Glossar

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natürlich

A Can I have a glass of water? B Certainly. Coming right up!

Käse

I had a tomato and cheese pizza.

zählbar

A countable noun has a plural.

Kunde

A customer buys things in a shop.

Milchprodukt

Milk, butter and cheese are dairy produce.

(gebratenes) Ei

The Surprize pizza has cheese, tomatoes, spinach and a fried egg.

Knoblauch

There is too much garlic in this dish. It’s too strong.

Schinken

Can I have some ham on my pizza, please?

ehrlich

Honestly, you’re hopeless!

hoffnungslos

You always forget your money. Honestly, you're hopeless!

eine Liste machen

She made a list of the things to take with her.

Fleisch

I'm a vegetarian so I don't eat meat.

Pilz

Have you got any pizzas with mushrooms?

Olive

The Mediterranean pizza has cheese, tomatoes, onions and olives.

Zwiebel

I don't like onions - they're too strong.

Eine Mahlzeit bestellen

The waiter arrived and we ordered our meal.

Pfeffer

You can buy red, green, yellow and orange peppers.

Ananas

A pineapple is a tropical fruit.

Pizza

You can have lots of different toppings on a pizza.

etwas

Something is used to refer to a thing when you do not know what it is.

Spinat

Spinach is a vegetable with dark green leaves.

verhungern

Let's choose something to eat. I'm starving!

Tomate

An Original pizza is just cheese and tomatoes.

unzählbar

An uncountable noun has no plural.

vegetarisch

This is a vegetarian pizza – it has tomatoes, olives and mushrooms.