How do you ask how old someone is in German?
Formally: Wie alt sind Sie? [vee alt zint zee]/[vi: alt zint
Informally (e.g. children and friends): Wie alt bist du? [vee alt bist doo]/[vi: alt bist du:]
There is no age limit. You can ask someone out if you are 4 years old if you like, you'll have more experience for the future ;)
Wie Heißt du? (Wii heyst do?)
Was isst du in der Pause
Call the local German consulate or the German Embassy and ask them. They can give details of how to apply.
lets say your asking for someone named alice (Ist Alice nochin der Stadt)
If you want to ask someone how old they are just ask them.
informal: Wo wohnst du? formal: Wo wohnen Sie?
Wo wohnst du? (informal) Wo wohnen Sie? (formal)
Moechten Sie gerne schwimmen gehen?
"How old are you?" in Norwegian is "Hvor gammel er du?"
how old are you??
Cuantos anos tienes?
Ask someone else.
It can be impolite if you do not know the person.
There are many questions that you can ask someone such as.... What's your name? What grade are you in? How old are you?
Umm you ask him duhhh or get someone to ask him if he minds going out with a 12 year old.
It is a variant from the surname 'Gold' in itself derived from a occupational name for someone who worked in gold (from the Old English, Old High German word 'gold') meaning a refiner. Jeweller, or glider. It is also derived from the English and German nickname for someone with bright yellow hair, with refrence to the colour of the metal.
Ask someone else
Ask someone else
If you want to know how old someone is just ask them.
Yes, of course you can. [although some ladies may think it rude to ask]
The surname Frost is English, German, Danish, and Swedish. Frost was a nickname for someone with an icy and unbending disposition or who had white hair or a white beard, from Old English, Old High German, Old Norse frost.
You don't ask people out if they already are dating someone. Wait until they break up and then ask him out.
You can Online. And go to a Animal Shelterand ask.
I would suggest you ask someone who works at a pet store.
hun, ask someone out? but you're a bit young
No. If you do then you might get reported and banned.
Kuinka vanha olet? (How old are you?) Olen ____ vuotias (I am ____ years old)
depends on your age because i have an 11 year old brother who knows how to ask someone out so if your older than that and dont know you might want to reconsider dating !!!!
i dont know ask someone else
When you are talking about yourself, you say "Tengo (your age) años."
Do you speak English? = Sprichst du Englisch? (informal) Do you speak English? = Sprechen Sie Englisch? (formal)
The correct phrases are :- "wie alt sind Sie" (formal) "wie alt bist du" (informal)
Isn't a 9-year-old a little young to be thinking of kissing someone ?
Just ask her.
i dont know but you could ask someone else
wait outside a smoke shop and ask someone to buy them for you.
Depending on your context, to ask someone how they are in German would be as follows: inf. Wie geht's dir? (How are you?) form. Wie geht es Ihnen? (How are you?) Alternatively you could ask a more informal question which is more similar to Are you okay? inf. Geht's dir gut? (Is it going good?/Are you doing good?)
Guten tag, hier spricht ...(your name). Ist ... ( the name of the other person) gerade zu sprechen?
To say "Excuse me," in the sense of apologizing or trying to get through, "Entschuldigung" can be used. However, "Entschuldigung" should not be used it you wish to ask someone to repeat something you did not hear. It may be a more polite way to ask in English, but in German, it just isn't the same. In that case you would use, "Wie bitte?" AWigman
Are you asking for how to ask it in German? Informally it is 'Hast du Hunger?', or in a formal environment to someone you don't know it is 'Haben Sie Hunger?' There is also 'Bist du hungrig?' and 'Sind Sie hungrig?' respectively in terms of formality.
A ziggurat is a place for the old ancient gods.
Wo wohnst du? (informal singular) Wo wohnen Sie? (formal/plural) Wo wohnt ihr? (informal plural)
simple you just like them, you know this because you always want to hang out with them or work with them in school ,if you want to ask someone out you get close to them then ask them out! x
ask the people in german
The surname Birch is an English, German, Danish, and Swedish name for someone who lived by a birch tree or in a birch wood, from a Germanic word meaning 'birch' (Old English birce 'birch', Middle High German birche, Old Danish birk).
You can't make someone ask you out. You should let it happen on it's own, for your own sake. You could give him small hints that you like him, but nothing that would push him away. If he likes you, he'll ask you out. If you can't wait, why don't you ask him?
Ask your father. If he's the one asking, ask someone who knows. Your local pawn- or gun-shop manager might have answers for you.
Akeelah is not a German name and therefore has no old German meaning.
Get to know them, and ask them out to dessert or coffee!