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Deutschland – Germany  Switzerland  Austria 

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.


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Lessons: Level I Level II Level III Level IV Level V
GrammarAppendicesAbout (including print versions) • Q&APlanning

(edit template) Level I Lessons (discussion)

I.0 Introduction

Section I.A: I.1 Wie heißt du? (1. Teil) I.2 Wie heißt du? (2. Teil) I.3 Bitte buchstabieren Sie Review Section I.A

Section I.B: I.4 Freizeit I.5 Geburtstag I.6 Essen Review Section I.B

Section I.C: I.7 Kleidung I.8 Familie und Nationalität I.9 Schule Review Section I.C

Section I.D: I.10 Das Fest I.11 Privileg und Verantwortung I.12 Wetter Review Section I.D

Section I.E: I.13 Zu Hause essen I.14 Filme I.15 Das Haus Review Section I.E

(edit template) Level II Lessons (discussion)

II.0 Introduction

Section II.A: II.1 Einfache Gespräche II.2 Fremde und Freunde II.3 Die Zahlen II.4 Zürich II.5 Wiederholung

Section II.B: II.6 Die Wohnung II.7 Mathematik II.8 Mein, Dein, Sein II.9 Einkaufen gehen II.10 Wiederholung

Section II.C: II.11 Verbtempus und Wortstellung II.12 Fragewörter II.13 Mein Arm schmerzt II.14 Tiergarten II.15 Wiederholung

(edit template) Level III Lessons (discussion)

Section III.A: III.1 Markus studiert III.2 Ein Gespräch III.3 Keine Sorge!

Section III.B: III.4 Die Geschäftsleute III.5 In Österreich III.6 Tour de France

Section III.C: III.7 — III.8 — III.9 —

Section III.D: III.10 Das Ruhrgebiet III.11 — III.12 —

(edit template) Level IV Lessons (discussion)

Section 1 ~ Kiel, Germany

Section IV.A: Lektion 1: Undeveloped Lektion 2: Undeveloped Lektion 3: Undeveloped Wiederholung 1: Undeveloped

Section 2 ~ Schaan, Liechtenstein

Section IV.B: Lektion 4: Undeveloped Lektion 5: Undeveloped Lektion 6: Undeveloped Wiederholung 2: Undeveloped

Section 3 ~ Schaffhausen, Switzerland

Section IV.C: Lektion 7: Undeveloped Lektion 8: Undeveloped Lektion 9: Undeveloped Wiederholung 3: Undeveloped

(edit template) Level V Review Lessons (discussion)

Section V:
* 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


Introduction and overviewBasic terminology 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 postamblesNoun genderNoun pluralsNoun phrases, ArticlesTransitive verbs, Accusative case, word orderPronomial possessives, Possessive determiners, Possessive pronouns, Negation with keinIrregular verbs, Past-like present verbsUninflected adjectives, Predicate phrases, Copulative verbsInterrogatives, der wordsFuture tense, The sentence bracketDitransitive verbs, Dative caseCoordinating conjunctions, Ellipses, Adverbial conjunctions, Multipart conjunctionsPrepositions with accusative and dative, Prepositional verbsPrefixed verbs, Separable verbs, Separable and inseparable prefixesImperatives, The imperative mood, The impersonal imperativeImpersonal verbs, Impersonal pronouns, the Point-of-view dativeDative prepositionsPossessives and the genitive caseModal auxiliary verbs, Compound verbs, Modal adverbsDemonstrativesThe simple past tenseReflexive pronouns and reflexive verbsSubordinating conjunctionsDeclining adjectives

Adjectives and Adverbs Alphabet Cases Nouns Prepositions and Postpositions Pronouns Sentences Verbs

(edit template) Appendices (discussion)

100% developed Alphabet50% developed Vocabulary50% developed Phrasebook75% developed Resources100% developed Names100% developed German History100% developed Nations of the World100% developed False Friends100% developed Numbers100% developed Keyboard Layout 100% developed Exercises


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