Classroom – German

German A1 Speaking Test

German A1 Speaking Test Vorstellung : Introducing Yourself in German - Hi Guys! Hallo Leute! - Oral Part – Start Deutsch 1 – Goethe Institut - Introducing Yourself - Hallo, ich heiße Jenny Schubert. Ich bin 29 Jahre alt und ich komme aus Deutschland. Ich [...]

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German: A1 Hints on Writing Letter

Tips to Help Students Write Letters in German Tips to Help Students Write Letters in German Informal Letters Writing a letter Students can start writing a letter in German by pretending to be on holiday. Let them attempt a postcard or a letter in [...]

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Use of Dative and Accusative

Erklärung zur Verwendung von Dativ und Akkusativ DER DATIV Das Verb im Satz definiert das Objekt (Genitiv, Dativ oder Akkusativ). Die zweite Form, die Nomen oder Pronomen haben können, heißt „Genitiv“. Sie zeigt den Besitz einer Person an und ist heute schon nicht [...]

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Adjective declension in German

Adjective declension in German Adjective declension is one of the most complicated tasks in the German language. Sometimes they are declined (there are three types of declensions) and other times not. But don’t worry; we will explain it so that you [...]

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Important German verbs

Important German verbs for Beginners Do you know all 50 of the most basic and frequently used words in German language? How we generated this list: First we took the verbs which are suggested for beginners and which are necessary to pass [...]

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Prepositions in German

Prepositions in German Prepositions are used as a union between a noun, verb or adjective with another noun, verb, adjective or adverb. The use of one preposition determines the case used for nouns, articles, adjectives and pronouns Prepositions with Accusative bis durch [...]

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Greetings and Introduction in German

Learn How to speak German! Greetings and Introduction in German How do you say hello and introduce yourself in German? The basics of the German language. Greetings, saying goodbye and basic phrases to start speaking German Welcome to the first article for learning German [...]

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Negation and Affirmation in German

Negation and Affirmation No in German. The types of negation: "nein", "nicht", "kein", "nie", "niemand", "nichts"... Types of Negation: "Nein", "nicht", "kein" Nein We use "nein" when we answer negatively to a direct question. Hast du einen Kuli? Nein Do you have a pen? No Nicht We [...]

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