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Les soins médicaux (ley-swanh-may-dee-koh): Human relations – Part 5

Greetings, Today we are talking about medical care as human relations. In this part 5, we will list some names of things in medical care as part of human relations.

Essen (Eh-sn): Human relations – Part 4.

Greetings, Today we are continuing on the series “Human Relations” part 4. Humans also have relation to food. Some people like this, while other like that, but we all are related in the fact that we share a common habit: Eating. Eating in German is “Essen” as a verb. For example, you can say “Ich…

La nourriture (Lah-Nu-ree-tewr) – Human Relations 4

Hello or “Bonjour” to everyone. Today we will be working on the 4th part of the series “human relations”. What do humans relate to? The 4th part will talk about “Food”. We will say some words in french, so you can compose yourselves your breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Bezeihungen: Die Arbeitsplätze – Relations Part 3.

Greetings, Today we are learning another human relation. We are going to talk about workplace. Workplace is said in German as followed: Die Arbeitsplätze (dee-ahr-bah-eet-sch-plaetseh). The word “Arbeit” is “work” which has the verb “arbeiten”. So for example, you can say: “Sie arbeiten” meaning “they work”.

Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns

Remember how funny it was to hear Yoda speak in the Star Wars films? That’s because word order matters in sentences. Unfortunately, translating thoughts from one language to another isn’t always smooth sailing and you might sounds like Yoda if you don’t know the rules. Here are some tips on formulating Spanish sentences so that…

Common Sentence Enders (Desu, Yo, Ne, Ka)

Sentences in the Japanese language tend to follow patterns.

Avoir: To have

Learning how to conjugate the verbs avoir and etre are key to learning french. Here is how it goes: Avoir: I have- J’Ai You have- Tu As He/She/It has- Il/Elle/On A We have- Nous Avons You have (pl.)- Vous Avez They have- Ils Ont/Elles Ont (Use the masculine plural if there is a group of…

Les lieux de travail (ley lee-oeh-doeh-trah-vah-yyy) – Human relations: Part 3

Greetings, in the continuation of our series of human relations, let talk today about workplaces. There are many ways to say workplaces in French, but if you just say “Les lieux de travail” (Ley-lee-oeh-doeh-trah-vah-yyy) or “Domaine des fonctions” (Doh-maen-deh-fonk-seeonh), everyone will know what you are talking about. Please note that the phrase “Domaine des fonctions”…

Die Familie (D-fah-mee-lee-eh) – Human relations: Part 2.

Today we are learning how to say words that are related to a family in German. “The Family” in German is “Die Familie” (dee-fah-mee-lee-eh) with family being a feminine word. You can realize that by the “unbestimmte artikel” (Die). Do you remember?

La Famille (Lah Fah-mee-yy) – Human relations: Part 2

Greetings. Today we are continuing our series of human relations. We are going to talk about family. Family in French is “La Famille/Une Famille” (Fah-mee-yy), feminine word. So let’s see what family is composed of:

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