I know only a few words of German, but multilingualmum (aka Jane Welton) provided her expertise for this language printable: 10 useful things to say in German.
Jane is a freelance writer, translator and teacher living in South West London with her husband and their 11 year-old daughter. Jane has spent a lot of time in other European countries and is bringing up her daughter speaking French and German as well as English. She’s also worked as a teacher of deaf children so she’s interested in sign language as well.
This is what the German language printable looks like:
Jane says: ‘In Bavaria and Austria everyone says “Gruess Gott” instead of “Guten Tag”. Originally it was like a short way of saying “may God greet you”! In Switzerland they say “Gruezi” (the z is pronounced like ts).’
You can download the German printable here:
and you can download my other language sheets here:
If you’d like to read about our travels in Germany, check out these posts about a trip to Berlin with my daughter:
Over to you
Which language would you like me to work on next? Could you help with a language which I haven’t covered yet?