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Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by willy2000(m): 4:11pm On Nov 10, 2018
Hadampson:
Sometimes, i wonder how dem German construct a sentence sef... Take these sentences below for example


Ich Koche dir heute das Essen

Heute Koche ich dir das Essen

dir Koche ich heute das Essen

das Essen Koche ich dir heute


If you look at these sentences, you will see that they all the same meaning. What i don't understand is this? how do they construct sentences?

You know in English language, the sentence pattern goes like this..... Subject + verb + object

The only thing i know that is constant in German sentences is the verb. Verb is always at the 2nd position.

From your experiences and what you understand very well, can you kindly put me through please?

cc: DisturbingEU willy2000

Sorry, I got banned by the spambot, so, for now, I will not type in German anymore.
Since you are still learning, make sure your Verbs is always in the second position, but this is not always the case. Verbs can take the first position when the sentence is a question and you are not using the 5WH words. Verbs are also flipped to the end of the sentence when using some subordinate clause. And take note only Nouns are written in capitals between sentences. So the verb you used up there should be in small letters.

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Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by Hadampson(m): 5:42pm On Nov 10, 2018
willy2000:


Sorry, I got banned by the spambot, so, for now, I will not type in German anymore.
Since you are still learning, make sure your Verbs is always in the second position, but this is not always the case. Verbs can take the first position when the sentence is a question and you are not using the 5WH words. Verbs are also flipped to the end of the sentence when using some subordinate clause. And take note only Nouns are written in capitals between sentences. So the verb you used up there should be in small letters.
Noted bro. Thanks

What is the full meaning of 5WH?
Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by Hadampson(m): 6:10pm On Nov 10, 2018
Masculine nouns

>Nouns referring to male people and animals are masculine.

der Mann - The man
der Löwe - The Lion (male)

> Seasons, months, days of the week, weather and points of the compass are masculine.

der Sommer - The summer
der August - August
der Freitag - Friday
der Wind - Wind
der Norden - North

> Most nouns referring to things that perform an action are also masculine.
der Wecker
der Computer

> German nouns taken from other languages and ending in -ant, -ast, -ismus, and -or are masculine:

der Trabant - Satellite
der Ballast - Ballast
der Kapitalismus - Capitalism
der Tresor - Safe

Nouns with the following endings are masculine.

-ich......derTeppich (carper)
-ig.......der Essig (vinegar)
-ling....der Frühling (spring)
Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by willy2000(m): 6:12pm On Nov 10, 2018
Hadampson:
Noted bro. Thanks

What is the full meaning of 5WH?

Where, what, when, why, who and how

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Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by Hadampson(m): 6:20pm On Nov 10, 2018
willy2000:


Where, what, when, why, who and how
Okay bro.

Have you asked the MOD why you were banned by the spambot?
Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by willy2000(m): 6:32pm On Nov 10, 2018
Hadampson:
Okay bro.

Have you asked the MOD why you were banned by the spambot?
I don't need to ask na, the spambot doesn't know German so if you type what it doesn't understand, it simply bans you.
What I still don't understand is why can't the spambot ban those who post mtn magic data and betnaija tickets. _It is really annoying

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Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by Hadampson(m): 6:35am On Nov 11, 2018
willy2000:

I don't need to ask na, the spambot doesn't know German so if you type what it doesn't understand, it simply bans you.
What I still don't understand is why can't the spambot ban those who post mtn magic data and betnaija tickets. _It is really annoying
grincheesy

That is nairaland for you bro. But i don't usually get banned when i type in German. The reason why i was banned is because of the modification of previous tagged posts.
Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by prince2pac(m): 12:04pm On Nov 11, 2018
Guten Tag alle.. wie geht es ihnen...

stopped learning my sweet German months back, i have no one to speak it to.. but its cools seeing you guys here

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Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by beatmonster: 6:23pm On Nov 11, 2018
life is too short to learn German grin
Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by Divineroyalty(f): 6:50pm On Nov 11, 2018
Hadampson:
Hallo leute (Hello guys)

I noticed that there is no single thread about learning Deutsch(german) so i start this thread to help nairalanders who are willing to learn German for the sake of traveling to Germany and also those who loves the language naturally.

I have been on this platform (nairaland) for some years now. Teaching people some German basics is my small way of saying THANK YOU Seun because all the things i know about traveling stuff was acquired from this great platform(nairaland)


Those who know me here on nairaland know that i have a deep appreciation for everything related to Germanic countries most especially GERMANY, my number one country smiley

My nairaland hubby is at it again.
No mention hub angry
No wahala Shaa. Interested in learning too.

