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This is the most fundamental of all grammar topics in the German language. The German cases. Nominativ case The Nominativ case is used for the subject of the sentence. The subject of the sentence is the person, animal, or thing that is doing the action. Example: Der Mann kauft einen Kaffee. Here “der Mann” is … Continue reading The German Cases
The German articles must be declined based on the gender of the noun and the cases. Don’t worry, you got this. Read this short article and then do the exercise. And you will see that you will already have a better understanding of this works. No worries, let me help you to understand the German … Continue reading German Articles
Sometimes my students ask me how do you know when to use wenn and also in German. And because of this, I am writing this post, to make life easier for you. In short: We use Als for the past. Wenn is used for present and future events. However, Wenn is also used for the … Continue reading WENN vs ALS
Learning a language can be hard. But picking the right online learning platform should not be. In this guide, you will learn the differences between Preply vs Italki. Both of them match online tutors and students for 1-on-1 lessons. Italki vs Preply are both very similar platforms. However, there are some differences: italki is the … Continue reading PREPLY VS ITALKI – WHICH IS THE BEST PLATFORM?
To Learn German is easy! I help you to figure out the German prepositions. These are words that help us to determine the connection between the object and the rest of the sentence, mainly in terms of time and place. We have created an awesome German prepositions list for you! You can also divide the … Continue reading What you need to know about the German prepositions
The Plusquamperfekt or past perfect is one of the tenses that confuse people sometimes, even German natives. Learn in this article how not to be confused about it. In short: the past perfect or Plusquamperfekt (how we would say in German) is used to express actions that took place before a certain point in the … Continue reading How to use the Past Perfect/Pluperfect Tense (Plusquamperfekt)
German interrogative pronouns are used instead of nouns and pronouns in questions sentences. This article will demystify this topic of german grammar once and for all. The interrogative pronouns in German grammar are:wer, was, wem, wen, and wessen. The below table gives you an overview of interrogative pronouns. Feel free to save it in your … Continue reading How to: German Interrogative pronouns (with Exercise)
What is the German Subjunctive 2 or Konjuntiv 2? The best way to ask polite questions in the business world is to use the Konjunktiv 2. Könnten Sie mich bitte mit dem Geschäftsführer verbinden? Could you please connect me with the CEO? What is the Konjunktiv 2? Let’s start with, when do we use it? … Continue reading Guide to the German Konjunktiv 2
This list is constantly evolving and is supposed to help you find great learning material to improve your German. The order is not based on quality, I merely aim to provide a good list of sources that you can use. Lingolia This is an amazing platform to learn about most of the important grammar topics … Continue reading List of best websites and tools to learn German
Expertlygerman podcast News in German & Prepositions Elektroautos auf den deutschen Straßen Die Anzahl der zugelassenen Elektroautos ist in Deutschland deutlich gestiegen. (die Anzahl = the amount, zugelassen = registered) So sollen es in 2020 über 190.000 neue Elektroautos gewesen sein. Das ist eine Steigerung von über 200 Prozent. (die Steigerung = the increase) Was … Continue reading Podcast Episode #20 – News in German & Prepositions
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