German for beginners (Part 3/5)
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German for beginners (Part 3/5)

Step by step to fluency. Learn German right, right from the beginning! Part 3/5
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Includes:
  • 5 hours on-demand video
  • 11 Articles
  • 55 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • order at a café
  • arrange meetings in German
  • talk about family members
  • talk about your daily routine and the household
  • describe people
  • talk about furniture and rooms
  • build sentences with 2 objects
  • use possessive and personal pronouns
  • use location prepositions and other prepositions
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Requirements
  • It would be good if you had already gone through the first two parts of the course or if you knew the topics covered in these parts.
Description

This course will give you a stable foundation for your endeavour of learning German.

In video lessons, I will guide you through lectures which are clearly structured, building up on each other and versatile, including not only grammar explanations, but also a lot of video-guided exercises, vocabulary, additional information. 

After having completed this third part, among other things, you will be able to describe people, talk about your family, know how to order at a café and how to arrange meetings in German, and you will be able to speak about your daily routine. As to the grammar, you will feel more confident using the nominative, the accusative and the dative cases, learn many new prepositions, some new conjunctions, the possessive and personal pronouns, separable verbs, ... You will also learn a lot of new vocabulary.

Should questions come up while learning with my course, please feel free to ask me, I will be happy to answer them.

After completing parts 1 - 5 of the course, you should be able to complete the A1 exam. I am planning on making videos for the levels A2 and B1 as well.

Who is the target audience?
  • Take the course if you have already completed parts 1 and 2 of the course.
  • Take the course if you already know the topics outlined in the first 2 parts.
  • Take the course if you are a more advanced learner and want to fresh up on the basics of the German language.
  • Take the course if you are looking for interactive learning materials on video.
  • Do not take the course if you just want to learn sentences by heart.
  • Do not take the course if you do not want to learn any grammar.
Curriculum For This Course
57 Lectures
05:06:34
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Stunde 001 - Lesson 001
6 Lectures 20:36

Welcome to the third part of "German for beginners"!

Preview 02:13

Look at the people and listen to me describing what they wear. Can you tell who is who?

Kleidung: Wer ist wer? - Clothes: Who is who?
04:45

Written exercise: Describe what clothes the people on the pictures are wearing. Use the right genders and declensions.

Kleidung (Übung) - Clothes (exercise)
00:06

In this video, I will explain the different forms of the dative and already give you some information on when to use this third case.

Der Dativ (Erklärung) - The dative case (explanation)
05:05

Print this overview out to have all the cases we have seen so far on one page.

Der Dativ (Übersicht) - The dative case (overview)
00:05

In this exercise, we will combine the dative case with the preposition "mit" and the accusative with the preposition "ohne".

Präpositionen ("mit" & "ohne") - Prepositions ("with" & "without")
08:22
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Stunde 002 - Lesson 002
6 Lectures 29:47

What would you wear on these occasions?

Kleidung: Gelegenheiten - Clothes: Occasions
02:59

Written exercise: What would you wear on these occasions?

Kleidung: Gelegenheiten (Hausaufgabe) - Clothes: Occasions (homework)
00:03

This video is all about countries and cities. How do you properly answer the questions: Woher kommst du? Wo bist du? Wohin gehst du?

Orte und Präpositionen (Erklärung) - Places and prepositions (explanation)
06:23

Let's practice the prepositions from the last video.

Preview 05:59

In this video, we will read a dialogue and you will learn about the preposition "seit".

Personen beschreiben (Text) - Describing people (text)
07:02

Who is who? Describe people to me and guess which person I picked.

Personen beschreiben (Spiel) - Describing people (game)
07:21
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Stunde 003 - Lesson 003
5 Lectures 31:08

Ask direct and indirect questions using subordinate clauses with question pronouns.

Nebensätze mit Fragepronomen - Subordinate sentences with question pronouns
07:33

How well do you remember the German numbers? :)

Zahlen (Wiederholung) - Numbers (Review)
03:44

This is a simplified overview of the possessive pronouns, for masculine nouns in the nominative case.

Possessivpronomen (Erklärung 1) - Possessive pronouns (explanation 1)
01:33

This video gives you a very detailed explanation of how to form the possessive pronouns with many examples.

Possessivpronomen (Erklärung 2) - Possessive pronouns (explanation 2)
09:17

Let's not lose any time and do an exercise on the possessive pronouns right away. You will see, it's not as difficult as it looks. :)

Possessivpronomen (Übung) - Possessive pronouns (exercise)
09:01
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Stunde 004 - Lesson 004
5 Lectures 39:55

And here is another exercise on the possessive pronouns. Do you already feel more comfortable using them?

Possessivpronomen (Übung) - Possessive pronouns (exercise)
06:49

Let's read a dialogue and learn how to order something at a café.

Im Café (Text) - At the café (text)
08:26

What else can you order at a café?

Im Café (Vokabeln) - At the café (vocabulary)
04:54

Some verbs can be used with two objects - one in the dative and one in the accusative.

Sätze mit zwei Objekten - Sentences with two objects
14:56

Learn how to say the family members in German.

Familie (Vokabeln) - Family (Vocabulary)
04:50
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Stunde 005 - Lesson 005
7 Lectures 35:47

Let's go through a couple of grammar structures that have been covered in the entire course so far.

