How would you say our homes in german?
To say where are you from in German, you would say: Wo sind sie?
In german you would say a like thisein
Alemán is how you would say "German" in Spanish. Aleman.
To say two weeks in German you would say zwei Wochen.
I am guessing you want to know how to say sailed in German. To say that you would say "Segelte"
Kindergarten is German for Child's Garden. So you would say Kindergarten.
To say "Goodbye" in Bavarian German you would say Auf Wiederschaun, in contrast to standard German which is simply Auf Wiedersehen.
Hayley in German is just Hayley; there is no German translation.
You would say "groß".
A German cat would say "miau!" It sounds just the same, too.
To say he is beautiful in German you would say er ist schön. If you wanted to say she is beautiful, you would say sie ist schön. Sie sind schön means they are beautiful.
To say Because it is yummy in German, You would say: Da ist es sehr lecker
To say I smell almonds in german you would say Ich rieche an Mandeln.
In German, "the pig" would be "das Schwein."
In German you would say Guten morgen onkel Mike.
You would say " bis dann "
You would say "Hundert"
Germans - Deutsche The plural of German would be Deutschen.
"Deutscher Gauner" would be the term you are looking for.
A greeting is der Gruß in German.
The same way you would say it in English.
We would say «langue allemande».
To say 'it's raining' you would say 'es regnet'
"Geh zur hölle" would be the translation in to German
German equivalent would be "Kathrin" or "Katrin" (without the "h")
The name Miss Smith would be Fräulein Smith in German.
white wolf in German would be "weißer Wolf"
I live would, translated to German, be 'ich wohne'. An example: if you want to say: I live in Essen, you say 'ich wohne in Essen'.
if you wanted to say pants you would say die Hose or if you wanted to say jeans you would say die Jeans
Kaleb as a name, has no direct translation to German. If a German were to speak the word, it would sound as it would in English, with the harsh tone common in Germans.
Just the same as English. You would say Amy.
You would say."Ich bin Christ."
You would say, "Kaffee und Sahne".
You would say: "Komm mit"
If you wanted to say cow in Italian, you would say vacca. To say cow in Spanish you would say vaca. To say cow in German you would say kuh.
A male would say"Ich bin Amerikaner". A female would say"Ich bin Amerikanerin".
It depends on which Luxembourg language you are using: In French, you would say Bienvenue In German, you would say Willkommen
well i speek German i would scream at him in German
The closest German translation to lucky beast would be Glückspilz.
Doll face in German is das Puppengesicht. This might not be as flattering in German as in English! Hübsch, German for cute would be better.
Als ich neun is the translation in German. It is translated from English to German. German is mostly spoken in the European countries.
badly - schlecht.
Exactly as you would in English
mosquito = Moskito
As you would say it in English.
Sounds like a German name. In German in would be pronounced like VA-guhn-ZELL-ah.
To say pot pancake in German you would say: Topf Pfannkuchen
Befo calec shela (that is not how you write it thats how you would say it)
Im not that sure but i would say steak...80% sure.
You would say "Lassen Sie es gehen"