Modalverb K├ľNNEN - can a1.1 vocabulary

In this video you will learn everything you need to know about the modal verb to can. First I will teach you what a modal verb actually is, then we do the conjugation of the modal verb "können", I will give you examples to practice. Then you will learn the 3 different situations when we use...

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ALL A1 German Irregular Verbs a1.2 vocabulary

Always worried about the German irregular verbs? In this video you will learn ALL verbs which are irregular and you need to know for A1 level. Unregelmäßige Verben Deutsch A1. Instead of downloading a list from the internet, write you own list!

Take this time to write your own list...

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How to use "deshalb" in a German grammar a2.1 vocabulary

In this video you will learn how easy it is to use the conjunctive adverb "DESHALB" to connect two sentences. Besides the most common sentence structure and lots of examples I will also show you the difference between "DESHALB" and "WESHALB" in the BONUS TIP of this video. To make sure you know...

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Goethe Zertifikat A1 SPRECHEN exam preparation

In this lesson I will guide you through the whole ORAL (SPRECHEN) 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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The German Past Participle - Exceptions a1.2 grammar

When we talk in perfect tense (das Perfekt) you need to use a past participle (Partizip 2). Most German past participles start with ge-. But sometimes they don't. In this video you will learn when you don't need to add this GE at the beginning of the past participle and why. Its all about...

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Der Die Das? | German Genders Explained a1.1 grammar

Is it der, die or das? What gender, which article to use for German nouns? In this video you can learn ALL existing tips, tricks and hacks how to figure out the gender of each and every noun.

There are 3 different ways how to determine the gender of a noun: - biological sex - meaning - suffix...

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