Reflexive Verb Exercise German Grammar

Reflexivpronomen German Grammar Exercise A2

Reflexive Verb refers to the verbs that reflect in a sentence. In other words, here subject and object are same. For example: Ich langweile mich (I am bored)- Literal Translation: I bored myself Ich streite mich mit meiner Schwester. (I fight with my sister) Here are some exercises for you to practice German A2 Grammar … Read more

Possessivartikel German Exercise Worksheet

German possessive pronoun-Possessivartikel-Exercise

Possessivartikel German Grammer and possessive pronomen in German exercise worksheet- In this topic, we learn to tell possession and ownership between object and person. Here are some exercises for you to solve! Possessive article In German Exercise Level 1: Easy Level Schreiben Sie die richtige Form des Possessivartikels. 1)Das ist ein Bild. Das ist _____Bild. … Read more

N-deklination German B1 Grammer

N-deklination simply means adding “en” ending to all cases of Masculine Noun except Nominativ (Singular). Here usually we decline weak nouns. Note that Only Masculine Nouns requires N-deklination. Cases Singular Plural Nominativ der Kunde die Kunden Akkusativ den Kunden die Kunden Dativ dem Kunden die Kunden Genitiv des Kunden die Kunden Two Rules for N-Deklination … Read more

35 Most Important German Adjective List

Here is the list of most common German adjective with their comparative & Superlative degree that you must know. In Komparativ degree, generally -er ending is used while in Superlativ degree, am+sten ending is used. Adjectives are used to describe noun or pronoun in German language. Ofcourse like any other language, it also has its … Read more

Reflexive Verb A2 German With Exercise

Reflexive Verb are formed with help of reflexive pronoun which can either be akkusative or dative case. Here reflexive verb uses reflexive pronoun with meaning “oneself”, in other words subject and object are same. Here the person doing action and person taking action is same. For example: (i)Ich langweile mich. [Literally means: I am bored … Read more

Preposition with Akkusative

In this post, you will understand about German grammar topic Preposition mit Akkusative. In simple words, whenever you see these preposition in any sentence, it will always take akkusative case. Also there are some preposition known as wechsel preposition or dual (two-way) preposition which sometimes take dative case and sometime takes akkusative case. We will … Read more

Preposition Mit Dative: Use & übung

Preposition That Always Take Dative Case In German

In this post, you will understand about German grammar topic Preposition mit dative. In simple words, whenever you see these preposition in any sentence, it will always take dative case. Also there are some preposition known as wechsel preposition or dual (two-way) preposition which sometimes take dative case and sometime takes akkusative case. We will … Read more

Use of Nebensatz Mit Weil German Exercise

Use of Nebensatz Mit Weil German Exercise

Nebensatz mit weil: Uses of weil in German grammar In German, weil ist used to explain reason of any question or statement. If you were asked question starting with “Warum” then your answer will start with weil. Weil is a subordinate conjunction, which means while using weil in sentence, word order will be changed. It … Read more

German A2 Sample Paper Goethe Zertifikat prüfungstraining

German A2 Sample Paper Goethe Zertifikat prüfungstraining

Practicing sample paper helps you to get confidence for actual exam. Here is German A2 Sample paper from Netzwerk Goethe Zertifikat prüfungstraining which will help you to manage your time effectively and doing self assessment. Lesen: Teil 1 – Einen Zeitungstext verstehen 1 Was können Sie schon? Kreuzen Sie an:Ich kann…. 2 Lesen Sie den … Read more