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Vocabulary List
General and Topic Areas 1 to 5
GCSE German
OCR GCSE in German:
J731
OCR GCSE (Short Course) in German Spoken Language:
J031
OCR GCSE (Short Course) in German Written Language:
J131
This Vocabulary List is designed to accompany the OCR GCSE German Specification for teaching
from September 2009
© OCR 2010
Contents
Contents
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German GCSE Vocabulary List
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German Vocabulary List General
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Topic Area 1 Home and local area
14
Life in the home; friends and relationships
14
Local area, facilities and getting around
21
Topic Area 2 Health and sport
28
Sport, outdoor pursuits and healthy lifestyle
28
Food and drink as aspects of culture and health
31
Topic Area 3 Leisure and entertainment (includes online)
36
Socialising, special occasions and festivals
36
TV, films and music
38
Topic Area 4 Travel and the wider world
42
Holidays and exchanges
42
Environmental, cultural and social issues
44
Topic Area 5 Education and work
48
School life in the UK and in the target language country or community
48
Work experience, future study and jobs, working abroad
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GCSE German General Vocabulary List
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German Vocabulary List General
German GCSE Vocabulary List
This vocabulary list will be a valuable guide for teachers when planning their teaching and learning
programmes and preparing candidates for the assessment. Please note that this list should not be
seen as a self-study aid, as only brief meanings have been given and candidates may need help
from their teacher/tutor to interpret some items correctly.
Foundation Tier: Assessment tasks for Foundation Tier Listening and Reading will be based on
material in this vocabulary list. The assessments will contain some unfamiliar vocabulary but this
will not be tested.
Higher Tier: Assessment tasks for Higher Tier Listening and Reading will be based on material in
both the Foundation and Higher Tier lists. Assessments will contain some unfamiliar vocabulary,
and some of this will be tested, since the national subject criteria require candidates to use a range
of techniques to deduce meaning.
Speaking and Writing
In Controlled Assessment tasks, candidates may use vocabulary from the Foundation and Higher
tier lists but can also use vocabulary that specifically suits the tasks they choose to do and their
own personal interests.
Prior knowledge
It is expected that candidates will be already familiar with the following:

Numbers – (ordinal and cardinal)

Days of the week, months of the year and seasons

Towns, countries and nationalities

Feminine and plural forms of the words listed

Prefixes and suffixes of words already listed

Target-language words used in English

English words used in the target language.

Grammatical items and structures figuring in Appendix B in the Specification (e.g.
conjunctions, prepositions, both simple and compound, reflexives, common adverbs and
adverbial phrases, etc.)

Straightforward and common cognates
Please note that some easily recognisable cognates may not be present in this list; however,
others have been presented as a help to teachers and candidates. Cognates included in this list
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are those that are written similarly to their English counterparts, but pronounced in a markedly
different way.
At Higher tier, candidates should know how to interpret suffixes as linguistic markers showing
relationships between different parts of speech and have an awareness of the function of prefixes
to modify the meaning of the root: e.g.
réserver
réservation
übernachten
Übernachtung
producir
reducir
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place réservée
introducir
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Foundation
ab
ab und zu
Abend (abends)
als/ wenn
bald (bis bald)
bevor
damals
dann
endlich / zuletzt
erst (um)
früh (früher)
gestern
gewöhnlich
heute
immer (noch)
manchmal
Mittag (mittags)
Mitte (mitten in)
Mitternacht
Monat (monatlich)
morgen
Morgen (morgens)
nachdem
nachher
Nachmittag (nachmittags)
nächst
neulich
nicht mehr
nie
noch
noch nicht
plötzlich
schon
sobald
sofort
täglich
übermorgen
vorgestern
vorher
Vormittag (vormittags)
zuerst
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from (e.g. time)
now and again
(in the) evening
when (conj)
soon (see you…soon!)
before
then (= at that time)
then (= at that time)
finally / at last
not until
early (previously)
yesterday
usually
today
always (still)
sometime(s)
midday (at midday)
middle (in the middle of)
midnight
month(ly)
tomorrow
(in the) morning
after
afterwards
(in the) afternoon
following/next (e.g.day/week)
recently
no longer
never
still (=even now)
not yet
suddenly
already
as soon as
immediately
daily
day after tomorrow
day before yesterday
beforehand/ previously
morning (in the morning)
at first
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German Vocabulary List General
aber
alle
allein
also / so
andere
anderthalb
anfangen
Antwort
antworten
Art
auch
Auf Wiedersehen
Augenblick
ausgezeichnet
außer
but / however
all / everyone
alone
therefore / so
other
one and a half
to begin/ start
answer
to answer
sort / kind
also
good-bye!
moment
excellent
except for
befriedigend
beginnen
begrüßen
behalten
behandeln
Behandlung
beide
Beispiel
bekommen
beliebt
bemerken
benutzen
bequem
besitzen
besonders
besser
besprechen
bestimmt
bestrafen
besuchen
bieten / anbieten
billig
bisschen (ein)
bitte
brauchen
brechen
breit
bringen
satisfactory
to begin/start
to greet
to keep
to treat
treatment
both
example
to receive
popular
to notice
to use
comfortable
to own
particular(ly)
better
to discuss
definitely
to punish
to visit
to offer
cheap
a little
please
to need
to break
wide
to bring
d.h.
danke(n)
dass
Datum
dauern
denken
dies
Ding
doch
drücken
dürfen
Dutzend
i.e.
thank you (to thank)
that
date
to last
to think
this
thing
yes (contradicting)
to press / push
to be allowed to / “may”
a dozen
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eben
ebenso
egal (das ist mir egal)
ehemalig
eigen
eilen (sich beeilen)
einander
einige
einmal (noch einmal)
einverstanden
Ende
eng
entfernt
entschuldigen Sie! (sich entschuldigen)
Entschuldigung!
entweder … oder
erinnern (sich)
erkennen
erzählen (Erzählung)
es gibt
es macht nichts
etwa / ungefähr
etwas (irgend etwas)
just
just as
(I don’t care!)
former / previous
own
to hurry (up)
one another/ each other
some / a few
once (more)
agreed
end / finish
narrow / tight
away / distant
excuse me! (to apologise)
sorry!
either … or
to remind (remember)
to recognise
to tell / recount (story)
there is / are
it doesn't matter
about / roughly / approximately
something (or other)
fallen (lassen)
falsch
fast
fehlen
Fehler
fertig
finden
folgen
Frage (eine Frage stellen)
fragen
to fall (to drop)
wrong
almost
to be missing
mistake
ready / finished
to find
to follow
question (to ask a question)
to ask
gar nicht
geben (es gibt)
genau
genug
gern
geschlossen
getrennt
glauben
gleich (der/das/die gleiche)
glücklich (Glück)
Gott
gratulieren
Grund
Gruss
günstig
gut
guten Tag
not at all
to give (there is)
exactly
enough
glad(ly)
closed
separate(ly)
to think / believe
immediately (the same)
happy (good luck)
God
to congratulate
ground / reason
greeting
favourable
good
hello
haben
halb
Hälfte
halten
hier
to have
half
a half
to hold / to stop (moving)
here
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hochachtungsvoll
hoffen
yours faithfully
to hope
Idee
in Ordnung / klar!
inbegriffen
irgendwo
idea
O.K.!
included
somewhere (or other)
ja
je / das Stück
jeder
jemand
jener
jetzt
yes
each (=per item)
each / every / everybody
someone/ somebody
that
now
kaputt
kein
klar
können
kriegen
broken
no (= not any)
clear
to be able to/ "can"
to get
lang
lange
langsam
lassen
leider
leid tun (es tut mir leid)
leihen (sich)
letzt
long
long (e.g. a long time)
slow
to let / leave (s.th)
unfortunately
to feel sorry for (I’m sorry)
to lend (to borrow)
last (adj)
machen
mal e.g. zweimal
mäßig
mehr
mehrere
Meinung
mit freundlichen Grüßen
mögen
möglich
müssen
to do / make
times e.g. twice
moderate
more
several
opinion
yours sincerely
to like (to)
possible
to have to / "must"
natürlich
nehmen
nein
neu
nicht
nichts
niemand
Nummer
nur
of course
to take
no
new
not
nothing
no-one / nobody
number
only
oder
offen
öffnen
oft
ohne
or
open
to open
often
without
Paar (ein)
paar (ein)
a pair / couple
a few
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prima!
pro
Prost!
