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Ice in German 🇩🇪


in English in German S
ice das Eis
How to say “ice” in German? “Das Eis”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “das Eis” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on ice in German like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

German Sentences with the Word “Ice”

German sentence with “das Eis” English translation for das Eis S

Sie hat gestern das Eis gegessen

She ate ice cream yesterday

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Tips to remember the German word ‘das Eis’:
– Associate “Eis” with “ice” since they share the first letter and both have a short, crisp sound.
– You can imagine a melting ice cube and associate the water droplets with the ‘s’ at the end of ‘Eis’.
– Use mnemonic devices like “Eis is nice when it’s ice.”

Explanations:
– ‘Das Eis,’ pronounced [das aɪ̯s], is a neuter noun in German.
– The article ‘das’ is the neutral definite article, equivalent to “the” in English.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ‘Der Frost’ can also refer to a frozen state but is more akin to “frost.”
– ‘Das Gefrorene’ is a more generic term for “the frozen (thing).”

Alternate meanings like slang:
– In a different context, ‘das Eis’ can also mean ‘ice cream’ in German.
– As slang, when someone breaks ‘das Eis’, they are breaking the ice in a social setting, similar to the English expression.

Examples of sentences that use ‘das Eis’:
– Im Winter ist der See immer mit einer ****en Schicht Eis bedeckt. (In winter, the lake is always covered with a thick layer of ice.)
– Möchtest du ein Eis essen? (Do you want to eat some ice cream?)
– Wir sollten das Eis brechen und das Gespräch beginnen. (We should break the ice and start the conversation.)
– Pass auf, wo du gehst – überall ist Eis auf dem Gehweg. (Be careful where you walk – there’s ice all over the sidewalk.)

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