Published: Sat, 25 Feb 2017 11:49:46 +0000
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZAll the elements of a great letter in German, addressing, greetings, conclusions, email, texting abbreviations, and more.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZAn overview of the 4 German noun cases, Nominative, Genitive, Dative, and Accusative, and declensions of the definite and indefinite articles and pronouns.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZShow your gratitude in German by learning how to say thank you and you're welcome, in both an informal and formal way.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZFasching in Germany.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZA variety of ways to say happy birthday in German, whether you are speaking to a friend or writing a more formal card.
2017-02-25T11:49:46Zclass="no-js" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article" > itemprop="description" >Even if you never
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZGet an insight into the fascinatingly simple logic of German last names. The 100 most popular German surnames with their English meaning.
2017-02-25T11:49:46Z'99 Luftballons' was a smash hit for the German pop singer Nena in the 1980s. Learn the German lyrics and discover how they translate into English.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZA thorough list of German girls names, both traditional and contemporary, as well as their meanings and derivations. Page 2.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZThe Many Meanings of Bitte in German.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZCertain German prepositions always take the dative case. Here's how to use words like aus, bei, mit, nach, seit, von, and zu correctly
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZEssential German greetings and greeting behaviors. Formal and informal versions with audio so that your German pronunciation is correct.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZFor good reason, the intersection of the huge topics “religion” and “Germany” is understandably Martin Luther.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZHaben (to have) and Sein (to be) are two of the most important verbs to learn in German for beginners.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZDiscover five peculiarities that are particular to the German language -- including some odd similarities between German verbs and sausages.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZHaben (to have) is one of German's most important verbs. Learning to conjugate helping verbs like this one can expand your fluency exponentially.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZThe German alphabet is not that difficult to learn! Use the tips listed here and the audio pronunciation guide and you'll soon be on your way to learning the ABCs in German.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZOnline resources for beginning German learners. Introductory vocabulary and concepts, plus apps to help you stay motivated and on track.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZCount on this article to give you all the information you need on German numbers from 0 to 1,000, dates, ordinals, cardinals, math terms, more.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZWord order (die Wortstellung) in German is more variable than in English, with verbs moving to the end of the sentence following a subordinate clause.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZLearn the appropriate way to apologize in German, or to excuse yourself, regardless of the situation.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZLearn the history and meaning of German last names, from Achen to Zweig.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZMany languages have masculine and feminine words, but German has neuter, too. These rules can help you remember when to use der, die, das and ein, eine.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZLearning the few German prepositions that are always following by a noun or pronoun in the accusative case is fairly straightforward.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZNeed to congratulate a German? Here is how to express congratulations and other wishes in German to integrate quickly into the German society.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZSome German verbs are always followed by the dative case. While there are a couple of tricks, the best approach is to memorize the chart on this page.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZThe most popular German verbs with their conjugations and sample sentences.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZLearn German expressions related to calendar dates, days of the week, prepositional phrases, months
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZA list of abbreviations used in German SMS texting.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZLearn how to write and address personal letters in German-speaking countries. Explore the vocabulary and a sample letter in German and English.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZLearn the 50 most common German verbs along with their English translations and basic sample sentences for beginners.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZA lesson on German doubtful/dual/two-way/ prepositions that can take on both the dative (location) and accusative (direction or destination) cases.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZGerman colors (Farben) in German and English - with sound. Learn how to properly pronounce and spell all of the colors in German with this lesson.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZThis lesson shows the potential hazards in using German prepositions and tells you how to avoid many 'prepositional pitfalls' you may encounter.
2017-02-25T11:49:46Zclass="no-js" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article" > itemprop="description" >Not-So-Stupid
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZThis is part one of a keyboard-code chart for typing special German characters and symbols on a PC or Mac computer. Learn how to type German.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZComputer keyboard help for German - tips and how to's.
2017-02-25T11:49:46Zclass="no-js" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article" > itemprop="description" >Are you a fan
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZLearn the German adjective endings for the dative and accusative cases. Page 2.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZThere are more than 26 letters in the German alphabet. Here is a breakdown of five peculiar letters and how they are used.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZGehen (to go) is one of the most-used verbs in Germany. Learn how to conjugate it in all tenses with these charts.
2017-02-25T11:49:46Zclass="no-js" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article" > itemprop="description" >The verb werden
2017-02-25T11:49:46Zclass="no-js" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article" > itemprop="description" >The passive voice
2017-02-25T11:49:46Zclass="no-js" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article" > itemprop="description" >Even people who
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZThe Germans have recently discovered Valentines Day. Do you think that's an upgrade of the German culture or rather an oxymoron?
