German Food and Meals Vocabulary

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German Food and Meals

breakfast das Frühstück bread das Brot (e)
lunch das Mittagessen pepper der Pfeffer
dinner das Abendessen salt das Salz
glass das Glas (ä, er) ice das Eis
fork die Gabel (n) vinegar der Essig
spoon der Löffel (-) oil das Öl
knife das Messer (-) sugar der Zucker
napkin die Serviette (n) butter die Butter
plate der Teller (-) table der Tisch (e)
silverware das Besteck dishes das Geschirr
tea der Tee juice der Saft (ä, e)
steak das Steak water das Wasser
cake der Kuchen wine der Wein
chicken das Huhn beer das Bier
coffee der Kaffee soft drink die Limonade
fish der Fisch milk die Milch
ham der Schinken egg das Ei (er)
ice cream das Eis honey der Honig
jam die Marmelade snack der Imbiss
rice der Reis cheese der Käse
salad der Salat mustard der Senf
soup die Suppe pie die Torte (n)

 

Genitive Partitive

The genitive partitive is mostly used when talking about quantities of food.  Both words are in the nominative case in German, and of is not needed.

a glass of water - ein Glas Wasser
a piece of cake - ein Stück Kuchen
a slice of pizza - ein Stück Pizza

 


 

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