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German For Beginners III Quiz

Common items you see around the household, but what are their German names? 10 Questions.

 
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What is the German for this object?

  • Topf
  • Teetasse
  • Nagel
  • Buch

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A "messer und Gabel" is German for what?

  • A record player
  • A knife and fork
  • A dolls house
  • An electric plug

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Careful with this one! What is a "fernsehen"?

  • A remote control
  • A bottle
  • A television
  • A speaker

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A lazy man is the same the world round, but what do they call them in Germany?

  • "Ein grosse Mann"
  • "Ein glucklicher Mann"
  • "Ein hubscher Mann"
  • "Ein fauler Mann"

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What is a "Zeitschrift"?

  • A magazine
  • A newspaper
  • A booklet
  • A computer

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What would you call a pair of these in Germany?

  • Tapisserie
  • Tapete
  • Verschluss
  • Vorhange

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What is the German term for this item?

  • Schtopemfloppen
  • Bustenhalter
  • Weste
  • Halfter-Hals

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A "bessen" translates into what in English?

  • Hat
  • Broom
  • Coat
  • Shoe

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This well-known item is known as a what in Germany?

  • Kaffeetisch
  • Esstisch
  • Gelegentlicher Tisch
  • Bugelbrett

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And finally ... You may find these stuffed into a wash basket. By what proper German name are they known?

  • Badehose
  • Unterhose
  • Shorts
  • Wellensittich-Schmuggler

 

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