Ein, eine, and einen in German are used for when talking about indefinite articles (a or an in English). Here’s everything you need to know about using ein, eine, and einen.
German terms of endearment are often derived from animals, or use diminutives to add cuteness. Here are 22 cute German nicknames for your romantic partner, children, family, and friends.
If you are wondering whether the correct word is Danke schön or Dankeschön – congrats, you are officially as confused by German as most Germans are. The average German hardly ever knows whether a word is written together or apart. In this post, we’ll explain the difference between Dankeschön and Danke schön, explain the difference…
Telling time in German can be complicated. We break down everything you need to know about telling time including how to ask for the time, tell time, and provide you with new vocabulary words about time in German.
Saying good evening in German is different depending on whether you’re greeting someone or saying goodbye. In this post, we will teach you how to say good evening in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria.
How to say you in German — differentiating between du, ihr, and Sie. When to use this pronoun – in formal and informal situations.
I love you in German is simply Ich liebe dich, but depending on the level of love you feel, this isn’t the best phrase to use. Here are all the ways to say I love you to your friends, family, and significant others.
Wonderful in German is simply wundervoll. But there are several ways of saying wonderful. If you’re describing a sunrise or a great meal, here are all the words you can use to describe something wonderful.
Fitting in while living in Germany isn’t easy. Understanding complicated cultural norms and German manners can take years. Here’s everything you need to know about proper German etiquette as a foreigner.
You may already know that nein means no in German. While this is a very common use of nein, it isn’t the only way you can use it. Nein in German is used to not only decline something, but it can also be used as question and to express surprise. There are also many variations…