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 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 the verb is used in it’s infinitive form, the form you will find in the dictionary. In German they…

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 are German Subordinate Clauses? In German sentences we can add more…

German Conjunctions: Everything You Need To Know
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German Conjunctions: Everything You Need To Know

You won’t be learning German for long before you encounter German conjunctions. These little words such as ‘and’, ‘but’, ‘or’, ‘because’ and ‘if’ are used to link sentences together. After reading this post you will know: und dass wie oder ob was aber obwohl wann sondern während warum doch wenn wer als weil anstatt ……

German Reflexive Verbs [& How to Form Correct Sentences]
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German Reflexive Verbs [& How to Form Correct Sentences]

As an English speaker, you could be forgiven for not being familiar with reflexive verbs. We do have them, but reflexive verbs in German are far more common. What can seem like a confusing topic for English speakers, is actually quite straightforward once you know what German reflexive verbs are and how to use them….