Simple German Sentence Structure

The step-by-step German sentence structure course for anyone in a love-hate relationship with the German language.

After taking Simple German Sentence Structure you’ll:

  • Be able to visualise how a sentence is built using the Building Blocks Method
  • Get loads of practice building your own sentences with the 30 page Sentence Builder Workbook
  • Have a working knowledge of how grammar points including separable verbs, conjunctions & tenses affect German word order
  • Understand exactly how & why German word order is the way it is
  • Get your sentences checked & corrected in the private Facebook group

German Script Builder

A comprehensive script builder for everyday conversations to help you prepare your own customised scripts that you can put together even if you feel like you can’t think fast enough to actually have a conversation in German.

  • Grab & go German scripts in 10 categories: introductions, why are you learning German, conversations about work, where are you from, hobbies & interests, travel, shopping, going out & eating out.
  • Fully customisable German scripts with examples so that you know your German sentences actually make sense.
  • Learn about why sentences are the way they are, thanks to the bonus Grammar Guide.

German Journal

The journal I used to plan & organise my German studies which helped me go from disorganised newbie to German chatterbox in 3 years.

A 17 page printable & editable PDF planner created by a German learner for German learners including:

  • Verb conjugation practice
  • Journal prompts & examples
  • German study habit tracker
  • Plus sheets for daily journaling, reading list, new words & phrases plus much more

Auxiliary Verbs Study Pack

With this printable PDF study pack you’ll be able to practice the present tense forms of sein, haben and werden, and the often used simple past forms for sein and haben.

German auxiliary verbs: sein (to be), haben (to have) and werden (to become) are some of the most commonly used verbs so it’s important to learn the correct conjugation.

You’ll receive a 10 page PDF including 5 pages of blank tables for you to complete yourself, and 5 pages of solutions so you can check your answers. There’s also space to write some example sentences using the conjugated verbs.

You’ll receive blank printable worksheets plus an editable PDF for use on a computer, tablet or smartphone.

44 Household Objects Flashcards

The exact method I used to learn noun genders of everyday household objects. This set of 44 printable PDF flashcards consist of everyday objects found around the home.

When learning German it’s important to learn the correct article with each noun. Each card is coloured depending on the noun gender: blue = masculine, pink = feminine, orange = neuter

You can use these flashcards in the traditional way, or you can place them around the house alongside each object. For example, ‘der Fernseher’ is placed next to your TV, ‘der Tisch’ goes on the table etc.

The colours will help you associate each object with it’s correct gender. With everyday exposure you’ll start associating the TV with the colour blue, so you’ll know it’s a masculine noun.