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Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by Hadampson(m): 9:57pm On Nov 11, 2018
Divineroyalty:


My nairaland hubby is at it again.
No mention hub angry
No wahala Shaa. Interested in learning too.
I didn't know you will be interested in learning German... Sorry wifey

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Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by Hadampson(m): 10:01pm On Nov 11, 2018
prince2pac:
Guten Tag alle.. wie geht es ihnen...

stopped learning my sweet German months back, i have no one to speak it to.. but its cools seeing you guys here
Mir geht es gut... Und Sie?

You can start learning it all over again or continue from where you stopped. Good to have you here

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Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by Hadampson(m): 10:05pm On Nov 11, 2018
[quote author=beatmonster post=72879094][/quote]


Life isn't too short to learn any language. Learning languages would open more opportunities for you bro.
Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by Divineroyalty(f): 9:22am On Nov 12, 2018
Hadampson:
I didn't know you will be interested in learning German... Sorry wifey

Alright.
Apology accepted.

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Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by Hadampson(m): 3:45pm On Nov 12, 2018
Divineroyalty:


Alright.
Apology accepted.
Danke Liebling cheesy

If you have any question at all, don't hesitate to ask, okay undecided
Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by Hadampson(m): 8:22am On Nov 13, 2018
Feminine nouns

> Most nouns ending in -e are feminine.

die Falte....Crease or wrinkle
die Briicke.....Bridge

Note that male people or animals ending in -e are masculine, and, nouns beginning with Ge- and ending in -e are normally neuter.|/b]

[b]der Löwe....Lion

das Getreide...Crop


> Nouns with the following endings are feminine.

heit.....die schönheit(beauty)
keit.....die Sehenswürdigkeit(sight)
schaft..die Gewerkschaft(trade union)
ung...... die Zeitung(newspaper)
ei..........die Bäckerei(bakery)

>German nouns taken from other languages and ending in -anz, -enz, -ie, -ik, -ion, -tät, -ur are
feminine, with some exceptions.

die Distanz.....distance but: der Kranz(wreath)
die Konkurrenz.....rivalry

die Theorie.....theory but das Knie(knee)
die panik.........panic but der Pazifik(pacific)
die Union....Union

dieTemperatur.... temperature but das Abitur(A levels)


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>Numbers used in counting, for example one, three, fifty are feminine.

Er hat eine Drei gekriegt.

>In German, there are sometimes very different words for male and female, just as in English.

der Mann - Man
die Frau - Woman

der Bulle - Bull
die Kuh - Cow

der Vater - Father
der Mutter - Mother

> Many masculine German nouns can be made feminine by adding -in in the
singular and -innen in the plural.

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Lehrer - Male teacher
|b]die Lehrerin - Female teacher[/b]
Lehrer und Lehrerinnen.... Male and female teachers


der Leser - Male reader
die Leserin - Female reader
unsere Leser und Leserinnen.... Our readers
Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by beatmonster: 5:22pm On Nov 14, 2018
Hadampson

Baba carry go, I am learning so much here

Ich lerne Deutsch

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Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by Hadampson(m): 5:32pm On Nov 14, 2018
beatmonster:
Hadampson

Baba carry go, I am learning so much here

Ich lerne Deutsch



Willkommen an Bord bruder smiley
Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by Hadampson(m): 5:59pm On Nov 14, 2018
Subjective personal pronouns

German - ich
Pronunciation - ish
English - I

German - du
Pronunciation - do
English - you (informal)

German - Er
Pronunciation - err
English - He

German - sie(with lower case s)
Pronunciation - Zee
English - She

German - Es
Pronunciation - ess or you can pronounce it like English S.
English - It

German - Wir
Pronunciation - veer
English - We

German - ihr
Pronunciation - err
English - you (plural)

German - Sie (with upper case S)
Pronunciation - Zee
English - You (Formal)

German - sie ( with a lower case S)
Pronunciation - Zee
English - They

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Note that when you start learning word order in German, you may be confused by the different meanings of the word sie.

sie with a small s can mean either ‘she’ or ‘they’.

Sie with a capital S is used for formal ‘you’ in both singular and plural.

