Introduction to German with Jenny: A1 Level

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Lecture 1
15 Words for ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS
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Lecture 2
How to Introduce Yourself in German
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How to Introduce Yourself in German
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Learn how to say:

- "My name is..."
- "I am from..."
- "I live in..."

and some more useful German phrases :)
Lecture 3
The ABC
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Learn the German ABC and the pronunciation of the German letters and learn to spell. Learn how to pronounce the German Umlaute and how to pronounce the eszett
Lecture 4
The German 'r'
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The German 'r'
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Find out how to practice pronouncing the German guttural "r" and learn the rules of when to use your throat and when to omit the "r" in German.

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Lecture 5
Regular Verbs
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Regular Verbs
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In this lesson, I will show you how to conjugate regular verbs. We will take a look at the verbs lernen, machen and gehen and form some very useful sentences.
Lecture 6
Asking Questions with Regular Verbs
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Asking Questions with Regular Verbs
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Learn how to form very simple questions in German.
Lecture 7
15 Useful Phrases for Absolute Beginners
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15 Useful Phrases for Absolute Beginners
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For A1 students! Learn how to say:

The window is open.
The door is closed.
The kids are gone.

And more useful sentences for everyday life! Viel Spaß!
Lecture 8
Talking About Your Profession
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Talking About Your Profession
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Learn different professions in German and how to respond to the question: What do you do professionally?
Lecture 9
Mini Dialogues - Listening Comprehension
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Mini Dialogues - Listening Comprehension
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Watch and listen to everyday conversations and dialogues!
Lecture 10
Beginner Phrases - Das ist/Das sind
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Beginner Phrases - Das ist/Das sind
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Learn how to form very simple sentences in German using the phrase "This is..." and "These are...". In this lesson, you will also be learning some important German nouns and their articles as well as a bunch of useful adjectives.
Lecture 11
Stem-Changing Verbs
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Stem-Changing Verbs
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Learn about some of the most important German verbs - The Stem-Changing Verbs.
Lecture 12
Dogs
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Dogs
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Learn some vocabulary about dogs
Lecture 13
The Days of the Week
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The Days of the Week
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Lecture 14
Household and Electronic Appliances
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Household and Electronic Appliances
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Lecture 15
Numbers from 1-20
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Numbers from 1-20
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Learn how to count from one to twenty in German.
Lecture 16
Rooms in a House
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Rooms in a House
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Learn the rooms in a house and some basic sentences in German
Lecture 17
25 Ways to Say Goodbye
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25 Ways to Say Goodbye
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Learn how to say "Bye!" in the formal and informal way as well as "See you later" "See you soon" and more farewells in German! Viel Spaß :)
Lecture 18
Pronouncing the Letter
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Pronouncing the Letter "V"
Learn how to pronounce the letter v in German and get to know some German words with the letter v
Lecture 19
Pronouncing the Letter Z
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Pronouncing the Letter Z
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Lecture 20
The Body Parts
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The Body Parts
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Learn the different parts of the body in German. Learn how to pronounce the words in the singular and plural form.
Lecture 21
How to Pronounce The German Umlaute
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How to Pronounce The German Umlaute
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Lecture 22
Pronouncing äu eu
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Pronouncing äu eu
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Lecture 23
The Verb
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The Verb "to have"
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Learn the conjugation of the verb "to have" and some useful phrases
Lecture 24
The verb
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The verb "to be"
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Learn how to conjugate and use the the verb "to be" in German.
Lecture 25
The Verb
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The Verb "to eat"
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Lecture 26
Pronouncing
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Pronouncing "ch" and "sch"
Learn how to pronounce ch and sch in German
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Lecture 27
Definite Articles - der
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Definite Articles - der
Learn the rules for definite articles in German and the specific endings which indicate the gender of the noun
Lecture 28
Definite Articles - die
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Definite Articles - die
Learn how to determine which nouns are feminine. Some simple rules will make it a lot easier for you to learn the German articles der, die and das.
Lecture 29
- Definite Articles - das
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- Definite Articles - das
Learn the suffixes which require you to use the neutral article "die".
Lecture 30
Listening Comprehension for Beginners: Winter Talk
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Listening Comprehension for Beginners: Winter Talk
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Lecture 31
The Nominative Case - Part 1: Personal Pronouns
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Learn the German personal pronouns and the difference between the three types of "sie"
Lecture 32
The Nominative Case - Part 2: Possessive Pronouns
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Learn the possessive pronouns in German in the Nominative Case
Lecture 33
The Accusative Case - Part 1: The Direct Object
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There are four cases in German: The Nominative Case, The Accusative Case, The Dative Case and the Genitive Case. In this video, you will learn the difference between the Accusative and the Nominative Case.
Lecture 34
The Accusative Case - Part 2: Personal Pronouns
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There are four cases in German: The Nominative Case, The Accusative Case, The Dative Case and the Genitive Case. In this video, you will learn the accusative pronouns in German.
Lecture 35
The Accusative Case - Part 3: Prepositions
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Learn the accusative prepositions and the use of accusative objects. I will also remind you of the accusative possessive pronouns, the accusative personal pronouns and the accusative possessive pronouns. Tables showing the different pronouns will give you a good overview of the Accusative Case
Lecture 36
The Accusative Case - Part 4: Possessive Pronouns
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Learn the possessive pronouns in the accusative case
Lecture 37
Wie findest du das? - Review: Accusative Case
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Find out how to tell people what you think of something or someone
Lecture 38
How to Say
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How to Say "Thank You" in German - German Vocab and Useful Phrases
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Watch the video and then translate
the following sentences

