German Adjectives with Q

There actually aren’t any common German adjectives that begin with the letter “Q” that are suitable for A1 learners.

The letter “Q” is not very common in native German words, and adjectives with “Q” usually come from loanwords or technical terms. These can be difficult to remember and pronounce for beginners.

However, if you’re interested in exploring all words with “Q” that can be adjectives, here are a few examples (but not recommended for A1 level):

  • quadratisch (square) – This describes a shape with four equal sides.
  • qualifiziert (qualified) – This describes someone who has the necessary skills or experience for a job.

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