German Capitalization Rules [That You Need To Know]
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German Capitalization Rules [That You Need To Know]

Whether you’ve only recently started learning German, or if you’ve been studying the language for a while, you’ve probably noticed that German uses a lot more capitalization than English. The German capitalization rules can be confusing at first, but once you get the hang of these simple rules you’ll be able to correctly capitalize German…

German Separable Verbs [Everything You Need to Know]
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German Separable Verbs [Everything You Need to Know]

What Are German Separable Verbs? German separable verbs (Trennbare Verben) are a special type of verb which have a prefix at the front of them. These prefixes are added to verbs to change the meaning of the original verb. Some of these prefixes are separable, some are inseparable and some can be both. In certain…

German Da Words [How to Use: damit, darüber, darauf…]
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German Da Words [How to Use: damit, darüber, darauf…]

After reading this post, you will understand: What the German da words are and what they mean How they are used to replace objects in a sentence How each of the da words are used in example sentences What Are German Da Words? German ‘da words’ are an extremely useful group of words, but can…

German Infinitive Clauses [How to Master zu + Infinitive Verbs]
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German Infinitive Clauses [How to Master zu + Infinitive Verbs]

After reading this post you will understand: What German infinitive clauses are Which verbs demand an infinitive clause How to form correct sentences with infinitive clauses What are German Infinitive Clauses? German infinitive clauses are dependant clauses which means they generally come after a main clause. The reason they are called infinitive clauses is because…

German Subordinate Clauses: How to Make Complex Sentences
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German Subordinate Clauses: How to Make Complex Sentences

German subordinate clauses are used to give additional information about the main part of the sentence. While the ‘main clause’ can stand on it’s own, a subordinate clause always has to pair with a main clause. After reading this post you will know: What German subordinate clauses are How word order changes in subordinate clauses…