der Imperativ - the German imperative
In this video you will learn how to form the German imperative in all possible situations. I am going to teach you the existing rules, tips & tricks so that afterwards you will be able to form them with any kind of German verb. You will learn the formal and informal German imperative in singular, so when you talk to 1 person and also the conjugation, sentence structure and some useful bonus tips at the end of the video.
In this video you will learn how to form a passive sentence in simple past and present perfect tense. Die Passiv Deutsch Grammatik. Passiv Präteritum & Perfekt are both important components of the German grammar (B1.2) and it is often used in both - spoken and written language. This video will help you to understand German passive voice in past tense. I am going to explain the two most often used forms of past passive: "Passiv Präteritum" and "Passiv Perfekt". Of course I'll have many useful examples to make this confusing grammar easy to understand.
How to form the "PP"?
In this video I am going to teach you in DETAIL how to form the German past participle. In German grammar it's called: das Partizip 2 or das Partizip Perfekt. You will learn the rules for regular, irregular, separable and all other main verbs. In just 1 video you will learn all important rules, tips and tricks about how to form the German past participle, like you might have seen it already in you textbook. But maybe it was not so clear. Just ALL rules together in one video... :) And a bonus tip at the end with a shortcut you most probably never saw in your textbook.
Aktiv VS Passiv
In this video you will learn the difference between a German active and passive sentence. Das Passiv Präsens or in English the German passive voice in present tense is an important component of the German grammar but can be quiet confusing sometimes. This video will hopefully help you to understand the German passive. I am going to explain you what passive actually is, how to form the "Passiv Präsens", the difference between an active and passive sentence and of course many examples so you can practice along.