2010 PA German Lessons

Mini Lesson #189

1. How do you say “It's a quarter till eight.” in PA German? You would pronounce it SIS FODDLE BIS OCHT, and it is written: Sis Vaddel bis acht.
2. How would you say “He came home on time.”? You would pronounce it AIR ISS SIGHT LICH HAME KUMMA, and it’s written: Er is zeitlich heemkumme.


Mini Lesson #188

1. How do you say “Where is he?” in PA German? You would pronounce it VOO ISS AIR, and it is written: Wu is er?
2. How would you say “Over there.”? You would pronounce it DOT DRIVVA, and it’s written: Datt driwwe.


Mini Lesson #175

1. How do you say “They're really hanging on to each other.” in PA German? You would pronounce it DEE HENKA AVVA NANNA AWE, and it is written: Die henke awwer nanner aa.
2. How would you say “There's nothing better.”? You would pronounce it ESS ISS NIX DRIVVA, and it’s written: Es is nix driwwer.


Mini Lesson #186

1. How do you say “He's over it.” in PA German? You would pronounce it AIR ISS DRIVVA, and it is written: Er is driwwer.
2. How would you say “He is not sick”? You would pronounce it AIR ISS NET GRUNK, and it’s written: Er is net grank.


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