Learn Random German Words and Phrases
If you are looking for a place to build on your basic German vocabulary - especially when it comes to learning random German words and phrases, this is a great place to start. Trust me, some of the things sent in are very random - but that's what makes them so much fun! So, learn the meaning to random German words and phrases now with our random German to English dictionary!
Below the list of the oh so very random words and phrases, there is an area where you can leave a comment and connect with other visitors. There is also some articles about Germany that you can read if they interest you, plus a current German Web Poll you can vote in.
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German to English Random Words and Phrases:
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 random German translations which makes it an excellent supplement for those trying to learn how to speak German.
(Words in bold added during the last update.)
Du bist das schönste Mädchen von allen - You are the most beautiful girl of all
Du bist mir so wichtig wie mein eigenes Blut - I hold you like my own blood
Du bist tot - You are dead
Frohe Weihnachten - Merry Christmas
Ich bin ein hungrig hungrig Nilpferd - I am a hungry hungry hippo
Ich bin kein Flughafen - I am not an airport
Ich brauche mehr Bier! Jetzt! - I need more beer! Now!
Ich habe eine Nase! - I have a nose!
Ich habe zehn Kartoffeln in meiner Hose - I have ten potatoes in my pants
Ich liebe dich - I love you
Mein Löffel ist zu groß - My spoon is too big
Meine Mutter ist nett - My mom is nice
Mutter - Mother
Vater - Father
Warum frisst du den Tisch? - Why are you eating the table?
Was brauchen wir? - What do we need?
Wie ist das Wetter? - What is the weather?
Wohin wird das noch führen? - What is this world coming to?
German Greetings: Learn how to say German greetings and goodbyes.
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- New Zealand
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The Fine Print
The German to English Dictionary featured at the Chromlea Language Tutor may contain some errors in the German language. It is to be seen with a grain of salt, as all the content is from actual user submissions and not checked for grammatical / spelling accuracy (though we do correct our content as we are informed of errors). We wish you the best with your learning German and hope you can find this site helpful in your German language study.