Weekly German Words with Alisa – Tourism

By | January 1, 2020

Hello, welcome to German weekly words. My name is Alisa and today’s topic is tourism. The first word is [Karte] ticket. It is feminine and it is [die Karte] is also used as map. [Bevor ich die Bahn nehme muss ich eine Karte kaufen.] – “Before I take the train, I have to get a ticket”. In the Germany, it’s
actually no body controls if you are getting a ticket. You just can get on a train without a ticket and it’s actually kind of a little problem and sometimes people are – the train employees would come and control but not always. So don’t get caught. So always buy a ticket and support that. [Wasserfall] – “waterfall”, very similar
word. [Ich finde, der Wasserfall ist einer der schönsten Naturereignisse.] – “waterfall is just one of the prettiest things that nature kind of has to offer”. Its soothing experience. [bereisen] – “tour”. [Ich bereise gerne
Deutschland.] – “I like to tour Germany”, I actually have been to a lot of cities and
I always enjoy those city trips just for two or three days with friends. [Fremdenführer] – “tour guide”. This
is a masculine word but there is also of course a feminine word [Fremdenführerin]. [Fremd] means actually “foreign” and [führer] is “guide”, guide for foreign people.
[Viele Museen haben einen Fremdenführer oder Fremdenführerin.] – “A lot of museums have tour guide”. I did say feminine and masculine because in Germany, the equality is very important. [Reiseplan] – “itinerary” and [Reise]
is before it means “holiday vacation” and [plan] means “plan”. Yeah [Ich gehe
nicht gerne nach dem Reiseplan sondern bin eher spontan.] -” I don’t like to follow
my itinerary but be more spontaneous”. I like to book flights and just go ahead and
don’t book a hotel and just see okay, what’s free and explore. Thank you for watching the German weekly words and today’s topic was tourism. If you have cool tip on a location
or even a German city where you know okay, this hotel is great or this is something that doesn’t say in a guide book or anywhere, leave it in the comments and I hope to see you soon, bye.

12 thoughts on “Weekly German Words with Alisa – Tourism

  1. steezmunky Post author

    dont cut out the intros! we wanna see what happens!

  2. Waldecy Rodrigues Post author

    Dankeschön. Ich lerne deutsch

  3. Jordan tateno Post author

    You always have the same shirt on lol. I can't be the only one who's noticed haha

  4. Omar Kempkes Post author

    Vor langer Zeit ich habe Rottenburg besuchen und es war unglaubliche schön, aber alle Geschäfte waren geschlossen weil es Sontag war.


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