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INTRODUCTION
Gina: Hi everyone, I’m Gina.
Katrin: And I’m Katrin!
Gina: And welcome to Culture Class: Essential German Vocabulary, Lesson 3! In this lesson you'll learn 5 essential words related to Food and Drink. These are five common German Beverages. Hand picked. You can find a complete list of vocabulary at GermanPod101.com
FIVE KEY VOCABULARY ITEMS
Gina: Katrin, what’s our first word?
Katrin: Apfelschorle
Gina: apple cider
Katrin: (slow) Apfelschorle (regular) Apfelschorle
Gina: Listeners, please repeat:
Katrin: Apfelschorle
[pause - 5 sec.]
Gina: Apple Cider is made from carbonated mineral water and apple juice with varying mixing ratios, although the most common ratio is half of each.
Gina: Now let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Katrin: (normal) Apfelschorle ist ein beliebtes Sportgetränk in Deutschland.
Gina: Apple cider is a popular sports drink in Germany.
Katrin: (slow) Apfelschorle ist ein beliebtes Sportgetränk in Deutschland.
Gina: Okay, what’s the next word?
Katrin: Kaffee
Gina: coffee
Katrin: (slow) Kaffee (regular) Kaffee
Gina: Listeners, please repeat:
Katrin: Kaffee
[pause - 5 sec.]
Gina: Coffee is the most popular hot drink in Germany. Germans often drink it several times per day, mostly in the morning.
Gina: Now let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Katrin: (normal) Viele Deutsche trinken mehrere Tassen Kaffee pro Tag.
Gina: Many Germans have several cups of coffee per day.
Katrin: (slow) Viele Deutsche trinken mehrere Tassen Kaffee pro Tag.
Gina: Okay, what’s the next word?
Katrin: Bier
Gina: beer
Katrin: (slow) Bier (regular) Bier
Gina: Listeners, please repeat:
Katrin: Bier
[pause - 5 sec.]
Gina: Beer is the most popular alcoholic beverage in Germany and a major part of its culture. There are approximately 5,000 brands available in Germany.
Gina: Now let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Katrin: (normal) Jeder Deutsche trinkt im Durchschnitt 110 Liter Bier pro Jahr.
Gina: On average, every German drinks 110 liters of beer per year.
Katrin: (slow) Jeder Deutsche trinkt im Durchschnitt 110 Liter Bier pro Jahr.
Gina: Okay, what’s the next word?
Katrin: Sekt
Gina: sparkling wine
Katrin: (slow) Sekt (regular) Sekt
Gina: Listeners, please repeat:
Katrin: Sekt
[pause - 5 sec.]
Gina: ‘Sekt’ is the German term for quality sparkling wine. It is a fizzy wine due to the added carbon dioxide.
Gina: Now let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Katrin: (normal) Die beliebteste Sektmarke in Deutschland ist Rotkäppchen.
Gina: The most popular brand of sparkling wine in Germany is ‘Rotkäppchen’.
Katrin: (slow) Die beliebteste Sektmarke in Deutschland ist Rotkäppchen.
Gina: Okay, what’s the last word?
Katrin: Schnaps
Gina: schnapps (distilled and strong German alcohol)
Katrin: (slow) Schnaps (regular) Schnaps
Gina: Listeners, please repeat:
Katrin: Schnaps
[pause - 5 sec.]
Gina: ‘Schnaps’ is a general term in German to describe any distilled strong alcoholic drink. People usually drink it straight in a shot glass.
Gina: Now let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Katrin: (normal) Schnaps ist starker Alkohol, der üblicherweise auf Geburtstagsfeiern serviert wird.
Gina: Schnapps is strong alcohol usually served at birthday parties.
Katrin: (slow) Schnaps ist starker Alkohol, der üblicherweise auf Geburtstagsfeiern serviert wird.
QUIZ
Gina: Okay listeners, are you ready to be quizzed on the words you just learned? Katrin will give you the German – please say the English meaning out loud! Are you ready?
Katrin: Apfelschorle
[pause]Gina: apple cider
Katrin: Kaffee
[pause]Gina: coffee
Katrin: Bier
[pause]Gina: beer
Katrin: Sekt
[pause]Gina: sparkling wine
Katrin: Schnaps
[pause]Gina: schnapps (distilled and strong German alcohol)

Outro

Gina: There you have it – five Beverages in Germany! We have more vocab lists available at GermanPod101.com, so be sure to check them out. Thanks everyone, see you next time!
Katrin: Bis bald.

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Monday at 06:30 PM
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What’s the most popular drink in your country?

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Friday at 12:35 AM
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Hallo robert groulx,


Danke schön for posting and studying with us. If you have any questions, please let us know.😄


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robert groulx
Sunday at 01:06 AM
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thnk yoyu for the lesson transcript


Schnaps, Apfelschorle, bier,Sekt, and Kaffee


robert

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Wednesday at 12:53 PM
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Hello Drew,


Thank you for posting.

Apple cider can refer to non-alcoholic beverage as well.

Thank you for studying with us!


Let us know if you have any question.

Cheers,

Lena

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Drew Tyler
Monday at 10:43 PM
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Hi GP101,


Apfelschorle would not translate to Apple Cider in English. Maybe you mean apple soda!


Apple cider is an alcoholic drink made from apples!

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Wednesday at 02:01 PM
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Hi Rimylles,


Thank you for posting!

We have added the transcript already :smile:

Thank you for letting us know it was missing.


Kind regards,

Laura

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Rimylles
Friday at 11:22 PM
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Hi Team GermanPod101.com


There's no recording script for lesson 3.


Please upload it if possible!

Thanks!

Rimylles

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Monday at 05:49 PM
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Hi Claire Hendricks,


Thank you for your comment and feedback!

The issue has been fixed, now you can find the Lesson Materials on this lesson as well. .


Thank you!

Laura

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Claire Hendricks
Saturday at 01:56 PM
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There's no way to bring up the Lesson Materials in this lesson. The 1-2-3 circles are missing. Did any one else notice this?

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Hallo Herr Stuart,


This is a good suggestion, I will pass it on to our content team.+


Actually, I do not see a difference in the meaning your inlaws gave you to the one we used... both are Apfelschorle to me.


Regards,

Katrin

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Herr Stuart
Thursday at 07:42 PM
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It would be very helpful if you would always give the gender of every noun you use when introduced


I am currently visiting my inlaws in Germany and they disagree with your definition. Die Apfelschorle is not Apple cider. It is apple cider or apple juice ( most accept the two terms synonymous) mixed with Sprudelwasser. Please comment.