Speak and write German correctly by understanding how to choose German definite and indefinite articles.
One of the great advantages to learning a foreign language is that you start understanding and appreciating your own native language more. In Dr. Bogard's "Master" series, you will master the ten grammar areas of the German language by seeing how that structure works in the English language.
Now each topic makes more sense to you and you accelerate your progress in becoming fluent in German faster. Your lessons here are short and sweet and specific to one important grammar topic that is critical to mastering your German writing and speaking skills.
The course you see here is a grammar course specific to German nouns. When you are finished with these lessons, you will know everything you need to speak and write correctly using this German grammar feature. Click the "Take this Course" button to start making German easier now.
Here is the outline of the TTLG Master Series:
This audio recording helps you improve your German pronunciation. Open the handout from the previous lecture titled: "The 10 German Plurals- Summary Sheet" and you will see the words as I say them. Listen to me say the singular and plural set, then when I repeat the set, you should speak OVER my voice, trying to imitate my speech as best as possible.
Check how well you listened to and understood Frau Doctor Bogard's noun lecture
Dr. Bogard's educational background includes a bachelor's degree in German and French, a master's degree in Foreign Language Education, and a doctoral degree in Second Language Acquisition and Instructional Technology (SLAIT). She is also a national teacher trainer, with a background in adult education.
Dr. Eva Bogard has been a professional educator for close to three decades. Her experience ranges from private Montessori primary grade to university adjunct at both the University of South Florida, as well as, at the University of Tampa. Dr. Bogard is currently a state certified secondary school teacher delivering more than ten courses in German, Information Technology and Business Management.
As a member of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, and their special interest group for distance learning, her area of specialization in education is curriculum design and differentiated instruction.
If learning German is important to you, please take a look at Dr. Bogard's full semester courses and specialized training programs at timetolearngerman.thinkific.com