The time prepositions in German are important and common used but also not too difficult to learn. In this video I will teach you the German time prepositions: vor, nach, in and für. Those four prepositions together with my five other German time prepositions from my last video (linked here below) will give you ALL 9 time prepositions you to need to know for A1 level in German.
In this video you will learn all German time prepositions for A1.1 level with examples to each preposition. There are 5 time prepositions you need to know. All of them very common used for any conversation or writing level. In German: Temporale Präpositionen which are: um | im | am | ab | von... bis. "Um" is used with any specific time. "Im" is used with months and season. "Am" is used with day and daytime. "Ab" is used if you know the starting time but not how long its gonna take and "von...bis is used for duration.
In this video I will teach you how to use the German verbs "gehören", "gefallen", "schmecken" and "passen". All of them have a similar structure and specially the verb "gefallen" can be quiet confusing for German students. I will show you the conjugation and how to use those special verbs with examples to all of them. The special thing about them is their usage. The verb "gehören" translated into English makes kind of sense, but what about "gefallen"? When you translate it, it just means "to like" but in German it's a special structure where the thing becomes the subject and the person the object. Watch this video to finally understand these special German verbs.
In this video you can learn the Top 20, most important, most common German separable verbs together with examples to each verb. Trennbare Verben or in English separable verbs are a important kind of German verb which are essential to know at any level of learning German.