum (adj.)
divine, of the gods; prophetic
līber, lībera, līberum (adj.)
free
magnus, magna, magnum (adj.)
large, great
malus, mala, malum (adj.)
bad
meus, mea, meum (adj.)
my
multus, multa, multum (adj.)
much, many (pl.)
noster, nostra, nostrum (adj.)
our
parvus, parva, parvum (adj.)
small
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum (adj.)
beautiful, handsome; fine
tuus, tua, tuum (adj.)
your, your own (sing.)
vester, vestra, vestrum (adj.)
your (pl.)
cum (+abl.)
with (accompaniment)
sub (+abl.)
under, beneath
sub (+acc.)
to the foot;base of, along under (implying motion)
cēna, cēnae. f.
dinner
exemplum, exemplī. n.
example
fīlia, fīliae. f.
daughter
fīlius, fīliī. m. (voc = fīlī)
son
Ītalia, Ītaliae. f.
Italy
pecūnia, pecūniae. f.
money, property
populus, populī. m.
the people; nation
rēgīna, rēgīnae. fl.
queen
vīta, vītae. f.
life
intrō, intrāre, intrāvī, intrātus
to enter
maneō, manēre, mānsī
to remain, stay
nūntiō, nūntiāre, nūntiāvī, nūntiātus
to announce, report
parō, parāre, parāvī, parātus
to prepare
laetus, laeta, laetum
happy, fertile
novus, nova, novum
new, strange
Rōmānus, Rōmāna, Rōmānum
Roman
Rōmānī, Rōmānorum. m. (pl.) (as a noun)
the Romans
diū
for a long time
semper
always
dē (+abl.)
down from; about, concerning
propter (+acc.)
because of, on account of
sine (+abl.)
without
enim (never appears as the first word in a sentence - "postpositive")
for; in fact; yes, truly