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Spanish is on the increase, French is on the decrease and German is hardly being learned at all in UK schools. 80% of all 15 – 30 ..read more
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Hallo liebe Schülerinnen und Schüler, Herzlich Willkommen zu unserem Podcast! Das heutige Thema: Ein namenloser Bube. Warum ..read more
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A Beemer, or BMW, made by the famous German car manufacturer Bayrische Motorenwerke in Munich is a popular accessory for many and certainly ..read more
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Hallo liebe Schülerinnen und Schüler, herzlich Willkommen zu unserem Podcast. Beim Deutschlernen befindet ihr euch sicherlich manchmal ..read more
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Hallo, liebe Schülerinnen und Schüler. Herzlich Willkommen zu unserem Podcast. Fährt man in Deutschland mit einem der vielen ö ..read more
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Hallo und herzlich willkommen! Heute ist der 6. Januar 2019. Das Jahr ist 6 Tage alt und es ist ja noch angebracht, euch ein Frohes ..read more
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Grammatical gender of nouns is indicated by the definite articles. Der – masculine noun, die – feminine noun, das – neutral noun. ..read more
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Possessive articles indicate to whom or what something belongs. For example: Is this your pen? No, this is my pen. A conjunction joins ..read more
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A definite article (“the” in English) refers to a particular, specific noun. In German, these are die, der and das, and all their ..read more
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Being able to understand grammar terminology is crucial. But many people learning German find it difficult to come to grips with it. In 4 ..read more

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