How to Introduce Yourself in German – A1 Second Lesson

You going to start learning A1 German Language course. Then here you can learn the second lesson, How to Introduce Yourself in German. Try to memorize all the basic words and sentences. All the German words and sentences are with English translation and pronunciation in Urdu language. I write these words and sentences also in Urdu language for your better understanding about German pronunciation.

German Words Meaning in English Pronunciation in Urdu
For Formal Introduction:
Wie heiβen Sie? What is your name?

وی-ہائسن-ذِی؟

Wie ist Ihr Name? What is your name?

وی-اِسٹ-عیئر-ناما؟

Guten Tag. Mein Name ist Muddsar. (Good Day-Hello). My name is Muddsar.

گوُٹن ٹاگ-مائین-ناما-اِسٹ-مدثر

Und Sie?

And You?

اُنڈ-ذِی؟

For Informal Introduction:
Wie heiβt du? What is your name?

وِی-ہائسٹ-ڈُو؟

Guten Tag. Mein Name ist Muddsar. (Good Day-Hello). My name is Muddsar.

گوُٹن ٹاگ-مائین-ناما-اِسٹ-مدثر

Und du?

And You?

اُنڈ-ڈُو؟

If you want to ask names of more than one person:
Wie heiβt Ihr? What are your names?

وِی-ہائیسٹ-عیئر؟

You can said this to others according to right time at day:
Guten Tag Good Day

گُوٹن-ٹاگ

Guten Morgen Good Morning

گُوٹن-مُورگَن

Guten Abend Good Evening

گُوٹن-عیبنڈ

Gute Nacht Good Night

گُوٹے-ناخَت

You can say in the answer of where are you from?
Ich Komme aus Pakistan/India/Bangladesh… I come from Pakistan/India/Bangladesh…

اِش-کُومے-آؤس-پاکستان،انڈیا،بنگلہ دیش۔

Und du? And you?

اُنڈ-ڈُو؟

You can say in the answer of where are you living?
Ich wohne in Berlin. I am living in Berlin.

اِش-وُہنے-اِن-برلن

You can say Good bye in German style:
Tschüss Bye

چُسس

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