German Language Game: Asking for Directions

Quick German Language Game: Asking for Directions

Level: Beginner (A1)
Playing Time: 4 minutes
Ready to stroll around a German-speaking town or city? 
Learn to ask for directions in German by playing this quick interactive German language game.
It's so much more fun to do this in the local language.

And there is another benefit in knowing how to ask for directions in German: Even if you don't understand the answer, it's often a great way to start a conversation with a stranger in a foreign country.

It's easy then to continue the conversation in English or in a language you both speak.


• Entschuldigung - Excuse me
• Wie komme ich...? - How do I get (to) ...?
• zum Bahnhof - to the train station
• zur U-Bahn - to the subway
• Gehen Sie... - Go... (formal)
• nach rechts - to the right
• nach links - to the left
• geradeaus - straight ahead
• danke - thanks

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Posted 13:09PM on February 23 2014 by Peter Rettig
Categories: German | Tags: Asking for directions in german, German, German language game, German online game, Quick german language game