German For Beginners IV
Useful phrases and words when you're out on the town. 10 Questions.
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Nice easy one to start with. How would you ask for a menu in a German restaurant?
"Kann ich ein Menu bitte haben?"
"Kann ich eine Serviette bitte?"
"Kann ich einen Tisch fur zwei?"
"Kann ich ein Messer und Gabel?"
You are relying on public transport to get you to the city, but you don't know when the bus is due. How would you ask someone?
"Gibt es ein Taxistand nahe hier?"
"Gibt es ein passender Lastwagen?"
"Wann ist der nachste Bus durch die Stadt?"
"Gibt es ein passendes Flugzeug?"
You go to a theater where you see a sign like this. What mustn't you do?
You go into a bar and the waiter asks "Was mochten Sie trinken?" What is he asking?
What country you come from
What it is you'd like to drink
Whether you're old enough to drink
Whether you'd like a bowl of nuts with your drink
Your looking for a parking space in the big city when you come across a sign that says 'Parkplatz voll'. What does it mean?
There are parking spaces still available
It's a private car park
It's a car park for disabled drivers only
The car park is full
You've just been mugged in the city. To whom would you go for assistance?
You take advantage of the offers in your hotel, and you choose the "Badeort". Where would you be going?
The hotel bar
Private tennis court
If you were to visit a "Bordell", where would you find yourself?
In a brothel
In a coffee house
At the zoo
At the museum
In which of the following places could you relieve yourself?
All the above
Your flying home, but which of the following places would you need to catch your flight?
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