Deutsch Aktuell 1, Kapitel 2

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This is the vocabulary you are responsible for knowing (both meaning and spelling) for Chapter 2.

die Auswahl

the selection, choice

der Bruder (die Brüder)

the brother

die CD (s)

the CD

der Cousin (s)

the cousin (male)

die Cousine (n)

the cousin (female)

(das) Deutschland

Germany

der Dienstag (e)

Tuesday

der Donnerstag (e)

Thursday

die Eltern (pl)

the parents

die Familie (n)

the family

die Frage (n)

the question

der Freitag (e)

Friday

die Grosseltern (pl)

the grandparents

die Grossmutter (die Grossmütter)

the grandmother

der Grossvater (die Grossväter)

the grandfather

das Kaufhaus (die Kaufhäuser)

the department store

der Mittwoch (e)

Wednesday

der Montag (e)

Monday

die Musik

(the) music

die Mutter (die Mütter)

the mother

die Mutti (s)

the mom

der Norden

the north

die Oma (s)

the grandma

der Onkel (_)

the uncle

der Opa (s)

the grandpa

die Rockgruppe (n)

the rock group

die Schwester (n)

the sister

der Sohn (die Söhne)

the son

Sonnabend (e) / Samstag (e)

Saturday

der Sonntag (e)

Sunday

die Stadt (die Städte)

the city

der Stiefbruder (die Stiefbrüder)

the stepbrother

die Tante (n)

the aunt

das Telefon (die Telefone)

the telephone

die Tochter (die Töchter)

the daughter

die Uhr (en)

the clock, watch

der Vater (die Väter)

the father

der Vati (s)

the dad

die Zeit (en)

the time

das

the (neuter)

dein (e)

your (familiar/ 1 person)

der

the (masculine, person or thing)

die

the (feminine person or thing)

dies-

this

echt

real, genuine

gross

large, big

super

super

toll

great, terrific

welch-

which

haben

to have

ich habe

I have, I do have, I am having

du hast

you (fam./sg) have, x do have, x are having

er, sie,es hat

he/it, she/it, it has, x does have, x is having

wir haben

we have, x do have, x are having

ihr habt

you (fam/pl) have, x do have, x are having

Sie haben

you (formal, sg/pl) have, x do have, x are having

sie haben

they have, x do have, x are having

hören

to hear, to listen to

machen

to make, to do

mitkommen

to come along

rüberkommen

to come over

sind (wir sind)

are, we are

auch

too, also

echt

really

heute

today

morgen

tomorrow

schon

already

spät

late

vielleicht

maybe, perhaps

was?

what ?

wohin?

where (to)?

an (am)

at , on

gegen

(literally = against),
here = about, around

in

in, into

um

around (literally)
"at" in time expressions

zu Hause

at home

Komm mit!

Come along!

deine Familie

your family

Ist sie zu Hause?

Is she at home?

falsch

false, wrong

Auf Deutsch, bitte!

In German, please.

Das stimmt.

That's right.

Wie? Wo? Wer?

How? Where? Who?

Wie viel Uhr ist es?

What time is it?

Wie spät ist es?

What time is it?

Wie ist die Telefonnummer von...?

What's the telephone number of..?

deine Telefonnummer

your telephone number

am Telefon

on the telephone

Heb den Hörer ab!

Lift the receiver!

Steck die Karte ein!

Stick the card in.

Warte auf den Ton.

Wait for the tone.

Wähle die Nummer.

Dial the number.

Um wie viel Uhr?

At what time?

Es ist zwei Uhr.

It is two (o'clock).

Es ist halb drei.

It is 2:30.

Um wie viel Uhr kommst du rüber?

At what time are you coming over?

Hast du Zeit?

Do you have time?

So gegen sieben.

Around seven.

Bis später.

See you later.

Welcher Tag ist heute?

What day (of the week) is today?

Heute ist...

Today is ...

Und morgen?

And tomorrow?

Welcher Tag ist morgen?

What day (of the week) is it
tomorrow?

Wir kommen rüber.

We're coming over.

Wer ist das?

Who is that?

Wir kommen rüber.

We're coming over.

Wer ist das?

Who is that?

der, die, oder das?

the, the, or the?

Tolle CDs!

Great CDs!

Was passt hier?

What fits here?, What matches?

denn

used for emphasis

um halb fünf

at 4:30

Hast du...?

Do you have...?

Sie hat...

She has...

zu Hause

at home

mit ihrer Familie

with her family

im Norden

in the north

Was machst du?

What are you doing?

na gut

oh well

so spät

so late

in die Stadt gehen

to go downtown

zum Kaufhaus gehen

to go to the department store

Sie machen Musik.

They make (are making) music.

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