2016-10-24T11:04:13ZVerb Review 2: Modals, with a self-scoring exercise for verb tenses in German.
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZThe ins and outs of German capitalization. Part 2: A closer look at the rules.
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZThere are wines in Germany that demand personal attention and there are many, many outstanding German wines with which you may not be familiar or which will astonish you when you learn of them. A journey of delight and enlightenment awaits. Prosit!
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZIn this lesson, you will learn the German verb lassen and conjugate it in all tenses - lassen (to let, leave, allow).
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZHow to figure out word order in German including the present perfect tense, weak verbs, strong verbs, mixed verbs, and helping verbs.
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2016-10-24T11:04:13ZA closer look at German adverbs erst and nur.
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZThis German-English glossary of cooking ingredients, instructions, and food-preparation terminology can help you interpret recipes that are in German.
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZFeiertag-Kalender: A special calendar with the dates for national and regional holidays, custom days and movable feast days in German-speaking Europe.
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZA closer look at the German verb brauchen.
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZHow to avoid a common translation danger - the German words for 'people'
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZAn interesting look at the last names of well-known Germans, Austrians, and Swiss personalities, living and dead. Where do these names come from? What is their meaning? Decoding surnames is a tricky business and many family names are not what they appear to be. Find out more about names of people with names such as Adenauer, Daimler, Klum, Mozart, Schwarzenegger, or Weissmuller.
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZIs the British royal family actually German royalty? How the 'House of Windsor' came from the 'House of Saxe-Coburg' and the 'House of Hanover'.
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZThe 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.
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZA quiz on basic German vocabulary for beginners based on previous Words of the Day for Beginners - Words from October 2006.
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZHow to be a better German-learner. Learning tips and hints for our online German course for beginners and intermediate learners who wish to review. Page 2.
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZOf the 82 million people living in Germany an estimated 300,000 to 500,000 have some form of African heritage. Germany's blacks fall into several historical and ancestral categories. A few of them are well-known as writers, TV personalities, entertainers, sports figures, and actors.
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZA popular Christmas tradition, hanging a glass pickle ornament on the tree, claims German origins, but the truth has proved elusive.
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZA lesson on the many 'by' expressions in German - part of our guide to avoiding German prepositional pitfalls.
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZDifference Between 'Sehr' And 'Viel'
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZAs in English, the past participle of a German verb may be used as an adjective or adverb. Learn German grammar - participles as adjectives and adverbs.
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZThe Germans have recently discovered Valentines Day. Do you think that's an upgrade of the German culture or rather an oxymoron?
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZThe German verb 'lassen' has many uses. Our lesson examines each meaning and provides examples in German and English.
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZAn explanation of the common German mistake of interchanging 'wie with 'als'.
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZMore poetry rhapsody from Germany.
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZTips for using German links on the Web to learn the language.
2016-10-24T11:04:13ZThe Position of Nicht. German Language.