Prozent
great! / cool!
per
Cheers!
per cent
Qualität
Quatsch
quality
nonsense
rufen
ruhig (Ruhe)
rund
to call / shout
quiet (rest / quiet)
round (=shape)
sagen
Schade!
schlecht
schließen (abschließen)
schließlich
schlimm
schrecklich
schreien
sehr
sein
seitdem
Sekunde
selbe (der/das/dieselbe)
sicher
sogar
sollen ("sollte")
sonst
sowohl ... als auch
to say / tell
a pity!
bad
to close (lock)
finally
bad
terrible
to shout/ scream
very
to be
since
second
same
certain(ly) / sure(ly)
even
(ought to / should)
otherwise
both ... and
toll!
Tschüs(s) !
tun
great! cool!
cheerio!/ bye!/ see you!
to do
überall
Uhr
um ... zu
und
unmöglich
everywhere
clock / watch / o'clock
to (=in order to)
and
impossible
verschieden
Verzeihung!
viel
vielleicht
Viertel
voll
different/ various
Sorry!
a lot / much / many
perhaps
a quarter
full
wahr (nicht wahr?)
wechseln
weil
Weise (auf diese Weise)
wenig(er)
wenigstens
wenn
werden
wichtig
wie
Wie bitte?
true (isn't it?)
to change
because
way (in this way)
little (less)
at least
when / if
to become / get
important
as / like
pardon?
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Wie geht's?
wieder
wiederholen
willkommen
wirklich
wollen
wunderbar
Wunsch
wünschen
how are you?
again
to repeat
welcome
really
to want to
wonderful
wish
to wish
Zahl
ziehen
Ziel
ziemlich
zu
zufrieden
zumachen
zusammen
figure / number
to pull
aim
quite / fairly
too (e.g. too old) / closed
contented
to close
together
Higher
Absicht
Achtung
ähnlich
ahnen
Ahnung
außer(dem)
äußerst
bedeuten
damit
enttäuschen
enttäuscht
erklären
erlauben
es kommt darauf an
fließend
Folge
gehören
genügen
geschehen
häufig
heutzutage
höchstens
im voraus
insgesamt
irren (sich)
kaum
ob
obgleich / obwohl
sobald
statt
umsonst
völlig
vor allem
vor kurzem
Vorsicht (vorsichtig)
wagen
während
weder … noch
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intention
attention
similar
to suspect
idea
except (besides)
extremely
to mean
so that
to disappoint
disappointed
to explain
to allow / permit
to depend (it depends)
fluently
consequence
to belong to
to suffice
to happen
frequently
nowadays
at most
in advance
altogether
to be wrong
hardly / scarcely
whether
although
as soon as
instead of
in vain / free
completely / fully
above all
recently / a short time ago
careful(!)
to dare
while
neither ... nor
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wertvoll / wertlos
zusätzlich
zwar
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valuable / worthless
additional
indeed
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Topic Area 1: Home and local area
Life in the home; friends and relationships
Local area, facilities and getting around
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GCSE German General Vocabulary List
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Topic Area 1 Home and local area
Topic Area 1 Home and local area
Life in the home; friends and relationships
Foundation
abtrocknen
abwaschen
anmachen
anziehen (sich)
aufstehen
aufwachen
auskommen mit
ausruhen (sich)
aussehen
ausziehen (sich)
backen
beschreiben
Buchstabe
buchstabieren
bügeln (Bügeleisen)
bürsten
decken
einschlafen
hinlegen (sich)
hinsetzen (sich)
kehren
leer
leeren
legen
Liebe
lieben
liegen
mähen
organisieren
putzen
schlafen
schneiden
sitzen (sich setzen)
spülen (abspülen)
Staub saugen
stecken
stehen
stellen
Teil
teilen
trocken
trocknen
umziehen (sich)
vorbereiten
waschen (sich)
wecken
wiegen
zunehmen
to dry up
to wash up
to put on / turn on
to put on (get dressed)
to get up / stand up
to wake up
to get on with
to have a rest
to look (appearance)
to get undressed
to bake
to describe
letter (=of alphabet)
to spell
to iron (iron)
to brush e.g.hair
to lay e.g. table
to go to sleep
to lie down
to sit down
to sweep
empty
to empty
to put (= to lay)
love
to love
to lie (be lying down)
to mow
to organise
to clean
to sleep
to cut
to sit (down)
to wash up
to hoover / vacuum clean
to put (inside something)
to stand
to put / place (e.g. a vase)
part
to share
dry
to dry
to move house (to get changed)
to prepare
to wash (o.s.)
to wake s.o.
to weigh
to grow / get bigger / increase
Adresse
address
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Alter
Bart
Brille
Familienname
geboren
Geburts(tag / ort)
Heimat
Heimfahrt / Heimweg
heiraten
heißen
ledig
Lieber / Liebe
verheiratet
verlobt
versprechen
Vorname
age
beard
glasses
surname
born
birth(day / place of)
home
home journey / way home
to marry
to be called
single / unmarried
Dear (=letters)
married
engaged
to promise
first name
alt(modisch)
angenehm
ängstlich
berühmt
blöd / dumm
böse
dick
doof
ehrlich
ernst
fleißig
frech
Freude
freundlich
furchtbar
geduldig
gefallen
gemütlich
glatt (Glatteis)
groß
Größe
hassen
hässlich
hilfsbereit / hilfreich
höflich
hübsch
klein
klug
komisch
kurz
Laune (guter / schlechter)
laut
lockig
lustig
merkwürdig
mittelgroß / mittellang
müde (ermüdend)
nervös
nett
ordentlich
Pech
reich
old(fashioned)
pleasant / enjoyable
anxious
famous
stupid
angry
fat / thick
stupid
honest
serious
hard working
cheeky
joy
friendly
awful
patient
to like
cosy / cheery
smooth / straight e.g.hair (black ice)
tall
size / height (of people)
to hate
ugly
helpful
polite
pretty
small / short
clever
funny
short
in a good / bad mood
noisy / loud
curly
funny
funny / strange
medium / average (=height/length)
tired (tiring)
nervous
nice
tidy
luck (bad)
rich
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sanft
satt
sauber
scharf
schick
schlank
schmutzig
schüchtern
stark
streng
tot
traurig
unordentlich
Unrecht haben
verstehen (sich)
soft / gentle
full up / fed up
clean
sharp
smart (e.g. dress)
slim
dirty
shy
strong
strict
dead
sad
untidy
to be wrong
to understand (get on with)
Anzug
Armband(uhr)
BH / Büstenhalter
Bluse
Gürtel
Halskette
Handschuh
Handtasche
Hemd
Hose
Hut
Jacke
Kleid
Kleider / Kleidung
Kostüm
Krawatte / Schlips
Lippe(nstift)
Mantel
Mode (modisch)
Mütze
Nacht(hemd)
Ohrringe
Parfüm
Pulli
Rock
Schal
Schlafanzug
Schuhe
Slip
Socke
Stiefel
Strumpfhose
Tasche (Einkaufstasche)
tragen
Trainingsanzug
Turnschuhe
Unterhose
Unterwäsche
suit (men's)
bracelet (wrist watch)
bra
blouse
belt
necklace
glove
handbag
shirt
trousers
hat
jacket
dress
clothes / clothing
suit (women's)
tie
lip(stick)
coat
fashion(able)
cap
night (dress)
earrings
perfume
pullover
skirt
scarf
pyjamas
shoes
panties
sock
boot
tights
pocket / bag (shopping bag)
to carry / wear
tracksuit
trainers
underpants
underwear
Arbeitszimmer
Backofen
Badewanne
Badezimmer
study
oven
bath (tub)
bathroom
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Bücherregal
Bude
Decke
Diele
Doppelhaus
Dusche
duschen
Einfamilienhaus
Elektroherd
Erdgeschoss
Esszimmer
Etagenbett
Fenster
Flur
Fußboden
Gardine
Garten
Gasherd
Haarbürste
Handtuch (Badetuch)
Heizkörper
Heizung (Zentralheizung)
Kamm
kämmen
Keller
Kissen
Kleiderschrank
