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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 1 decade ago

What are the most common words in the german dictionary?

and words that are commonly used in germany ??

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  • 1 decade ago
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    1. der / die / das (def. art.) the; (dem. pron.) that, those; (rel. pron) who, that

    2. und (conj.) and

    3. sein (verb) to be; (aux./perfect tense)

    4. in (prep.) in [variation: im in the]

    5. ein (indef. art.) a, an; (pron.) one (of)

    6. zu (prep.) to, at; (adv.) too

    7. haben (verb) to have; (aux./perfect tense)

    8. ich (pers. pron.) I

    9. werden (verb) to become; (aux./future tense); ; (aux./passive voice)

    10. sie (pron.) she, her; they, them; Sie (pron.) you (formal)

    11. von (prep.) from, of

    12. nicht (adv.) not

    13. mit (prep.) with

    14. es (pron.) it

    15. sich (refl. pron.) -self

    16. auch (adv.) also, too

    17. auf (prep.) on, at, in

    18. für (prep.) for

    19. an (prep.) at, on [variation: am at/on the]

    20. er (pron.) he

    21. so (adv.) so; thus, this way, such

    22. dass (conj.) that

    23. können (verb) can, to be able

    24. dies (pron.) this, that

    25. als (conj.) as, when; (adv.) than

    26. ihr (pron.) you, her; (poss. adj.) her, their, hers, theirs; Ihr (poss. adj.) your (formal)

    27. ja (adv.) yes; certainly, really

    28. wie (adv.) how; as

    29. bei (prep.) by, with, at

    30. oder (conj.) or

    31. wir (pron.) we

    32. aber (conj.) but; (adv./flavoring particle)

    33. dann (adv.) then

    34. man (pron.) one, you

    35. da (adv.) there; (conj.) because

    36. sein (poss. adj.) his, its

    37. noch (adv.) still, yet

    38. nach (prep.) after, toward

    39. was (pron.) what

    40. also (adv.) so, therefore

    41. aus (prep.) out, out of, from

    42. all (pron.) all

    43. wenn (conj.) if, when

    44. nur (adv.) only

    45. müssen (verb) to have to, must

    46. sagen (verb) to say

    47. um (prep.) around, at [variation: um ... zu in order to]

    48. über (prep.) above, over, about

    49. machen (verb) to do, make

    50. kein (pron.) no, not a/an

    51. Jahr das, -e (noun) year

    52. du (pron.) you

    53. mein (poss. adj.) my

    54. schon (adv.) already; (adv./flavoring particle)

    55. vor (prep.) in front of, before, ago

    56. durch (prep.) through

    57. geben (verb) to give

    58. mehr (adv.) more

    59. andere, anderer, anderes (adj./pron.) other

    60. viel (adj./pron.) much, a lot, many

    61. kommen (verb) to come

    62. jetzt (adv.) now

    63. sollen (verb) should, ought to

    64. mir (pron.) me

    65. wollen (verb) to want

    66. ganz (adj.) whole, all the; (adv.) quite

    67. mich (pron.) me

    68. immer (adv.) always

    69. gehen (verb) to go

    70. sehr (adv.) very

    71. hier (adv) here

    72. doch (adv.) however, still; (adv./flavoring particle)

    73. bis (prep./conj.) until

    74. groß (adj.) big, large, great

    75. wieder (adv.) again

    76. Mal das, -e (noun) time; mal (conj.) times [math]; (adv.) time(s); once; just

    77. zwei (num.) two

    78. gut (adj.) good

    79. wissen (verb) to know

    80. neu (adj.) new

    81. sehen (verb) to see

    82. lassen (verb) to let, allow, have (something) done

    83. uns (pron.) us

    84. weil (conj.) because

    85. unter (prep.) under

    86. denn (conj.) because; (adv./flavoring particle)

    87. stehen (verb) to stand

    88. jede, jeder, jedes (art./pron.) every, each

    89. Beispiel, das, -e (noun) example

    90. Zeit, die (noun) time

    91. erste, erster, erstes (adj.) first

    92. ihm (pron.) him, it

    93. ihn (pron.) him

    94. wo (adv.) where

    95. lang (adj.) long; lange (adv.) for a long time

    96. eigentlich (adv.) actually; (adj.) actual, real

    97. damit (adv.) with it; (conj.) so that

    98. selbst, selber (pron.) -self; (adv.) even

    99. unser (poss. adj.) our

    100. oben (adv.) above, up there

  • 1 decade ago

    Gosh! There are way too many to write here, really! Even with the most common words, we would end up with a list of two or three pages. But to answer your question, that's easy: the most common words will ALWAYS be in even the smallest dictionaries. Words like all the articles ("der", "die", "das"), polite words: ("Hallo", "Tschüß!", "Danke!", "Bitte!"...), the family members ("Mutter", "Vater", "Bruder", "Schwester"...), auxiliary verbs and action verbs ("sein", "haben", müssen", "können", "essen", "trinken", "schlafen", "gehen", "spielen"...), common places ("Schule", "Park", "Arbeit"...), prepositions ("auf", "mit", "wegen", "von"...) etc... These are all very common German words, but this list isn't exhaustive.

    Source(s): Bachelor's degree in German and 20 years of experience in German
  • paul v
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Jawohl bitte schweinhund

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    a million) "Der Bankkaufmann" potential "Banker" in English. 2) "Bankkaufmann von Beruf" potential "Banker by applying/of occupation". 3) "Aber in zwei Wochen zieht er um" potential "yet in 2 weeks he strikes" in English. Out of context "zieht" potential "pulls". "Zieht" is likewise the third guy or woman singular that's he/she/one in latest stressful. The infinitive is "ziehen" that's to pull or for this reason circulate dwelling house/place of dwelling. 4) "Dann hat er selbst eine Wohnung" potential "Then he has an place of dwelling" in English. "Selbst" has countless meanings. It particularly refers to "even" or "on my own" yet can be a pronoun, which incorporate "myself", "your self", "himself", "ourselves", etc. (So, "self"). actually, the full paragraph potential: "that's Michael (22), he's a banker by applying occupation. Now he lives along with his mothers and fathers. yet in 2 weeks he will circulate around. Then he will have an place of dwelling." 5) "Die Wohnung hat einen Hobbyraum?" potential "The place of dwelling has a activity room?" 6) A "Hobbyraum" or "activity room" is used for leisures and interests. 7) "Gästezimmer" potential "customer room" or "spare room", so in case you have a customer they'd use this room.

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