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Vocabulary Lists Don't Travel Without Knowing These Top 10 Verbs

Don't Travel Without Knowing These Top 10 Verbs

Reise nicht bevor du nicht diese 10 Verben kennst
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buy
kaufen (v)
buy
Wir werden zollfreien Alkohol und Parfรผm in den Duty-Free Shops am Flughafen kaufen.
We'll buy duty-free alcohol and perfume at the duty free shops in the airport.
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board
besteigen (v)
board
ein Flugzeug besteigen
board a plane
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land
landen (v)
land
Das Flugzeug wird um zehn Uhr am Flughafen landen.
The plane will land at the airport at ten o'clock.
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take off
abheben (v)
take off
Das Flugzeug wird in zwanzig Minuten abheben.
The plane will take off in twenty minutes.
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take a picture
ein Foto machen
take a picture
Bitte mach ein Foto.
Please take a picture.
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pay money
bezahlen (v)
pay money
tour
bereisen (v)
tour
die Ruinen bereisen
tour the ruins
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arrange
organisieren (v)
arrange
Unterkunft buchen
arrange for lodging
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ride
fahren (v)
ride
Ich habe mich entschieden mit dem Bus zu fahren, anstatt mein Auto zu fahren.
I chose to ride the bus instead of drive my car.
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sightsee
Sehenswรผrdigkeiten anschauen
sightsee
Wir werden uns heute ausruhen, aber morgen schauen wir uns Sehenswรผrdigkeiten an.
We'll rest today, but sightsee tomorrow.
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Thursday at 11:36 am
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Hi Stephen,

Thank you for your comment and question!

“Buchen” is commonly used when you book accommodation or a tour. “Organisieren” would be used if there was more to arrange/organise than just the accommodation. You would use it for parties, tournaments, events and so on.

Yes those examples are correct. “Fahren” is literally translated as “to drive”, however it is used for any kind of transportation on the ground, from bicycle to being in the passenger seat of a car/taxi, to taking the bus or train.

I hope this helps!

Vielen Dank!

Clara
Team GermanPod101.com

Stephen
Tuesday at 2:53 am
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Why are you using “buchen” instead of “organisieren” for “arrange?” Also, in the “5 more examples” of “fahren” are the translations all correct? It looks like the one using “are” should be with the sentence involving the word “sein”….but being a beginner I am just curious!

Monday at 4:23 am
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Hi Walter, Carol,

Thank you for commenting! Carol, have fun in Germany๐Ÿ˜„

Regards,
Katrin
Team GermanPod101.com

Carol Ann Badwick
Monday at 7:38 pm
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Heute reisen wir nach Deutschland.

walter
Monday at 3:52 am
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Danke schรถn!

Tuesday at 12:17 pm
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