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If you want to learn German by yourself or if you’re looking for something to read along the way… this might be it. Here you can find lectures about all that is important about the German language as a system. We will not do the usual “How to introduce oneself” or “How.to.order.things.in .A.rest.au.rant” here but we will eventually cover all the grammar. So… reading this won’t make you talk but I am sure it will help you understand how German works.
I decided to not structure the stuff in a linear way so the sections are pretty much independent of one another. That means more freedom for you… yeahhh.
Ok…. if you are a complete beginner you should start with the basics…I mean… it makes little sense to read about time as long as you don’t know the past tense. But as soon as you’re done with the the essentials you can read whatever section whenever you feel like finding out more about the question… because it is then that you have a good chance of retaining it :).
So… go ahead, read what you’re interested in and leave the rest for another time. I hope you enjoy it.
Last but not least ones I haven’t categorized yet:
- Reflections on reflexive – This post takes a look at what “reflexive” actually means. Then we’ll take a look at English and compare that to how it works on German and do away with some myths they teach in language class sometimes. After reading this, you see German reflexive verbs in a different light… they aren’t that hard actually.
Oh and what’s up with the colors? They should give you an orientation what the article is like…
: Rated G. This is basic stuff that you can use and apply
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