Many get confused when it comes to the difference between “wollen” and “möchten” in German. Get to know everything about those two verbs!
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”.
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.
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.
During my German online classes, I realized that the proper translation for “nice” is a tricky task for many students. Get to know what is the right translation.
It is widespread for German students to get confused by the four German verbs “werden”, “wurden”, “worden” and “würden” repeatedly. This article clarifies their meaning and usage.
Many German students struggle with the usage of “als”, “wenn” or “wann”. After reading this article, you will know when to use which of them. Read more …
There are several ways in German to express that you would like to have or […]
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!
It is a common mistake to use “arbeiten” in German to express that something works out. After reading this article you will know when to use which verb instead.
Many German students translate English “to go” into German. But we use the verb “gehen” differently. Find out more …
Many German students get confused when they need to choose between “studieren” and “lernen”. Find out, when to use which verb once and for all!
There is a common mistake English speakers do in German and Germans do in English: They hit the hey of false friends. As like as in real life, false friends guide you to the wrong direction and the same applies for languages. After this article and the free worksheet you will be a pro using “bekommen” and “werden”.