15 Words for ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS 
15 Words for ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS
by German with Jenny
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Date Added: May 19, 2017

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Course Index

  1. 15 Words for ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS
  2. How to Introduce Yourself in German
  3. The ABC
  4. The German 'r'
  5. Regular Verbs
  6. Asking Questions with Regular Verbs
  7. 15 Useful Phrases for Absolute Beginners
  8. Talking About Your Profession
  9. Mini Dialogues - Listening Comprehension
  10. Beginner Phrases - Das ist/Das sind
  11. Stem-Changing Verbs
  12. Dogs
  13. The Days of the Week
  14. Household and Electronic Appliances
  15. Numbers from 1-20
  16. Rooms in a House
  17. 25 Ways to Say Goodbye
  18. Pronouncing the Letter "V"
  19. Pronouncing the Letter Z
  20. The Body Parts
  21. How to Pronounce The German Umlaute
  22. Pronouncing äu eu
  23. The Verb "to have"
  24. The verb "to be"
  25. The Verb "to eat"
  26. Pronouncing "ch" and "sch"
  27. Definite Articles - der
  28. Definite Articles - die
  29. - Definite Articles - das
  30. Listening Comprehension for Beginners: Winter Talk
  31. The Nominative Case - Part 1: Personal Pronouns
  32. The Nominative Case - Part 2: Possessive Pronouns
  33. The Accusative Case - Part 1: The Direct Object
  34. The Accusative Case - Part 2: Personal Pronouns
  35. The Accusative Case - Part 3: Prepositions
  36. The Accusative Case - Part 4: Possessive Pronouns
  37. Wie findest du das? - Review: Accusative Case
  38. How to Say "Thank You" in German - German Vocab and Useful Phrases
  39. "How to Say I'm Hungry" - German Vocab and Useful Expressions
  40. German for Beginners - Surviving in Germany
  41. How to Say "Happy Birthday" in German
  42. Summer Vocabulary
  43. How to Say "You're Welcome"
  44. How to Say "Have a nice weekend"
  45. Die Auslautverhärtung - Vocab & Phonetics
  46. Start Deutsch 1 Oral Exam - Part 1 - Goethe Institute - Prep
  47. Start Deutsch 1 Oral Exam - Part 2 - Goethe Institute - Prep
  48. Regular Verbs - "Special Rules"
  49. The Dative Case - Part 1: The Indirect Object - Definite Articles
  50. The Dative Case - Part 2: The Indirect Object - Indefinite Articles
  51. The Dative Case - Part 3: Personal Pronouns
  52. The Dative Case - Part 4: Expressions
  53. The Dative Case - Part 5: Possessive Pronouns
  54. The Dative Case - Part 6: Prepositions
  55. The Dative Case - Part 7: Dative Verbs
  56. The Difference Between "Wo", "Woher" and "Wohin"

Course Description

In this series of 56 video lessons, learn the absolute basics about the German language with your friendly instructor, Jenny.

The content in this series offers you all you'd need to know to pass a Level A1 German language test. If you are interested in worksheets to practice your skills and get more preparation for the test, visit Jenny's official website and donate to support her great work. Worksheets are available on her website for her fans and supporters.

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