English to German: Learn Animal Words and Phrases in German
This page provides a good overview of various animal words and sentences, presented from English to German. Words include the translations for many popular animals, like cat, dog, horse, and cow, plus other less commonly translated animals sentences like Do not touch the chickens! and People are generally pigs.
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English to German Animals:
Whether you are taking online German classes, doing distance learning German, or studying German abroad in Europe, our German to English dictionary is always being updated with new German animal translations which makes it an excellent supplement for those trying to learn how to speak German.
(Words in bold added/corrected during the last update.)
English to German General Animal Words:
Animal - das Tier
Names of the Animals in English to German:
Bear - der Bär
Bird - der Vogel
Cat - die Katze
Chicken - das Huhn
Cow - die Kuh
Dog - der Hund
Elephant - der Elefant
Fish - der Fisch
Horse - das Pferd
Kitten - das Kätzchen
Pig - das Schwein
Puppy - das Hündchen
Rabbit - das Kaninchen
Skunk - das Stinktier
Tiger - der Tiger
English to German Sentences with Animal References:
Do not touch the chickens! - Berühren Sie die Hühner nicht!
People are generally pigs - Leute sind gewöhnlich dumme Schweine
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