**The verb endings for ‘they’ and singular and plural formal ‘you’ are identical.

cc: beatmonster, queendoreez, divineroyalty

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Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by Hadampson(m): 5:38pm On Nov 18, 2018
Neuter Nouns

> Most nouns beginning with Ge are neuter.
das Geschirr.....crockery, dishes
das Getreide.....crop

> Nouns ending in -lein or-chen are also neuter. These are called the diminutive
form
and refer to small persons or objects.

lein..... das Kindlein (little child)
chen....das Häuschen (little house)

> Fractions are also neuter.
ein Drittel davon....A third of it

> Nouns which refer to young humans and animals are neuter.
das Kind.... The child
das Baby.... The baby
das Lamm... The lamb
das Kalb...... The calf

> Infinitives (the "to" form of verbs) used as nouns are neuter.
das Schwimmen - Swimming
das Spielen - Playing

> Nouns with the following endings are neuter.

tum.....Eigentum (property)
nis.......Ergernis (event)



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Note that if these words have one of the vowels a, o or u, an umlaut should be added above the vowel. The final -e should also be dropped before these endings

For example : der Bach > Bäch - das Bächlein small stream
Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by beatmonster: 7:27am On Nov 19, 2018
My man Hadampson carry go

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Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by Hadampson(m): 9:28am On Nov 19, 2018
beatmonster:
My man Hadampson carry go





Thanks bro smiley
Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by Hadampson(m): 10:21pm On Nov 21, 2018
Compound noun

What is a compound noun?

A compound noun is a noun made up of two or more words, for example,
tin opener and railway station.

Formation
German is well-known for its ability to form compound nouns composed of two or more words. This can be of great help to the student of German, since knowing the meaning of the individual components often makes it possible to understand the meaning of a compound noun that has not been encountered previously.

Often, two singular nouns are joined to form one compound noun.

Example*
das Hotel, das Zimmer - das Hotelzimmer(Hotel room)

das Auto, die Bahn - die Autobahn(Freeway

das Wasser, die Farbe - die Wasserfarbe(Water colour)

der Winter, der Mantel - der Wintermantel(Winter coat)

der Motor, das Boot - das Motorboot(Motor boat)

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Another group of compound nouns is formed by joining a plural and singular noun.
die Kinder, das Zimmer - das Kinderzimmer(Children's room)

die Tage, das Buch - das Tagebuch(diary)

die Kranken, der Wagen - der Krankenwagen(ambulance)


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Some compound nouns are formed from two singular nouns connected by -s or -es.
der Sport, der Mann - der Sportmann(sportman)

die Universität, der Professor - der Universitätprofessor(University professor)

der Geburtstag, der Kuchen - der Geburtstagkuchen(birthday cake)


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Other compound nouns are formed by joining a verb and a noun.
schreiben, der Tisch - der Schreibtisch(desk)

lesen, die Liste - der Leseliste(reading list)

lesen, der Stoff - der Lesestoff(reading material)


Note that in these verb-noun formations, the verb preceding the noun drops its final -en or -n.


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Still other compound nouns are formed by joining an adjective and a noun
rot, der Kohl - der Rotkohl(red cabbage)

dumm, der Kopf - der Dummkopf(fool)

blau, der Stift - der Blaustift(blue pencil)


Gender of Compound Nouns
The last component of the compound noun determines the gender of the noun. For example
der Stahl, die Industrie - die Stahlindustrie(Steel industry)
Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by Hadampson(m): 7:34pm On Nov 22, 2018
Now, that is all about noun. Now we will move to verb. Verb is very important in a sentence because without verb, the sentence will be meaningless. Just like in English, German verb is an action word. Let's start the lesson

Lektion 1
What is a verb

A verb usually describes what a person or any other subject is doing: ‘I go to the cinema.’ ‘She thinks about her holiday.’ ‘They play football.’ It can also describe a state: ‘He is angry.’ ‘She lives over there.’ ‘They love me.’

Verbs in English

In English, verbs take no endings except for the third person singular (‘he’/‘she’/‘it’) in the present tense. You would say: ‘I go’, ‘you go’, ‘he/she/it goes’, ‘we go’, ‘you go’, ‘they go’. Apart from the third person singular where ‘-(e)s’ is added, the verb in the sentence is the same form as the infinitive, that is the basic form of a verb as it is listed in a dictionary or glossary (‘to go’).


Verb formation

German has more endings for verbs in the present tense than English. You take the stem of a verb and then add the required ending. The stem is the form of the infinitive without -en or -n.

