When will you be home for dinner in German language?
When will you be home for dinner = Wann wirst du zum Essen zu Hause sein
German Shepherd are clever enough to open a door and ring a dinner bell when hungry... ... ... Why not.
Urlaub Hausaufgaben is the translation in German. It is translated from English to German. German is mostly spoken in the European countries.
Dinner = Abendessen
dinner in German is ein Abendessen (pronounced : Ah-bend-ess-end)
Dinner time = Essenszeit
if it is "I had dinner" - ich habe gegessen we had dinner- wir haben gegessen if you want to stress that you had dinner (in the evening), its called "Abendessen" in german. the meal at noon you say "Mittagessen". hope i could help etc.
The main german language is german
For the majority of German-Americans the answer is no. Some German families expect their children to speak German at home, even when in the United States but there are many American children with German parents who don't speak the language.
The German language is called "Deutsch" in German.
No, German is not a romance language.
German is a Germanic language.
The duration of Be Home for Dinner is 1320.0 seconds.
no french is a romance language and German is a germanic language.
German is an official language in: Germany Switzerland Austria Belgium Liechtenstein Luxembourg Italy (province of Bolzano-Bozen). It also has official status in the following countries/regions: Krahule/Blaufuß, Slovakia (official municipal language) Namibia (national language, official language 1984-1990) Poland (auxialliary language in 22 municipalities in Opole Voivodeship) German has recognised minority language status in: Czech Republic Hungary Namibia Romania Slovakia Poland In the United States, in North Dakota and South Dakota, German is the most common language… Read More
No, Hungarian is not derived from the German language. It really comes from the Finnish language.
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We say 'Wie geht's?' to 'How are you?' in German language.
German it is an older language and much of the English language has a German foundation.
The German word for settings is Einstellungen. The German word for language is Sprache.
German is the official language, and the language spoken by 90%+ of the population in Germany and Austria. German is an official language, and spoken by about 60% of the population in Switzerland. German is also a local minority language in parts of Belgium and Italy (the "Südtirol").
German is consider to be the language of science. Some also claim that it is the language that poetry is best expressed. And Germans call it the language of poets and thinkers. Where as French is considered to be a Romantic language; German is considered to be a Gothic language.
No. The predominant language in Austria is German. There are a few Czech and Slovak speakers in the parts of Austria that border those countries, but almost no Polish speakers in Austria.
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Sprache is the translation in German. It is translated from English to German. German is mostly spoken in the European countries. It means language.
The Awful German Language was created in 1880.
The french word for dinner means dinner. Did you want to know what the french word for dinner is? Dîner - this is a masculine noun in the french language.
Coop at Home is a website that offers grocery items for online purchase. the domain code is located in Switzerland and the website is in the German language.
Yeah. That's what language they speak there. Germany and Austria's main language is German.
Montenegro. And their language is called Montenegrin, which is a slavic language that is not related to German.
i don't know after dinner, after lunch, at lunch, at dinner i guess.
Yes. In Switzerland, German is one of the official languages. In Zurich, German in the main language spoken.
No, Hebrew is not related to German. Hebrew is an Afro-Asiatic language and German is an Indo-European Language.
The official German language came into being as a result of Martin Luther's German Bible in 1534.
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Sch in the German language is simply a sound. It has the same sound as sh in the English language.
Aargau is part of german speaking switzerland.So the language there is german
The name of the German language is Deutsch or die deutsche Sprache.
it means that someone has to translate from the French language, to German language
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French people usually have dinner at home, whenever possible.
German is a really good language to use unless you live in germany. If you use the language of the country that you live in then it can confuse the dog when you are talking to other people. For instance if you train your dog that the word NO means bad or stop and you tell your wife "No I don't want any more dinner." the dog will not know why you are telling them… Read More
Here are the circumstances: I am a German sending a code to another German in WWII, an English officer has intercepted this broadcast. The code is as follows: "Hi how are you doing? I hope you are fine, what is for dinner?" The fact is the easiest code to break is one in the language you are most familiar with. I hope this answers your question...
The words diba de are from the German language. The German language is complicated but is spoken by many individuals. You can take classes on the language.
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German is a language very similar to English due to the fact that English is a Germanic language, and it's quite easy. (ENGLISH: Cat ; GERMAN: Katze)
The proper way to say it is 'Weihnachtsessen'. Weihnacht means 'Christmas', Abendessen means 'Dinner'.
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German is the official language of: - Germany - Austria - Liechtenstein
yes, it is thought in schools as first language