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46 | Ich brauch’ Obst, Gemüse und Fleisch
I need fruit, vegetables, and meat

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Grocery shopping, measurements, weight
Sentence structure, subordinate clause

grocery sub-clause

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Translations

Paul:Paul (name)
noun (m.)
Warum why
adverb
ist is
verb
mein my
pronoun
Kühlschrank refrigerator; fridge
noun (m.)
immer always
adverb
leer empty
adjective
? Jetzt now; currently
adverb
muss must
verb
ich I
personal pronoun
krank sick; ill
adjective
einkaufen to shop; go shopping
verb
. Ich I
personal pronoun
bin am
verb
so so; such; in this manner
adverb
müde sleepy; tired
adjective
. Was what / something (coll.)
adverb
brauch' need
verb
ich I
personal pronoun
denn because / after all / „on earth“ as in „where on earth“
adverb
eigentlich actual(ly); anyways; by the way
particle
? Aha aha; ah I see
particle
: Obst fruit (category of groceries)
noun (n.)
, Gemüse vegetables (uncountable)
noun (n.)
und and
conjunction
Fleisch meat; flesh (uncountable)
noun (n.)
.

Paul: Why is my fridge always empty? Now I have to shop (while) sick. I’m so tired. By the way, what do I need? Aha: fruit, vegetables and meat.

Verkäufer:shop assistant; salesman; seller
noun (m.)
Der the (masculine)
article
nächste next; nearest
adjective
bitte please; you're welcome
particle
. Was what / something (coll.)
adverb
darf's am/is it allowed / OR: may it
verb
denn because / after all / „on earth“ as in „where on earth“
adverb
sein to be / his
verb
?

Shop assistant: Next one please. What would you like? (literally: 'what may it be')

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New words

 

die Banane
the banana

Birnen
pears

das Fett
the fat

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Ich bin Paul

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