German Question Words - Level B1 and B2

German Question Words – Level B1 and B2

How to ask a question in German A question is a sentence in an interrogative form, addressed to someone in order to get information in reply. In German there are 3 ways of asking a direct question. For more information on how to do that take a look at our How to ask a question […]

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Mon, May 12th 2014 |
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German Vocabulary - Flowers and Garden

German Vocabulary – Flowers and Garden

Flowers and Garden Here are some essential German words focusing on flowers and garden. The tables below are divided into masculine words, feminine words and neutral words. This will help you with remembering the genders. In addition, all plural forms of nouns are shown with the exception of words which have the same form in […]

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Mon, Mar 31st 2014 |
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German Adverbs of Time - Level B1 and B2

German Adverbs of Time – Level B1 and B2

German Adverbs of Time German adverbs of time are words like now, today, or soon that all describe time or express when an event or action takes place. We’ve compiled this guide to help you understand and learn the correct way to use the German adverbs of time. You might want to check out our […]

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Mon, Mar 17th 2014 |
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German Adverbs of Time - Level A1 and A2

German Adverbs of Time – Level A1 and A2

German Adverbs of Time German adverbs of time are words like now, today, or soon that all describe time or express when an event or action takes place. We’ve compiled this guide to help you understand and learn the correct way to use the German adverbs of time. Let’s have a closer look below. Learn […]

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Thu, Mar 6th 2014 |
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The German Verb raten - to guess, to advise

The German Verb raten – to guess, to advise

The verb raten – to guess, to advise strong verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb raten is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of raten through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Learn and enjoy the German […]

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Thu, Jan 16th 2014 |
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German Vocabulary - Countryside

German Vocabulary – Countryside

COUNTRYSIDE Here are some essential German words focusing on countryside. The tables below are divided into masculine words, feminine words and neutral words. This will help you with remembering the genders. In addition, all plural forms of nouns are shown with the exception of words which have the same form in both singular and plural. […]

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Thu, Jan 9th 2014 |
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The German Verb frieren - to freeze

The German Verb frieren – to freeze

The verb frieren – to freeze strong verb, formed with haben / sein Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb frieren is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of frieren through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Learn and enjoy the German […]

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Thu, Dec 19th 2013 |
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Rezept für Glühwein

Rezept für Glühwein

Glühwein Im Winter und besonders in der Vorweihnachtszeit trinken die Deutschen (und auch viele andere Nationen) gerne mal ein Glas Glühwein – auf dem Weihnachtsmarkt, bei Weihnachtsfeiern oder in den eigenen vier Wänden, vor dem Kamin oder dem Fernseher – das heiße Getränk schmeckt immer wieder. In unserem heutigen Blog zeigen wir euch, wie ihr […]

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Fri, Dec 13th 2013 |
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The German verb verschwinden - to disappear

The German verb verschwinden – to disappear

The verb verschwinden – to disappear strong (inseparable) verb, formed with sein Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb verschwinden is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of verschwinden through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Learn and enjoy the German language […]

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Thu, Dec 5th 2013 |
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Rezept für Butterplätzchen

Rezept für Butterplätzchen

Butterplätzchen In der Vorweihnachtszeit freuen sich die meisten Kinder (und auch Erwachsene) auf das Plätzchenbacken. Mittlerweile gibt es Hunderte von Rezepten, doch am beliebtesten sind noch immer die Butterplätzchen. Mit verschiedenen Ausstechformen und Dekorationen können Kinder ihre eigenen Plätzchen kreieren… und natürlich heimlich vom Teig naschen. 🙂 In unserem heutigen Blog zeigen wir euch, wie […]

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Fri, Nov 29th 2013 |
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The German Verb halten - to hold

The German Verb halten – to hold

The verb halten – to hold strong verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb halten is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of halten through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Learn and enjoy the German language with […]

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Thu, Nov 21st 2013 |
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The German Verb zerstören - to destroy

The German Verb zerstören – to destroy

The verb zerstören – to destroy weak (inseparable) verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb zerstören is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of zerstören through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Learn and enjoy the German language […]

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Thu, Nov 7th 2013 |
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German Hangman 31st October 2013

German Hangman 31st October 2013

German Hangman Game 31st October 2013 Time for a game of Hangman. I’m sure you all know how this works but for those that don’t here are the rules: Click on the letters and guess the words If you guess wrong, a piece of the man will appear If you guess right, the letter will […]

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Thu, Oct 31st 2013 |
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Rezept für Zwiebelkuchen

Rezept für Zwiebelkuchen

Zwiebelkuchen Zwiebelkuchen ist ein weitverbreitetes, warm serviertes Gericht in Deutschland und der Schweiz. Dieser herzhafte, mit Schinken und Zwiebeln gefüllte “Kuchen” ist gerade in der Herbstzeit sehr beliebt und wird oft auf Märkten verkauft. In unserem heutigen Blog zeigen wir euch, wie ihr diese Köstlichkeit selber zu Hause machen könnt. 🙂     Zutaten Für […]

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Thu, Oct 31st 2013 |
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The German Verb nennen - to name, to call

The German Verb nennen – to name, to call

The verb nennen – to name, to call mixed verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb nennen is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of nennen through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Learn and enjoy the German […]

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Thu, Oct 24th 2013 |
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German Vocabulary - Time

German Vocabulary – Time

TIME Here are some essential German words focusing on time. The tables below are divided into masculine words, feminine words and neutral words. This will help you with remembering the genders. In addition, all plural forms of nouns are shown with the exception of words which have the same form in both singular and plural. […]

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Thu, Oct 17th 2013 |
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The German Verb leiden - to suffer

The German Verb leiden – to suffer

The verb leiden – to suffer strong verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb leiden is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of leiden through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Present Tense Future Tense Conditional Tense ich […]

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Thu, Oct 10th 2013 |
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Tongue Twister

Tongue Twister

Tongue Twister [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Example sentence: German: Brautkleid bleibt Brautkleid und Blaukraut bleibt Blaukraut. English: Wedding dress stays wedding dress and red cabbage stays red cabbage.

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Tue, Oct 8th 2013 |
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Top 10 German Books

Top 10 German Books

Top 10 German Books In our spare time we like to watch TV, meet friends, exercise or go to the cinema. But when was the last time you read a really good book? One that captivates you and draws you into a different world? If you can’t remember, then it’s time for you to look […]

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Thu, Oct 3rd 2013 |
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The German verb sich überlegen - to consider

The German verb sich überlegen – to consider

The verb sich überlegen – to consider weak, inseparable verb, formed with haben Below are the verb tables detailing how the German verb sich überlegen is formed depending on the tense of the sentence. Knowing the different forms of sich überlegen through the tenses will allow you to construct sentences much easier. Learn and enjoy […]

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Thu, Sep 26th 2013 |
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