Countries & Languages in German

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Countries & Languages in German 2017-11-27T08:18:21+00:00

When introducing yourself in German, you might want to talk about where you’re from and which languages you speak. Most German names of countries and languages are quite similar to English, so you shouldn’t have too much trouble with this lesson.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning German“.

Basic Words & Phrases: Countries & Languages

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America

EnglishGermanPronunciation
(Audio)
America
Amerika
American language
amerikanische Sprache
in American (English)
auf Amerikanisch
from America
aus Amerika
American (Person from America) [Sg]
(der) Amerikaner (m), (die) Amerikanerin (f)
Americans [Pl]
(die) Amerikaner (m), (die) Amerikanerinnen (f)
American (Adjective relating to America, e.g. American food)
amerikanisch

Austria

EnglishGermanPronunciation
(Audio)
Austria
Österreich
Austrian language
österreichische Sprache
in Austrian
auf Österreichisch
from Austria
aus Österreich
Austrian (Person from Austria) [Sg]
(der) Österreicher (m), (die) Österreicherin (f)
Austrians [Pl]
( Österreicher (m), d Österreicherinnen (f)
Austrian (Adjective relating to Austria, e.g. Austrian food)
österreichisch

England

EnglishGermanPronunciation
(Audio)
England
England
English language
englische Sprache
in English
auf Englisch
from England
aus England
English (Person from England) / Englishman [Sg]
(der) Engländer (m), (die) Engländerin (f)
English / Englishmen [Pl]
(die) Engländer (m), (die) Engländerinnen (f)
English (Adjective relating to England, e.g. English food)
englisch

France

EnglishGermanPronunciation
(Audio)
France
Frankreich
French language
französische Sprache
in French
auf Französisch
from France
aus Frankreich
French (Person from France) / Frenchman [Sg]
(der) Franzose (m), (die) Französin (f)
French / Frenchmen [Pl]
(die) Franzosen (m), (die) Französinnen (f)
French (Adjective relating to France, e.g. French food)
französisch

Germany

EnglishGermanPronunciation
(Audio)
Germany
Deutschland
German language
deutsche Sprache
in German
auf Deutsch
from Germany
aus Deutschland
German (Person from Germany) [Sg]
(der) Deutsche (m), (die) Deutsche (f)
Germans [Pl]
(die) Deutschen (m), (die) Deutschen (f)
German (Adjective relating to Germany, e.g. German food)
deutsch

Italy

EnglishGermanPronunciation
(Audio)
Italy
Italien
Italian language
italienische Sprache
in Italian
auf Italienisch
from Italy
aus Italien
Italian (Person from Italy) [Sg]
(der) Italiener (m), (die) Italienerin (f)
Italians [Pl]
(die) Italiener (m), (die) Italienerinnen (f)
Italian (Adjective relating to Italy, e.g. Italian food)
italienisch

Poland

EnglishGermanPronunciation
(Audio)
Poland
Polen
Polish language
polnische Sprache
in Polish
auf Polnisch
from Poland
aus Polen
Polish (Person from Poland) [Sg]
(der) Pole (m), (die) Polin (f)
Polish [Pl]
(die) Polen (m), (die) Polinnen (f)
Polish (Adjective relating to Poland, e.g. Polish food)
polnisch

Russia

EnglishGermanPronunciation
(Audio)
Russia
Russland
Russian language
russische Sprache
in Russian
auf Russisch
from Russia
aus Russland
Russian (Person from Russia) [Sg]
(der) Russe (m), (die) Russin (f)
Russians [Pl]
(die) Russen (m), (die) Russinnen (f)
Russian (Adjective relating to Russia, e.g. Russian food)
russisch

Spain

EnglishGermanPronunciation
(Audio)
Spain
Spanien
Spanish language
spanische Sprache
in Spanish
auf Spanisch
from Spain
aus Spanien
Spanish (Person from Spain) / Spaniard [Sg]
(der) Spanier (m), (die) Spanierin (f)
Spanish / Spaniards [Pl]
(die) Spanier (m), (die) Spanierinnen (f)
Spanish (Adjective relating to Spain, e.g. Spanish food)
spanisch

Switzerland

EnglishGermanPronunciation
(Audio)
Switzerland
(die) Schweiz
Swiss language
schweizer Sprache
in Swiss
auf Schweizerisch
from Switzerland
aus der Schweiz
Swiss (Person from Switzerland) [Sg]
(der) Schweizer (m), (die) Schweizerin (f)
Swiss [Pl]
(die) Schweizer (m), (die) Schweizerinnen (f)
Swiss (Adjective relating to Switzerland, e.g. Swiss food)
schweizerisch

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