German prepositions master class
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German prepositions master class

Confused when to use "die" and when "dem" with the prepositions?
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Created by Hans Prima
Last updated 1/2020
English
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  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • German prepositions.
  • You learn sentences instead of grammar. Easier to remember and use.
  • See, hear and repeat. In 3 minutes per preposition you learn how to use it for life.
Requirements
  • None
Description

See, hear and repeat. Just like a baby learns a language. This revolutionary - yet simple and natural - teaching method works no matter what your native language is. No captions/ subtitles needed! Just three minutes per preposition and you learn to use them.

You learn phrases - not complex theory. Learning phrases mean that you can start talking immediately.

What a great way to spend the minutes you have on a bus, coffee break or when waiting a friend to arrive.

Your mind, muscles and ears learn the phrases by seeing, hearing and repeating. This is how a baby learns a language and so can you. Remember to start talking immediately. Speaking is the best (and only) way to learn. It´s not important if you say something wrong. Also babies talk a bit funny when they are learning. They learn along the way when they use language.

Some preposition take the dative case, some the accusative. And some take either one depending what you are saying. When there is movement involved (where to), you use the accusative case. When the is no movement (where), you use the dative case.

For all levels. No grammar needed. Just see, hear and repeat.


Who this course is for:
  • Students of German who want to learn how to use prepositions.
  • Do not take this course if you want to dig deeply to grammar and complex theories.
  • Do take this course if you want to learn fast and start using the language immediately.
Course content
Expand all 31 lectures 01:30:20
+ Prepositions that take the accusative case.
5 lectures 15:04
For/ Für
03:03
Against/ Gegen
03:02
Without/ Ohne
02:55
Around/ Um
03:02
+ Prepositions that take the dative case.
7 lectures 21:13
By, at/ Bei
03:02
With/ Mit
03:02
After, to/ Nach
03:02
For, since/ Seit
03:02
From/ Von
03:02
To/ Zu
03:02
+ Prepositions that take either dative or accusative form.
18 lectures 52:12
On/ Auf
02:55
Behind/ Hinter
02:55
In/ In
02:55
Over/ Über
02:55
Under/ Unter
02:55
In front of/ Vor
02:55
Between/ Zwischen
02:40
At + where to/ Wohin + an
02:55
On + where to/ Wohin + auf
02:55
Behind + where to/ Wohin + hinter
02:55
Next to + where to/ Wohin + neben
02:55
Over + where to/ Wohin + über
03:00
Under + where to/ Wohin + unter
02:55
Between + where to/ Wohin + zwischen
02:40

Quiz about the two-way prepositions.

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5 questions