Adjectives: comparative and superlative

(Auszug aus dem PDF; extract from the PDF:) 1. Wie bilde ich den Komparativ :Umlaut, -er  Umlaut: a –> ä u –> ü o –> ö Adjektivendung: -el und –er: kein -e im Komparativ: dunkel – dunkler (nicht: dunkeler) Ausnahme: Adjektive aus romanischen Sprachen/Latein: clever, koscher 2. Wie bilde ich den Superlativ? -ste / sten intelligent, intelligenter, […]

German Modal Verbs Exercises solutions

German Modal Verbs Exercises solutions Have you done the exercises? Then, have a look at the solutions: If you have more than three mistakes, please have a look at Modal Verb Table and the explanations. Or have a look at the videos at my Youtube playlist!  dürfen (to be allowed to)             […]

German Modal Verbs Exercises – with pictures and solutions

 German Modal Verbs Exercises Have you already learned the German modal verbs? If not, check the Modal Verb Table and the explanations with videos. Fill in the gap with the correct form. The link to the solutions is at the button!  dürfen (to be allowed to)                     […]

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German Modal Verbs

Modal verbs 1. Conjugation: Forms 2. Rules 3. dürfen 4. können 5. mögen 6. sollen 7. wollen 8. müssen 9. möchten 10. Exercises PDF German Modal Verbs and Youtube playlist 1. Conjugation: Forms dürfen können mögen sollen wollen müssen möchten may can/be able to like shall/should want must/have to like to have Note some irregularities concerning the conjugation: […]

German prepositions: Wechselpräpositionen

1. What are German “Wechselpräpositionen”? 2. List of German Wechselpräpositionen 4. Repetition: Dative and accusative case 5. Example Sentences 6. Exercises for German prepositions with dative and accusative 1. What are German “Wechselpräpositionen” German prepositions are governed by a case – dative, accusative or genitive. In this blog, we focus on the most difficult prepositions: two-way-prepositions or, […]

German word order | PART 3 | German subordinate clauses: dass

German subordinate clauses: Part 3 Now you learn all about the German subordinate clause “dass”. First, you need to learn the rules for the word order, please have a look here. Go to the playlist for the German word order Get the PDF with all information 1. “,dass” functioning as a subject clause There is no big difference […]

German word order | PART 2 | subordinated clauses

German word order – subordinates clauses Part 2 After having learned the three important rules for the main sentence, we focus now on the German word order of subordinated clauses. If you are unsure about the rules for the main sentences, click here for the first videos. These conjunctions (also called subjunctions) “ask for” a subordinate clause: […]

German word order | PART 1

1. German Word order: Basic rules The German word order definitely belongs to the most difficult parts of the grammar. Not difficult to understand, but really hard to use. This is why I give you a step by step guide and a lot of exercises. You always have to bear in mind three simple rules. […]

Possesive Articles – Possessivartikel

Laern with the Video! Lerne & verstehe die Possessivartikel in Deutsch! Schaue die tragische Geschichte von Susi und Franz an! Learn & understand the possesive articles in German. Watch the tragedy of Susi and Franz! Lerne mit dem PDF-Possessivartikel maskulin                            feminin mein [...]