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Personalpronouns & Verbs

Personalpronouns (I, you,…) & Verbs (come from…) of the German Language
Irregular Verbs (to be,…) of the German Language

Introduction: Welcome on board!

Your German Language Course Method

Articles, Vocabulary and Sentence Structure

The Articles (the, a,…) of the German Language
Free Translation and correction tools of the German Language
How to choose new Vocabulary of the German Language
Sentence Structure of the German Language
A big support? 🙂

Your 1rst Case: Nominative (der Mann…)

Why are there cases of the German Language?
Your 1. Case: Nominative of the German Language
Nominative – Adjective Endings of the German Language

Adjective (big, small,…)

Colors of the German Language of the German Language
Other Adjectives (descriptions) of the German Language

Your 2nd Case: Accusative (den Mann…) of the German Language

Accusative (Movement & senses actions) of the German Language
Accusative – Adjective Endings of the German Language
Reflexive Verbs (myself, yourself,…) of the German Language
Accusative Training of the German Language

Numbers & Time

Numbers of the German Language
Ordinalnumbers and date of the German Language
Time of the day of the German Language
Periods of the days of the German Language
Weekdays of the German Language
Months of the German Language

Negation & Sentence Structure II

Negation & Sentence Structure II of the German Language
Additional Negation Info of the German Language

Modalverbs, Imperative, Comparative

Modelverbs (could, would,…) of the German Language
Imperative (give orders) of the German Language
Comparative (compare things with each other) of the German Language

Extra Bonus!

To greet in the German Language
Country names and cultural, historical stories of the German Language 🙂
The verb to know in the German Language
German Pronunciation in the German Language

Extra: Practice your German Language

Extra of your German Language Course
Bonus Lecture!