Simple Past German Exercises

Hello there, today we are going to focus on the German Simple Past tense, also known as “Präteritum”. This is the tense you’ll use to talk about completed actions in the past, such as something you did yesterday or last week. This is a critical component of German language mastery and will enhance your ability […]

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Superlative Adjectives German Exercises

Today, we’re going to be focusing on an incredibly important part of the German language: superlative adjectives. Just like in English, superlatives in German are used to express the highest degree of something. Whether you’re talking about the tallest building or the fastest runner, understanding how to use and form superlative adjectives can greatly enhance

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Adjective Declension German Exercises

Hello, student! Today, we will explore an exciting part of the German language – adjective declension. By adjusting adjectives in sentences to agree with the noun they modify in terms of gender, number, and case, we can express ourselves more precisely and naturally in German. The activities we’ll go through will help you understand and

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Two-Way Prepositions German Exercises

Hello, student! Today we’re going to focus on improving your understanding of German two-way prepositions. They can be tricky in any language, but with practice, can become easier to handle. German two-way prepositions are unique because they can take either the accusative or dative case, depending on the context. To help you practice these, I

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Opposite Adjectives German Exercises

Hello there, student! Today we’re going to explore the interesting world of German opposite adjectives. Adjectives, as you may already know, are words that describe or modify other words, making your sentences more detailed and colorful. We often use opposites in our everyday speech, so practicing these pairs can significantly improve your communication skills in

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Genitive Pronouns German Exercises

Hello there! We’re going to dive a bit deeper into the German language today and focus on genitive pronouns. They indicate possession, or in other words, show that something belongs to someone. They are an essential part of the German language and are used very frequently in everyday conversation, just like in English when we

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Personal Pronouns German Exercises

Hello dear student! Today, we will focus on German personal pronouns. Pronouns are an essential part of speech and are used to replace nouns in sentences. They can help make our speech and writing less repetitive and more fluid. In German, personal pronouns change depending on the grammatical case they are in. We’re going to

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