The German Cases [& How to Stop Making Mistakes]
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The German Cases [& How to Stop Making Mistakes]

What are German cases? The German cases (Die Kasus / Die Fälle) are the four grammatical cases which change depending the role each noun has in any sentence. The four German cases are: Nominative Accusative Dative Genitive Every time you use a noun or a pronoun in a sentence, it gets assigned one of these…

23 German Verbs with Prepositions [You Need To Know]
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23 German Verbs with Prepositions [You Need To Know]

So you’re interested in German. Do you dream of visiting Germany? Or maybe you are looking forward to your next trip there. If you really want to use your German, you’ll need to get to grips with German verbs with prepositions. If you’re wondering what on earth they are, read on… After reading this post…

This is Better! How to Form German Comparative & Superlative
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This is Better! How to Form German Comparative & Superlative

When you start learning German, you’ll learn about adjectives (describing words) in their basic form, such as ‘German is easy‘. But before long you’ll want to compare two things in a sentence such as ‘German is easier than Korean’. You might even want to make a statement such as ‘German is not the easiest language…

7 Meanings of ‘Bitte’ [The Most Versatile German Word]
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7 Meanings of ‘Bitte’ [The Most Versatile German Word]

The German word bitte probably the most versatile word in German. In this post you’ll learn all the different meanings of bitte, and in which situations they apply. Before we get started, let’s discover how this sweet little word actually sounds: Please Easily the most common meaning of bitte. German speakers are known for their…

It’s Mine! How to Correctly Use German Possessive Pronouns
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It’s Mine! How to Correctly Use German Possessive Pronouns

In this post you are going to grips with the German possessive pronouns, how to use them correctly and how they are affected by the German cases. What are German Possessive Pronouns? Possessive pronouns are words such as mine, yours, his, hers, theirs, ours etc. These words are used to show ownership or possession of…