What does Fabelhaft meaning?
adjective. fabulous [adjective] wonderful. a fabulous idea.
What is the meaning of einfach in English?
Einfach Adjective. Einfach, Simple, the ~ Noun. ‐ An option button in the Set Personal Options dialog box that enables users to hide the details in Advanced Find, rather than showing all the criteria of a search.
What is the meaning of Wie geht’s?
how goes it?
Definition of wie geht’s? : how goes it? : how is it going? — used as a greeting.
What does Anwesenheit meaning in English?
presence presence attendance. presence (bei at) Anwesenheit.
How do you use einfach in German?
It can be compared to the english “simply”, or “just”. “Du bist einfach so schnell!” = “You are just so fast!”
What is the opposite of einfach?
Antonyms. (easy): schwierig, schwer, kompliziert, komplex. (single, one-way): wiederholt, mehrfach.
What is V Gates in German?
How goes it? Pronounced ve gates. In my German lessons, I was taught the phrase wir geht es dir? Which means, how are you? Geht’s is a shortened form of geht es, which directly translates to how goes it?
How do you use einfach?
a) Intensification, as in the example you quote. b) Dissatisfaction, as in: “er hat mich einfach ignoriert” (‘he einfach ignored me’). c) Awareness that something/someone cannot be changed: “er ist einfach dumm” (‘he ist einfach stupid’). This function can sometimes overlap with a) though.
What is the opposite of Klein in German?
The word Klein is a German surname meaning small. There are no categorical antonyms for this word.
How do you ask time in German?
Typical ways to ask for the time are as follows: Wie viel Uhr ist es? (literally: how much o’clock is it?) Wie spät ist es? (literally: how late is it?) Kannst Du /Können Sie mir sagen wie spät es ist? (Can you tell me what time it is?)
Can I say Ich bin gut?
“Gut” OR “Mir geht es gut.” / “Es geht mir gut.” And here many people hit the hay of assuming that English grammar can be adapted to German grammar. So they tend to say: “Ich bin gut.” (literal translation from “I am doing good”) in German small talk. But using Nominative here is wrong.