May 31st, 2020
In this lesson I am going to teach you in detail when to use ALL 5 German prepositions of direction. In German we call them "Richtungspräpositionen". They are: nach, zu, in, auf, an. Specially the two prepositions in and zu kind be quiet confusing as they sometimes both can be used for the same sentence... but... there is a small difference, which I will explain in this video. It's a topic which that lots of German students struggle with. But there are actually certain rules or tendencies which you can apply to get the German prepositions of direction right from the beginning.
Top 30 Akkusativ Verben
In this lesson you will learn the 30 most important German verbs with accusative. In German: Akkusativ Verben. For each verb there will be a example sentence which shows you the accusative object in each and every sentence. These verbs do not only require the accusative case but are also all of them very common and important German verbs which will improve your speaking skills right away. So sit down, learn these 30 verbs and try to use them in your daily life.
Relativsatz im Akkusativ
This video is the second of the series Relativsatz German. In this lesson I will explain you how to build a German relative clause in Akkusativ, what you have to keep in mind, why accusative and how to build the relative pronouns, Relativpronomen im Akkusativ.
Relativsatz im Nominativ
This lesson is all about Relativsatz Deutsch im Nominativ. It's the first of this German relative clause series and specially important as I will explain you the characteristics of German relative clauses in general. This information you need to know to understand the following videos about Relativsatz im Akkusativ, Dativ und Genitiv. They are all based on this information I teach you in this lesson. Das Relativpronomen im Nominativ is pretty straight forward and easy to memorize: Just take the definite articles of the noun and you will have your relative pronouns in nominative. And don't forget: Ein Relativsatz ist ein Nebensatz (subordinate clause): Conjugated verb always at the end! ;)
Forms of Comparativ in German
Der Komparativ und Superlativ und... Positiv, which is actually the first step... so the normal adjective. Komparativ is the second step where in German you just need to add an -er (special cases explained in the video). And the last step is called Superlativ where you need to add -sten (again... all exceptions in this video). For each comparative you will learn examples & exceptions so that you will know all there is at the end of this video about this topic.