Klingel
Klo
Knopf
Kommode
Kühlschrank
Lampe
Licht
Mikrowellenherd
Möbel
möbliert
oben
Pflanze
Rasen
Regal
Reihe
Reihenhaus
Schlafzimmer (Schlafraum)
Schlüssel(bund)
Schrank
Seife
Sessel
Sofa
Spülbecken
Spülmaschine
Steppdecke
Stereoanlage
Stock (im ersten Stock)
Stufe
Stuhl
Tablett
Tapete
Teppich
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book case
stall / stand/ room
blanket / ceiling
hall (=entrance to house)
semi-detached house
shower
to have a shower
detached house
electric cooker
ground floor
dining room
bunk bed
window
hall
floor
curtain
garden
gas cooker
hairbrush
towel (bath towel)
radiator
heating (central)
comb
to comb (hair)
cellar
cushion
wardrobe
(door) bell
loo
button
chest of drawers
fridge
lamp
light
microwave
furniture
furnished
at the top / upstairs
plant
lawn
shelf
row (e.g. of seats etc)
terraced house
bedroom (dormitory)
key (ring)
cupboard
soap
armchair
sofa / settee
sink
dishwasher
duvet
stereo system
floor (e.g. on the 1st floor)
step/ stair
chair
tray
wallpaper
carpet
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Topic Area 1 Home and local area
Terasse
tief
Tiefkühltruhe
Tisch
Tischtuch
Toilettenpapier
Topf
Treppe
Tuch
Tür
unten
Vorhang
Wand
Waschbecken
Wäsche
Waschküche
Waschmaschine
Waschpulver
Wasserhahn
Wecker
Wohnzimmer
terrace / patio
deep
freezer
table
tablecloth
toilet paper
saucepan
stairs
cloth
door
at the bottom / downstairs
curtain
wall (interior)
washbasin
washing
utility room / laundry room
washing machine
wash powder
tap
alarm clock
living room
Brief
Brieffreund/in
Bruder
Cousin / Vetter / Kusine
Dame
Ehefrau/ Ehemann/ Ehepaar
Einzelkind
Eltern
Enkel/in / Enkelkind
Erwachsene
Familie
Frau
Fräulein(!)
Freund/in
Geschwister
Großvater / Großmutter / Großeltern
Junge
Leute / Menschen
Mädchen
männlich
Mutter / Mutti
Nachbar/in
Neffe
Nichte
Onkel
Opa / Oma
Schwester
Sohn
Tante
Tochter
Vater / Vati
Verwandte
weiblich
Zwillinge
letter
pen friend
brother
cousin
lady
wife / husband / married couple
only child
parents
grandson / daughter / child
adult
family`
Mrs / woman
Miss (waitress!)
friend (boy / girl)
brothers and sisters
grandfather / mother / parents
boy
people
girl
male
mother / mum
neighbour
nephew
niece
uncle
grandad / granny
sister
son
aunt
daughter
father / dad
relative (= relation)
female
twins
Biene
Ente
bee
duck
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fressen
füttern
Hase
Hund
Kaninchen
Katze
Kuh
Meerschweinchen
Pferd
Schaf
Schildkröte
Schlange (stehen)
Tier (Haustier)
Vogel
Wellensittich
to eat (animals)
to feed (=pets)
hare
dog
rabbit
cat
cow
guinea pig
horse
sheep
tortoise
snake (to queue)
animal (pet)
bird
budgerigar
Backstein
Baumwolle
Holz
Kohle
Kunststoff
Leder
Metall
Seide
Stahl
Stein
Stoff
Wolle
brick
cotton
wood
coal
plastic
leather
metal
silk
steel
stone
material
wool
blau
bunt
Farbe
gelb
grau
grün
hell
lila
rosa
rot
schwarz
silber
blue
bright (= colour)
colour / paint
yellow
grey
green
pale (colour)
purple
pink
red
black
silver
Higher
abnehmen
Alptraum
altmodisch
ändern
anprobieren
Anrichte
anschalten
anstrengend
anziehen
ärgerlich
ärgern
artig
aufgeregt
aufschließen
ausschalten
ausschlafen
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to lose weight / slim
nightmare
old fashioned
to change
to try on
sideboard
to switch on
tiring
to attract
annoying
to annoy
well behaved
excited
to unlock
to switch off
to have a lie in
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Topic Area 1 Home and local area
begießen
beißen (Biss)
bewundern
Beziehung
Braut (Bräutigam)
Dachboden
duzen
echt
Ehe
Eigenschaft
Eindruck
erscheinen
Fensterladen
Fernbedienung
Freundschaft
Gebrauchsanweisung
Gedächtnis
Gefahr (gefährlich)
geschieden
Geschlecht
getrennt
Gewicht
Griff
gütig
heizen
Hütte
Jahrhundert
Kabel
Käfig
Kamin
Klapp- (stuhl / tisch)
Klimaanlage
klopfen
König
Königin
Kontaktlinsen
Krug
lächeln
lächerlich
Lage
Lärm
lebhaft
nennen
neugierig
Persönlichkeit
Puppe
Quadratmeter
Rasierapparat
sich rasieren
reißen
Reißverschluss
Rowdy
rücksichtslos
sanft
Schloss
schminken (sich)
Schmuck
Schublade
Schuppen
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to water (plants)
to bite (bite)
to admire
relationship
bride (bridegroom)
attic / loft
to call du
genuine
marriage
quality / characteristic
impression
to appear
shutter
remote control
friendship
instructions for use
memory
danger(ous)
divorced
sex / gender
separated
weight
handle
kind
to heat
shed / hut
century
cable / wiring
cage
fireplace (hearth)
folding (chair / table)
air-conditioning
to knock
king
queen
contact lenses
jug
to smile
ridiculous
situation
noise (loud)
lively
to name
curious / inquisitive
personality
doll
square metre
shaver
to shave
to tear
zip
lout / hooligan
careless
gentle
lock (of door)
to put on make-up
jewellery
drawer
shed
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Schwager
Schwägerin
schwanger
Schwiegermutter
Schwiegervater
sehr geehrte(r) Herr / Frau
selbständig
seltsam
Senioren
Spülküche
Stiefmutter / vater
Streichhölzer
Streit
stumm
sympathisch
Tastatur
taub
Teppichboden
Traum
träumen
Verantwortung
Vergnügen
vergrößern
vernünftig
verrückt
Vertrauen
Waschlappen
weinen
Werkzeug
Wintergarten
winzig
Witwe
Witwer
zornig
Zufall (zufällig)
zunehmen
brother-in-law
sister-in-law
pregnant
mother-in-law
father-in-law
dear Sir / Madam
independently
odd / strange
senior citizens
utility room
step-mother / father
matches
argument / quarrel
silent / mute
nice
keyboard (computer)
deaf
fitted carpet
dream
to dream
responsibility
pleasure
to enlarge
sensible / reasonable
mad
trust
flannel
to cry (tears)
implement
conservatory
tiny
widow
widower
angry
(by) chance
to put on weight / increase
Local area, facilities and getting around
Foundation
Acker
Allee
Bach
bauen
Bauer / Bäuerin
Bauernhof
Baum
Berg
Blatt
Boden
Bundesstraße
Bürgersteig
Bushaltestelle
Dach
Einbahnstraße
Feld
flach
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field (=arable)
avenue
stream
to build
farmer / farmer(‘s wife)
farm
tree
mountain
leaf / piece of paper
ground
A-road
pavement
bus stop
roof
one way street
field
flat
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Fluss
Gebiet
Gebirge
Gegend
Hecke
Hügel (hügelig)
Kanal
Loch
Straße
Straßenbahn
Tal
Ufer (Flussufer)
Wald
Wiese
Wohnblock
wohnen
Wohnung
river
region / area
mountain range
district
hedge
hill(y)
canal / channel
hole
street / road
tram
valley
(river) bank
wood / forest
field / meadow
block of flats
to live
flat
Apotheke (Apotheker)
Bäcker/in (Bäckerei)
Bibliothek(ar/in)
Briefkasten
Briefmarke
Brücke
Buch(handlung)
Burg
Delikatessengeschäft
Dom / Kathedrale
Drogerie
Einkaufszentrum
einwerfen
Gemüsehändler
Geschäft
Juwelier
Kapelle
Kino
Kirche
Kneipe
Konditorei
Kunst(galerie)
Leben
leben
Lebensmittel(geschäft)
Markt (Marktplatz)
Metzger(ei)
Modegeschäft
Post(amt)
Postleitzahl
