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Did You Know? The German language does not have a true present continuous tense, only present tense. Well, out here in the far west near the Dutch border we have present continuous.
Level V Review Lessons (
* Starting Point: Undeveloped • Berlin, Germany (II): Undeveloped • Vienna, Austria (III): Undeveloped * Bern, Switzerland (IV): Undeveloped • Salzburg, Austria (V): Undeveloped • Zürich, Switzerland (VI): Undeveloped • Hannover, Germany (VII): Undeveloped • Bonn, Germany (VIII): Undeveloped • Innsbruck, Austria (IX): Undeveloped • Bavaria, Germany (X): Undeveloped • Kiel, Germany (XI): Undeveloped • Schaan, Liechtenstein (XII): Undeveloped • Schaffhausen, Switzerland (XIII): Undeveloped • Deutschland, Österreich, und Schweiz (XIV): Undeveloped
Grammar Introduction and overview •
Personal pronouns, formal and informal you, introduction to gender •
Intransitive verbs, verb conjugation, present tense •
Adverbs, V2 word order, Negation of verbs, Sentence adverbs •
Stem-changing verbs, Weak vs. Strong verbs • Polar questions, V1 word order, Pre- and postambles • Noun gender • Noun plurals • Noun phrases, Articles • Transitive verbs, Accusative case, word order • Pronomial possessives, Possessive determiners, Possessive pronouns, Negation with • kein Irregular verbs, Past-like present verbs • Uninflected adjectives, Predicate phrases, Copulative verbs • Interrogatives, • der words Future tense, The sentence bracket • Ditransitive verbs, Dative case • Coordinating conjunctions, Ellipses, Adverbial conjuctions, Multipart conjunctions • Prepositions with accusative and dative, Prepositional verbs
Adjectives and Adverbs •
Prepositions and Postpositions •
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