it means "I am a Berliner" -> Berlin is the capital city of Germany and "Berliner" is a person who is from Berlin
ich bin (ein) Berliner = I am a Berliner (a person from Berlin).
Ich bin ein Berliner - 2005 TV is rated/received certificates of: Germany:o.Al.
JFK uttered the famous words Ich bin ein Berlinerduring a speech in Berlin, Germany, on June 26, 1963.
He was trying to say "I am a Berliner."
ich bin ich bin ich makes little sense but translates as I am I am me.
"ich bin ein berliner"
Pan Am - 2011 Ich Bin Ein Berliner 1-3 is rated/received certificates of: USA:TV-PG
Ich bin ich = I am me
ICH BIN WER ICH BIN means I AM WHO I AM :)
The phrase Ich bin Berliner translates as I am a Berliner. N.b. it is not necessary in German to include the indefinite article (Ich bin ein Berliner) in such a sentence. It was famously made by JF Kennedy during his famous Berlin speech on June 26, 1963. The indefinite article is only required in sentences with non-human subjects.As a result of this "inadvertent" inclusion, Kennedy's famous claim is often affectionately translated by Germans as I am a jam doughnut (Berliner is a German word for jam doughnut)
John F. Kennedy.
Ich bin ein Mensch von Berlin (I am a person of Berlin).
President John F Kennedy said it in Berlin on June 26th, 1963.It means "I am a Berliner", which President Kennedy said in solidarity to the citizens of Berlin.==============================================================This famous quote has since become a bit of an affectionate joke in Germany. Berliner is also what the Germans call a donut. So the sentence was immediately open to misinterpretation. This is further compounded by the inadvertent grammatical error in the sentence. In German, when referring to a person's nationality, home town, or profession it is grammatically incorrect to add the indefinte article (Ich bin Deutscher, Ich bin Fußballer, Ich bin Berliner). The indefinite article, is however required for non-human objects, therefore JFK's famous Ich bin ein Berliner speech is often deliberately, but affectionately mis-translated as I am a donut
Either of .... Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country. or Ich bin ein Berliner
Look for the Ich bin ein Berliner declamation.
Ich bin ein Berliner
Ich bin ein Berliner
Ich bin was ich bin = I am what I am.
Ich bin süchtig translates as I am addicted.
Ich bin verliebt translates as I am in love.
Ich bin verrückt = I am mad
Ich bin schuldig translates as I am guilty.
Ich bin traurig translates as I am sad.
Ich bin Amerikanerin = I am American (female)