1. Thank you.
2. Thanks, the same to you.
3. Thanks in advance.
4. I thank you. (formal)
5. Thanks a million.
6. I thank you. (informal)
7. Many thanks
8. Thank you very much.
9. Thank you for your help. (formal)
10. Thank you for your help. (informal)
11. Thank you for the advice/consultation. (formal)
12. Thank you for your support. (formal)
13. Thank you for your understanding. (formal)
14. Thank you for the money.
15. Thank you for the present.


Read about the following situations
and then decide what you would say in German


1. A friend gives you a birthday present.
2. A friend says to you: Schönes Wochenende!
3. Someone gives you 20 Euros.
4. Your friend helps you renovate your apartment.
5. Your best friend is celebrating his birthday and he invited you. You tell him that you can't come because you have a terrible headache after a very stressful week. He says he understands.
6. You are sending an email to your boss asking him if you can take a day off next week. You want to thank him in advance.
7. You are very grateful to your cousin because he did you a big favor.
8. Your neighbor took care of your cat while you were on vacation.

SOLUTIONS
1. Danke.
2. Danke, gleichfalls
3. Danke im Voraus.
4. Ich danke Ihnen.
5. Tausend Dank.
6. Ich danke dir.
7. Vielen Dank. / Danke vielmals.
8. Danke schön. / Danke sehr. / Besten Dank.
9. Danke für Ihre Hilfe.
10. Danke für deine Hilfe.
11. Danke für Ihre Beratung. / Danke für die Beratung.

12. Danke für Ihre Unterstützung.
13. Danke für Ihr Verständnis.
14. Danke für das Geld.
15. Danke für das Geschenk.

1. Danke schön! / Danke für das Geschenk! / Vielen Dank. / Danke vielmals. / Tausend Dank.
2. Danke, gleichfalls!
3. Danke für das Geld. / Danke schön. / Vielen Dank. / Tausend Dank. / Danke vielmals.
4. Danke für deine Hilfe.
5. Danke für dein Verständnis.
6. Ich danke Ihnen im Voraus. / Danke im Voraus.
7. Tausend Dank. / Vielen Dank. / Danke vielmals. / Besten Dank.
8. Vielen Dank für Ihre Hilfe. / Vielen Dank für deine Hilfe. (depends on your relationship with your neighbor)
Lecture 39

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"How to Say I'm Hungry" - German Vocab and Useful Expressions
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Lecture 40
German for Beginners - Surviving in Germany
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German for Beginners - Surviving in Germany
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Survival German - Take this Crash Course to learn Basic German Sentences in order to survive in Germany

Are you going to Germany on a business trip?
Do you want to learn the most important German phrases?
Do you hate the German grammar?
Are you spending your vacation in Germany?
Does German sound cool but is too difficult to learn?
Are you looking for a German Crash Course?
Are you worried you won't survive in Germany because you don't speak any German?
If you reply yes to any of the questions above, you should watch this video. You'll be amazed about how easy some German phrases are!!

