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13 | Paul schreibt mit Laura

Paul writes with Laura

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Paul:Paul (name)
noun (m.)
Beate Beate (name)
noun (f.)
? Sie she
personal pronoun
mag like(s)
verb
Brot bread; loaf of bread
noun (n.)
. Hmmm... Schreibe write
verb
ich I
personal pronoun
was here: something (colloquially)
adverb
*? Na well…; so…
interjection
ja yes
particle
, ok ok
particle
. „ Hallo hello
interjection
!“

Paul: Beate? She likes bread. Hmmm… Do I write something? (meaning: should I write something) Oh well, okay. “Hello!”

Claudia Claudia (name)
noun (f.)
? Schwimmen to swim / swimming
verb / noun (n.)
, Hunde dogs
noun (m.)
und and
conjunction
Sprachen languages
noun (f.)
. ... Nein no
particle
.

Claudia? Swimming, dogs and languages. … No.

Laura Laura (name)
noun (f.)
? Polizistin policewoman
noun (f.)
. Möchtest would like (polite version of „wollen“)
verb
du you
personal pronoun
wissen to know
verb
, wer who; whoever
adverb
ich I
personal pronoun
bin am
verb
? Du you
personal pronoun
kannst can
verb
einfach easy(ly); simple; just
adjective
fragen to ask
verb
...“ Ich I
personal pronoun
frage ask
verb
mal once; time(s) (as in: one time, two times) / ‘real quick‘
adverb
: Laura Laura (name)
noun (f.)
, wer who; whoever
adverb
bist are
verb
du you
personal pronoun
?“

Laura? Policewoman. “Would you like to know who I am? You can just ask ...” I’ll ask: “Laura, who are you?”

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New words

 

etwas
some(thing); somewhat

ihr könnt
you (pl.) can

du musst
you must

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Ich bin Paul

Greet someone, speak formally
Personal pronouns: Sie, ich, er