By Driver, S. R. (Samuel Rolles), 1846-1914
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The coffee? . the cooking oil? . the fresh ﬁsh section? . the fruit? . the jam? . the meat? . the milk? . the mineral water? . the salt? . the sugar? . the tea? . the vegetable section? . the vinegar? . the wine? . the yogurt? Where are . . . the biscuits/cookies? . the potato chips? das Brot? dahs brote die Butter? dee booter der Käse? dair kay-zeh die Schokolade? dee shohko-lahdeh der Kaffee? dair kahffeh das Speiseöl? dahs shpyzeh-erl die Fischabteilung? dee fish-uptile-oong das Obst?
Es toot meer lite veer zint foal bezetst How many people is it for? Für wie viele Personen? foor vee feeleh per-zonen How many nights is it for? Für wie viele Nächte? foor vee feeleh nesh-teh It’s (4) euros . . Es kostet (vier) Euro ... es kohstet (feer) oy-roh . . per day/per night. pro Tag/pro Nacht. pro tahk/pro nahkt For numbers, see p. 108. Rented Accommodations: Problem Solving Essential Information • If you’re looking for lodging to rent, look for the following words on signs and advertisements.
2–3 ounces/70 grams of prepared salad per person, if eaten as an appetizer to a substantial meal. • 3–4 ounces/100 grams of prepared salad per person, if eaten as the main part of a picnic-style meal. What to Say A slice of . . Two slices of . . . cooked ham. Eine Scheibe ... ineh shy-beh Zwei Scheiben ... tsvy shy-ben gekochten Schinken. ga-kohkten shinken 52 Shopping for Food . . raw cured ham. . roast beef. . cervelat. . tongue sausage. . garlic sausage. . salami. 100 grams of .