learn german time

Step by step you will manage to learn the German time! Watch all the videos and with every new knowledge, you’ll build up your German Grammar Castle. This way, you know exactly how long you have to go.. 1. Spoken language (Umgangssprache) It differs greatly from English. Always have a look at this system: vor […]

German pronunciation: Word Stress

How to stress German words? Don’t worry, it is not too difficult. You have to learn the separable and inseparable prefixes. Have a look at the video and do the exercises, that are in the video. With enough practice, you’ll be proficient in German pronunciation! 1. Words with two syllables accent on stem (first syllable) fragen kommen […]

German pronunciation: How to pronounce German Consonants

Here, I try to show you how to pronounce German Consonants. For part 1 of the German pronunciation, have a look at the pronunciation of the Vowels. German in general is a much more phonetically consistent language than English. This means, as soon as you know the rules, you’ll be able to read German texts. However, […]

German pronunciation: Learn all about vowels

German pronunciation: facts German pronunciation is more or less regular – that doesn’t mean it is logic for most speakers. Get used to the pronunciation of the vowels. First, be aware: your tongue is a muscle: you need to exercise! Stand in front of the mirror and pretend that you are an actor/actress! To learn new vowels, […]

German dative prepositions: Learn with a song!

1. What are German dative prepositions? 2. List of German Dative Prepositions 3. Special case: zu, bei and nach 4. Repetition: Dative case 5. Example Sentences 6. Exercises for prepositions with dative 1. What are German dative prepositions? Certain German prepositions are governed by the dative case. That means that after these prepositions, you need to use […]

German accusative prepositions: Learn with a song!

1. What are German Accusative Prepositions? Certain German prepositions are governed by the accusative case. After these prepositions, you need to use all articles, pronouns and adjectives in the accusative case. Pre-position literally means “position in front (of something!)”, so every prepositions needs to be followed by a noun or pronoun. This “case-concept” doesn’t exist in English, Spanish or French (if […]