Rathaus
Schloss
sparen
Sparkasse
tanken
Tankstelle
Turm
Verkehrsamt
Zentrum
chemist's (chemist)
baker(‘s shop)
library (librarian)
letter box
postage stamp
bridge
book (shop)
castle
delicatessen
cathedral
chemists
shopping centre
to post
greengrocer’s
shop
jeweller
chapel
cinema
church
pub
cake / sweet shop
art (gallery)
life
to live
food/ groceries (grocer’s shop)
market (place)
butcher (‘s shop)
clothes shop
post office
post code
town hall
castle
to save
savings bank
to fill up with petrol
petrol station
tower
tourist office
centre
Ausgang / Ausfahrt
exit (= building / motorway)
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Auto
Autobahn
Benzin
bremsen
Bremsen
Eingang / Einfahrt
einsteigen
Fähre (Autofähre)
fahren
Fahrer/in
Fahrgast / Passagier
führen
Führerschein
Fußgänger(zone)
gehen
holen
kommen
Kreuzung
Kurve
Lastwagen / LKW
Lieferwagen
Linie
Marke
Mofa
Motorrad (fahrer/in)
Raststätte
Schild (Straßenschild)
verlassen
Wagen
Weg / Fußweg
weggehen
Werkstatt
Werkzeug
car
motorway
petrol
to brake
brakes
entrance
to get on / in (vehicles)
ferry (car ferry)
to go / drive
driver
passenger
to lead
driving licence
pedestrian (area)
to go / walk
to fetch
to come
crossroads
bend
lorry
van (delivery)
line / bus route
make (of car)
moped
motorbike(rider)
motorway services
sign (roadsign)
to leave (place)
car
way / path
to go away
repair workshop / garage
tools
abfahren
Abfahrt / Abflug
abholen
Abteil
anhalten
ankommen
Ankunft
aussteigen
Automat
Bahn (Bahnsteig)
Bahnhof
besetzt
D-Zug
einfach
Eisen
Eisenbahnlinie
Fahrgeld
Fahrkarte
Fahrkartenschalter
Fahrplan
Fahrt
Gleis
hin und zurück
Rücken
Rückfahrt
to depart
departure
to meet (= pick up/ fetch)
compartment
to stop (vehicles)
to arrive
arrival
to get off
machine
railway (platform)
station
occupied (e.g. seat)
express train
easy / single (ticket)
iron
railway line
fare
ticket
ticket office
timetable (bus / train)
journey (short)
platform / line
there & back i.e. return
back
return journey
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Topic Area 1 Home and local area
S-Bahn
U-Bahn(station)
umsteigen
Verbindung (verbinden)
Verkehr(smittel)
verpassen
Verspätung
warten auf
Warteraum / saal / zimmer
Zug(führer)
zurück
zurückkommen
suburban railway
underground / tube / métro (station)
to change (e.g. trains)
connection e.g. trains (to connect)
traffic (means of transport)
to miss e.g. bus / train
delay
to wait for
waiting room
train (driver)
back
to return / come / go back
Boot
Bord
Fahrrad / Rad
fliegen
Flug
Flughafen
Flugzeug
Hubschrauber
Miete
mieten
Rad
Radfahren
radfahren
Radfahrer/in
Schiff
starten
vermieten
boat
board (on)
bicycle
to fly
flight
airport
plane
helicopter
rent
to rent / hire
wheel
cycling
to cycle
cyclist
ship
to take off (plane)
to rent / hire (out)
Dorf
dort(hin)
dort drüben
draußen
drinnen
Ecke
Einwohner/in
geradeaus
Großstadt
Hafen(stadt)
Hauptbahnhof / Hauptstraße
Hauptstadt
hinten
hinter
links
Nähe (in der Nähe von)
Rand
rechts
Richtung
Stadt (Partnerstadt)
Stadtrundfahrt
vor
vorbeigehen/fahren
vorne
Vorort
weit
village
there (to there)
over there
outside
inside
corner
inhabitant
straight ahead
city
harbour (port)
main station/ road
capital
at the back
behind
left (on the left side)
near to / nearby
edge
right (on the)
direction
town (twin town)
town tour
in front of / outside / before
to go past
at the front
suburb
far (away) from/ distant
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Topic Area 1 Home and local area
Higher
anbauen
anschnallen (sich)
außer Betrieb
Autobahnkreuz
Bahnübergang
Baustelle
befinden (sich)
beilegen
Eimer
einwerfen
entwerten
Fahrzeug
Fels
fließen
gebrauchen (gebraucht)
Gegenteil
Geschwindigkeits(begrenzung)
Gipfel
Hauptverkehrszeit
hupen
Kennzeichen
Klippe
Kofferraum
Kreis(verkehr)
Leitung
Lenkrad
liefern
Luftdruck
öffentlich
Reinigung
Rückspiegel
Rundfunk
Sicherheit
Sicherheitsgurt
Stau
Steuer(rad)
überfahren
überholen
überqueren
umgeben von
Umleitung
Vorfahrt
wachsen
Weinberg
Windschutzscheibe
Zebrastreifen
zusammenstoßen mit
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to grow (crops)
to fasten seat belt
out of order / not working
motorway junction
level crossing
building site / roadworks
to be situated
to enclose
bucket
to post (a letter)
to cancel / stamp a ticket
vehicle
rock (mineral)
to flow
to use (second hand)
opposite
speed (limit)
summit
rush hour
to hoot
registration number
cliff
boot (of car)
circle (roundabout)
cable / wiring / pipes
steering wheel
to deliver
tyre pressure
public
dry cleaning
rear-view mirror
radio
safety
seatbelt
hold-up / traffic jam
steering wheel
to run over
to overtake
to cross (road)
surrounded by
diversion
priority / right of way
to grow
vineyard
windscreen
zebra-crossing
to collide with
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Topic Area 2: Health and sport
Sport, outdoor pursuits and healthy lifestyle
Food and drink as aspects of culture and health
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Topic Area 2 Health and sport
Topic Area 2 Health and sport
Sport, outdoor pursuits and healthy lifestyle
Foundation
Auge
Bauch
Bein
Gesicht
Haare
Hals
Knie
Körper
Mund
Nase
Ohr
Schulter
eye
tummy
leg
face
hair
neck/ throat
knee
body
mouth
nose
ear
shoulder
angeln
Angelrute
Bad
baden
Badeanzug/hose
Badeort
bewegen
Endspiel
Freibad
Fuß (zu Fuß gehen)
Fußball
gewinnen
Hallenbad
joggen
Kanufahren
kegeln
klettern
laufen
Leichtathletik
Liga
Mannschaft
Netz
Reiten
rennen
Rennen
Rollbrett
Roller
Rollschuh laufen
Ruderboot
rudern
schießen
schlagen
Schläger
Schließfach
Schlittschuhlaufen
Schwimmbad
schwimmen
to fish
fishing rod
bath
to bathe
swimming costume/trunks
seaside resort
to move
final (e.g. sport)
swimming pool (open air)
foot (go on foot)
football
to win
indoor swimming pool
to jog
canoeing
to play skittles
to climb
to run
athletics
league
team
net
horse riding
to run
race
skateboard
scooter
to roller skate
rowing boat
to row
to shoot
to hit
racquet / stick / bat
locker
to ice skate
swimming pool
to swim
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Topic Area 2 Health and sport
See (der/die) (an der See)
segeln
Ski fahren
Skilehrer/in
spazierengehen
Spaziergang
Spiel(film)
spielen
Spieler
Spielzeug
Sport treiben
Sportplatz
springen
Stadion
steigen
Surfbrett
Tor (ein Tor schießen)
Umkleideraum
Verein
verlieren
wandern
Wanderung
werfen
windsurfen
lake / sea (at the sea-side)
to sail
to ski
ski instructor
to go for a walk
walk
game / match (feature film)
to play (music / sports / cards)
player
toy(s)
to do sport
sports ground / school field
to jump
stadium
to climb
surfboard
gate / goal (to score a goal)
changing room
club
to lose
to hike
hike
to throw
to windsurf
Biene
Erkältung (sich erkälten)
Fieber
Fliege
fühlen
Gefühl
gesund (Gesundheit)
Grippe
Halsschmerzen
Hansaplast
Heftpflaster
helfen (Hilfe!)
