GERMAN LESSON 1: Learn German for Beginners – German Greetings ?

GERMAN LESSON 1: Learn German for Beginners – German Greetings ?

Hello, everybody and welcome to learn German with Ania Today we are going to talk about basic greetings in German you might already know some of them or you might not remember others, we will cover all of them Right the let’s go in the morning right after [getting] up, you know You would say guten Morgen Guten Morgen Then during the day so starting at about [10] a.m.. You will say guten tag guten [tag] this means good day, then in the evening when it’s starting to get dark you would say Guten abend Guten Abend [and] Before you go to bed. You will tell your friends and your family and your number or whoever [good] [-] not Good not and after that you can also say should Sure, this means sleep. Well so did you notice [something] when you look at them is? There a pattern or maybe is there one exception. So maybe [you’ll] notice that Guten [ah] doesn’t have an end after Hooter no the other ones all [are] good 10, but not it’s feminine That’s why it’s just good [10] not because it’s deep not it’s feminine the other ones are Masculine For friends and family you would say hello Hello, or hi Hi, and sometimes German just like to say Na Na It doesn’t really mean anything. It’s just like Na [we] get like [Na]. How are you? Hey? How [are] you alright? So and now how do you say goodbye in German so there are also a few? Options you have first of all you can say auf Wiedersehen [Auf] Vida zein This is for people who you don’t know very well It’s a formal way of saying Goodbye [and] literally it means out really doesn’t really mean anything maybe [to] in this case or something and V there is again and Cn means to see so to see you again Auf Wiedersehen So for friends and family we usually say choose Choose or choose E [chess] [see] some German also like to say choo-Choo They all mean the same thing [okay]. Let’s do a quick summary So what would you say in the morning when you’re seeing somebody for the first time you take Guten morgen? Then the sun is shining hopefully wherever you are the sun is going to start to shine you would say guten tag then when it starts getting dark outside You would take Guten abend Guten abend [and] then when it’s very dark, it’s already during the night And you’re going to sleep start like this You would say guten nacht, and you can also say slav should this means sleep well slav sure good enough slav should and back to the life and to say hello to friends and family you would say hello or hi or Na and to say goodbye you would say choose or Tracy or chow or But we also like [to] say is for example dish pea tale this means see you later this means until and [Schibetta] is later So see you later until later this beta. That’s it for today I hope you liked [my] video and please as a homework write in the comment and Depending on the time of the day How you would greet me? So wherever you are and whenever you’re watching this video look outside? [it’s] [a] [dark], or is it maybe in the middle of the night or is it in the morning? How would you greet me with the morning – Alvin Guten tag or whatever yeah, just write it in the comments and choose

100 thoughts on “GERMAN LESSON 1: Learn German for Beginners – German Greetings ?

  1. Guten Abend! Your videos are really helpful and clear! Ive always been worried about using an informal term to someone i should be saying a formal term to. Is informal and formal something i have to apply? or is using one term for all situations okay? Are these words mostly said by preference or simply by the person you are actually talking to?

    Anyways once again your videos are very helpful! As someone currently hoping to become fluent in german one day, danke for making these videos!

  2. Although I'm posting this in 2019, I want to say thank you. I want to learn German very much. I was born in the US but my heritage is mostly German. So it's always been important to me to learn the language of my ancestors.

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