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Possessive Pronouns

Possessive pronouns in German are for indicating ownership or possession. They’re quite straightforward once you get the hang of them. Here’s a breakdown of possessive pronouns in German: […]

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German Definite Articles

Have you ever wondered why in German some words are preceded by “der,” “die,” or “das”? To answer this question, read the post below. German articles can be […]

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Gender of Nouns

In German, every noun has a gender that can have the definite article der (masculine), das (neuter), or die (feminine). Understanding the gender of nouns is crucial for […]

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Yes/No Questions

Yes/No Questions are a type of inquiry, enabling you to get straightforward answers with a simple “yes” or “no”. In German, the standard word order for declarative sentences […]

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German Numbers 0-99

The structure of counting in German follows a logical pattern similar to English. The numbers are built systematically from smaller units to larger ones. Each number is a […]

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Prepositions “in” and “bei”

Prepositions are essential in any language as they indicate the relationship between elements in a sentence. In German, two common prepositions are “in” and “bei.” Understanding how to […]

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Negation “Nicht”

In German, “nicht” means “not” and is used as a negative adverb. This negative adverb is used to deny or negate an expression, sentence, or verb. For example: […]

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Verb Conjugation

In German grammar, “Verbkonjugation” refers to the process of conjugating verbs, which means altering them according to tense, mood, person, and number. Conjugating verbs is essential for forming […]