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For those of you who are only going on vacation to Germany or who are just going on a short business trip or for those of you who are only planning to stay a temporary time in Germany, this lesson is going to be very useful for you because we are not going to go very deep into the German language. I'm just going to teach you the most essential phrases that you need to know in order to survive in Germany, okay? Alright, let's get started.
The first very important phrase that you need to know is: Guten Tag! Because I am sure you are going to be using this a lot, if you go into a store, like a very small store, like a boutique or something, you would be using that phrase, or wherever you go to greet someone, and you are bound to greet people who you don't know, so in that case you would always be using: Guten Tag! Alright?
I've covered all the different greetings in another video so I'm not going to cover all the greetings right now, just the most important ones, okay?
So we have: Guten Morgen! Guten Tag! Guten Abend!
These are three formal greetings.
And then we have: Hallo! (to younger people, kids or just if you are in a more relaxed environment)
If you want to say good-bye you would say: Auf Wiedersehen! (which is also used in a formal environment or whenever you are talking to strangers)
We also have: Tschüs! (which is an informal way of saying good-bye)
So those are the most important phrases: Guten Morgen! Guten Tag! Guten Abend! Hallo! Tschüs! Auf Wiedersehen!
Let's go over to the next point.
You are going to want to say "Excuse me" whenever you are asking someone a question or if you want to know the way, how to get to a place. Whever you are asking a stranger a question, you will want to use the phrase "Excuse me". In German, we say: Entschuldigung.
So when you are going up to someone, you would be saying it in this intonation: Entschuldigung!
Of course, after that you are going to have to say something. So most of the time, you are going to be looking for a place, like a train station or a subway station or a museum or a gas station, whatever. I'm going to give you the most important locations that you need to know. So first of all: Many tourists are always looking for the train station. So in that case, you would be saying: "Ich suche den Bahnhof" which means "I am looking for the train station." "Ich suche" (I am looking) "den Bahnhof" (the train station)
So the complete phrase would be: "Entschuldigung. Ich suche den Bahnhof." I'll say that very slowly. "Entschuldigung. Ich suche den Bahnhof." Next one.
"Entschuldigung. Ich suche die Tankstelle." (Excuse me. I am looking for the gas station.) "Entschuldigung. Ich suche die Tankstelle."
"die" is a definite article. I am covering definite articles in another video as well.
If you want to say: "I am looking for a gas station" as opposed to "I am looking for the gas station", you would be saying: "Entschuldigung. Ich suche eine Tankstelle." Next one.
If you are looking for a hotel, you would be saying:
"Entschuldigung. Ich suche das Hotel 4 Jahreszeiten."
Most of you are going to be looking for an ATM when you are here in Germany. So the phrase would be: "Entschuldigung. Ich suche einen Geldautomaten." I am gonna say it real slow.
"Entschuldigung. Ich suche einen Geldautomaten."
Subway stations are also very common in big cities such as Berlin or Cologne or Munich. The phrase would have to be: "Entschuldigung. Ich suche die U-Bahn-Haltestelle." I am going to say it real slow: "Entschuldigung. Ich suche die U-Bahn-Haltestelle." which means subway station. "Die U-Bahn-Haltestelle" means the subway station. Now you might be looking for the city center. In German, city center is "die Innenstadt". The phrase would be: "Entschuldigung. Ich suche die Innenstadt." You might be looking for a travel agency. The phrase would be: "Entschuldigung. Ich suche ein Reisebüro." I am going to say it real slow. "Entschuldigung. Ich suche ein Reisebüro." You might be looking for a supermarket. The phrase would be: "Entschuldigung. Ich suche einen Supermarkt." And real slow. "Entschuldigung. Ich suche einen Supermarkt." If you want to look for a bakery, you would have to ask: "Entschuldigung. Ich suche eine Bäckerei."
Lecture 41
How to Say
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How to Say "Happy Birthday" in German
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Learn how to say and write Happy Birthday in German
Lecture 42
Summer Vocabulary
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Summer Vocabulary
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Learn vocabulary relating to the summer such as clothing, sun products, beach wear etc.
Lecture 43
How to Say
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How to Say "You're Welcome"
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Lecture 44
How to Say
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How to Say "Have a nice weekend"
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Find out how to say "Have a nice weekend" in German.
Lecture 45
Die Auslautverhärtung - Vocab & Phonetics
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Die Auslautverhärtung - Vocab & Phonetics
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Learn how to pronounce the letters b, d, g, s and v at the end of syllables and words
Lecture 46
Start Deutsch 1 Oral Exam - Part 1 - Goethe Institute - Prep
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Start Deutsch 1 Oral Exam - Part 1 - Goethe Institute - Prep
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I will help you prepare for the oral exam of the Start Deutsch 1 Prüfung
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Skript: Start Deutsch 1 Prüfung – Goethe Institute

