The German for garlic is der Knoblauch

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The word in German for garlic is:

der Knoblauch

...which sounds a bit like KNOB LOCK.

So to remember this we have a cartoon picture of a boy looking at giant GARLIC roasting in a machine.

The chef is saying, "Leave the knobs alone, or I will have to get a KNOB LOCK!"
The word in German for garlic is der Knoblauch.
Remembering words with Memory Triggers© like this makes German vocablary learning, remembering and recalling words so much easier. This picture and Memory Trigger is taken from our award-winning cutting-edge technology Learn German - 200 Words a Day! software programme now available on Windows CD.
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How do you remember that the GENDER of the German word for garlic is der Knoblauch

Notice the main characters of the MEMORY TRIGGER© picture are both male?

With all our lessons you are taught to remember the GENDER with the word, because knowing the genders is crucial in German language.

German nouns are either masculine gender, feminine gender, or neuter... and there is often no apparent reason as to why a particular word is given a particular gender!

So if a student of German has a way of remembering a noun's gender you will find this extremely useful - because the noun's gender in German not only affects the adjectives, it varies with the different CASES (that you will learn as you advance with your German language lessons).

  • Masculine nouns feature a male main character, and the voice recordings on our courses is read by a male native German speaker.
  • Feminine nouns feature a female main character and the voice recordings is read by a female native German speaker.
  • Neuter nouns feature our unique Neuter Gender Trigger© - a smoking animal. The animals in various smoking situations help you to learn and remember the neuter gender.
There are no more powerful gender recognition techniques around. Period.

So, whenever you need to recall whether a German word's gender is masculine, feminine or neuter, the answer is in the Memory Trigger© cartoon picture.

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How do you say garlic in German - and REMEMBER it?!Learning without Memory Triggers is often labour lost!

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Check out some RELATED GERMAN WORDS - once you know one - like der Knoblauch, the German for garlic you can build others

Once you know one word, this makes it easier to learn, or recognize, other German words related to der Knoblauch, the German for garlic ... they build like building blocks!

So for example, in German the word for a clove of garlic is: die Knoblauchzehe.
The Germans call garlic sausage, die Knoblauchwurst.
The smell of garlic, is der Knoblauchgeruch in German.
The German word for chive is der Schnittlauch.
The German word for leek is: der Lauch.

Remembering that the word for garlic in German is der Knoblauch

Learn properly and effectively so that you never forget that der Knoblauch is German for garlic.

If you ever think "How do you say garlic in German," and you have done our 200 Words a Day! courses, you will find that the word's Memory Trigger© cartoon just spring into your mind. The hook is lodged there in the subconscious of your brain.

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