Find out when and how to properly use “um …zu”, “statt … zu” and “ohne … zu” when forming sentences in German.
It is essential to know how to ask a question in German. Get to know the German question words and find out how to use them.
Do you want to understand what is the difference between “wegen” and “deswegen”? This article will explain to you all you need to know …
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.
Many have struggles to understand the difference between “hängen” and “hängen” in German. Get to know their differences and how to use them properly.
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.
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 do something, but some of them are a bit tricky. […]
In German, there are several options for showing a consequence like “therefore” and after reading this article you will know them and how their proper usage.
Did you know that adjectives can become nouns in German? Continue reading and you will know how to recognize and form them.
Are you unsure when to use capital letters in German? After this article, you will be a pro and know when to use them!
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!
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!
Did you start studying German? Now you face “Accusativ”? After reading this article, you will be a pro and ready for “Dative”.
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!
Did you start studying German? Now you probably face everybody’s darling “Nominative”. Often, German cases unsettle students as they do not fully understand their meaning. After reading this article, you will be a pro in terms of “Nominative” and ready for our upcoming adventure called “Accusative”.
Mostly the dictionary cannot help with expressions, but after reading this article you know, why Germans have an affinity using the color blue…
It is a common mistake to adopt the English to have fun to German one to one. After reading this article, you will know how to say that something is fun properly.
When Christmas is over, the old year slowly comes to an end, people get ready to celebrate Silvester and welcome the new year. After this article, you will know all the relevant words!
Despite the fact that Christmas is celebrated in so many countries, it is different everywhere. After reading this article, you will know how Weihnachten is celebrated in Germany!
Many students struggle when it comes to choosing haben and sein in German perfect tense. In this article, you learn when to use which of them. Read more …
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.
Speaking about the future in German is really not very hard and after reading this article you will be a pro in speaking about what will happen in the future.
In German, we have 3 ways to say “no”. After reading this article and practicing with its free worksheet you know when to use “nein”, “nicht” and “kein/e”.
German offers its speakers three genders which are used for all nouns. After reading this article, you will know when to use “der, die, das” and “ein, eine”.
Some German verbs end with “-ieren”. After reading this article you will know how the verbs of this group behave and how you can use them correctly.
There are two different ways to say “in order to” in German. After reading this article you will know when to use “damit” or “um … zu”.
December is Christmas time and normally, German kids are excitedly waiting for Santa Claus to come. After reading this article know the basic German vocabularies for Christmas.
Whenever speaking about work in Germans, you will quickly meet the word “Feierabend”. Get to know its meaning in this article!
In German, there are many ways to express a reason. One of them is “wegen”. Get to know how to use “wegen” properly and how to name a cause wuth its help …
Many German students translate English “to go” into German. But we use the verb “gehen” differently. Find out more …
The German version of “to put” is stellen, legen and setzen. Find out in this article when you should use which verb correctly. Read more …
In German, we have words that merely are so unique that they simply cannot be translated. In this article, you get to know the meaning of “Torschlusspanik”.
Ever wondered how to say the days of the week in German? After reading this article, you will know all of them and even be able to tell what you are doing this week!
German nouns have three genders: der, die, das. Find out in this article how you can identify the gender of a noun when you don’t know it! More …
There are several ways to express a reason in German. This article explains to you how to use “denn”, “da”, and “weil” properly.
Many have trouble to understand the difference between “mögen” & “möchten”. This article explains everything you need to know and includes a free worksheet!
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”.
In German, one of the most important verbs is “to have”. In this article, you will learn how to conjugate this essential verb and how to use it in your daily speaking.
Asking a question in German is an essential skill. Find out how you can ask questions and practice with the free worksheet! More …
Today, on the 11th of November at 11 o’clock and 11 minutes, the fifth season of the year starts in some parts of Germany – it is ”Faschingszeit”! But why do Germans have an additional season and what do they celebrate? After reading this post, you will know this and the important vocabulary for this event!
One of the most important verbs in German is “to be”. In this article, you will learn how to conjugate this essential verb and how you can properly integrate it while speaking.
Did you ever speak with Germans and wondered what they wanted to tell you by using the words “Handy”, “Boxen” or “Beamer”? In this article, we will unearth the truth the meaning of these and more “Denglish” words used in German.
Are you never really sure about whether to use “für”, “von” or “nach”? There is a rescue in sight! In this post, you learn how to find the right preposition in German.