Signs in German
Learn how to recognize these all-important signs in German to avoid embarrassment and frustration! Ever walked into the wrong restroom in another country? Had your car towed from a no-parking spot? Been fined for lighting up in a non-smoking area?
Don’t worry, it’s probably happened to all of us at some time or other, but let’s make sure it doesn’t happen in Germany! These words and phrases are also useful to know in case you need to ask if something is open or closed, or explain that something is out of order.
Let's check out this lesson on signs in German!
How to pronounce signs in German
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For more lessons on German vocabulary I recommend these!
- Learn the words and phrases used around the airport in German.
- Need to book a hotel in German? This is the vocab lesson for you.
- Imagine you’re traveling in Germany and you need to ask for directions in German.
Paul Weber Rocket German