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZThe two basic German past tense forms and their uses
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZRegular German verbs follow a predictable pattern in the present tense. Learn how to conjugate regular German verbs in the present tense.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZA brief overview and explanation of German prepositions and which prepositional case they fall in.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZMaster the German B1 CEFR language exam. This is the first really important exam that you should aim for as it opens many doors.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZHow to be a better German-learner. Learning tips and hints for our online German course for beginners and intermediate learners who wish to review.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZWhat are the most frequent words in spoken German and in German reading materials? See the lists and how they differ for conversation and print.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZFor beginning students of German, it's important to understand pronunciation rules and how each letter of the alphabet sounds in spoken German.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZA German thesaurus offering alternate vocabulary and synonyms for common German words and expressions.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZHow can you speak of love in German? Find the right words to describe your feelings, and see pet names that German couples might use for each other.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZLearn the concept of giving and taking when speaking German.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZThe Position of Nicht. German Language.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZLearn the genealogical history, tradition, and meaning of popular German last names (Nachnamen).
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZDie Familie: An annotated English-German glossary with vocabulary related to the family and relatives. See the terms to use for different relations.
2017-02-25T11:49:46Zclass="no-js" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article" > itemprop="description" >One thing you
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZUse this German-English glossary to familiarize yourself with common German abbreviations. Review them and compare them to their English counterparts.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZYou are probably better off not knowing any of these off-color, dirty, and sometimes offensive German works. But click through if you must.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZA grammar and vocabulary guide to the German prepositions 'zu' and 'nach'.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZThere are a few prepositions in German that properly take the genitive case: statt, trotz, wegen, während, außerhalb, innerhalb among them.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZHow to conjugate three German modal verbs. See the different tenses of duerfen, koennen, and moegen, plus sample sentences and idiomatic expressions.
2017-02-25T11:49:46Zclass="no-js" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article" > Learn or review the German numbers from
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZHow to master the German language exams efficiently. What are they good for and how do I prepare for them the best possible way.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZIn this lesson, you will learn conjugation - alphabetical list - conjugating German verbs.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZLearn German pet names and terms of endearment. Includes English translation and name equivalent.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZA detailed look at the German preposition 'bei' and its English language equivalents.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZThis is the essential German phrasebook all on one page, including common phrases, getting around, dining out, shopping, at the hotel and more.
2017-02-25T11:49:46Zclass="no-js" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article" > itemprop="description" >If you are like
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZGerman Phrases of Love: How to say 'I love you' and make compliments to your loved one in German.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZThe Beatles recorded two of their hit songs in German in 1964. Why did they do that? Find the answer and learn how the lyrics were translated.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZIn this basic lesson, you'll learn about adjectives and colors and adjective endings.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZIn German, the future tense (das Futur) occurs less frequently than in English, but all beginners should master these future tense conjugations.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZDo you know how to speak about dates, times and seasons in German? Explore this annotated English-German glossary of timely words and phrases.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZCreative and poetic ways to wish a happy New Year in German.
2017-02-25T11:49:46Zclass="no-js" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article" > itemprop="description" >The German personal
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZLearn the basics of conjugating regular German verbs in the present tense.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZStudent and teacher talk - an annotated glossary of school-related words and classroom expressions in German and English. Part of the School and Education Glossary.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZIf you travel to Germany, it will help you to know common German computer terms. Use this guide to boost your digital vocabulary in the language.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZLearn about German verbs with inseparable prefixes. For example, these verbs do not add the normal past participle prefix ge- in the perfect tenses.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZThe German news magazine DER SPIEGEL publishes some of its content in English. International readers can subscribe to a free newsletter or RSS feed.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZLearn how to conjugate the German irregular verb wissen, which means to know a fact. See its different tenses and uses in sentences and idioms.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZA quiz on basic German vocabulary for beginners based on previous Words of the Day for Beginners - Words from October 2006.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZHow do you conjugate the German modal verbs muessen, sollen, and wollen? See the different tenses, sample modal sentences and idiomatic expressions.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZIn German, A is Anton, not Alpha. See how the German phonetic spelling code is different from the English/international code, with a full chart.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZThe ins and outs of German capitalization. Part 2: A closer look at the rules.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZA breakdown of German traditions and customs associated with birthday celebrations.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZThe ins and outs of German capitalization. Part 2: A closer look at the rules.
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2017-02-25T11:49:46ZSimple German lesson for beginners, with audio, that covers family and relationship words.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZSoon there will be no more complaints about German being difficult. An expert commission is already working out simplifications to the language.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZSee how to conjugate hundreds of irregular German verbs, also called strong verbs. They don't follow a strict rule, so you need to memorize them.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZWhen to use s, ss or ß in German sentences.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZA look at German toasts and good wishes for many occasions, complete with English translations.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZImprove your understanding of the subjunctive tenses of German verbs with this review. When you finish, take the quiz at the end to test yourself.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZHow do you conjugate the German irregular verb trinken - to drink? See the present and past tenses and how this verb is used so you can drink up.
2017-02-25T11:49:46ZGerman Definite Articles Explained to the German Learner/Student