Wer? Wen? Wem? When and how to use them a2.1 grammar

In this video I am going to teach you about the German question word "who"... which has 3 words in German: Wer, wen and wem. And it can be used in different ways it changes its ending. At the end it all comes down to the German cases. And in this lesson you will learn in detail what the...

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How and when to use the German prepositions zu & bei a2.1 grammar

ZU and BEI are two very important German prepositions which are mostly used as prepositions of direction / location. In this A2 level video you will learn how and when to use them with lots of example sentences and in the bonus tip at the end the difference between "nach", "zu" and "in" which...

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All German Accusative Case Prepositions a2.1 vocabulary


In this lesson you will learn all German prepositions that always use accusative case. For each preposition I will also form example sentences. These are the only German prepositions which always take the accusative case. So write them down. Make your own list and your own examples sentences.

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All German Modal Verbs in Simple Past (Präteritum) a2.1 grammar

In this video you can learn how to build and use all German modal verbs in simple past. In German simple past is called "Präteritum". Example sentences for each modal verb, conjugation in present tense and simple past and a bonus tip at the end of the video, which helps you to memorize how...

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Interview mit YourGermanTeacher german conversations

A couple weeks ago we asked you to send us your questions. Lots of you did so. It was amazing how many questions we received. Thank you very much! In this video we will answer your question. Not all of them since this would have been a super long video, but we picked the ones which we thought...

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WHEN and WHY to use mich oder mir in some useful German phrases b1.1 vocabulary

In this video you will not only learn the reason when you need to use "mich" (Akkusativ) or "mir" (Dativ), but also some common used German short phrases you can use in your daily life in Germany. 

 

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Goethe Zertifikat A1 SCHREIBEN | How to pass the written part. | German A1 Goethe Exam exam preparation

In this video I will guide you through the whole WRITING (SCHREIBEN) part of GOETHE ZERTIFIKAT START DEUTSCH A1 (Test for adults). I will show you step by step, how this test is conducted and show you the way to pass it with ease. Each part of the test is explained in detail to make it really...

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Goethe Zertifikat A1 LESEN | How to pass the reading part. | German A1 Goethe Exam exam preparation

In this lesson I will guide you through the whole READING (LESEN) part of GOETHE ZERTIFIKAT START DEUTSCH A1 (Test for adults). I will show you step by step, how this test is conducted and show you the way to pass it with ease. Each part of the test is explained in detail to make it really easy...

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Goethe Zertifikat A1 HÖREN | How to pass the listening part. | German A1 Goethe Exam exam preparation

In this lesson I will guide you through the whole LISTENING (HÖREN) part of GOETHE ZERTIFIKAT START DEUTSCH A1 (Test for adults). I will show you step by step, how this test is conducted and show you the way to pass it with ease. Each part of the test is explained in detail to make it...

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How to use Nominativ, Akkusativ & Dativ | Let's analyze a German text together! a1.2 grammar

Let's analyze TOGETHER a German text in detail so you can understand the German grammar better. I will take a day in my life and explain you word by word my diary. What is the subject, the verb and objects AND what CASES you need to use for each and WHY. This is an exercise I use already very...

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