Lesson 13

Idiomatic ALL

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She gets dressed.

She puts on her gloves.

It is not worth it.

Don't be angry with me.

He behaves badly.

It tastes of sour milk.

He asks me for help.

We see each other later.

See you later.

I look at the house.

I work at Desma.

Everyone knows that.

It smells like hay.

She walked up and down.

Are you flying or driving?

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I look forward to the visit.

That depends.

I have no money with me.

He is knocking at the door.

They made him director.

One gets used to everything.

It gives me pleasure.

He fell in love with the girl.

He became engaged to the girl.

What will become of him?

He sat down at the table.

I did him a favour.

Pay attention!

She talks about him.

She puts on the hat.

I have caught a cold.

What time is he coming?

How are you?

It hurts me.

They laughed at him.

Begin at the beginning.

That does not concern you.

Do you remember the child?

Goodbye!

Farewell!

He has not come yet.

He has a pair of shoes.

He has several books.

Bye!

Give me another book!

Give me another book!

We made his acquaintance.

She imagines that.

He is afraid of the dog.

What is today's date?

My watch is fast.

My watch is slow.

He sent for me.

It serves him right.

I am glad.

It is my turn.

You either pay or leave.

He has neither the one nor the other.

Both his father and his mother.

Have a good time!

He has a headache.

She works at night.

What's new?

I pass him.

He climbed the mountain.

Learn it by heart!

I was just about to leave.

He thinks of her.

I wait for the woman.

He is proud of his son.

I like to read.

I like it.

I prefer to read.

He goes home.

It is getting hotter and hotter.

I am sorry.

He has nothing at all.

He is coming, doesn't he?

He is said to be rich.

He is rid of it.

She stops.

I can't afford it.

It is I.

All the better.

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He has a pair of shoes.

Er hat ein Paar Schuhe.

You either pay or leave.

Entweder du zahlst oder du gehst.

He is proud of his son.

Er ist stolz auf seinen Sohn.

It serves him right.

Es geschieht ihm recht.

Both his father and his mother.

Sowohl sein Vater als auch seine Mutter.

My watch is slow.

Meine Uhr geht nach.

He sat down at the table.

Er setzte sich an den Tisch.

He has a headache.

Er hat Kopfschmerzen.

He has several books.

Er hat ein paar Bücher.

Begin at the beginning.

Fang von vorne an..

He asks me for help.

Er bittet mich um Hilfe.

I pass him.

Ich gehe an ihm vorbei.

They made him director.

Man machte ihn zum Direktor.

He is afraid of the dog.

Er fürchtet sich vor dem Hund.

What is today's date?

Der wievielte ist heute?

How are you?

Wie geht es dir?

My watch is fast.

Meine Uhr geht vor.

He goes home.

Er geht nach Hause.

I like to read.

Ich lese gern.

He climbed the mountain.

Er stieg auf den Berg.

I am glad.

Ich freue mich.

I wait for the woman.

Ich warte auf die Frau.

She talks about him.

Sie spricht von ihm.

She stops.

Sie bleibt stehen.

I am sorry.

Es tut mir leid.

Bye!

Tschüss!

It tastes of sour milk.

Das schmeckt nach saurer Milch.

It hurts me.

Es tut mir weh.

I was just about to leave.

Ich wollte gerade gehen.

Learn it by heart!

Lerne es auswendig!

What will become of him?

Was wird aus ihm werden?

He is said to be rich.

Er soll sehr reich sein.

She imagines that.

Sie denkt sich das.

He has nothing at all.

Er hat garnichts.

What's new?

Was gibt's Neues?

It is not worth it.

Es ist nicht der Mühe wert.

That does not concern you.

Das geht Sie nichts an.

It gives me pleasure.

Es macht mir Freude.

She works at night.

Sie arbeitet nachts.

Don't be angry with me.

Seien Sie nicht böse auf mich.

I can't afford it.

Ich kann es mir nicht leisten.

Everyone knows that.

Jeder weiss das.

She gets dressed.

Sie zieht sich an.

He is rid of it.

Er ist es los.

Write that in German!

Schreiben Sie das auf Deutsch!%%%Schreib das auf deutsch!

They laughed at him.

Sie lachten ihn aus.

All the better.

Um so besser.

One gets used to everything.

Man gewöhnt sich an alles.

I have no money with me.

Ich habe kein Geld dabei.%%%Ich habe kein Geld bei mir.

Give me another book!

Geben Sie mir ein anderes Buch!

I like it.

Ich habe es gern.

We see each other later.

Wir treffen uns später.

I look at the house.

Ich schaue mir das Haus an.

We made his acquaintance.

Wir lernten ihn kennen.

That depends.

Es kommt darauf an.

I look forward to the visit.

Ich freue mich auf den Besuch.

I did him a favour.

Ich habe ihm einen Gefallen getan.

He thinks of her.

Er denkt an sie.

He has not come yet.

Er ist noch nicht da.

It smells like hay.

Es riecht nach Heu.

He fell in love with the girl.

Er verliebte sich in das Mädchen.

I work at Desma.

Ich arbeite bei Desma.

She walked up and down.

Sie ging auf und ab.

Are you flying or driving?

Fliegen Sie oder fahren Sie?

She puts on the hat.

Sie setzt den Hut auf.

It is I.

Ich bin es.

He behaves badly.

Er benimmt sich schlecht.

It is my turn.

Ich bin an der Reihe.

What time is he coming?

Wann kommt er?

Give me another book!

Geben Sie mir noch ein Buch!

He became engaged to the girl.

Er verlobte sich mit dem Mädchen.

See you later.

Wir sehen uns.

Have a good time!

Amüsier dich!

I prefer to read.

Ich lese lieber.

She puts on her gloves.

Sie zieht ihre Handschuhe an.

He has neither the one nor the other.

Er hat weder das eine noch das andere.

Farewell!

Leben Sie wohl!

Do you remember the child?

Erinnern Sie sich an das Kind?

Pay attention!

Passen Sie auf!%%%Pass auf!

He is knocking at the door.

Er klopft an die Tür.

Goodbye!

Auf Wiedersehen!

I have caught a cold.

Ich habe mich erkältet.

He is coming, doesn't he?

Er kommt, nicht wahr?

He sent for me.

Er liess mich holen.

It is getting hotter and hotter.

Es wird immer heisser.

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24. Ich bin es.

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26. Ich habe es gern.

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27. Sie lachten ihn aus.

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28. Er ist stolz auf seinen Sohn.

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29. Meine Uhr geht vor.

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30. Ich lese gern.

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21. It gives me pleasure.

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26. Learn it by heart!

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28. Pay attention!

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Birds of feather flock together.

Gleich und gleich gesellt sich gern.

Once bitten, twice shy.

Gebranntes Kind scheut das Feuer.

An apple a day keeps the doctor away.

Wenn man gesund isst, bleibt man gesund.

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10. It smells like hay.

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9. It is not worth it.

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10. I look at the house.

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9. I did him a favour.

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10. What will become of him?

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5. I am sorry.

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10. All the better.

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1. We made his acquaintance.

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8. What is today's date?

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9. My watch is fast.

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10. Give me another book!

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1. You either pay or leave.

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9. Have a good time!

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10. What's new?

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1. I was just about to leave.

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9. He climbed the mountain.

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7. Do you remember the child?

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8. Goodbye!

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1. How are you?

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4. Bye!

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