Do you get numbers like 54 and 45 mixed up when trying to say them in German?
Do you find it difficult to understand what the German cashier said you need to pay?
Do you struggle to understand what time it is if the other person uses the 12-hour clock in German?
You are not alone!
Many German learners struggle with numbers, even if they are advanced students.
This comprehensive course covers everything you ever wanted to know about numbers in German.
You will learn ...
All this will be reinforced with quizzes, and reading, listening and writing exercises.
This course is as easy as 1 - 2 - 3 and available 24/7.
At the end of this course you will be my "Number" one fan ☺
If this is your first Udemy course, then it's a good idea to read this. Otherwise just click the little circle to the right of the lecture to turn colour and it's marked as completed.
A little bit of info about me. Feel free to ignore or run in the background while making a cup of tea ☺
Continue with the numbers from ten to twenty.
Continue with the numbers from twenty to one hundred.
Continue with the numbers from 100 to 1000.
And the last lot of numbers - (almost) anything over 1000.
Learn how to say telephone numbers in German.
Learn how to give the time by using the 24-hour clock.
Some examples where the 24-hour clock is used in Germany.
Attached are the slides from the last video, just in case you would like to use them to print out and make notes as well.
Test your listening ability.
A quick lecture on the way years are said in German.
Learn how to say what something costs in German and practise your listening skills.
A quick video about the Euro for anybody who hasn't seen any.
A little bit about clothes and shoe sizes.
Get some information about fractions, measurements, weight and decimals in German.
Practise your German with some addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
Find out the differences between cardinal numbers and ordinal numbers, and the similarities to the English numbers.
A little bit of grammar rand more phrases with ordinal numbers
And some more phrases with ordinal numbers
IN this lecture you'll (hopefully) find everything else number related there is.
Some more exercises for you.
Some suggestions for further German studies.
Once upon a time there was a little girl in Germany who had this idea of moving to England as soon as she was grown up and to make all English people like the German language. Then she wanted to be an air hostess, a ballet dancer, a famous singer ……
Fast forward to the present and this little girl hasn’t quite achieved what she wanted, but …
Angelika is a qualified teacher and native German speaker from Lower Saxony in the North of Germany, who moved to England in 1982. She has been teaching German since 1991. Her students are private and business clients, school children and adults in evening classes, with the youngest student being 3 years old and her oldest 80!
Angelika has written six books, one in German and five in English, she translates from English to German and vice versa, and she teaches either face-to-face or via Skype - and now also on Udemy!