How do you write 5 sentences about food and drink in Germany and written in German?
In Deutschland gibt es sehr gutes Vollkornbrot.
Das Bier ist ebenfalls weltweit bekannt.
Ausserdem gibt es viele verschiedene Wurstsorten.
Bekannt ist die Bratwurst und die Bockwurst.
Die Deutschen essen auch Sauerkraut.
German cheese and German soda
When you're in germany, yes.
German food staples are pork and potatoes. Germans drink a lot of beer.
Hitler gave the German people more living-space, more food and drink, he promised change for the people of Germany; Hitler brought Germany out of the depression.
As is the case in most countries, the food and drink of Germany takes in styles and tastes from everywhere. German cooking can be strongly regional, with areas famous for their own specialties. Germany is renowned for its luscious cakes and desserts, and also for its sausages and its Delicatessen (a German word). Breads and other bakery foods form a large part of the German diet, and of course Germany is famous for its sauerkraut… Read More
Germany. The translatted German surname is Kirse, and the more similar sounding German-Jewish is Kirsche. Both cases mean the same thing-Kirsch means cherry in German-and is similar to 'Cherry Tree." There is a popular alcoholic drink in Germany called Kirschwasser, translated is Cherry Water.
We can go to have a drink
The most popular drink in Germany is beer.
'Drink' is from the German 'trinken' meaning 'to drink'.
you can not drink Frequently. You can not smoke Frequently.
The legal age to drink beer in Germany is 16but for alcohol you have to be older.
Well its hard to know but beer is the most popular drink in Germany.
Drink (Take) your medicine as prescribed by the doctor.
Beer is the most popular drink in Germany. Coffee is the most popular drink in Germany, with an average per capita consumption of about 150 litres per year (Deutsche Kaffeeverband, 2010)
to drink - trinken - trinkt - trank - hat getrunken drink (noun) - das Getränk
Fanta originated in Germany during WWII, and was named after the German word "Fantasie", meaning fantasy, or imagination. As a result of the war, Coca Cola syrup wasn't available in Germany, so Fanta was produced as an alternative, by Max Keith, who in charge of Coca Cola operations in Germany.
John slurped an drink just like he was a dog
The dogs drink water. The shepherds are partial to bier.
This is a discussion and debate question that cannot be definitively answered on this venue.
they drink nothing stronger than water.
Das Getränk (noun) Trinken (verb)
You have to be 16
As far as I know beer is the national alcoholic drink and apple juice is the national soft drink.
Marissa is German for "SHUT UP GRANDMA, DRINK YO PRUNE JUICE!"
Bingtranslator.com A: "Austrinken."
The legal drinking age in Germany is 16 with exceptions
Ich mag Milch zu trinken is the translation in German. It is translated from English to German. German is mostly spoken in the European countries.
I drink milk and I eat cheese. I eat cake and I drink water. I drink coffee and I eat peanuts. I take stuff and I drink smoothies. I hate goats and I hate pigs. I roast chestnuts and I eat hazelnuts.
I thought there were three. Statement: "Her hair is brown" Order: "Get me a drink" Question "Where is my coat?"
its a popular soft drink in Germany
you have to be 16!
I drink blood = ich trinke Blut Ish treenk-ah Bloot
Historically, beer has been a very popular drink for centuries in many regions of Europe, especially in the more northerly parts. Incidentally, in parts of Germany, for example the Rhineland, wine is just as popular, so I'd hesitate to call beer the national drink of Germany!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Beer
Verb: trinken Noun: Getränk
Yes, you may.
The word for "and" in German is und. Here are a couple of examples in German. Hans und Franz = Hans and Franz; Essen und Trinken = to eat and to drink.
Nicht essen oder trinken
Trinken und fröhlich sein.
trink bier! or colloquial: sauf!
Regular dog food, and water.
Christmas beer or wine. Or they might drink eggnog. See link for some recommendations.
MÃ¶chten Sie gerne einen Drink mit mir!
German foods are Wurst (sausage) Knoedel (potato dumplings) and Spaetzle (noodles) German drinks are beer and Spaezi (an orange flavored soft drink)
Edwina Biucchi has written: 'Italian Food and Drink (Food & Drink)'
You can drink in Germany on any given day. Alcohol is available in restaurants, gas stations, vending machines, etc. It is common practice to have a beer with your lunch in a workplace cafeteria.
This is an incomplete sentence, there is no subject. Did I have too much to drink last night? Did you have too much to drink last night? Did they have too much to drink last night? How much was too much to drink last night? Was the wine too much to drink last night? The subjects to these sentences are I, you, they, how much, and wine.
The drink Fanta was developed in Germany 1941
2 sentences: The sow let her piglets drink her milk. The farmer went out to sow his seeds.
Diane doesn't drink during daytime. Dan delivers diamonds daily. Don't drink during driving! Dene didn't die during December.
i think there is no difference between Germany and other countries. immediately afterwards we drink much water and then we hang out and drink beer in the locker room. BEER!!!