Taking public transport in a foreign country can be a harrowing experience. Make sure you are prepared for your German experience by taking the time to understand these simple words and phrases. This way you will be as prepared as you can be for your German adventure!
You'll be a master of public transport in German after this lesson! Here are some of the most basic German words to get you started. Further on in this lesson we will look at the pronunciation of these and more German words.
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Ich muss zum Hotel.
I need to go to the hotel.
Wieviel kostet eine Tagesfahrkarte?
How much does a day ticket cost?
Wann fährt der nächste Zug nach…?
When does the next train to… leave?
Wann kommen wir an?
When do we arrive?
Welcher Bus fährt ins Zentrum?
Which bus goes to the city centre?
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