Learn German from scratch: letters and greetings


 The German language, as you know, has become one of the most important languages in the world, due to Germany's economic position.

There are three countries that speak German, one of the largest economic countries in the world, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, which made many students and non-students accept to learn it, whether for the purpose of studying or immigrating to these countries. If you are interested in studying the German language and starting to learn it, you are in the right place, as we will put in your hands lessons and books, the basics of this language, starting from self-introduction and letters, to building complete sentences and conducting simple dialogues in the German language. With books and videos that help you learn German books in a fast and excellent way.

:First letters of the German language 

  A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z

Italics are letters with two dots to ease pronunciation


The letter ß, which is one of the letters of the German alphabet, reads as the letter "S" is read in English

You can listen to the pronunciation in this video

 :Second, greetings in German

:Official formula
!Guten Tag
It's the most important formal greeting in German, and you can use it all day long. There are other   greetings that are suitable for different times of the day
Until about eleven o'clock - Guten Morgen

From about six o'clock in the evening - Guten Abend
A formal greeting is to extend hands for a handshake and to look each other in the face in a friendly manner.

 :The informal form
This is how you can greet friends, acquaintances, and younger people, and you can even greet them with a smile, wave your hand, or nod your head to them.
Some people greet each other by hugging or kissing on the cheeks.

auf Wiedersehen - Bye - said face to face

auf Wiederhören  - Bye - said on the phone

Gute Nacht - said at bedtime

You can listen to these greetings and learn their pronunciation from this video 

Third, the personal pronouns in the German language

ich - me
du - you
er - he (masculine Maskulinum)
sie - she (For Femininum Feminine)
es - is (for Neutrum)
sie - they
ihr - you
wir - we
Sie - (you in the respectful form) for the singular and plural - and begins with a capital letter, whatever its position in the sentence

And you can listen and learn the pronunciation from this video:

We have finished this lesson, and our advice is to repeat the reading and memorization, because the basics are what is built on what is to come in the language.

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