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One in German also: two, three, four, five

Learn how to say ‚one‘ in German, but also the numbers two and three in German up to the number five – Listen to the audios!

One in German - also: two, three, four, five

Numbers One to Five in German – Exercise A

How to learn with part A of the exercise

  1. Read and listen a few times.
  2. Repeat after the speaker.
  3. Make sure that you imitate the pronunciation of the speaker.
  4. After a few repetitions go on to part B (farther below).

Tip: Repetition is key to store it in your long-term memory!


eins (1) one
zwei (2) two
drei (3) three
vier (4) four
fünf (5) five
Was ist…? What is…?
plus plus
minus minus
gleich equals

One, two, three, four, five in German – Exercise B

How to learn with part B of the exercise

Question and Answer Part:

  1. Read and listen a few times to the questions and answers.
  2. Answer the questions in the pauses (you may look also at the answers).
  3. After a few times don’t look at the answers anymore.
  4. Make sure that you imitate the pronunciation of my voice.
  5. Repeat the lesson until you can answer the questions easily.
one, two, three, four five in German


One to five in German – Questions and Answers

Was ist eins und eins? (1 + 1)

Kurze Antwort:

Lange Antwort:
Eins und eins ist zwei.

Was ist eins plus zwei? (1 + 2)
Eins plus zwei ist drei.

Was ist vier minus drei? (4 – 3)
Vier minus drei ist eins.

Was ist fünf minus eins? (5 – 1)
Fünf minus eins ist vier.
Oder: Fünf minus eins ist gleich vier.

Und was ist drei plus zwei? (3 + 2)
Drei plus zwei ist gleich fünf.

Was ist 789621598 + 45968521255?
Ich mache nur Spaß!
Just kidding 😉

Always learn in small steps.

Don’t go on to the next lesson until you have done at least three repetitions. You should be able to answer correctly before the recorded speaker.

Don't stop now - repeat this part again!

Repeat this lesson until you can easily answer the questions.

Personal Pronouns Part 2 and Conjugation of the Word "schlafen"

In the next lesson I’ll introduce you to the personal pronouns: wir, ihr and sie.

You’ll also learn how to conjugate the word ’schlafen‘ which means to sleep.

>>> We, you, they in German

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