Date & Time in German

Date & Time in German 2017-11-27T08:19:03+00:00

Alright, now it’s time to learn some vocabulary related to date and time. This lesson will teach you how the days of the week, months, seasons and times of day are called in German.

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

Date & time in German

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Days of the week

EnglishGermanPronunciation
(Audio)
Monday [Sg]
Montag
Mondays [Pl]
(die) Montage
Tuesday [Sg]
Dienstag
Tuesdays [Pl]
(die) Dienstage
Wednesday [Sg]
Mittwoch
Wednesdays [Pl]
(die) Mittwoche
Thursday [Sg]
Donnerstag
Thursdays [Pl]
(die) Donnerstage
Friday [Sg]
Freitag
Fridays [Pl]
(die) Freitage
Saturday [Sg]
Samstag
Saturdays [Pl]
(die) Samstage
Sunday [Sg]
Sonntag
Sundays [Pl]
(die) Sonntage
Weekend [Sg]
Wochenende
Weekends [Pl]
(die) Wochenenden
on Monday
am Montag
on Tuesday
am Dienstag
on Wednesday
am Mittwoch
on Thursday
am Donnerstag
on Friday
am Freitag
on Saturday
am Samstag
on Sunday
am Sonntag
at the weekend
am Wochenende
on Mondays
Montags
on Tuesdays
Dienstags
on Wednesdays
Mittwochs
on Thursdays
Donnerstags
on Fridays
Freitags
on Saturdays
Samstags
on Sundays
Sonntags
at Weekends
an Wochenenden

Months

EnglishGermanPronunciation
(Audio)
January
Januar
February
Februar
March
März
April
April
May
Mai
June
Juni
July
Juli
August
August
September
September
October
Oktober
November
November
December
Dezember

Seasons

EnglishGermanPronunciation
(Audio)
Spring [Sg]
(der) Frühling
(das) Frühjahr

springs [Pl]
(die) Frühlinge
(die) Frühjahre

Summer [Sg]
(der) Sommer
summers [Pl]
(die) Sommer
Autumn / Fall [Sg]
(der) Herbst
autumns / falls [Pl]
(die) Herbste
Winter [Sg]
(der) Winter
winters [Pl]
(die) Winter

Times of Day

EnglishGermanPronunciation
(Audio)
morning [Sg]
(der) Morgen
mornings [Pl]
(die) Morgen
forenoon [Sg]
(der) Vormittag
forenoons [Pl]
(die) Vormittage
noon [Sg]
(der) Mittag
noons [Pl]
(die) Mittage
afternoon [Sg]
(der) Nachmittag
afternoons [Pl]
(die) Nachmittage
evening [Sg]
(der) Abend
evenings [Pl]
(die) Abende
night [Sg]
(der) Nacht
nights [Pl]
(die) Nächte
midnight [Sg]
Mitternacht
midnights [Pl]
(die) Mitternächte

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