Cats are popular pets in Germany, which shows in the many words and phrases associated with them. So today we’ll look at the word cat in German translation.
Welcome to our German vocabulary! When you want to speak German, you have to build a good basic vocabulary in German. And that is what we want to provide here. But our posts are a bit different to the usual online dictionaries. We aim not only to give you a translation, but also some other vocab from the same context or further cultural background for a word. We hope you’ll like it.
When it snowed, German kids are out and about, building snowmen and snow forts, and throwing snow balls at each other. Today we will learn about snow in German
Rain can be a nuisance or a blessing, depending whether you want to have a picknick or grow some veg. So today we’ll look at rain in German in our vocabulary .
The weather is a common topic to talk about. It’s good to know some of the words, to break the ice with the locals. So we look at the weather in German today.
Chairs come in different kinds and shapes. And they can tell us a lot about their owner. So in this post we’ll look at the different kinds of chair in German.
The idea of a property you can call your own and where you feel at home has great appeal. So, today we look at the words related to house in German.
We all need a toilet several times a day, so it’s better to know how to ask for directions. So in this post we will show you the words used for toilet in German. And how to ask for it.
The living room – the centerpiece of the house, where we meet with family and friends or simply relax. This time we will peek into the living room in German.
No cooking can be done without the right pots and pans and some utensils. So let us examine the word for cookware in German. And why every pot finds his lid.
All the helpful devices we invented for the kitchen in the last 100 years, save us a lot of time. So today we will learn about kitchen appliances in German.