Husten
husten
Kopfschmerzen
krank (Krankheit)
Krankenhaus
Krankenpfleger/ Krankenschwester
Krankenwagen
Magen(schmerzen)
Medikament
Operation
Patient/in
Rezept
Schmerzen (schmerzhaft)
Schnupfen
seekrank
sprechen
Sprechstunde
stechen
Stich
Tablette
Unfall
verletzen (sich)
bee
a cold (to catch a cold)
fever / a temperature
fly
to feel
feeling
healthy (health)
flu
sore throat
sticking plaster
sticking plaster
to help (help!)
cough
to cough
headache
ill(ness)
hospital
nurse(male/female)
ambulance
stomach (ache)
medicine
operation (=medical)
patient
prescription / recipe
pain(ful)
cold
seasick
to speak
surgery hours
to sting
sting
tablet/pill
accident
to injure (o.s.)
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Topic Area 2 Health and sport
weh tun
to hurt (e.g. my arm hurts)
Wespe
Wunde
Zahn(schmerzen)
Zahnarzt / Zahnärztin
Zahnbürste
Zahnpasta
wasp
wound
tooth (ache)
dentist
toothbrush
toothpaste
Higher
Anfänger
bluten
Blutprobe
brennen
Brust
Chirurg(in)
Durchfall
Ellbogen
erbrechen (sich)
Ereignis
Erfolg
Ergebnis
erhalten
erholen (sich)
Erleichterung
erreichen
erste Hilfe
fangen
Fußgelenk
Gehirn
Geruch
geschwollen
Gips(verband)
Glatze
Handgelenk
Haut
heben
Heimweh
Helm
Heuschnupfen
Höhe
Höhle
Hustensaft
jagen
Kinn
Knochen
leiden
Magenverstimmung
Meister(schaft)
Menge (Menschenmenge)
messen
nackt
Pfeil
pflegen
Pokal
Röntgenbild
Salbe
schaden
Schaden
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beginner
to bleed
blood test
to burn
chest
surgeon
diarrhoea
elbow
to be sick
event
success
result / score
to receive
to recover / get better
relief
to reach / catch
first aid
to catch
ankle
brain
smell
swollen
plaster
bald patch
wrist
skin
to lift / raise
homesickness
helmet
hay fever
height
cave
cough mixture
to hunt
chin
bone
to suffer
stomach upset
champion(ship)
quantity (crowd)
to measure
naked
arrow
to look after (patient)
cup (trophy)
x-ray
cream / ointment
to do harm
damage
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Topic Area 2 Health and sport
Schiedsrichter
schlucken
Sieg
Sonnenstich
Sorge (sich Sorgen machen)
sorgen für
Spritze
tauchen
teilnehmen
Turnier
übergeben (sich)
unentschieden
untersuchen
Verband
verstauchen (sich)
verstopft
Wange
Wettbewerb
Wettkampf
Zeh
Zunge
referee
to swallow
win / victory
sun stroke
worry (to worry)
to look after
injection
to dive
to take part
tournament
to be sick
undecided / drawn (match)
to examine (patient)
bandage
to sprain
constipated
cheek
competition
competition
toe
tongue
Food and drink as aspects of culture and health
Foundation
Abendessen
Appetit (guten Appetit!)
Durst (durstig)
Flamme
Flasche
frisch
Frühstück
Gabel
gemischt
Gericht
Geschirr(tuch)
Getränk
Glas
grillen
Imbiss(stube)
Kännchen
Kantine
Küche
lecker
Löffel
Mahlzeit (!)
Messer
Mittagessen
Nachtisch
schmecken
schnell
Schnellimbiss
Schüssel
Selbstbedienung
Speisekarte
Speisewagen
Supermarkt
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dinner / evening meal
appetite (enjoy your meal!)
thirst(y)
flame
bottle
fresh
breakfast
fork
mixed
dish / course
crockery (tea towel)
drink
jar / pot (e.g. jam)
to grill / barbecue
snack (bar)
small pot
canteen
kitchen
delicious
spoon
meal (enjoy your meal!)
knife
lunch / midday meal
dessert
to taste
quick
fast food restaurant
bowl
self-service
menu
dining car
supermarket
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Topic Area 2 Health and sport
süß
Tageskarte
Tasse
Tee (kanne)
Tee / Kaffee trinken
Teller
trinken
Untertasse
Vorspeise
zum Mitnehmen
zum Wohl!
sweet
menu / dish (of the day)
cup
tea (pot)
to have afternoon tea / coffee
plate
to drink
saucer
starter/ first course
take away meals
cheers!
alkohol(frei)
Bier
Cola
Fruchtsaft
Kaffee(kanne)
Limonade
Milch
Saft
Schnaps
Sekt
Sprudel
Wasser (Trink / Mineral)
Wein (Rot / Weiß)
alcohol (non-alcoholic)
beer
coke
fruit juice
coffee (pot)
lemonade
milk
juice
schnaps / spirits
champagne (German)
pop (=fizzy drink)
water (drinking / mineral)
wine (red / white)
Ananas
Apfel
Apfelsine
Aprikose
Aufschnitt
Birne
Blumenkohl
Bockwurst
Bohnen
Bonbons
Braten
braten
Bratkartoffeln (Bratpfanne)
Bratwurst
Brot
Brötchen
Butterbrot
Chips / Kartoffelschips
Cornflakes
Ei
Eintopf
Eis(becher)
Erbsen
Erdbeere
essen
Essen
Essig
Fleisch
Forelle
Frikadelle
Gans
gekochtes Ei (ein)
Gemüse
pineapple
apple
orange
apricot
sliced meats (e.g. salami)
pear / light bulb
cauliflower
boiled sausage
beans
sweets
joint / roast meat
to roast
fried potatoes (frying pan)
sausage (fried)
bread / loaf
bread roll
sandwich
crisps
cereals
egg
stew
ice / ice-cream (sundae)
peas
strawberry
to eat
meal / food
vinegar
meat
trout
meatball
goose
boiled egg
vegetables
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Topic Area 2 Health and sport
Gewürz
Gurke
Hähnchen
Himbeere
Honig
Kalbfleisch
Karotte
Kartoffel(salat)
Kartoffelbrei/püree
Käse
Kaugummi
Kekse
Kirsche
Kohl
Kopfsalat
Kotelett
Kuchen
Lachs
Lamm(fleisch)
Leber
Marmelade
Nudeln
Nuss (Erdnuss)
Obst
Öl
Orangenmarmelade
Pampelmuse
Pfeffer
Pfirsich
Pflaume
Pilz
Pommes (frites)
Pralinen
Riegel
Rindfleisch
Rosenkohl
Salz
Salzkartoffeln
Sauerkraut
Schaschlick
Scheibe
Schinken
Schlagsahne
Schnitzel
Schokolade
schwarze Johannisbeere
Schweinefleisch
Senf
Soße
Speck
Spiegelei
Spinat
Suppe
Süßigkeiten
Toastbrot
Traube / Weintraube
Truthahn
weiß (Weißbrot)
Wurst
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spice
cucumber
chicken (food)
raspberry
honey
veal
carrot
potato (salad)
mashed potato
cheese
chewing gum
biscuits
cherry
cabbage
lettuce
chop / cutlet
cake
salmon
lamb= animal (lamb =meat)
liver
jam
pasta / noodles
nut (peanut)
fruit
oil
marmelade
grapefruit
pepper
peach
plum
mushroom
chips
chocolates
bar (e.g. of chocolate)
beef
brussel sprouts
salt
boiled potatoes
pickled cabbage
kebab
slice
ham
whipped cream
escalope / schnitzel
chocolate / chocolate drink
blackcurrant
pork
mustard
gravy / sauce
bacon
fried egg
spinach
soup
sweets
toast
grape
turkey
white (white bread)
sausage
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Topic Area 2 Health and sport
Zitrone
Zucker
Zwiebel
lemon
sugar
onion
Büchse
Dose(nöffner)
Karton
Korb
Packung / Paket
Portion
Schachtel
Tüte
can
can / tin (opener)
cardboard box
basket
packet
helping / portion
box (e.g.chocolates)
bag (= paper/ plastic)
Higher
Besteck
bestehen aus
Diät (eine Diät halten)
dienen
enthalten
Fett
Geflügel
Geschmack
gießen
pikant
probieren
reichen
riechen
satt
schälen
Spargel
Vegetarier(in)
Verpackung
Weinprobe (Weinlese)
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cutlery
to consist of
diet (to be on a diet)
to serve
to contain
fat / grease
poultry
taste
to pour
spicy
to try
to pass (e.g. salt)
to smell (sth)
full up (food)
