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Langenscheidt- Basic German Vocabulary

Langenscheidt- Basic German Vocabulary

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  • 1 The Human Being
  • 1.2 Appearance
  • 1.3 Mind and Reason
  • 1.4 Character
  • 1.5 Pleasant and Neutral Emotions
  • 1.6 Negative Emotions
  • 1.8 Life and Death
  • 2.1 The Senses and Body Functions
  • 2.2 Hygiene and Cleanliness
  • 2.4 Movement and Rest
  • 2.5 Moving of Objects and Beings
  • 2.6 Giving and Taking
  • 2.7 Handling Objects and Beings
  • 4 Man and Society
  • 4.1 Identification
  • 4.6 Positive and Neutral Social Behavior
  • 4.8 Contacts and Events
  • 4.9 Fate and Coincidence
  • 5.1 House and Apartment
  • 5.4 Clothing and Jewelry
  • 5.5 Meals, Restaurant
  • 5.7 Fruits and Vegetables
  • 5.8 Drinking and Smoking
  • 5.9 Doctor and Hospital
  • 6 Business and Administration
  • 6.3 Money and Property
  • 6.6 Authorities, Police
  • 71 Theater, Film, Fine Arts
  • 14 Leisure Activities
  • z5 sports
  • 8.2 War and Peace
  • 9 Environment
  • 9.2 Landscape
  • 9.3 Nature: General
  • 9.6 Weather and Climate
  • 10 Technology and Materials
  • 10.1 Technology
  • 10.2 Materials
  • 11.1 Travel
  • 11.3 Vehicles
  • 12.2 Nationalities, Inhabitants, Languages
  • 13 Time
  • 13.1 Divisions of the Year
  • 13.2 The Names of the Months
  • 13.3 Weekda!
  • 13.6 Other Concepts of Time
  • 13.6.1 Nouns
  • 13.6.2 Verbs
  • 13.6.4 Adverbs
  • 13.6.5 Prepositions
  • 13.6.6 Conjunctions
  • 14.1 Nouns
  • 14.2 Adjectives
  • 14.3 Adverbs
  • 15 Quantityand Measure
  • 15.1 Concepts of Quantity
  • 15.2 Cardinal Numbers
  • 15.3 Measurements and Weights
  • 15 Order and Reference
  • 111 Ways and Methods
  • 18 Colors
  • 20 Cause and Effect
  • 21 Condition and Change
  • 22 Pronouns
  • 22.3 Possessive Adjectives
  • 22.4 Demonstrative Adjectives
  • 22.5 Question Pronouns, Relative Pronouns
  • 22.6 Indefinite Pronouns
  • 23 Conjunctions
  • 21 Conjunctions
  • 24 Adverbs
  • Index
  • Pronunciation

Alkohol [‘alkoho:l] m, -s, kein PI.

alcohol n

Ich darf keinen Alkohol trinken.
Ich muss noch Auto fahren.

I can’t drink any alcohol. I still
have to drive.

Bier [bi:a*] n, -s, -e
Im Kuhlschrank ist noch Bier.

Durst [durst] m, -es, kein PI.
o Mochtest du etwas trinken?
Nein danke, ich habe keinen
Flasche rflala] t -, -n
Wir haben nur noch eine Flasche

beer n

There’s more beer in the refrige-

thirst n

o Would you like something to
o No thanks. I’m not thirsty.

We only have one bottle of wine


bottle n

Getrank [ga’trs~k]

n, -(e)s, -e
Hast du fur die Feier auch alko-
holfreie Getranke gekauft?

drink, beverage n

Did you also buy non-alcoholic
beverages for the celebration?


Glas [gla:~] n, -es, Glaser

glass n

Would you like another glass of

coffee n

If I drink coffee in the evening, I
can’t sleem

Mochtest du noch ein Glas Wein?

Kaffee [‘kafe] rn, -s kein PI.
Wenn ich abends Kaffee trinke,
kann ich nicht schlafen.
Milch [milq] f -, kein PI.

milk n

Die Kinder trinken Milch zum

The children drink milk for break-



rauchen [‘raux(a)n] Wt., i., rauch-
te, hat geraucht
Sie raucht 30 Zigaretten am Tag.
Saft [zaft] m, -(e)s, Safte
Ich habe frischen Orangensaft.
Mochtest du ein Glas?

smoke v

She smokes 30 cigarettes a day.

I have fresh orange juice. Would
vou like a alass?

juice n

Tabak [‘ta:bak] m, -s, -e

tobacco n

What brand of tobacco do you

We drink more tea than coffee.

Welche Tabakmarke rauchst du?

Tee [te:] m, -s, kein PI.

tea n

Wir trinken mehr Tee als Kaffee.
trinken rtrir~k(a)n] V/t, trank, hat drink v
Was mochten Sie trinken?

wine n

Der Wein schmeckt gut, aber er
ist zu warm.


What would you like to drink?

The wine tastes good, but it is too

Wein [vain] m, -(e)s, -e

Zigarette [tsiga’r~ta]

f -, -n

cigarette n

Er hat aufgehort, Zigaretten zu

He stopped smoking cigarettes.

Zigarre [tsi’gara] f -, -n

cigar n

Manchmal rauche ich auch Zi-

Sometimes I also smoke cigars.

15 Alltagswelt I


5 Everyday Life

alkoholfrei [alko’ho:lfrai] Adj., non-alcoholic, soft (drink)
keine Komp.

o Mochtest du auch ein Bier?
o Nein, lieber ein alkoholfreies

o Would you like a beer, too?
No, I’d rather have something



Bar [ba:*] ( -, -s


Die Bar hat bis 4.00 Uhr morgens

The bar is open until 4 a.m.

betrunken [baYru~k(a)n]



Wenn er betrunken ist, wird er


durstig [‘durstiGq A@.


Hast du etwas zu trinken fur

Do you have something I can

mich? Ich bin sehr durstia.

When he’s drunk, he gets aggres-

drink? I’m verv thirstv.

Kakao [ka’ka:~]

m, -s, kein PI.

cocoa, hovdrinking chocolate n

Bernd likes to drink warm cocoa

Bernd trinkt gerne warmen Kakao
mit Sahne.

with cream.

Ich kann die Flasche nicht offnen,
weil der Korken so fest sitzt.

n, -s, kein PI.

Zum Essen trinke ich meistens

mv meals.

Korken [‘k~k(a)n]

m, -s, -

cork n

I can’t open the bottle because
the cork is so tight.
Mineralwasser [mina’ra:lvasa*] mineral water n

I usually drink mineral water with

Pfeife [‘pfaifa] f -, -n

pipe n

Since when have you smoked a

Seit wann rauchst du Pfeife?

Raucher [‘rauxa*] m, -s, -
Raucherin [‘rauxarin] ( -, -nen
Sie ist eine starke Raucherin.

smoker n

She is a heavy smoker.

15.9 Arzt und Krankenhaus

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