Infinitive - kommen
Stem - komm
English - to come

Infinitive - wohnen
Stem - wohn
English - to live

Infinitive - hören
Stem - hör
English - to hear


Verb endings – an overview

Here is an overview of the verb endings in the present tense:

Ich(I) _the verb ending for this pronoun is e.

du(you in an informal address the verb ending for this is st

Sie(you in a formal address) the verb ending is en

er/sie/es(he/she/it) the verb ending is t

Wir(we) verb ending is en

ihr(you plural verb ending is t

Sie(you plural in a formal way verb ending is en

sie(they) verb ending is also en


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A verb with its ending is called a finite verb (as opposed to the infinitive which does not have a meaningful ending)


Verb ending in details

Although as a beginner you probably mostly use the first and second person singular (ich and du or Sie) it is important to know all the endings for the verbs. Here they are in more detail.

ich (‘I’)

For the first person singular you add -e to the stem:

Ich komme aus Nigeria.

ich wohne in München


du/Sie (‘you’, singular)

There are two forms of address in German: the informal and the formal. If you are addressing one person, the informal address is du and the formal is Sie (always with an initial capital letter). The endings are -st and -en:

Woher kommst du? - informal
Woher kommen Sie? - formal

Wo wohnstu? - informal
Wo wohnen Sie? - formal

er/sie/es (‘he’, ‘she’, ‘it’)

To talk about a third person or thing you use er for ‘he’, sie (with small s) for ‘she’ and es for ‘it’[/b] in German and add -t to the stem:

Er spielt Tennis. - He plays Tennis

Woher kommt sie? - where does she come from

Es schneit - It is snowing

wir (‘we’)

Overall the plural forms are much easier to learn. ‘We’ (wir) takes -en the same form as most infinitives: For example

Wir wohnen in Köln. - we live in Cologne
Wir lernen Deutsch. - we learn German


ihr/Sie (‘you’, plural)[b]

As for the singular, there is an informal (ihr) and a formal way (Sie) to address more than one person. These take different endings

Wo wohnt ihr? - where do you live( plural in an informal address)

Was macht ihr hier? - what are you doing here (plural in informal way)


Wo wohnen Sie? - where do you live (plural in a formal situation)

Was machen Sie hier? - what are you doing here? (also plural in a formal way)

[b]sie (‘they’)


When referring to several people, German uses sie again (spelled with a small s) You have to add -en:

Und woher kommen sie? - and where do they come from

Beatmonster und queendoreez - was machen sie hier? - beatmonster and queendoreez - what are they doing here? grin


***
Note that the verb endings for ‘they’ and singular and plural formal ‘you’ are identical.

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Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by janettee: 7:08am On Nov 24, 2018
Hadampson:
The German R

The German R is one of the most challenging consonants for native speakers of English to master.

Unlike English, German uses either the uvular r (the uvula is the small flap of skin hanging from the soft palate at the back of the mouth) or the tongue-trilled r.

As far as the German, I assume the uvular ʀ is commonly used. In order to be able to pronounce it well, you need to gargle( do like hausa that want to spit grin)

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Take a sip of water in your mouth, put your head back and gargle. Basically, that is what you have to do if you want to pronounce the gargled r (uvular r)

Now try and make the same sound without the water

It will take a while until you can get the balance between tenseness and laxness of the sound.


There are some laws guiding the German R

1) If the first syllable is R, you have to use the gargled R... It is pronounced like krrrr in a gargle manner

Examples..... das Rathaus, die Ratte, Russland
Rechts, Rot, Rennen, aufräumen


2) After voiced consonant, you also have to pronounce it like gargled R

groß, die Größe, grün, Bremen, der Druck


3) When R follows an unvoiced consonants, then you have to pronounce it like KRA in a gargle manner.

der Preis, Prima, Krank, der Schrank, die Treppe

4) Before vowels, the R is pronounced RI in gargle manner

Fahren, Studieren, gehören


5) At the end of the syllable, the R will be silent. It will sound more like ah

Lernen, die Schwiegereltern, gefährlich


6) At the end of the word, the R sounds like ah

Für, das Wetter, der, der Politiker, der Fußballspieler, das Bier


7) Before consonant, the R is also pronounced ah

der Berg, dort, die Eltern, kurz, morgen



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To master the German R, you need alot of practice.

For pronunciation, search learn German with Jenny on youtube. Look for the GERMAN R by Jenny. The video is well explained.


#Shalom

6. It's not the 'r' but rather the 'er' sounds like ah. Nice thread though.

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Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by Hadampson(m): 11:22am On Nov 24, 2018
janettee:


6. It's not the 'r' but rather the 'er' sounds like ah. Nice thread though.


Thanks for the correction sis. Do come here more often cos it seems like you are good in German
Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by Hadampson(m): 12:21pm On Nov 24, 2018
Lektion 2

Word order
Word order is much more flexible in German than in English, but there are some very important rules. The most important apply to the position of the finite verb.

