German Grammar Made Easy
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In 30 short video lesson I'll explain - in an easy and organized way - all the grammar you really need to speak and understand basic German.
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|Section 1: Let's Get Started!|
You already know German...Preview
|Section 2: Letters and Sounds: How to Pronounce German Words|
The German Alphabet
How to Pronounce German Vowels
How to Pronounce German Consonants
Review: Letters and Sounds
|Section 3: Nouns and Pronouns: What You Need to Know|
Nouns: der, die, dasPreview
Nouns: der, die, das
Nouns: How to Form Plurals
3rd Person Pronouns: er, sie, es
3rd Person Pronouns
Pronouns: ich, du, etc.
|Section 4: Verbs in the Present Tense|
Present Tense: "sein" (to be)
"sein" (to be)
Present Tense: Regular Verbs
Polite Form: du VS. Sie
Present Tense: Verbs With Stem Changes
Present Tense: Verbs with Prefixes
Verbs with Prefixes
Present Tense: Modal Verbs
Present Tense: "haben" (to have)
|Section 5: Putting it All Together: Word Order, Questions and Negation|
Imperative: (Don't) Tell Me What to Do!
Syntax 1: Word Order in Simple Phrases
Negation: kein VS. nicht
Negation: kein VS. nicht
|Section 6: The 4 Cases: Who, Whom, To Whom, Whose?|
Why Do We Need Cases?Preview
Accusative Pronouns: mich, dich, etc.
Dative: To whom?
Dative Pronouns: mir, dir, etc.
|Section 7: Prepositions|
Prepositions with Accusative OR Dative
Prepositions with Dative OR Accusative
Hi, my name is Lukas!
I'm a German teacher and a native German speaker. I've been teaching German at all levels for more than 4 years to college students, business people, famous singers, and Oscar-winning actors at the top rated language school in Los Angeles.
I'm a native German speaker, originally from Zürich. I grew up bilingual and was immersed in the English language at an early age. I've lived in the United States since 2009.