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German Places & Transportation

PLACES


street

die Straße (n)

strass-uh

bank

die Bank (en)

bahnk

hotel

das Hotel (s)

hoh-tel

restaurant

das Restaurant (s)

res-toh-rahn

theater

das Theater (-)

tay-ah-ter

store

der Laden (ä)

lah-den

museum

das Museum (Museen)

moo-zay-um

church

die Kirche (n)

keer-kuh

square

der Platz (ä, e)

plahtz

monument

das Denkmal (ä, er)

denk-mall

building

das Gebäude (-)

guh-boy-duh

house

das Haus (ä, er)

house

grocery store

das Lebensmittel-
geschäft (e)

lay-buns-mit-
tel-geh-sheft

library

die Bibliothek (en)

beeb-lee-oh-tek

hospital

das Krankenhaus (ä, er)

krahnk-en-house

stadium

das Stadion (Stadien)

shtah-dee-on

movie theater

das Kino (s)

kee-noh

hardware store

das Eisenwaren-
geschäft (e)

ise-en-war-en-
geh-sheft

stationery store

das Schreibwaren-
geschäft (e)

shribe-var-en-
geh-scheft

pharmacy

die Apotheke (n)

ah-poh-tek-uh

drugstore

die Drogerie (n)

droh-ger-ee

factory

die Fabrik (en)

fah-breek

butcher shop

die Metzgerei (en)

mets-geh-rie

dry cleaner's

die Reinigung (en)

rien-ee-gunk

bookstore

der Buchladen (ä)

booch-lah-den

airport

der Flughafen (ä)

flook-hahf-en

garage

die Garage (n)

gah-rah-zhuh

town hall

das Rathaus (ä)

raht-house

castle

das Schloss (ö, er)

shlohss

school

die Schule (n)

shoo-luh

city

die Stadt (ä, e)

shtaht

bar

die Kneipe (n)

knigh-puh

cathedral

der Dom (e)

dome

village

das Dorf (ö, er)

dorf

cemetery

der Friedhof (ö, e)

freed-hoff

backery

die Bäckerei (en)

beck-er-ie

shoe store

das Schuh-
geschäft (e)

shoo-geh-sheft


Transportation

bus der Bus (se) boos
train der Zug (ü, e) tsook
airplane das Flugzeug (e) flook-tsoyk
ship das Schiff (e) shiff
boat das Boot (e) boat
motorcycle das Motorrad (ä, er) moh-toh-raht
automobile das Auto (s) ow-toh
streetcar die Straßenbahn (en) shtrass-en-bahn
moped das Moped (s) mo-ped
bike das Rad (ä, er) raht
car der Wagen (-) vah-gen
on foot zu Fuss foos

Note: To say by bus, train, etc., use mit dem and the noun. The one exception is streetcar, where you use mit der instead of dem (because it's feminine).

7 comments:

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Anonymous said...

Hi Ashish

Is there a easy way to istinguish between the (m)(f) & (n). I will be very confused to use der die and das. Also it would be great if you help me out with akkusativ and dativ

thanks for your help in advance.

regards,
Vanitha.

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