Kuchensorten (Wiederholung) - Types of cake (review)
07:05

In this exercise, you will be the one ordering something at a café.

Im Café bestellen - To order at the café
03:29

Who is who in Gabi's family?

Familienmitglieder (Übung) - Family members (exercise)
03:33

Listening exercise 1. Try to understand as much as you can. Pause the video to use the text as a dictation.

Familie 1 (Audio) - Family 1
03:58

Listening exercise 2. Try to understand as much as you can. Pause the video to use the text as a dictation.

Familie 2 (Audio) - Family 2 (Audio)
02:15

In this video, we will review modal verbs and possessive pronouns.

Possessivpronomen (Wiederholung) - Possessive pronouns (review)
08:56

We will use three little stories to be able to better remember the declensions in the nominative, dative and accusative.

Geschichten mit den Fällen - Stories with the cases
06:31
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Stunde 006 - Lesson 006
7 Lectures 34:48

It's time to review the possessive pronouns. For this exercise, you should also know the vocabulary for clothes.

Possessivpronomen, Kleidung - Possessive pronouns, clothes
07:39

What questions can you ask while on vacation in Berlin?

Urlaub: Fragen stellen - Vacation: Asking questions
07:18

What do you think? Where do these people come from?

Europa - Europe
04:59

Learn how to say these European countries, people and languages in German.

Europa (Vokabeln) - Europe (Vocabulary)
06:18

Musik / Music (Söhne Mannheims - Sein Name ist Mensch)
00:08

What are separable verbs and when do you actually separate them?

Preview 08:11

Listen to the audio file and try to write down the names as they are spelled.

Buchstabieren (Übung) - Spelling (exercise)
00:15
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Stunde 007 - Lesson 007
5 Lectures 33:22

Learn some more separable verbs and apply them in the context of a daily routine.

Trennbare Verben (Tagesablauf) - Separable verbs (Daily routine)
11:21

"Bruder Jakob" is a well-known children's song. Listen to it and learn the conjugation of the irregular verb "schlafen".

Musik / Music (Kinderlied - Bruder Jakob)
00:05

How do you formally and informally address someone and how do you say goodbye?

Hallo & tschüss! - Hello & bye!
05:51

Learn some prepositions which are always used with a noun in the accusative case.

Präpositionen mit dem Akkusativ - Prepositions with the accusative
10:51

How do you say "table" in German?

Möbel (Vokabeln) - Furniture (Vocabulary)
05:14
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Stunde 008 - Lesson 008
5 Lectures 32:26

Now it's your turn to tell me about your daily routine.

Tagesablauf (Übung) - Daily routine (exercise)
10:50

This song from 1977 can help you learn some of the vocabulary related to the household. You can download the lyrics and listen to the song on Youtube or on Deezer.

Musik / Music (Johanna von Koczian - Das bisschen Haushalt)
00:04

What are two-way prepositions and how do you use them? Talk about the position of objects in a room.

Wechselpräpositionen - Two-way prepositions
09:52

Can you solve the riddle? Who is sitting next to whom?

Im Kino (Rätsel) - At the movies (riddle)
00:05

What rooms are in an apartment / a house and what do you do in these rooms?

Das Haus und die Wohnung - The house and the apartment
11:35
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Stunde 009 - Lesson 009
6 Lectures 32:56

What has to be taken care of?

"Müssen" (Der Haushalt) - "Müssen" (The household)
03:42

Let's review subordinate sentences with "weil" in this exercise.

Die Konjunktion "weil" - The conjunction "weil"
09:55

In this video, we will read a dialogue about "eine Verabredung".

Verabredungen (Text) - Meetings (Text)
05:21

How do you express the future tense in German?

Die Zukunft - The future
03:20

Let's simulate a dialogue in which we try to agree on a time that is good for both of us.

Termine finden - Finding appointments
10:31

Januar, Februar, März, April, Mai, Juni, Juli, August, September, Oktober, November, Dezember - Listen to this song and learn the months of the year.

Musik - Music (Rolf Zuckowski - Die Jahresuhr)
00:07
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Stunde 010 - Lesson 010
5 Lectures 15:56

This is a simple overview of the personal pronouns in the nominative, accusative and dative.

Preview 03:09

Let's practise the personal pronouns!

Personalpronomen 2 - Personal pronouns 2
04:22

Let's do another exercise on the personal pronouns.

Personalpronomen (Übung) - Personal pronouns (exercise)
07:43

In this song, pay attention to the modal verbs, possessive pronouns and personal pronouns.

Musik - Music (Rammstein - Ich will)
00:07

What will you learn in part 4 of my course "German for beginners"?

Was kommt jetzt? - What's up next?
00:35
About the Instructor
Juliane Klingenberg Nery
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Founder & tutor at "German to go"

Hey there! I have been teaching German since 2004 - private and group tuition in various countries as well as on Skype. Now, I would like to make the material I created over the years available to more people. I am a passionate language learner myself and I love travelling. From 2005 to 2010, I studied "Languages and Business Studies" in Aix-en-Provence (France), in Newcastle-upon-Tyne (UK) and in Cologne (Germany). This was followed by an internship in Ottawa (Canada), where I met my husband, who is Brazilian. We lived in Brazil for 2 years and now we are back in my city of origin, Berlin, in Germany. We have a little daughter who will turn 2 in a couple of months :) I hope you enjoy my courses!