Lesson 7: Learn Common Drinks

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Want to learn German or want to learn something quickly you can definitely use in Germany? Learn these drinks!

You’ll no doubt get thirsty when you’re in Germany so knowing how to say common drinks is very handy whether you’re in a grocery store or supermarket.

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They are also quite easy to learn with some similarities to English. At least try to learn your favorite drinks so you can easily order them.

Watch the video below to learn common drinks in German. Below the video, you’ll find a list of the vocabulary used so you can write it down and practise.

You can do this!

Vocabulary taught in this lesson:

  • Das Wasser – water
  • Das Sprudelwasser – sparking water
  • Der Kaffee – coffee
  • Der Tee – tea
  • Die Milch – milk
  • Der Fruchtsaft – fruit juice
  • Der Apfelsaft – apple juice
  • Der Orangensaft – orange juice
  • Das Bier – beer
  • Der Wein – wine
  • Der Weißwein – white wine
  • Der Rotwein – red wine
  • Der Glühwein – mulled wine
  • Der Sekt – sparking wine
  • Der Whisky – whisky
  • Der Cocktail – cocktail

Not all words in the video are shown above. I listed the most common drinks that you should focus on learning depending on your tastes and preferences.

I have also listed the article for each drink. If you need a refresher on German articles, go to this lesson.

Time to practise until you can say these words without thinking 🙂

Want to learn more German? Find the previous lesson here (on common foods) and the next lesson here. You can also find all our lessons here.

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