1994 PA German Lessons

 

 

Mini Lesson #16

1. How do you say “Christmas tree” in PA German?  You would pronounce it GRISHED BAUM, and it is written:  Grischtbaam.
2. How would you say “Christmas Day”?  You would pronounce it GRISHED DAWK, and it’s written: Grischtdaag.
 
 


 
 
 

 

 

Mini Lesson #15

1. How do you say “Thanksgiving is in November.” in PA German?  You would pronounce it IM NOVEMBER ISS DER BAID DAWK, and it is written:  Im Nowember iss der Beetdaag.
2. How would you say “Then it will give a great feast.”?  You would pronounce it DON GEPPS EN GROSS ESSA, and it’s written: Dann gebt’s ‘n grooss esse.
 
 


 
 
 

 

 

Mini Lesson #14

1. How do you say “Halloween is in October.” in PA German?  You would pronounce it IMM OCTOVER ISS ALLERHEIL, and it is written:  Im Oktower iss Allerheil.
2. How would you say “The spooks have a great time.”?  You would pronounce it DE SPUCKA EN GROSSSEE SEIT HEN, and it’s written: Die Schpucke ‘n groossi Zeit hen.
 
 


 
 
 

 

 

Mini Lesson #13

1. How do you say “How many months does a year have?” in PA German?  You would pronounce it VEE FEEL MOONET HUT ESS YAAR, and it is written:  Wiffel Munet hot ‘s Yaahr?
2. How would you say “A year has twelve months.”?  You would pronounce it ESS YAAR HUT SWELLF MOONET, and it’s written: 'S Yaahr hot zwelf Munet.
 
 


 
 
 

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