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How to Say "I'm tired" - Vocab and Phrases
by German with Jenny
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Date Added: May 19, 2017

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Learn how to express yourself when you are feeling tired in German.

Course Index

  1. How to Say "I'm tired" - Vocab and Phrases
  2. The Verb "Can"
  3. Mobility
  4. Separable Verbs - Present Tense
  5. Word Order - Part 1: Position of Main Verbs in Main Clauses
  6. Word Order - Part 2: Questions
  7. Word Order - Part 3: Time Manner Place
  8. Word Order - Part 4: Direct & Indirect Objects
  9. The Verb "to come"
  10. The Verb "sagen"
  11. kein vs. nicht
  12. How to Say "I don't have time" in German
  13. How to Say "I'm going home"
  14. How to Use the Verb "dabeihaben"
  15. How to Say "Do you have...?"
  16. The Verb 'to sleep'
  17. The Verbs "to hear" vs. "to listen" / B1
  18. ennen vs. wissen | sich auskennen
  19. frühstücken ∙ zu Mittag essen ∙ zu Abend essen
  20. How to Say "I don't know" and "No idea" - German Vocab + Expressions
  21. How to Say "How was your weekend?" and more useful phrases
  22. The Difference Between "schon" and "schön"
  23. ow To Use "anymore" in a Sentence
  24. How to Say "This is Fun!"
  25. 25 Useful Everyday Phrases
  26. The Preposition "bei"
  27. How to Say "I Need to Improve My German!"
  28. Job Vocab, Phrases & Listening Comprehension
  29. How to Say "I'm going to someone's place" and "I'm at someone's place"
  30. "in" vs. "nach" vs. "zu" - German Prepositions
  31. Listening Comprehension: Mysterious Yellow Ball
  32. "to be" in the Preterite Tense - Conjugation & Phrases
  33. How to Say "I like to..." - German Vocab and Useful Expressions
  34. How to Say "I Would Like To..."
  35. How to Express Pain
  36. The Perfect Tense - Part 1: Regular Verbs
  37. The Perfect Tense - Part 2: Verbs of Movement
  38. The Perfect Tense - Part 3: Separable Verbs
  39. How to Say "I Bought Myself..."
  40. 30 Excuses for Being Late - Simple German Sentences
  41. 111 English Words in the German Language
  42. How To Say "This is not working"
  43. How-Questions - wie lange, wie spät, wie viel, wie hoch
  44. When-Questions - wann, seit wann, bis wann, ab wann
  45. Come visit me! - The Verb "besuchen" - Vocab + Listen
  46. The Genitive Case - Part 1: Definite Articles
  47. The Genitive Case - Part 2: Indefinite Articles
  48. Listening Comprehension: 100 Things Jenny Likes and Doesn't Like
  49. "if" and "when" - als, wenn, ob, wann
  50. The Top 100 German Verbs
  51. Two Way Prepositions - Dative OR Accusative
  52. - The Difference between "sich setzen" and "sitzen"
  53. How to Say "Happy New Year"
  54. to get on, in, out, off a bus, train, car... / B1
  55. Subordinating Conjunctions - Part 1: weil - dass - ob
  56. Subordinating Conjunctions - Part 2: wenn - bevor - damit - obwohl
  57. Subordinating Conjunctions - Part 3: wann - wo - was - wer - wie
  58. Studying in Germany: Part 1 - Essential Vocab & Phrases
  59. Studying in Germany: Part 2 - "studieren" vs. "lernen"
  60. Flying: Vocabulary, Useful Phrases and Listening Comprehension -B2
  61. Sleeping: Vocab, Phrases and Listening Comprehension -B2
  62. How to Say "Happy Easter" - Explaining Easter Holiday Traditions
  63. Adverbs of Time - Part 1: Syntax
  64. Adverbs of Time - Part 2: morgens ∙ mittags ∙ abends ∙ nachts
  65. Adverbs of Time - Part 3: seit ∙ lang ∙ vor
  66. Adverbs of Time - Part 4: "her" vs. "vor" (ago)
  67. Adverbs of Time - Part 5: für ∙ schon lange ∙ seit langem
  68. Adverbs of Time - Part 6: eben ∙ gerade ∙ gleich
  69. My Only Chance!!! - nur ∙ bloß ∙ lediglich ∙ erst ∙ einzig
  70. I'm disappointed... - enttäuscht ∙ enttäuschend ∙ Enttäuschung
  71. Eine Woche ohne Internet - Book Review: Reading + Listening
  72. Subordinating Conjunctions - Part 4: Useful Phrases
  73. Subordinating Conjunctions - Part 5: Phrases with "dass"-clauses
  74. Asking Questions - Mit wem?
  75. 50 Adjectives & Opposites
  76. Listening Comprehension - Im Wald
  77. There was/were - Es gab - Perfekt vs. Präteritum
  78. Adjective Endings - Nominative - Definite and Indefinite Articles
  79. Adjective Endings - Accusative - Definite and Indefinite Articles
  80. Adjective Endings - Dative - Definite and Indefinite Articles
  81. Adjective Endings - Genitive - Definite and Indefinite Articles
  82. QUIZ! - Adjective Endings - Definite & Indefinite Articles - ALL CASES
  83. I Need New Ones! - Adjectives Used as Nouns
  84. At the Pharmacy - In der Apotheke - Vocab & Listening Comprehension
  85. Colloquial German - This Makes Me Wanna PUKE! - Vocab + Listening
  86. Vielleicht... Eventuell... Möglicherweise... Mag sein... Kann sein...
  87. Making suggestions - Dialogues on the Street
  88. to start - to stop - anfangen - aufhören
  89. I'm all alone! - ganz allein
  90. Jenny is looking for an apartment in Berlin - Vocab & Listening
  91. The Verb 'to practice' - Vocab + Listening Comprehension
  92. He Lied to Me... But the Truth Will Come out! - lügen - anlügen
  93. als vs. wie - Comparisons in German
  94. Subordinating Conjunctions - Part 6: selbst wenn

Course Description

In this series of 94 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 A2 German language test. Some of the videos in this series also covers Level B1 material. 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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