to peel
asparagus
vegetarian
packaging
wine-tasting (grape harvest)
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Topic Area 3: Leisure and entertainment
(includes online)
Socialising, special occasions and festivals
TV, films and music
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Topic Area 3 Leisure and entertainment
Topic Area 3 Leisure and entertainment (includes online)
Socialising, special occasions and festivals
Foundation
amüsieren (sich)
Ansichtskarte
ausgeben
ausgehen
Auskunft
Ausstellung
basteln
bestellen (abbestellen)
bezahlen
Bild
Blume(nhändler)
Chor
Computerspiel
die Sehenswürdigkeiten besichtigen
einkaufen (gehen)
Einladung (einladen)
Eintritt
Eisbahn (Eis laufen)
Erfrischungen
Fest
Feuer(werk)
frei (im Freien)
Freizeit(beschäftigung)
fröhliche Weihnachten
Heiligabend
Ostern
Silvester
Weihnachten
Weihnachtsbaum / Tannenbaum
to enjoy oneself
postcard (picture)
to spend (money)
to go out
information
exhibition
to make things / do DIY
to order (to cancel)
to pay (for)
picture
flower (florist)
choir
computer game
to go sight-seeing
to shop / go shopping
invitation (to invite)
admission charge
ice rink (to ice skate)
refreshments
festival / party
fire(works)
free / (in the open air)
free time/ leisure (activity)
Happy Christmas
Christmas Eve
Easter
New Year's Eve
Christmas
Christmas/fir tree
funktionieren
genießen
Geschenk
Handy
Herr
Herr Ober!
Herz
im Freien
Jugendklub
Jugendliche (r)
jung
Kalender/Terminkalender
Karte(n)
kaufen
Kaufhaus
kennen
kennen lernen
kosten(los)
Kuss
lachen
to work (function)
to enjoy
present
mobile phone
Mr / gentleman
waiter!
heart
open air (in the)
youth club
young person
young
diary (for appointments)
card (playing/ greetings)
to buy
department store
to know (people)
to get to know
to cost (free)
kiss
to laugh
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Topic Area 3 Leisure and entertainment
Lust haben
malen
Mitglied
Preis
preiswert
Rechnung
reservieren
sammeln
Schach
schenken
schicken (eine SMS / eine E-mail)
Schlussverkauf
Sonderangebot
spannend
Spaß
spät
teuer
treffen
Treffpunkt
verbringen
verkaufen (ausverkaufen)
vorstellen (sich)
zahlen
to feel like (doing something)
to paint
member
price / prize
cheap / value for money
bill (e.g. restaurant)
to reserve
to collect
chess
to give (a present)
to send (to text / e-mail)
sale
special offer
exciting
fun
late
expensive/ dear
to meet (by intention)
meeting place
to spend (=time)
to sell (out)
to introduce oneself
to pay (the bill)
Higher
begegnen
begleiten
bekannt
Bekannter
drucken
Drucker
empfehlen
Ergebnis
Ermässigung
Faschingsdienstag
faulenzen
feiern
Festtag
Gebühr
gebührenfrei / gratis
Gemälde
herunterladen
Hochzeit
Kabel
Karneval
Kerze
Messe
plaudern
Schaufensterbummel
schieben
schmücken
Sitten
Tastatur
tippen
überraschen
Verabredung
Veranstaltung
vorziehen
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to meet
to accompany
well-known
acquaintance
to print
printer
to recommend
result / score
discount
Shrove Tuesday
to laze about
to celebrate
public holiday
fee
free
painting
to download
wedding
cable / wiring
carnival
candle
mass (church)
to chat
window shopping
to push
to decorate (garlands)
customs/ traditions
keyboard (computer)
to type
to surprise
appointment
event
to prefer
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Topic Area 3 Leisure and entertainment
TV, films and music
Foundation
Blockflöte
Flöte/ Querflöte
Geige
Gitarre
Klarinette
Klavier
Schlagzeug
Trompete
üben
recorder
flute
violin
guitar
clarinet
piano
drums / percussion
trumpet
to practise
Dokumentarfilm
Komödie
Krimi
Nachrichten
Quizsendung
Seifenoper
Sendung
Serie
Zeichentrickfilm
documentary
comedy
crime story/ thriller
news
quiz show
soap opera
programme (e.g. TV)
series (e.g. on TV)
cartoon
anschauen / ansehen
Ball
fernsehen
Fernseher
hören
Hörer
Illustrierte
Konzert
Kopf(hörer)
LieblingsLied
Musik (Pop/Volks/klassische)
Musiker/in (musizieren)
Oper
Roman
Sänger/in
Schauspieler/in
sehen
singen
Stereoanlage
Tanz
tanzen
Taschenbuch
Theater(stück)
Tragödie
zeichnen
zeigen
Zeit
Zeitschrift
Zeitung
to look at
ball (= sport / dance)
to watch TV
TV set
to hear
receiver (telephone)
magazine
concert
head(phones)
favourite
song
music (pop /folk /classical)
musician (to play music)
opera
novel
singer
actor/ actress
to see
to sing
stereo system
dance
to dance
paperback
theatre (play)
tragedy
to draw
to show
time
magazine
newspaper
Higher
Abenteuer
aufführen
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adventure
to perform
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Topic Area 3 Leisure and entertainment
Aufführung
Bildschirm
blasen
Blaskapelle
Bühne
Fernbedienung
Garderobe
Gerät
Geräusch
Medien (Massenmedien)
Moderator
Parkett
passieren
Rang
Stimme
Stimmung
Tagesschau
Unterhaltung
Untertitel
Vorstellung
Werbung
Zuschauer
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performance
screen
to blow
brass band
stage
remote control
cloakroom (theatre)
implement/equipment
sound / quiet noise
media
TV presenter
stalls (theatre)
to happen
circle (theatre)
voice
atmosphere
TV evening news
entertainment
subtitle
performance / introduction
advertising
audience / viewers
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Topic Area 4: Travel and the wider world
Holidays and exchanges
Environmental, cultural and social issues
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Topic Area 5 Education and work
Topic Area 4 Travel and the wider world
Holidays and exchanges
Foundation
Affe
anders(wo)
Anmeldung
annehmen
anrufen
Aufenthalt
Aufzug
Ausflug
ausfüllen
Auskunft
Ausland (ins / im)
Ausländer/in
Aussicht
Auswahl
Ausweis
Bär
bedienen
Bedienung
Bett (Einzel / Doppel)
Bettwäsche
monkey
different (somewhere else)
reception
to accept
to phone
stay
lift
excursion / trip
to fill in (form)
information
abroad
foreigner
view
choice/ selection
identity card / I.D
bear
to serve
service (=in restaurant)
bed (single/double)
bedlinen
bedecken
bedeckt
bewölkt
donnern
dunkel
frieren
Gewitter
Hagel
hageln
heiß
heiter
Hitze
kalt
Klima
kühl
Löwe
nass
Nebel (nebelig)
Regen(mantel)
Regenschirm
regnen
regnerisch
Schauer
scheinen
Schnee
schneien
schön
sich sonnen
Sonne
to cover
overcast
overcast
to thunder
dark
to freeze
thunderstorm
hail
to hail
hot
bright (= weather)
heat
cold
climate
cool
lion
wet
fog(gy)/ mist(y)
rain(coat)
umbrella
to rain
rainy
shower (=weather)
to shine
snow
to snow
beautiful / fine (= weather)
to sunbathe
sun
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Topic Area 5 Education and work
sonnig
Sturm / stürmisch
Wetter(bericht / vorhersage)
windig
Wolke (wolkenlos)
wolkig
sunny
storm(y)
weather (forecast)
windy
cloud(less)
