Friends International English Conversation Group

German conversation – part 2

Posted on: 24. January 2014

At our last meeting, we talked about the weather and some more words that came up during the meeting.

Das Wetter

Es ist kalt/eisig/warm/heiß – it is cold/freezing/warm/hot

Mir ist kalt/... – I am cold/…

Es ist heiter/wolkig/bedeckt/sonnig– it is bright/cloudy/overcast/sunny

Es ist sehr/zu kalt… – it is very/too cold…

Frühling/Sommer/Herbst/Winter – spring/summer/autumn/winter

Der Wind – wind

windig – windy

Der Sturm – storm

stürmisch – stormy

Der Hagel – hail

Der Schneeregen – sleet

Der Nieselregen – drizzle

Die Eisglätte – there is no such word in English; LEO dictionary gives the phrase “icy conditions”, but that does not seem very satisfactory to me…

Questions that arose during the meeting

Die Nervensäge – nag in German as a verb “nörgeln, meckern”

gewohnt: Früher habe ich in Berlin gewohnt – perfect form of wohnen – live

gewöhnt: Ich bin gewöhnt, früh aufzustehen – be used to

Rasen, Wiese, Weide, Feld, Heide

= lawn, meadow, field, heath

bright in German: not only beautiful weather!

  leuchtend
  strahlend
  aufgeweckt
  blank
  fröhlich
  froh
  gescheit
  glänzend
  heiter
  intelligent
  klar
  klug
  licht
  sehr freundlich

See you next Monday, to practise and discuss more German phrases!

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