German Language Game - I'm hungry!

Our German Quick Language Game today: "Ich habe Hunger." (I am hungry.)

While the direct translation of the English "I'm hungry" also exists in German as: "Ich bin hungrig," the expression "Ich habe Hunger" is more common. Both mean the same.

With this fun, interactive 3-minute German word game, you'll learn and practice several words and phrases related to hunger and eating. Add to your vocabulary and improve your pronunciation. When you play, say the German words OUT LOUD!

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Posted 10:47AM on September 05 2014 by Ulrike Rettig
Categories: German | Tags: German language learning game, German online game, Ich habe hunger, Möchtest du etwas essen?, Zeit zum mittagessen