2012 PA German Lessons

Mini Lesson #207

1. How do you say “We'll meet this Sunday.” in PA German? You would pronounce it MERE FA SUMLA UNZ DA SUUNDAK, and it is written: Mir versammle uns der Sunndaag.
2. How would you say “It's quarter til eight.”? You would pronounce it SIS FODDLE BIS OCHT, and it’s written: Sis Vaddel bis acht. 


Mini Lesson #208

1. How do you say “The time for bed is now.” in PA German? You would pronounce it DEE SIGHT FAH INZ BETT IS NAU, and it is written: Die Zeit fer ins Bett is nau.
2. How would you say “Did you know?”? You would pronounce it HUSHED DEW GA-VIST, and it’s written: Hoscht du gwisst. 


Mini Lesson #209

1. How do you say “Master this thing!” in PA German? You would pronounce it MESCHTA DESS DING, and it is written: Meeschder des Ding!
2. How would you say “That is necessary”? You would pronounce it SELL ISS NOTE-VEND-DICH, and it’s written: Sel is notwendich. 
 
 

Mini Lesson #210

1. How do you say “Where there's smoke, there's fire.” in PA German? You would pronounce it VOO SCHMOKE ISS, ISS AWE FIRE, and it is written: Wu Schmok is, is aa Feier.
2. How would you say “Don't make a face.”? You would pronounce it MOCH NET EN SCHNOOT, and it’s written: Mach net en Schnut. 
 
 

Mini Lesson #211

1. How do you say “I prefer this to that.” in PA German? You would pronounce it DES ISS MERE LEE-VA AS CELL, and it is written: Des is mer liewer as sell.
2. How would you say “We prepared for visitors.”? You would pronounce it MERE HEN UNZ GA-RISHED FA BA-ZUCH, and it’s written: Mer hen uns gerischt fer Bsuch. 
 
 

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