German Grammar Made Easy

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This course is designed for those interested in developing the skill of communicating in German.

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About This Coursebeginner

So you want to learn German?

Awesome! Whatever your reason to study, this course covers everything you need to communicate with confidence quickly.

I’ll explain – in an easy and organized way – all the grammar you really need to speak and understand basic German.

Plus, the course includes important learning resources for self-study and practice:

Cheat-sheets – for quick reference while you’re still learning
Ready-made Vocabulary Flashcards – to build your vocabulary systematically

What Are You Waiting For? Let’s Get Started!

The German language will open up a whole new world to you: A world of 90 million people, a rich and diverse culture, and booming economies.

P.S. This course covers what I usually go over in about 10 hours of private lessons (approx. $500 value).

This course is designed for complete beginners. No prior knowledge is required – all you need is a computer and a desire to learn!

Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge on all the grammar you need to speak and understand basic German.

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Get started today and develop the skill of communicating in German!

Course Curriculum

Course Sections

You already know German…

The German Alphabet

How to Pronounce German Vowels

How to Pronounce German Consonants

Review: Letters And Sounds

Nouns: Der, Die, Das

Nouns: How To Form Plurals

3rd Person Pronouns: Er, Sie, Es

Pronouns: Ich, Du, Etc.

Present Tense: “Sein” (To Be)

Present Tense: Regular Verbs

Polite Form: Du Vs. Sie

Present Tense: Verbs With Stem Changes

Present Tense: Verbs With Prefixes

Present Tense: Modal Verbs

Present Tense: “Haben” (To Have)

Imperative: (Don’t) Tell Me What To Do!

Syntax 1: Word Order In Simple Phrases

Yes/No Questions

Question Words

Negation: Kein Vs. Nicht

Why Do We Need Cases?

Accusative: Whom?

Accusative Pronouns: Mich, Dich, Etc.

Dative: To Whom?

Dative Pronouns: Mir, Dir, Etc.

Genitive: Whose?

Possessive Pronouns

Accusative Prepositions

Dative Prepositions

Prepositions With Accusative OR Dative

Genitive Prepositions


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  1. Nadine Sturm says:

    German Grammar course
    clear and easy instructions