cloudy
Blick
bleiben
Broschüre
Campingplatz
Empfang(sdame)
Ferien
Formular
Fotoapparat
Fotograf/in
Fundbüro
Gast
Gastgeber
Gasthaus / Gasthof
Gaststätte
Gepäck
gültig
Herbergseltern
Insel
Jugendherberge
Koffer
Küste
Lagerfeuer
Land (auf dem / aufs)
Landkarte
Landschaft
Luxus
Meer
mitnehmen
Ort
Pass (Reisepass)
Pension (Vollpension)
Personalausweis
Prospekt
Reise
Reisebüro
Reisebus
reisen
Reisende(r)
Reisescheck
Reiseziel
Sand(burg)
Scheckheft
Schlafsack
Sonnenbrand
Sonnencreme
Steward/ess
Strand
suchen
Taschenlampe
Taschenmesser
Überfahrt
übernachten
look/ glance
to stay / remain
brochure
camping/ camp site
reception(ist)
holiday
form
camera
photographer(‘s)
lost property office
guest
host
pub
restaurant / pub
luggage
valid
wardens (of youth hostel)
island
youth hostel
suitcase
coast
camp fire
country (in the / to the)
map
countryside / scenery
luxury
sea
to take (with you)
place
passport
boarding house (full board)
identity card
leaflet
journey (longer)
travel agent’s
coach
to travel
traveller
traveller’s cheque
destination
sand (castle)
cheque book
sleeping bag
sunburn
sun cream/ lotion
air steward / hostess
beach
to look for
torch
pocket knife / pen-knife
crossing (sea)
to stay the night
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Topic Area 5 Education and work
Unterkunft
unterwegs
Urlaub
Welle
Wohnwagen
Zelt
zelten
Zimmer (Einzel-, Doppel-, Familien-)
Zimmer frei
Zimmermädchen
accommodation
on the way
holiday
wave
caravan
tent
to camp
room (single / double / family)
rooms available/ B & B
maid
Higher
Aufenthaltsdauer
Aufheiterungen
austauschen
entkommen
entscheiden
entspannen (sich)
feucht
Fremdenführer
freuen (sich) auf
freuen (sich) über
Führung
Kurs
lauwarm
Niederschlag
Reiseführer
Rolltreppe
Rundgang / Rundfahrt
Schatten
Tropfen
veränderlich
verändern (sich)
wechselhaft
length (of stay)
bright periods
to exchange
to escape
to decide
to relax
humid
tour guide
to look forward to
to be pleased about
guided tour
exchange rate
lukewarm
precipitation
tourist guide
escalator
guided tour
shade
drop (e.g. water)
changeable
to change
changeable
Environmental, cultural and social issues
Foundation
Abfall(eimer)
Ampel
Angst haben
anspringen
arm
Blei
Brand
Erde
Grad
Grenze
herrlich
Himmel
hoch
Jahr(eszeit)
jährlich
Luft
Müll(tonne)
Nachteil
niedrig / tief
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rubbish (bin/dustbin)
traffic lights
to be frightened
to start (cars)
poor
lead
fire
earth
degree
border
splendid / wonderful
sky
high
year (season)
annually
air
rubbish/waste (dustbin)
disadvantage
low
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Topic Area 5 Education and work
Norden (nördlich)
Osten (östlich)
Panne
Parkhaus
Parkplatz
Partei
Polizei(wache)
Polizist/in
Portemonnaie
Rauch
rauchen
Recht haben
Rechtsanwalt/anwältin
Rede
reden
Reifen
Reifenpanne
Reparatur
reparieren
Scheinwerfer
Schornstein
Strom
Süden (südlich)
Umwelt
verbieten (verboten)
vergessen
Vorteil
Welt
Westen
Zigarette
Zoll
north (to the north)
east (to the east)
breakdown
multi-storey car park
car park/ parking space
party (=political)
police (station)
policeman/woman
purse
smoke
to smoke
to be right
lawyer
speech
to talk
tyre
puncture
repair
to repair
headlight
chimney
electricity
south (to the south)
environment
to forbid (forbidden)
to forget
advantage
world
west
cigarette
customs
Higher
Abschleppwagen
abschliessen
Altpapier
anzünden
aufgeben
behandeln
Behandlung
behindert
beklagen (sich)
beleuchten
beschädigen
beschäftigt
beschließen
beschweren (sich)
bessern (sich)
Besserung
bestätigen
bestehen auf
betrügen
betrunken
beweisen
Dieb(stahl)
dringend
drogensüchtig
drohen
Einbrecher
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breakdown lorry
to lock up
recycled paper
to light
to stop / give up e.g.smoking
to treat
treatment
disabled
to complain
to light up
to damage
busy
to decide
to complain
to improve
improvement / getting better
to confirm
to insist on
to deceive
drunk
to prove
thief (theft)
urgent
drug dependent
to threaten
burglar
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Topic Area 5 Education and work
ertrinken
Flaschencontainer
Fleck
Gefängnis
Geldstrafe
Gesetz
gestattet
Gewohnheit
globale Erwärmung
klagen
Kraftwerk
löschen
lösen
lügen
Missverständnis
Mond
Mord
Not(ruf)
Rat
raten
recyceln
reduzieren
Regel
Regierung
Retten
Rettung
Risiko
Rollstuhl
schämen (sich)
schulden
schuldig
schützen
Sozialwohnung
stehlen
sterben
Tod
töten
trampen / per Anhalter fahren
Treibhauseffekt
überschwemmen
umkommen / ums Leben kommen
umtauschen
Unterschied
verbrauchen
verderben
vergiften
Vergleich (vergleichen)
verhaften
verirren / verlaufen (sich)
vermeiden
verschmutzen (Verschmutzung)
verschwenden
verschwinden
versichern (Versicherung)
verstecken
wegwerfen
wieder verwerten
zerstören
Zeuge
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to drown
bottle bank
stain / spot
prison
fine (money)
law
permitted
custom / habit
global warming
to complain
power station
to extinguish / put out
to solve
to lie
misunderstanding
moon
murder
emergency (phone call)
advice / council
to advise / guess
to recycle
to reduce
rule
government
to save / rescue
rescue
risk
wheelchair
to be ashamed
to owe
guilty / owing
to protect
council house
to steal
to die
death
to kill
to hitch-hike
greenhouse effect
to flood
to die
to exchange
difference
to consume / use up
to spoil / pollute
to poison
comparison (to compare)
to arrest
to lose one’s way/ to get lost
to avoid
to pollute (pollution)
to waste
to disappear
to insure (insurance)
to hide
to throw away
to recycle
to destroy
witness
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Topic Area 5 Education and work
Topic Area 5: Education and work
School life in the UK and in the target language country or community
Work experience, future study and jobs, working abroad
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Topic Area 5 Education and work
Topic Area 5 Education and work
School life in the UK and in the target language country or community
Foundation
Abitur (Abiturient/in)
Aufgabe
aufhören
aufmachen
aufräumen
aufpassen
Aula
ausmachen
Doppelstunde
Gebäude
Gespräch
Gruppe
Haus(aufgaben/arbeit)
Hause (zu / nach)
Hausmeister/in
Haustür
Heft
interessant
interessieren (sich) für
Kind(heit)
Klasse (zweiter Klasse)
Klassenarbeit
Klassenkamarad/in
Klassenzimmer
kompliziert
korrigieren
Labor
sich langweilen
langweilig
Lärm
lehren
Lehrer/in
Lehrling (Lehre)
leicht
lernen
lesen
Lesen
Note
nötig
notwendig
nützlich
nutzlos
Oberstufe
Pause (Mittagspause)
Platz
prüfen
Prüfung / Examen
Punkt
pünktlich
richtig
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A level exam (A level student)
exercise/ task
