In High German it's "Schmetterling"; in Swiss German they also sometimes say "Sommervogel."
"high five!" or "gib mir fünf"
Either you just say high heels, everyone understands that, or Stöckelschuhe (ö=oe)
The first person plural is mir (instead of wir in Standard High German).
"Servus" and "Hallo" are the two most common informal greetings.Please note :-The official language of Austria is German, but Austrian pronunciation of High German can differ quite a bit from German pronunciation of High German--to say nothing of the differences in Austrian-German dialects.
d'Schwiiz (pronounced: d'Sh-veets) In High German: die Schweiz (pronounced: Dee Sh-veye-ts)
"Ich Liebe dich" is the correct translation into High German.
No it is slang. Grossvater is high German.
To say where are you from in German, you would say: Wo sind sie?
High German spoken in central and south Germany, Austria and Switzerland.Low German is spoken in northern Germany and the Netherlands.Both High German and Low German are regional.
The word for high is the same in German. High
To say body in German it is Körper
How do you say "War" In german? Answer: "Krieg"
how do you say to swim in german
Tranianieren is how you say practice in German.
In order to say "My eyes" in German you say meine Augen
to say Rosie in German you say Rosie :) i like pie
Say that in German = Sag es auf Deutsch (informal) Say that in German = Sagen Sie es auf Deutsch (formal)
German in German is 'Deutsch' Germany is 'Deutschland'
The German word for what is was.
" I am German "
We say 'Wie geht's?' to 'How are you?' in German language.
if you mean how do you say deep IN German then its "tief"
How do you say "The Angel of Death" in German?