German Phrase of the Day! It’s already time to go to sleep.

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Are your days feeling really long or short?! For my kids, they are just flying by, and with the sun out SOOOO late, they are constantly saying, “It’s already time to go to bed?!” when bedtime hits.

And I’m like YES. We all need some quiet from you! lol As sweet and as cute as you are… it’s a lot homeschooling and working from home with everyone stuck in the house!

So if your kids are surprised that it’s already bedtime, and you’re like, “It’s already time to go to bed!” then this phrase is totally for you!

 

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Okay, we are doing our
Phrase of the Day, and this week we’re

focusing on kids’ phrases! Kids’ Phrases!
And, I’m Adelaide with TalkBox.Mom,

and I am Darian with TalkBox.Mom too!
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Now, today’s phrase is,
“It’s already time to go to sleep?”

Wait, really?!
No, but that is what you say all the time.

But I say it like this, “It’s already time to go to sleep.”

And then you say, how would you say it?
“It’s already time to go to sleep.”

How would you say that?
Like, what voice would you use?

10 more minutes!
Oh, that’s what you would say? Okay.

So, let’s learn how to say that.

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Now, if you have the $35 phrase book
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in the language of your choice, and I’ll show you how to do that on the app,

but today we’re going to do-
It wants to push the button!

-the phrase in…

…Okay, Darian, choose the language!
Head butt! You chose German! What? German?

Okay, so to get to this phrase, we’re going to go to “S.”

For super spanking!
And we’re going to go to “Sleep.”

Okay. Super spanking is better.
Oh my gosh, these people!

Okay, and we’re going to the phrase,

“It’s already time to go to sleep.”

Okay, let’s hear the German say it.

Let’s say it with her.

“Es” “Es” “ist” “ist” “schon” “schon” “Zeit” “Zeit” “schlafen” “schlafen” “zu” “zu” “gehen” “gehen”

“Es ist schon Zeit schlafen zu gehen.”
“Es ist schon Zeit schlafen zu gehen.”

And that means,
“It’s already time to go to sleep.”

“Es ist schon Zeit schlafen zu gehen.”
I’d say, “Ja!” “Yes!”

I just had plastic surgery on my eyes.
They don’t feel good.

They don’t feel good? Well, you know what?
“Es ist schon Zeit schlafen zu gehen.”

So, when you start using this phrase;
you can just start using

with your kids and tell them that means,
“It’s already time

to go to sleep,” and you can use that.

Sometimes they don’t have any clue and then they’ll get confused. Yeah, and in German

there’s actually two ways to say this phrase.

Would you guys like to do the second way?

Yeah, let’s see the second way!

“Es” “Es” Say it with me. “ist” “ist” “schon” “schon” “Zeit” “Zeit” “fürs” “fürs” “Bett.” “Bett.”

“Es ist schon Zeit fürs Bett”
“Es ist schon Zeit fürs Bett”

That is like a longer one, but like more, more…
That one’s like “It’s time for bed.”

“It’s already time for bed,” but that’s like, it felt like, “Es ist schon Zeit fürs Bett.”

Like that. Okay! If you’re using this phrase, in whatever language we would

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Tag us in your stories @talkboxmom

And we’ll love to see you there and
continue this party.

All right.

Bye, everybody!

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