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Online German conversation course for beginners and intermediates fall, and winter 2020

Do you want to speak German better? Improve your skills this fall with an online German conversation course guided by a professional teacher.

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Sie, Ihr, Ihnen & Ihrer with a capital letter?

If you are unsure about the rules when to write Sie, Ihr, Ihnen & Ihrer with a capital letter, this article will provide you with all the information you need to know.

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Online German conversation course for beginners and intermediates July 2020

Do you want to speak German better? Improve your skills with an online German conversation course guided by a professional teacher.

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When to use “zu Hause” or “nach Hause”

Many students get confused when it comes to “go home” and “at home” in German. Find out when you should use “zu Hause” or “nach Hause”.

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The 10 most important German abbreviations “z.B.”, “ca.”, “bzw.”…

For many students, it is hard to understand German abbreviations. Get to know the 10 most important as “z.B.”, “ca.”, “bzw.” in this article.

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The meaning of “passieren” and “vorübergehen”

Many German students use the verb “passieren” in the wrong way. Find out how to correctly integrate it and when you should use “vorübergehen” instead.

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How to use schmecken, gehören, passen and gefallen

Many students get confused when it comes to the question of how to use “schmecken”, “gehören”, “passen” and “gefallen”. Get to know all you need in this article!

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How to apologize in German

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How to apologize in German

It is an essential part of the basics to know how to apologize in German. In this article, you will get to know all the critical ways to do so. More …

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The difference between “kochen”, “Kuchen” and “Küche”

Many German students mix up the words “kochen”, “Kuchen” and “Küche”. Find out in this article when to really use which of the three words. More …

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When to use “vermissen” and “verpassen”

Many German students get lost when to really use “vermissen” or “verpassen”. Find out the meaning of these two verbs and when to use them in this article.

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Why study with a private German teacher online?

Online education is in a sharp upturn. Get to know how you could benefit from studying with a private German teacher online. More…

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How to use the adverbs “noch” and “schon”

Many German students confuse the adverbs “noch” and “schon”. In this article, you get to know their meaning and how to use them! More …

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What is the difference between “seit” and “für” in German?

Often students get confused with “seit” and “für” in German. Find out their meaning and when you should use which one in this article …

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The meaning of “hängen” vs. “hängen” in German

Many have struggles to understand the difference between “hängen” and “hängen” in German. Get to know their differences and how to use them properly.

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The difference between “denken” und “nachdenken”

Many German students struggle when it comes to the right usage of the verbs “denken” and “nachdenken”. In this article, I will explain the meaning of each verb and how you should use them properly! The reason why it seems so hard for many German learners to differentiate between these two verbs is most likely […]

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When to use capital letters in German

Are you unsure when to use capital letters in German? After this article, you will be a pro and know when to use them!

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The Ultimate Guide to understand the German Dative!

Did you start studying German? Now you get lost with Dative and Accusative? After reading this article, you will know when to use each of them! 

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How to properly react to small talk!

Saying how you are is one of the first things you will learn in German classes. But many people make a classical mistake here. After reading this article, you will never say it wrong again!

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The Ultimate Guide to understand the German Accusative!

Did you start studying German? Now you face “Accusativ”? After reading this article, you will be a pro and ready for “Dative”. 

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What is the difference between “wollen” and “werden”?

Due to their similarity to English, the two verbs “wollen” and “werden” are easily confused by German students. After reading this article and practicing with its free worksheet you will be a pro!

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