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1
Q

We can also say you (du)

A

Mir kënnen och du soen

2
Q

See you soon

A

Bis geschwënn

3
Q

See you later

A

Bis herno

Bis dann

4
Q

Do you want (formal)

A

Wëllt Dir…?

5
Q

Do you want (informal)

A

Wëlls du…?

6
Q

Gladly, with pleasure

A

Gären

7
Q

What is your name (informal)

A

Wéi heeschs du?

8
Q

What is your name (formal)

A

Wéi heescht Dir?

9
Q

How do you write that?

A

Wéi schreift een dat?

10
Q

To introduce

A

Virstellen

11
Q

It’s a pleasure

A

Et freet mech

12
Q

I’m introducing you to Julien

A

Ech stellen dir/Iech de Julien vir

13
Q

It’s a pleasure to meet you

A

Et freet mech dech/Iech kennen ze léieren

14
Q

Pleased to meet you

A

Enchantéiert

15
Q

Where do you come from?

A

Vu wou kënns du?

Vu wou kommt Dir?

16
Q

My (withfem or plural noun)

A

Meng

17
Q

My (with masc or neuter noun)

A

Mäin

18
Q

Your (sing informal possessor with feminine or plural object)

A

Deng

19
Q

Your (sing informal possessor with masc or neuter object)

A

Däin

20
Q

His or her (with feminine or plural object)

A

Seng

21
Q

His or her (with masc or neuter object)

A

Säin

22
Q

Our (with fem or plural object)

A

Eis

23
Q

Our (w masc object)

A

Eisen

24
Q

Our (w neuter object)

A

Eist

25
Q

Your (formal or plural possessor with feminine or plural object)

A

Är

26
Q

Your (formal or plural possessor with masc object)

A

Ären

27
Q

Your (formal or plural possessor with neuter object)

A

Äert

28
Q

In (a country)

A

An
Ech wunnen an Däitschland
Si wunnt a Frankräich

29
Q

I live in Luxembourg

A

Ech wunnen zu Lëtzebuerg

30
Q

We live in Belgium

A

Mir wunnen an der Belsch

31
Q

In (a city)

A

Zu

Ech wunnen zu Bréissel

32
Q

Contracting prepositions with masculine/neuter dative article
An + dem
Bei + dem
Op + dem

A

An + dem = am
Bei + dem = beim
Op + dem = um

33
Q

A brother

A

Ee Brudder

34
Q

A sister

A

Eng Schwëster

35
Q

Parents

A

Elteren

36
Q

Siblings

A

Geschwëster

37
Q

Grandparents

A

Grousselteren

38
Q

Parents in law

A

Schwéierelteren

39
Q

Father in law

A

Schwéierpapp

40
Q

Mother in law

A

Schwéiermamm

41
Q

Cousin

A

Cousin(e)

42
Q

Uncle

A

Monni

43
Q

Aunt

A

Tatta

44
Q

Pets

A

Hausdéieren

45
Q

Can I help?

A

Kann ech hëllefen?

46
Q

A woolly hat

A

Eng Mutz

47
Q

Pants

A

Eng Box

48
Q

A skirt

A

Eng Jupe

49
Q

A man’s suit

A

E Kostüm

50
Q

A woman’s suit

A

En Tailleur

51
Q

Shoes

A

Schong

52
Q

A jumper

A

E Pullover

53
Q

A t-shirt

A

En T-Shirt

54
Q

Gloves

A

Händschen

55
Q

Dining room

A

D’Iesszëmmer

56
Q

What is that called in Luxembourgish?

A

Wéi heescht dat op Lëtzebuergesch?

57
Q

It (replacing masculine noun)

A

En

58
Q

It (replacing feminine noun)

A

Se

59
Q

It (replacing neuter noun)

A

Et

60
Q

Them (replacing any gender plural noun)

A

Se

61
Q

Not much

A

Net vill

62
Q

Not too much

A

Net ze vill

63
Q

A lot

A

Vill

64
Q

Too much

A

Ze vill

65
Q

A little more

A

E bësse méi

66
Q

A little less

A

E bësse manner

67
Q

Enough

A

Genuch

68
Q

Money

A

Suen

69
Q

Fun

A

Spaass

70
Q

False, wrong

A

Falsch

71
Q

Dark

A

Donkel

72
Q

Easy

A

Liicht

73
Q

Cheap

A

Bëlleg

74
Q

Ugly

A

Ellen

75
Q

Light green/blue/red

A

Hellgréng
Hellblo
Hellrout

76
Q

Dark green/blue/red

A

Donkelgréng
Donkelblo
Donkelrout

77
Q

Nice

A

Sympathesch

78
Q

Open-minded

A

Oppen

79
Q

Friendly

A

Frëndlech

80
Q

Adventurous

A

Aventuréis

81
Q

Ambitious

A

Éiergäizeg

82
Q

Smart

A

Gescheit

83
Q

Polite

A

Héiflech

84
Q

Average

A

Duerchschnëttlech

85
Q

Angry

A

Rosen

86
Q

Childish

A

Kannereg

87
Q

Rude

A

Frech

88
Q

A dress

A

E Kleed