Common Mistakes in German Language a2.2 vocabulary

In this video I will clarify 10 very common misunderstandings that German language learners of any level might still struggle with. None of which are about difficult grammar, hard-to-spell vocab or exceptions that no one knows about. It's all about simple things that seem obvious to many...

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ZU oder UM ... ZU? A great HACK just for you! 😎 b1.1 grammar

For a lot of German learners it is sometimes confusing and not easy to decide when to use "zu" and when to use "um ... zu". In this video we want to give you a great hack which we actually found on Emanuel's blog https://yourdailygerman.com/. With two simple questions you can figure out which...

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The difference between WENN & WANN with example sentences a2.2 grammar

Wenn oder wann? When to use which and what do they mean exactly? In this video you will learn about those two common used German words which are specially for English speakers a problem since in English you can use the same word for them: when. But no worries you will also learn other...

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How to use "ES GIBT" in German and how to translate it a2.2 grammar

In our daily life in Germany we use this "es gibt" expression quite a lot. The problem is that you can not always translate it the same way and it is actually referring to the existence of something and not the location. More details and lots of examples for statements and questions you will...

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Relative Clauses WITH Prepositions b1.1 grammar


In this German B1 grammar lesson you will learn about relative clauses WITH prepositions. Prepositions with accusative or/and dative case and the sentence structure. Something which is actually very common used in daily life. In the beginning I will briefly explain the basics of a German relative...

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Where to place the AKK & DAT objects b1.1 grammar

Are you not sure where exactly an object is placed in a German sentence? First the accusative object and then the dative object? Or is it the other way around? And how about pronouns? In this video you will learn where to position the accusative and dative objects, nouns and pronouns. There are...

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How to ask the perfect question in German 🧐 a2.2 grammar


In this video you will learn how to form the perfect German question. Specially when talking to people you don't know and you need to use the formal way to talk to them, indirect questions are in spoken and written German very common used. There are a couple German grammar rules you need to...

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How to talk about the future in German? a2.1 grammar

Das FUTUR I: Learn in only 12 minutes how to talk about future in German. I will show you two different ways how to do this, but the focus in this lesson is on the German future tense called FUTUR I. You will learn everything you need to form proper sentences using this grammar.

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Adjektivdeklination | Let's analyze a text! a2.1 grammar

Let's analyze TOGETHER a German text in detail so you can understand the grammar of the declension of German adjectives better. The text is about Antonio who spends his vacation in Switzerland. In this text there are a lot of adjectives which do change their endings. How and why they change I...

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Goethe Zertifikat A2 SCHREIBEN | Written Part exam preparation


In this lesson I will guide you through the whole WRITING (SCHREIBEN) part of GOETHE ZERTIFIKAT A2 (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 to...

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