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Sep 14, 2012 Learn useful German phrases with our German in Three Minutes series! In Germany, manners are important, and this step-by-step video teaches you some of the basics you. Learn to Speak, designed by university language experts, is an interactive learning system that's proven to teach you German quickly and easily. With progressive learning lessons, speech recognition technology, and immersion learning, you'll have everything you need to become fluent in German.
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Wollen = want Sie= you Wollen Sie?= Do you want? (It means literally: Want you?) was = what Was wollen Sie?= What do you want? (literally: What want you?) Wasser = water Wollen Sie Wasser?= Do you want water? (literally: Want you water?) essen = to eat trinken = to drink Was wollen Sie essen? = What do you want to eat? (literally: What want you eat?) Was wollen Sie* trinken? = What do you want to drink?
(literally: What want you drink?) *Note that the polite form of you (Sie) is always written with a capital “S”. I explain this in more detail in basic lesson No 11. Wollen Sie?= Do you want to? (literally: Want you?) Wollen Sie trinken? = (drink) = Do you want to drink? (literally: Want you drink?) Wollen Sie essen? = (eat) = Do you want to eat?
(literally: Want you eat?) Wollen Sie schwimmen?(swim) = Do you want to swim? Wollen Sie lernen?
= (learn) Wollen Sie studieren? = (study) Wollen Sie kommen?
= (come) Wollen Sie parken? = (park) Wollen Sie gehen? = (go) Wollen Sie starten?= (start) Wollen Sie tanzen?= (dance) mit mir? = with me? Wollen Sie mit mir* tanzen? = Do you want to dance with me? *Note that the word order in German and English is sometimes a little different. No German would have a problem if you said: “Wollen Sie tanzen mit mir?” but it would be correct to ask: “Wollen Sie mit mir tanzen?” This is the reason why my rule No 1 is so important!
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