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Learning German Language

How to Intoduce Yourself in GERMAN

Hello = Hallo (”a” as in “craft”)
Good day/afternoon = Guten Tag (”a” as in “craft”)
Good evening = Guten Abend (”….”)

How are you? = Wie geht es dir? (”ie” as in “ee”; “eh” as the e in “get”)
I am fine = Mir geht es gut.
Thank you = Danke
Please = Bitte

What’s your name? = Wie heisst du? (”ei” spoken as the i in “wine”)
My name is…. = Ich heisse …./Mein Name ist…
How old are you? = Wie alt bist du?
I am years old = Ich bin…. alt
What hobbies do you have? = Was sind deine Hobbies?

See you later = Bis bald
Good night = gute Nacht (”ch”spoken as in the scot.”ch”in “loch”)
Good bye = Auf Wiedersehen
bye = Tschuess (ue spoken like the “oo”in “soon”)

It was a pleasure to meet you. = Es war mir eine Freude dich kennen zu lernen. (”eu” spoken as the “oy” in boy)
Nice to meet you = Nett,dich kennen zu lernen)

Colours - Farben

Red == rot

Blue == Blau [au - as in ough in "plough"]

Grey == Grau

Dark == dunkel

Gold == Gold

Black == Schwarz [sch-as sh in "ship"]

White == Weiss

Green == Gruen [u -as the u in "june"]

Light == hell

Silver == Silber

Yellow == Gelb

Purple == lila [i -as ee in "bee"]

Orange == Orange

Copper == Kupfer [pf- similar to f]

Vermilion == Zinnober

Counting in German

Numbers = Zahlen


To say a number in the teens, you put Zehn at the end of the number. Example “Thirteen” three+ten=thirteen Drei+Zehn= “Dreizehn”

Everyother number after that up to 100 you simple put “zig” at the end

One Hundred- Einhundert

To make a two digit number above twenty, example: “24″ the “4″ comes before the twenty part. In English written out the word “24″ would be twentyfour, but in German the word is, “Vierundzwanzig”. The “4″ is placed infrount of the twenty part. Translated “Vierundzwanzig” would be “four and twenty”.

This rule is for every german number, 76 would be Sechsundsiebzig, 55 would become Fünfundfünfzig, 49 would become Neunundvierzig.


Also, in German, instead of writing there numbers above a thousand like this: 1,000 German’s write their numbers like this: 1.000


The Universal Seven-Part Circuit of Data Communications System

Seven-Part Circuit of Data Communications System

- A universally accepted standard designed to send data from a source to a remote destination.

The Universal Seven-Part Circuit of Data Communications System

  1. The Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) at point A.
  2. The interface between the DTE and the Data Circuit-Terminating Equipment (DCE or often called Data Communications Equipment) at point A.
  3. The DCE at point A.
  4. The transmission channel between points A and B.
  5. The DCE at point B.
  6. The DCE - DTE interface at point B.
  7. The DTE at point B.

Numbers in Japanese

Numbers in Japanese

1 ichi  21 nijuuichi 100 hyaku
2 ni  22 nijuuni 150 hyakugojuu
3 san  23 nijuusan 200 nihyaku
4 yon/shi 30 sanjuu 300 sanbyaku
5 go 31 sanjuuichi 1000 sen
6 roku 32 sanjuuni 1500 sengohyaku
7 nana/shichi 40 yonjuu 2000 nisen
8 hachi 41 yonjuuichi 10,000 ichiman
9 kyuu/ku 42 yonjuuni 100,000 juuman
10 juu 50 gojuu 1,000,000 hyakuman
11 juuichi 51 gojuuichi 10,000,000 senman
12 juuni 52 gojuuni


13 juusan 60 rokujuu

14 juushi 61 rokujuuichi

15 juugo 70 nanajuu

16 juuroku 71 nanajuuichi

17 juushichi 80 hachijuu

18 juuhachi 81 hachijuuichi

19 juuku 90 kyuujuu

20 nijuu 91 kyuujuuichi