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Imperative Sentences in German
1. Formal CommandThis is the imperative that we learned in Chapter One, the Sie-command. When you address one OR several people in a formal manner, you must use this form. The verb takes the -en ending...

Vijay Kumar | 06 May

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The Perfekt Tense in German
We’re finally going to learn to talk about past events in German! You’re about to learn what’s called the ‘present perfect’ tense in English, or Das Perfekt in German. (Don’t...

Vijay Kumar | 06 May

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German Verbs
Gender rules: In German language, every noun belongs to one of the following three gender groups:Masculine (der), Feminine (die), Neuter (das)To use the correct article, it is essential to remember the...

Abhinav Mishra | 17 Apr

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