German Basics 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 Capitalizing nouns In German, all nouns are capitalized. For example, “my name” is “mein Name,” and […]

German Basics 2 (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 plurals – the nominative Case In English, making plurals out of singular nouns is typically […]

German Animals 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 Unlike English, German has two similar but different verbs for to eat: essen and fressen. The […]

German Accusative Case (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 Cases In English, the words “he” and “I” can be used as subjects (the ones […]

Duolingo

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Duolingo has quickly emerged as perhaps the most popular and powerful language learning app. It feels like a game, but┬áprovides a complete language education (including speaking, writing, and more). Best of all, it’s completely free! Each day you play Duolingo, you’ll earn points for completing one or more small quizzes. You can set a daily […]