Here are some basic principles, which illustrate the difference to English word order.

•The finite verb is the second idea in most statements:

Er hat drei brüder - He has three brothers.

Morgen fahre ich nach Manchester or you can also write it like this; ich fahre morgen nach Manchester which means tomorrow, am going to Manchester.

• The finite verb goes at the beginning of a sentence in orders and many questions:

Lernt beatmonster für die Prüfung? - Is beatmonster studying for the exam? cheesy

Öffnet das Fenster - Open the window please

Hast du morgen Zeit? - Are you free tomorrow


•The finite verb goes at the end in subordinate clauses:

Ich kann morgen nicht kommen, weil ich nach Manchester fahre - I can't come tomorrow because am going to Manchester.

•If there are two verb forms, one of them goes at the end:

Morgen muss ich nach Manchester fahren. - Tomorrow i have to go to Manchester




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Tenses

English tenses differentiate between an action happening at the moment (‘I am working’) and an action taking place regularly (‘I work at Harrods’).

In German, this difference does not exist. The finite verb form is the same in both statements:

Ich arbeite - I am working
Ich arbeite bei Harrods - I work at Harrods

The first sentence signify the action happening in the moment while the second sentence is about action that take place regularly. I hope you get what am saying??


Ich wünsche ein schönes Wochenende grin
Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by Hadampson(m): 12:27pm On Nov 24, 2018
Ahah.. Nawa for una nairalanders o

Imagine 1501 views with no comment. I hope you guys are getting it sha undecided
Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by janettee: 6:13pm On Nov 24, 2018
Hadampson:



Thanks for the correction sis. Do come here more often cos it seems like you are good in German

Will be hanging around wink cheesy..

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Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by janettee: 6:19pm On Nov 24, 2018
Hadampson:
Lektion 2

Word order
Word order is much more flexible in German than in English, but there are some very important rules. The most important apply to the position of the finite verb.

Here are some basic principles, which illustrate the difference to English word order.

•The finite verb is the second idea in most statements:

Er hat drei brüder - He has three brothers.

Morgen fahre ich nach Manchester or you can also write it like this; ich fahre morgen nach Manchester which means tomorrow, am going to Manchester.

• The finite verb goes at the beginning of a sentence in orders and many questions:

Lernst beatmonster für die Prüfung? - Is beatmonster studying for the exam? cheesy

Öffnet das Fenster - Open the window please

Hast du morgen Zeit? - Are you free tomorrow


•The finite verb goes at the end in subordinate clauses:

Ich kann morgen nicht kommen, weil ich nach Manchester fahre - I can't come tomorrow because am going to Manchester.

•If there are two verb forms, one of them goes at the end:

Morgen muss ich nach Manchester fahren. - Tomorrow i have to go to Manchester




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Tenses

English tenses differentiate between an action happening at the moment (‘I am working’) and an action taking place regularly (‘I work at Harrods’).

In German, this difference does not exist. The finite verb form is the same in both statements:

Ich arbeite - I am working
Ich arbeite bei Harrods - I work at Harrods

The first sentence signify the action happening in the moment while the second sentence is about action that take place regularly. I hope you get what am saying??


Ich wünsche ein schönes Wochenende grin

It's lernt wink.
Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by beatmonster: 7:47pm On Nov 24, 2018
Hadampson:
The German Alphabet


The German alphabet has the 26 standard letters found in the English alphabet plus four letters that are
specific to German.

They are as follows:-

Alphabet
Letter German Name
A. ah
B. bay
C. tsay
D. day
E. eh
F. eff
G. gay
H. hah
I. ee
J. yot
K. kah
L. ell
M. emm
N. enn
O. oh
P. peh
Q. kuh
R. err
S. ess
T. teh
U. uh
V. Fau
W. veh
X. iks
Y. üppsilon
Z. Tset



The 4 special letter are as follows


Ä or A-umlaut
English equivalent is melon, age

Ö(oeh) or O-umlaut
English equivalent is flirt, girl


Ü(ueh) or U-umlaut
There is no English equivalent for this

ß... This is called ess-tset or scharfes S(sharp S)
English equivalent for ß is kiss


Note that ß (ess-tset) is the only letter that will never be at the beginning of a word.


boss, help me recheck the bolded
Re: Deutsch Lernen Mit Hadampson... Learning German With Hadampson by Hadampson(m): 9:42pm On Nov 24, 2018
janettee:


It's lernt wink.


Lol... Vielen dank Schwester

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