A collection of advanced and intermediate German vocabulary with model sentences in German and English – plus audio. These vocabulary archives have been transferred from our former AboutGerman.net site, which is now closed. Over the next weeks and months we will continue to add more vocabulary.
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Das Wort des Tages – Archives
Previous advanced German Words of the Day with audio – archived in groups of three.
- Advanced German – Vocabulary Archive 1 includes these words:
Dachlawine – lotsen – Eilmeldung | View A-1
- Advanced German – Vocabulary Archive 2 includes these words:
Inbegriff – Steppdecke – Mutterwitz | View A-2
- Advanced German – Vocabulary Archive 3 includes these words:
Rabenmutter – eingefleischt – Dompteur | View A-3
- Advanced German – Vocabulary Archive 4 includes these words:
Markise – Feinstaub – stiefmütterlich | View A-4
- Advanced German – Vocabulary Archive 5 includes these words:
Stupsnase – Kaschemme – Rocker | View A-5
- NEW! Advanced German – Vocabulary Archive 6 includes these words:
labil – Dingsbums – Angina | View A-6
- Advanced German – Vocabulary Archive 7 – Coming soon!
- Advanced German – Vocabulary Archive 8 – Coming soon!
- Advanced German – Vocabulary Archive 9 – Coming soon!
INDEX of ADVANCED GERMAN WORDS
The following alphabetical list indicates available German words and a link to the archive (A-1, A-2, A-3, etc.) where a word is found. All words have audio. Check back often for new entries!
Angina > A-6
Dachlawine > A-1
Dingsbums > A-6
Dompteur > A-3
Eilmeldung > A-1
eingefleischt > A-3
Feinstaub > A-4
Inbegriff > A-2
Kaschemme > A-5
labil > A-6
lotsen > A-1
Markise > A-4
Mutterwitz > A-2
Rabenmutter > A-3
Rocker > A-5
Steppdecke > A-2
stiefmütterlich > A-4
Stupsnase > A-5
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