In our German drinks lesson, we will include the most used names of German drinks in daily life. Of course, we do not include harmful beverages here, but the German of the most commonly consumed beverages.
We talked about German food and German drinks in a previous lesson, if you wish, you can learn both the names of food and drinks in German by looking at that topic. Click for more information : German food and German drinks
Now you can view our images about the German drinks we prepared for you.
Beverage Names in German
Dear friends, we saw the names of drinks in German above. It is enough to learn so many German beverage names in the first place. You can then spend time learning new words as you find time.
Now let's use these German drinks that we have learned in sentences. Let's make sample sentences about drinks in German.
For example, what can we say? Let's start with sentences like I like milk, I don't like tea, I like lemonade, I want to drink tea.
We will present sample sentences about drinks in German with visual support.
SAMPLE SENTENCES ABOUT GERMAN BEVERAGES
Ich mag Limonade : I like lemonade
Ich mag Milch nicht : I don't like milk
Ich mag Kaffee : I like coffee
Ich mag Tee nicht : I don't like tea
Er mag Tee : She loves tea
Er mag Tee nicht : He doesn't like tea
Omer Mag Limonade : Omer loves lemonade
Melis mag Limonade nicht : Omer doesn't like lemonade
Wir mögen Orangensaft: We love orange juice
Wir mögen Orangensaft nicht : We don't like orange juice
Now let's learn to make longer sentences like "I like lemonade but I don't like milk". Now examine the sentence we will write below, we think you will understand the sentence structure better with the coloring method.
Omer mag Tea, but er mag Coffee can not be
Omer tea severe, but o kahve does not like
If we analyze the above sentence; Ömer is the subject of the sentence, and mag verb refers to the conjugation of the verb mögen according to the subject of the sentence, that is, the third person singular. The word tee means tea, the word aber means but-only, er means the third person singular o, the word kaffee means coffee as you already know, and the word nicht at the end of the sentence is used to make the sentence negative.
Greenhouse mag Lemonade, but they mag Tea can not be
Greenhouse lemonade severe but o tea does not like
We can give the above sentences as an example to the sentences like "I like soup but I don't like pasta" regarding German food and beverages. Now let's look at another type of sentence that we can give as an example about food and drinks in German:
Ohne and myth phrases
As an example of German sentences made using Ohne and myth conjunctions “I drink tea without sugar","I drink the coffee without milk","I drink coffee with milkWe can give sentences like ”as an example.
Now let's make sentences about food and drink in German using the conjunctions "ohne" and "myth".
GERMAN BEVERAGE DIALOGUES
Let us now focus on various dialogues using the conjunctions of ohne and myth. Our dialogues will consist of a question and answer. In German, the conjunction ohne means -li, and the conjunction with myth means -li-with. For example, when saying I drink tea without sugar, the conjunction ohne is used, and when I say tea with sugar, the conjunction of myth is used. This is better understood in the examples below. Examine the sentences made with German ohne and myth.
Let's analyze the image above:
Wie trinkst du deinen Tee? : How do you drink your tea?
Ich trinke Tee ohne Zucker. : I drink tea without sugar.
Let's give different sentences:
Ich trinke Tee mit Zucker. : I drink tea with sugar.
Ich trinke Kaffee ohne Zucker. : I drink coffee without sugar.
Ich trinke Kaffee mit Zucker. : I drink coffee with sugar.
Ich trinke Kaffee mit Milch. : I drink coffee with milk.
Dear friends, we think that our lesson has been understood. In this lesson, we saw sample sentences that we can make about German drinks and German drinks.
We wish you all success in your German lessons.