Do you also have this Problem? When you see dates in German: Which ending do you have to use? -te / -ten / -ter??? Which one is correct? Dont't worry... 😉 In this video you will learn how to say German dates correctly and also understand why there are those endings. Of course you can always memorize these few endings and in the beginning it's maybe also the better choice. But as an intermediate student you should try to understand the endings: why they are there and when you have to use which. More about this topic in the bonus tip of this video here.
In this video you will learn how easy it is to use the conjunctive adverb "DESHALB" to connect two sentences. Besides the most common sentence structure and lots of examples I will also show you the difference between "DESHALB" and "WESHALB" in the BONUS TIP of this video. To make sure you know it all, I also included the most often used SYNONYMS for "DESHALB".
In case you want to see if you got it all right, you can leave us a comment and answer the question at the end of the video in the Bonus Tip.
In this video you will learn all German reflexive verbs you need to know for A1 level. Even though the reflexive verbs are usually taught in A2 level in most German textbooks; they still are used also on A1 level. Therefore it's worth learning those verbs and try to understand their concept already from the beginning. They are common used verbs and sometimes have different meanings. But more about those exceptions in this video's bonus tip. 😉
WEIL is one of the most important conjunctions in German language. Therefore this lesson has the focus on this important word! At first you will learn different options to compose a sentence with "weil" . By using example senctences I will explain some fundamental but really important grammar rules not only "weil" but subordinate clauses in general.
In the BONUS TIP of this video you will find out what the difference between WEIL - DENN - DA actually is.
Hallo liebe Leute, after this video you will finally... and hopefully... understand when to use "mich" and when "dir" when using German reflexive verbs. There are not too many situations when you have to use the dative reflexive pronoun (mir, dir), so in most cases the reflexive pronoun will be accusative (mich, dich).
At the end in the 2nd bonus tip I talked about reflexive verbs with prepositions. I am probably not clear enough about what I wanted to say, but its just about the reflexive pronoun, not about the preposition the verb comes with. So for example: sich bedanken bei (+ Dativ) Ich bedanke MICH bei MEINEM Onkel. so the object after the preposition is always in dative case because of the preposition "bei". But what I want to tell you in my bonus tip is, that the reflexive pronoun stand in AKKUSATIV. Hope this is clear now. 😉
This A1.1 beginner lesson will help you to ask and answer very basic questions about your job, or what is is that you currently do. I will give you a basic understanding how male and female job titles differ and how to form the correct forms. Although this video includes a certain amount of job titles in German, I strongly recommend to check our instagram for AUDIOPOST to get a wider range of professions in German. You will also learn several words that many german learners use the wrong way. This will help you to avoid causing confusion when talking to a German mother tongue. And don't miss the bonus tip at the end of this video!!! I will clearify the difference between the words "Praktikum" and "Ausbildung" which is often wrongly considered to be the same thing.
In this video you will learn how and when to use verbs with accusative and dative objects. Some stats about the German cases and the grammar behind those verbs. I will give you also the most common used verbs which do require both cases and explain you the word when you have two objects.
Did you ever need medical aid in Germany? In this video I will show you the procedure of going to a doctor's surgery in Germany. You will not only learn basic vocabulary and usefull sentences to communicate with a doctor and the staff in a clinic, but also get an idea how the health system in Germany works.
The German verb "lassen" is a very important and common used verb. But also a very complicated and difficult one. It can be used as a main verb or like a modal verb or even a substitute for the passive form. So you see loads of different options. In this video you will learn all possible meanings of the verb "lassen". When and how to use it and lots of example sentences for each situation.
This video is about german restaurants. I will show you step by step the whole process that awaits you in a german restaurant. You will learn important vocabulary and sentences that will help you to communicate with the waiter or waitress in a German restaurant. After watching this video you will know how to ask for a table, order food, dos and don'ts and and and...