- Hi Guys! Hallo Leute!
- Oral Part – Start Deutsch 1 – Goethe Institut
- Introducing Yourself
- Hallo, ich heiße Jenny Schubert. Ich bin 29 Jahre alt und ich komme aus Deutschland. Ich wohne in Lohmar. Meine Hobbys sind schwimmen, Rad fahren und mit meinen Hunden spazieren gehen. Ich arbeite als Übersetzerin. Ich spreche Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch, Spanisch und Portugiesisch.
- Können Sie bitte Ihren Namen buchstabieren?
- J - E - N - N – Y
- Und der Nachname: S - C - H - U - B - E - R – T
- Wie ist Ihre Telefonnummer?
- Meine Telefonnummer ist 777 888 999.
- Ich heiße...
- Ich bin...
- Ich heiße Jenny Schubert.
- Ich bin Jenny Schubert.
- Ich bin XX Jahre alt.
- Ich bin 29 Jahre alt.
- Ich komme aus...
- Ich komme aus Deutschland. Ich komme aus Mexiko. Ich komme aus Schweden. Ich komme aus Frankreich.
- Die USA
- Ich komme aus den USA. Ich komme aus der Türkei. Ich komme aus der Schweiz.
- Ich arbeite als Sekretärin. Ich arbeite als Ärztin.
- Ich bin Arzt von Beruf. Ich bin Ingenieur von Beruf.
- Ich spreche...
- Ich spreche Deutsch und Englisch.
- Ich spreche Türkisch, Russisch und ein bisschen Deutsch
- Meine Hobbys sind Karate, Tanzen und Schwimmen.
- Ich schwimme gern. Ich tanze gern. Ich fahre gern Fahrrad.
- Meine Hobbys sind...
- Ich wohne in...
- Ich wohne in Berlin. Ich wohne in Madrid. Ich wohne in Chicago.
- Danke schön fürs Zusehen und bis zum nächsten Mal. Tschüs!
Lecture 47
Start Deutsch 1 Oral Exam - Part 2 - Goethe Institute - Prep
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Practice the second part of the oral exam of the Start Deutsch 1 Zertifikat which you can take at the Goethe Institut.
Lecture 48
Regular Verbs -
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Regular Verbs - "Special Rules"
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In this lesson, I will show you how to conjugate regular verbs whose infinitive stem ends in -d and -t.
Lecture 49
The Dative Case - Part 1: The Indirect Object - Definite Articles
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The Dative Case - Part 1: The Indirect Object - Definite Articles
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Get to know the Dative Case in German in the first episode on the Dative Case. Learn how to define direct and indirect objects and get to know the definite articles in the Dative Case. Finally, do an exercise with me where we have to find the mistake! Fun stuff!
Lecture 50
The Dative Case - Part 2: The Indirect Object - Indefinite Articles
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The Dative Case - Part 2: The Indirect Object - Indefinite Articles
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Learn the indefinite articles in German in the Dative Case and find out how to form sentences using a direct and indirect object in a sentence. Don't forget to watch my videos on the Accusative Case first, before you take on the challenge of the Dative Case.
Lecture 51
The Dative Case - Part 3: Personal Pronouns
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The Dative Case - Part 3: Personal Pronouns
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Learn the Dative Pronouns
Lecture 52
The Dative Case - Part 4: Expressions
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The Dative Case - Part 4: Expressions
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Learn important expressions using the Dative Case
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Lecture 53
The Dative Case - Part 5: Possessive Pronouns
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Learn the possessive pronouns in the Dative Case in German. This video shows you a table with all of the possessive pronouns and their endings for each gender and for singular and plural. Example sentences will help you understand their usage.
Lecture 54
The Dative Case - Part 6: Prepositions
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The Dative Case - Part 6: Prepositions
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Learn the German Dative Prepositions and how to use them in a sentence.
Lecture 55
The Dative Case - Part 7: Dative Verbs
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Learn the most important Dative Verbs in this lesson: gefallen, gehören, helfen, glauben, verzeihen, passen, schmecken, leid tun, weh tun. You are provided with some example sentences using Dative Pronouns, which are being reviewed in this lesson as well.

Watch my other videos on the Dative Case:

Part 1: The Indirect Object - Definite Articles: https://youtu.be/p6Zu_h8xOWE
Part 2: The Indirect Object - Indefinite Articles: https://youtu.be/70WSSLak8rU
Part 3: Pronouns: https://youtu.be/KmfuB5ZK7iE
Part 4: Expressions: https://youtu.be/VQQ6gxtVNMs
Part 5: Possessive Pronouns: https://youtu.be/uSrufNUTxJI
Part 6: Prepositions: https://youtu.be/7Kv1bex__J0
Lecture 56
The Difference Between
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The Difference Between "Wo", "Woher" and "Wohin"
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Learn about the three questions words "wo", "woher" and "wohin" meaning where, where from and where to. Learn how to use them in a sentence and how to distinguish them from one another.