Deutsch lernen: Mein Zimmer – Dativ + Präpositionen – German for children + beginners

Wortschatz und Beispielsätze zu den folgenden Themen für Kinder, Anfänger und leicht Fortgeschrittene: ( A1 — B1 ) Nice way to learn German. Vocabulary and useful example sentences / simple phrases covering the following topics for children and beginners: Möbel – furniture Haus und Haushaltsgegenstände — house and household items Alltagsgegenstände — items of every day use Farben und Muster— colours and patterns Haustiere — pets Spielzeug – toys Grammatik — grammar: Dativ — dative case Präpositionen — prepositions Satzbildung — syntax Possessivpronomen — possessive pronouns (mein, meine etc.) kindgerecht veranschaulicht mit liebevoll gestalteten Bilder, die für Jungen und Mädchen interessant sind. Lovingly illustrated for children using pictures that

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Reflexive Verbs & Pronouns – Learn German for Beginners A1/A2 #20 – Deutsch lernen

Learn about the German reflexive verbs and reflexive pronouns while seeing them in action with this skit that is filled with example sentences with all forms of the reflexive pronouns and verbs in German. In this video Herr Antrim goes through his morning routine including: brushing his teeth (sich die Zähne putzen), washing his face (sich das Gesicht waschen) and much more. Subscribe to learn German with new videos each week: Support “Learn German with Herr Antrim” on Patreon: Get German books, resources, and more here: Learn more German via Herr Antrim’s blog: The videos in the “Learn German for Beginners A1/A2” series are designed for people just starting out in their quest to learn

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40 MOST COMMON PHRASES IN GERMAN LANGUAGE

Travel to Germany to learn Deutsch – https://goo.gl/sL9Yku How to learn German FAST (my story) – https:// How to learn German while playing the Sims – https:// Why I chose USA over Germany – https:// How I learnt 3 foreign languages – https:// Most common phrases in German (according to me! :)) 1. Guten Tag! – Hello! 2. Wie geht’s? – How are you? 3. Was geht ab? – What’s up? 4. Es geht – I am Ok 5. Mir geht’s gut – I am doing well 6. Na, alles klar? – So, everything clear? 7. Ich verstehe nur Bahnhof – It’s all Greek to me (I don’t understand this) 8. Aller Anfang ist schwer – Every beginning is hard 9. Prost! – Cheers! 10. Neeee – No 11.

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