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Test your German Knowledge Quiz Posted by on Mar 27, 2018 in Grammar

Time for another quiz! This time I will be asking questions from my last three posts – grammar rules, going to a spa in Germany and Christmas markets. If you want to brush up on your knowledge before the quiz then you can read the posts here, here and here. Let me know how you did in the comments below, good luck!

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Translate these words from German to English:

der Glühwein

Answer

the mulled wine

das Pfand

Answer

the deposit

das Dampfbad

Answer

the steam room

die Luftfeuchtigkeit

Answer

the humidity

der Aufguss

Answer

the infusion

das Tauchbecken

Answer

the plunge pool

Translate these words from English to German:

forbidden

Answer

verboten

the woman sauna

Answer

die Damensauna

the hose

Answer

der Schlauch

the shower

Answer

die Dusche

the spa weekend

Answer

das Wellnesswochenende

What article do you use when a noun is plural (in the nominative form)?

Answer

die

Write the plural of the following words:

der Tisch

Answer

die Tische

das Papier

Answer

die Papiere

die Wand

Answer

die Wände

der Kuchen

Answer

die Kuchen

der Teilnehmer

Answer

die Teilnehmer

True of False?

You enter a sauna not wearing clothes/swimsuits in Germany

Answer

True. You should only have your towel to sit on in the sauna

Nouns do not have capital letters

Answer

False. All nouns have capital letters

If you are using “weil”, the verb goes at the end of the sentence

Answer

True

If you are using “dass”, the verb does not go at the the end of the sentence

Answer

False. Using “dass” also sends the verb to the end of the sentence

If “ie” is in a word, you would pronounce it “ee”

Answer

True

 

How did you do? Thanks for taking part and I hope it refreshed your memory  from the previous few posts!

Tschüss,
Larissa

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About the Author: Larissa

Hello I'm Larissa. I live in Germany and I am half German and half English. I love sharing my passion for Germany with you through my posts! Apart from writing posts I teach fitness classes in Munich.


Comments:

  1. Carlos R. Barron:

    It is always good to read what we learned I like when you mentioned if the if the vowel ie is in a word it is pronounced like ee