You wanna know when to use "sein" and when to use "haben? In this video about the German Perfect Tense with sein (to be) I am going to teach you the difference. You will learn how to form the perfect tense with sein, when and how to use it and what rules you need to memorize to make sure that you will pick the right auxiliary verb the next time you make a German sentence in the perfect tense.
In this video you will learn the German reflexive verbs in accusative case or in German "reflexive Verben mit Akkusativ. You will learn the basics like what reflexive verbs are. I am going to teach you the conjugation of German reflexive verbs with the reflexive pronoun (in German: Reflexivpronomen) for each person. Very important for this topic is the sentence structure. There is a difference between sentences with proper subject or pronouns... ;) We are going to do example sentences so you can practice along and of course at the end a bonus tip about a common misunderstanding.
The German perfect tense or in German called "das Perfekt" is the most used past tense and specially for the spoken German the most important one. In this video you will learn when to use it, how to form the past participle for regular, irregular and separable verbs and also the complete sentence structure for the perfect tense.
In this video you are going to learn German verbs with prepositions. Auf Deutsch: Verben mit Präpositionen. There is actually quiet a big amount of German verbs which come with prepositions, and some of them even can be used with different prepositions. But in this video you will learn the most important, most common used for A2 level. Time stamps to each video and more interesting video you can find here below.