Classroom – German

Indirect questions in German

Direct and indirect questions Indirect questions are formed in German with a complex clause formed by a main clause and a subordinate clause This is understood better with an example: A direct question would be: Wann ist er geboren? When was he born? The same [...]

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The Subjunctive II (Konjunktiv II) in German

The Subjunctive II (Konjunktiv II) in German The subjunctive is used to express: Desire, dreams, fantasies or imaginary situations. Use of "Konjunktiv II" It is used to express: desire, dreams, fantasies, imaginary situations Was würden Sie machen, wenn Sie Bundeskanzler von Deutschland wären? What [...]

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Prepositions in German

Prepositions in German Use of 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 [...]

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Dual or Two-Way Prepositions in German

Dual or Two-Way Prepositions in German Most German prepositions are always followed by the same case, but dual-prepositions (also called two-way or doubtful prepositions) are prepositions can take either the accusative or dative case. When an accusative/dative preposition answers the question "where to?" [...]

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German Emphasizers and Modal Prticles

German Emphasizers An emphasizer is a word which will emphasize or change the meaning of a sentence. Emphasizers are commonly used in the German language. Unfortunately it’s not always possible to translate emphasizers directly. That’s why we tried our best to [...]

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