Today’s German Lesson (Humor)

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Today we are going to learn some useful, everyday phrases in German.
Repeat after me auf Deutsch and then in English.

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Hallo. Wie geht es dir?

Hello. How are you?

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Mir geht es gut. Danke für die Nachfrage.

I am doing well. Thank you for asking.

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Ist das nicht der Tag wunderbar deprimierend?

Isn’t the day wonderfully depressing?

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Meine Seele ist schwer mit Bedauern.

My soul is heavy with regret.

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Die Liebe ist verwirrend zu dem kleinen Kind aber klar, der Mann auf dem Totenbett.

Love is perplexing to the little child, but clear to the man on his deathbed.

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Früher haben wir in den Keller gehen und ziehen Trapeze in der Kohlenstaub.

We used to go down to the basement and draw trapezoids in the coal dust.

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Der Supermarkt abgebrannt. Wir verhungern.

The supermarket burned down. We starve.

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Bis morgen. Auf Wiedersehen.

See you tomorrow. Goodbye.

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This concludes today’s German Lesson.
And remember: learning isn’t just fun, it’s a blanket for weeping souls!
 
 

14 Comments

  1. The closest I get to German is the potato salad. Which probably may or may not be an actual German recipe. I’ve heard it is a particularly difficult language for American English Speakers to master.

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