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Prepositions in German “wann?” And “wie lange?”

Finally we got to one of the most important topics of the German language – these are pretexts. Now we are talking about prepositions of time. Time prepositions answer the questions: “when?” (“Wann?”) And “how long?” (“Wie lange?”) Prepositions that answer the question “when?” (“Wann?”): “Um” is used to mean: The exact time of day:…

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Modified verbs in past tense Präteritum

In past tense modal verbs are more often used not in the temporary form Perfekt, but in Präteritum. That is, we use not the third form of the verb (“ge” + “-t”) with the auxiliary verb “haben” or “sein”, but the second form of the verb with the suffix (“-te”). Here are the past tense…

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beer garden in german

There is a concept that many have encountered in life – “beer garden” (Biergarten). What is it and where did it come from? If SpeakStarter already writes about this, then we can assume that this is somehow connected with Germany. Yes, with Bavaria, to be precise. Now there are beer gardens around the world and…

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Another way to learn German is Au Pair

Many of us want to go to Germany, Austria or Switzerland, live there, learn the language. We have discussed many ways to do this. Today one more – Au Pair. If a: You are 18-26 (Germany) / 27 (Austria) / 25 (Switzerland) years old; You have a basic knowledge of German (at least complete A1);…

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