• Learn German Language Intermediate Level

    Language May 9, 2020
    Learn German Language Intermediate Level

    Learn the German Language at Intermediate Level

    This German study combines innovative and up-to-date teaching methods with the valuable help of our top-notch teachers who created the lessons as quick and intense e-learning sessions. Each German lesson is explained in the native German language, with the observed support perfectly integrated into the context, creating an excellent environment to learn German intermediate level. This study for intermediate gives you a video study that is tailored to incorporate various approaches into teaching and accommodate various learning techniques so that they can be a flawless fit for each student. German is an inflected language with 4 instances for nouns/pronouns/adjectives (accusative, nominative, dative, genitive), with genders (masculine, feminine, other), and effective and light verbs. German is extensively studied as an international language and is one of the foremost influential languages. Collectively German is the primary language of higher than 90 million speakers and thus apparently ranks 6th in a number of native speakers among the languages in the world.

    Requirements:

    • You should be able to use a personal computer at a novice level
    • Beginner level German knowledge is required (videos are in the German language)
    • Native German-speaking tutor

    Topics to cover:

    • German-speaking
    • German-writing
    • German-vocabulary
    • German-patterns
    • German conversation
    • German grammar practices (emissary-to-advanced)
    • German pronunciation
    • German syntax
    • A brief history of Germany
    • German idioms

    Who this study is for:

    • Anyone who wants to learn German quick and simple
    • Anyone who wants to advance to the intermediate level of the German language
    • If you are nearly advanced you can improve your German with this study

    Size: 5.92GB

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    Study Topics:

    • 01 Introduction
      1. 1 1.01 Learn German - Famous Germans of the present
      2. 2 1.02 Learn German - The imperfect (weak verbs)
      3. 3 1.03 Learn German - The imperfect of having, being, and becoming
      4. 4 1.04 Learn German - The past tense of strong verbs
      5. 5 1.05 Learn German - Famous Germans - Imperfect
      6. 6 1.06 Learn German - Exercises - Imperfect and explanations
      7. 7 1.07 Learn German - Recap - Nominative and Accusative
    • 02 Introduction
      1. 1 2.01 Learn German - Exercises and examples with the Nominative and Accusative
      2. 2 2.02 Learn German - The Dative
      3. 3 2.03 Learn German - The Dative - Exercises
      4. 4 2.04 Learn German - The Genitive
      5. 5 2.05 Learn German - The Genitive - Exercises
      6. 6 2.06 Learn German - Two-way prepositions
      7. 7 2.07 Learn German - Brief History of Germany I
    • 03 Introduction
      1. 1 3.01 Learn German - Brief History of Germany II
      2. 2 3.02 Learn German - Brief History of Germany III
      3. 3 3.03 Learn German - What is German Part I
      4. 4 3.04 Learn German - What is German Part II
      5. 5 3.05 Learn German - German dialects still spoken today
      6. 6 3.06 Learn German - Recap exercises Lessons 2-10
      7. 7 3.07 Learn German - Recap exercises Lessons 11-19
      8. 8 3.08 Learn German - Exercises with subordinate clauses with subjunctions
      9. 9 3.09 Learn German - Recap exercises Lessons 22-29
    • 04 Introduction
      1. 1 4.01 Learn German - The Syntax - Part I The main clause (I)
      2. 2 4.02 Learn German - The Syntax - Part I The main clause (II)
      3. 3 4.03 Learn German - The Syntax - Part II The subordinate clause
      4. 4 4.04 Learn German - The Syntax - Part II The subordinate clause (I+II)
      5. 5 4.05 Learn German - The Syntax - Part III The Conjunctions
      6. 6 4.06 Learn German - Exercises for Conjunctions, Subjunctions, Conjunctive adverbs
      7. 7 4.07 Learn German - Often used subordinate clauses with subjunctions

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