The different meanings of the Luxembourgish word WÉI

Luxembourgish word wéi

In Luxembourgish the word wéi has several meanings and different usages. The first phrases you learn in your learning journey are: Wéi geet et? or Wéi heeschs du? In these examples Wéi is a question word and translates into How. But this is only one meaning of this word. Let’s get started with: Wéi  –  a … Read more

15 Sentences and 1 conversation for making formal phone calls in Luxembourgish

Luxembourgish Vocabulary phone

For some people, speaking on the telephone can be awkward or even terrifying. Nevertheless, for those living in Luxembourg or doing business with those in the country, having to use the language on the phone is eventually unavoidable. Whether it’s trying to get information from an agency, or arranging an appointment at the doctor’s or just … Read more

All you need to know about Relative Pronouns

Luxembourgish lesson relative pronouns

In this lesson you will learn what a relative pronoun is and when to use them and how to use them correctly. What are relative pronouns? Are you still familiar with relative pronouns in English? In English, relative pronouns are the words who, which, that, whom and where. These types of pronouns serve several purposes: … Read more

8 ways to wish someone Good Luck in Luxembourgish

Sometimes you need to wish someone good luck but what else can you say than the traditional Alles Guddes which I am pretty sure you have heard so many times. There are formal ways of wishing good luck and also casual ways. Alles Guddes can be used in formal and casual situations.  Alles Guddes fir … Read more