to stop (doing something)
to open
to tidy /clear up /away
to pay attention
school hall
to turn off
double period
building
conversation
group
home(work/housework)
home (at / going)
caretaker
front door
exercise book
interesting
to be interested in
child(hood)
class (2nd class)
test / assessment
classmate
classroom
complicated
to correct / mark
laboratory
to be bored
boring
noise (loud)
to teach
teacher
apprentice (-ship)
light (weight) / easy
to learn
to read
reading
mark
necessary
necessary
useful
useless
sixth form
break (lunch)
seat / room / square / court / pitch
to test / examine / check
examination
point (place / score / idea); full stop
punctual / on time
right / correct
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Topic Area 5 Education and work
Saal / Halle
schreiben
Schreibpapier
Schreibwarengeschäft
Schuldirektor/in
Schule
Schüler/in
Schüleraustausch
Schulhof
Schulstunde
schwach
schweigen
schwer
schwierig
Seite
Semester / Trimester
stimmt (das stimmt)
Student/in
studieren
Stunde
Stundenplan
Tafel
Tag
Tagebuch
Unterricht
unterrichten
Versuch
versuchen
Wahl(fach)
wählen
wissen
Woche
Wochenende
Wort
zuhören
hall (large room / concert)
to write
writing paper
stationer's
head teacher
school
pupil
school exchange
school playground
lesson
weak / poor (work)
to be silent / to say nothing
hard / difficult
difficult
page / side
term
that's right
student
to study
hour
timetable (school)
board (black / white)
day
diary (account)
lessons
to teach
experiment / attempt
to try (to do s.th)
choice (option subject)
to choose
to know (facts)
week
weekend
word
to listen to
Bleistift
Etui
Filzstift
füllen
Füller
Gummi
Kugelschreiber / Kuli
Lineal
Notizbuch
Papier(e)
Radiergummi
Sache(n)
Schere
Stift
Stück
Taschenrechner
Taschentuch
Wörterbuch
Zettel
pencil
pencil case
felt tip pen
to fill
fountain pen
rubber
biro / ball point pen
ruler
note book
paper(s) / documents
rubber (=eraser)
thing (things / belongings)
scissors
something to write with
piece (paper / cake etc)
calculator
handkerchief
dictionary
note / piece of paper
Chemie
Erdkunde
Fach (Wahlfach)
chemistry
geography
subject (option)
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Topic Area 5 Education and work
Fremdsprache
GCSE-Prüfungen
Geschichte
Hauswirtschaftslehre
Informatik
Mathe(matik)
Naturwissenschaften
Pflichtfach
Physik
Religion
Technologie
Turnen
Turnhalle
language (foreign)
GCSE exams
history
home economics
I.T.
maths
science
compulsory subject
physics
R.E
CDT
P.E
gymnasium
Berufsschule
Gesamtschule
Grundschule
Gymnasium
Hauptschule
Internat
Kindergarten
Privatschule
Realschule
Universität /Uni
technical college
comprehensive school
primary school
grammar school
secondary modern school
boarding school
nursery school
private school
secondary technical school
college / university
Higher
Aufsatz
Belohnung
Bemerken
benehmen (sich)
beobachten
Betriebswirtschaft
Bildung
brav
Brett (schwarzes)
durchfallen
einreichen
falten
Fortschritt(e)
Gang
herausfinden
herunterladen
kleben
loben
lohnen (sich)
mangelhaft
meinen
mündlich
nachdenken
nachsitzen müssen
rechnen
Rolle
schaffen
schriftlich
Schulzeugnis
sitzen bleiben
Sozialkunde
stören
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essay
reward
to notice
to behave
to watch / observe
business studies
education
well behaved
notice board
to fail (exam)
to hand in
to fold
progress
corridor / gear
to find out / learn
to (down)load
to stick
to praise
to be worthwhile
poor
to mean / think
oral
to think over / reflect
to be kept in
to calculate
rôle
to suceed / achieve
in writing
school report
to repeat the year
social science
to disturb / interrupt
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Topic Area 5 Education and work
übersetzen
Übersetzung
Umfrage / Meinungsumfrage
verbessern
Versammlung
Vokabeln
zählen
to translate
translation
survey
to correct / improve
meeting / school assembly
vocabulary
to count
Work experience, future study and jobs, working abroad
Foundation
Aktentasche
am Apparat
Anzeige
Arbeit
arbeiten
Arbeiter/in
Ausbildung
ausbilden
Bericht
Beruf
Betriebspraktikum
Brieftasche
Büro
Fabrik
Feierabend
Feiertag
Firma / Betrieb
Ganztagsstelle
Gehalt
Geld(tasche)
Kasse
Kleingeld
Konto
Kreditkarte
Kunde / Kundin
Lohn
Münze
Pfund
Reklame
Schein (e.g. 50-Euro-Schein)
Stelle
Taschengeld
Teilzeitarbeit
Telefonbuch
Telefonzelle
Termin
Theke
Trinkgeld
Umschlag
unterschreiben
Unterschrift
verdienen
Vorwahl
weiter machen
Zukunft
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briefcase
speaking! (on telephone)
advertisement
work
to work
worker
training
to train
report
profession
work experience
wallet
office
factory
end of work day
public holiday
firm / company
full time job
salary / pay
money (purse)
till / cash desk
change (small)
account (bank)
credit card
customer
wages
coin
pound (= sterling/ weight)
advert
note (e.g. 50 euros)
place / job
pocket money
part time work
telephone directory
telephone box
appointment
counter
tip (money)
envelope
to sign
signature
to earn
dialling code
to continue / carry on (doing s.th)
future
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Topic Area 5 Education and work
arbeitslos
Armee
Arzt / Ärztin
Babysitten
babysitten
Beamte / Beamtin
Briefträger/in
Chef/in
Elektriker
Feuerwehr
Feuerwehrmann/frau
Frisör / Friseuse
Geschäftsmann/frau
Händler(in)
Ingenieur/in
Kassierer(in)
Kellner(in)
Klempner/in
Koch / Köchin
kochen
Künstler/in
Laden(besitzer)
Leiter
Leiter
Mauer
Maurer
Mechaniker/in
Programmierer/in
Sekretär/in
Soldat
Tierarzt/ärztin
Verkäufer/in
unemployed
army
doctor
babysitting
to baby sit
civil servant / official
postman / woman
boss
electrician
fire brigade
fireman / woman
hairdresser
businessman / woman
shopkeeper
engineer
cashier
waiter/waitress
plumber
cook / chef
to cook
artist
shop (owner / keeper)
manager / leader
ladder
wall (exterior)
builder
mechanic
computer programmer
secretary
soldier
vet
sales assistant
Higher
Arbeitgeber
Arbeitnehmer
Arbeitsamt
Arbeitslosigkeit
Berufsberatung
bewerben (sich)
Bewerbungsgespräch
Gelegenheit
gelingen
Hochschulabschluß
Jura
Lebenslauf
leisten
Leistung
Matrose / Seemann
Pension (in Pension gehen)
Personal
qualifiziert
Quittung
Rente
tippen
Universitätsabschluss/grad
vorhaben
Vorschlag
Vorstellungsgespräch
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employer
employee
job centre
unemployment
careers advice
to apply for a job
job interview
opportunity / chance
to succeed
degree (university)
law
CV
to achieve
achievement
sailor
(to retire)
staff
qualified
receipt
pension
to type
degree (university)
to intend, to plan to
suggestion
job interview
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