Guten Morgen

Guten Morgen liebe Leser

Sie ist meine Freund – Zeina von Syria

Guten Morgen, Wie Gehts es dir Zeina?

Danke Gut, und Ihnen?

Danke Gut.


Wie ist Schule?

Ich lerne Deutsch im Schule

Ist es schwer?

Ja, so ist es


Es braucht Zeit

Ich versuche mein Bestes

ich kann ihnen helfen

Vielen Dank!






Schule Bei Haus

My name is Zena

Mein Name ist Zena

I come from Syria

Ich Komme aus Syria

I am fine, thank you. and you?

Gut, Danke, Und Sie?


They shared their house

Sie teilen ihr Haus

Very kind family

Sehr liebe Familie

My school is near our house

Mein Schule ist bei unser Haus


Dear Book welcome me

Liebe Buch heisse mich wilkommen

I feel good seeing you

Ich gefuhl gut dich sehen

Be with me, please

Sei mit mir, bitte.

Lernen Deutsch by Stories – 1

We picked up few Deutsch words (worter). Lets (Lasst) make (machen) a story today (heute).

Die Worte, the words are:

Fragen (questions), Wie (what), Heissen (Name), Sie (you), Wie gehts (how are you),

Wo (where), Kommen (come from), wohne (live in), Ich (I), ist (is), lerne (learning)


My name is Zena. I come from Syria.

I live in Frankfurt.

You ask me “How are you?”

I am learning “Thank you. I am good. and you?”

What is your name? asks Zena


Mein Name ist Zena. Ich komme aus Syria.

Ich wohne in Frankfurt.

Sie fragen mich. “Wie geht es dir?”

Ich lerne  “Danke. Gut. Und Sie?”

Wie heissen sie? Fragt Zena.


Can you try to write your story. Be wild. don’t worry about rules. just use the words any way you want. Go ahead, try it (Versuchen)…

If you want help (hilf) just benutzen (use) google translate.


5 Common Questions in German

Learning German pushed me to think about structures that help in learning any subject.

Words and vocab are obviously excellent store of knowledge and information. Working with simple common sentences offered for me more efficient form of picking up a foreign language. To write simple short stories in foreign language would possibly be the ideal form of gaining fluency and that is still a bit far away, hopefully not too far.

Let me invite you to join me on this wonderful journey of learning languages. My friend from Iran told me his inspiring story. He was born in Iran where he learned his native, and one of the most poetic languages in the world, Persian. He went to school in France where he could enrich himself with another poetic language – French. he completed his University in Germany, making Deutsch his professional language. He now works out of Italy, enjoying the wonders of this romantic language. Obviously he knows English fluently. No doubt, I too am inspired to at least learn one new language every year. Is that possible? I think so. According to my friend you only need to know about 20 to 30 commonly used sentences plus a vocab of roughly 80 to 100 words to get going. Most importantly, you need to be “talking” to someone in that language to get fluent and good at it.

So, lets start (lasst strat). Below are 5 common Fragen (questions) auf Deutsch (in German):

  1. What’s your name? Wie Heissen Sie? Mein Name ist ______. My name is ________.
  2. How are you? Wie geht es dir? Danke Gut. Undi Sie? Thanks. Good. And You?
  3. Where are you from? Wo Kommen Sie? Ich Komme aus _______. I come from _____.
  4. Where do you live? Wo wohnen Sie? Ich wohne in _______. I live in ______.
  5. Do you speak German? Sprichst du Deutsch? Ich lerne. I’m learning.

Learning a language is easy. Sprache lernen ist einfach.

Help me learn Deutsch. Hilf mir zu lernen Deutsch.

You will also learn Deutsch. Sie werden auch lernen Deutsch.

Thank you. Danke!

Good Bye. Auf Widersehen.