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How are you?
pretty good (quite well)
Es geht so.
I‘m fine. (It‘s going OK.)
your friend (female)
your friend (male)
my friend (female)
my friend (male)
Woher kommst du?
Where do you come from? (Where are you from?)
Wie heiβt der Junge?
What‘s the boy‘s name?
Wie heiβt das Mädchen?
What‘s the girl‘s name?
Er ist neu hier.
He is new here.
Sie ist nicht neu hier.
She is not new here.
Kennst du das Mädchen?
Do you know the girl?
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