Seit oder vor? Which of these two german time preposition you need to use for: since for and ago? These English time prepositions can be quiet confusing sometimes. Not so in German! :) We only have two actually: Seit oder vor. In this lesson I will teach you with example sentences all you need to know about these two important time prepositions: When and how to use them and what key features they have so you will never take the wrong one anymore.
This lesson is all about Geld. Which verbs can you use with Geld? You will learn 20 German Verbs you can use with Geld.
The time prepositions in German for A2 level are fortunately not too many and also not very difficult to learn. This lesson is all about the German time prepositions: seit, zwischen, über and von...an. Most of them are pretty similar to English but "seit" can sometimes be a little bit tricky because you can actually use it for a time duration but also for point in time, which is not the same like in English.
"Doch Meaning in English. Doch! A probably often heard word specially when you hear Germans talking. But, what does it actually mean and how to use it? In this video I will teach you what's this "doch" all about: The German "doch" explained! In German we don't only have "yes" and "no". There is also this very common word "doch" which is can be a adverb, conjunction but also a modal particle. This video is just about "doch" used as an adverb.