German Negative and positive statements (Duolingo)

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Below is an overview of the key concepts in this Duolingo lesson. You can also scroll down to see the exact vocabulary words introduced. To jump right into the lesson, click the link to the right. Tips and notes German Negatives There are different ways to negate expressions in German (much like in English you […]

German Clothing (Duolingo)

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Below is an overview of the key concepts in this Duolingo lesson. You can also scroll down to see the exact vocabulary words introduced. To jump right into the lesson, click the link to the right. Tips and notes Kleider – dresses or clothes? das Kleid means the dress, and die Kleider means the dresses, […]

German Nature 1 (Duolingo)

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Below is an overview of the key concepts in this Duolingo lesson. You can also scroll down to see the exact vocabulary words introduced. To jump right into the lesson, click the link to the right. Tips and notes Lakes and seas – false friends ahoy The German for the lake is der See (masculine) […]

German Adjectives: Predicative 1 (Duolingo)

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Below is an overview of the key concepts in this Duolingo lesson. You can also scroll down to see the exact vocabulary words introduced. To jump right into the lesson, click the link to the right. Tips and notes Predicate adjectives Predicate adjectives, i.e. adjectives that don’t precede a noun, are not inflected. Der Mann […]

German Introduction (Duolingo)

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Below is an overview of the key concepts in this Duolingo lesson. You can also scroll down to see the exact vocabulary words introduced. To jump right into the lesson, click the link to the right. (1) Lesson 1 Vocabulary words: heiße, kommt, aus, Deutschland (2) Lesson 2 Vocabulary words: Deutsch, Englisch, sprechen (3) Lesson […]

German The (Duolingo)

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Below is an overview of the key concepts in this Duolingo lesson. You can also scroll down to see the exact vocabulary words introduced. To jump right into the lesson, click the link to the right. Tips and notes Capitalizing nouns In German, all nouns are capitalized. For example, “my name” is “mein Name,” and […]

German Idioms and Proverbs (Duolingo)

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Below is an overview of the key concepts in this Duolingo lesson. You can also scroll down to see the exact vocabulary words introduced. To jump right into the lesson, click the link to the right. (1) Lesson 1 Vocabulary words: Meister, wir, du, nicht, in, alles, sagt (2) Lesson 2 Vocabulary words: das, es, […]

German Flirting (Duolingo)

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Below is an overview of the key concepts in this Duolingo lesson. You can also scroll down to see the exact vocabulary words introduced. To jump right into the lesson, click the link to the right. (1) Lesson 1 Vocabulary words: deine, darf, möchte, dich, wir, nicht, nächste (2) Lesson 2 Vocabulary words: süß, bist, […]

German Food 1 (Duolingo)

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Below is an overview of the key concepts in this Duolingo lesson. You can also scroll down to see the exact vocabulary words introduced. To jump right into the lesson, click the link to the right. Tips and notes The verb haben (to have) In English, you can say “I’m having bread” when you really […]

German Common Phrases (Duolingo)

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Below is an overview of the key concepts in this Duolingo lesson. You can also scroll down to see the exact vocabulary words introduced. To jump right into the lesson, click the link to the right. Tips and notes Simple German Present Tense In English, the present tense can be simple or progressive (as in […]