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Lesson Posted on 19/05/2021 Learn German Language +2 German Language German

50 Most Common German Verbs

The German Bee

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The list is based on frequency of use across fiction, non-fiction and spoken German. # German English 1 sein to be 2 haben to have 3 werden to become, get 4 können to be able to, can 5 müssen to have to, must 6 sagen to say 7 machen... read more

The list is based on frequency of use across fiction, non-fiction and spoken German.

 

# German English
1 sein  to be
2 haben  to have
3 werden  to become, get
4 können  to be able to, can
5 müssen  to have to, must
6 sagen  to say
7 machen  to do, make
8 geben  to give
9 kommen  to come
10 sollen  should, ought to
11 wollen  to want to
12 gehen  to go
13 wissen  to know
14 sehen  to see
15 lassen  to let, allow, have done
16 stehen  to stand
17 finden  to find
18 bleiben  to stay, remain
19 liegen  to lie
20 heißen  to be called
21 denken  to think
22 nehmen  to take
23 tun  to do
24 dürfen  to be allowed, may
25 glauben  to believe
26 halten  to stop, hold
27 nennen  to name, call
28 mögen  to like
29 zeigen  to show
30 führen  to lead
31 sprechen  to speak
32 bringen  to bring, take
33 leben  to live
34 fahren  to drive, ride, go
35 meinen  to think, have an opinion
36 fragen  to ask
37 kennen  to know
38 gelten  to be valid
39 stellen  to place, set
40 spielen  to play
41 arbeiten  to work
42 brauchen  to need
43 folgen  to follow
44 lernen  to learn
45 bestehen  to exist, insist, pass (an exam)
46 verstehen  to understand
47 setzen  to set, place, put
48 bekommen  to get, receive
49 beginnen  to begin
50 erzählen  to tell
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Answered on 15/06/2020 Learn German Language

Deepika Agrawal

Interested to teach to class 1 to 5 , 6 to 10 , 11&12

Duitse is Afrikaans for German.
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Answered on 28/04/2020 Learn German Language

Abhay

Yiddish (also known as the Jewish language), refers to the language spoken by Ashkenazi Jews — Jews from Central and Eastern Europe, and their descendants. Yiddish basic vocabulary and grammar have their origins in medieval West German. Also, it integrates many other languages, like German, Hebrew,... read more

Yiddish (also known as the Jewish language), refers to the language spoken by Ashkenazi Jews — Jews from Central and Eastern Europe, and their descendants. Yiddish basic vocabulary and grammar have their origins in medieval West German. Also, it integrates many other languages, like German, Hebrew, Aramaic and various Slavic and Romance languages.

Yiddish can be considered to be a dialect of German. I say this because a German speaker can understand 85% of Yiddish without much difficulty.

It is evident that Yiddish and German are closely related languages. So, trying to learn both the languages at the same time may create confusion for you. As you progress, you may find it difficult to differentiate between the two languages.

Although grasping ability differs from one person to another and you might be good at switching your mind between two skills, but it is always better to stick at one thing. You should first choose German, gain proficiency in it, and then move to Yiddish. It is because the German language has a vast set of rules and vocabulary. So, learning this language would create a strong base for learning Yiddish. Also, you would be able to relate more with the typical words, often used by the native speakers.

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Answered on 29/04/2020 Learn German Language

Nev L.

The German translation of 'Good morning' is 'Guten morgen'. Here are some ways to wish good morning in German: 1. Good morning dear: Guten Morgen Liebling 2. Good morning my love: Guten Morgen mein Lieber 3. Good morning, honey: Morgen Schatz If you have to say "Jackson, wake up, it's time for school."... read more

The German translation of 'Good morning' is 'Guten morgen'. Here are some ways to wish good morning in German:

1. Good morning dear: Guten Morgen Liebling

2. Good morning my love: Guten Morgen mein Lieber

3. Good morning, honey: Morgen Schatz

 

If you have to say "Jackson, wake up, it's time for school." in german; then it would be "Jackson, früh aufwachen, es ist Zeit für die Schule."

 

If you like to speak German fluently for a personal reason, then you can take German language classes to accelerate your learning process. You can also find skilled German trainers to learn step-by-step; an experienced trainer can make your language learning experience better.

 

If that’s not possible, then you can learn by yourself with the help of resources available both online and offline. You can refer to German grammar books to understand better, listen to audios, watch German movies with subtitles and more. 

 

People say that learning the German language by yourself is hard as this language is complex, but it is not impossible. There are people who have successfully mastered this language all by themselves. If you’re someone who speaks English well, then it will be an added advantage. It is because a lot of vocabulary and grammar will be familiar to you. 

 

Hope this helps!

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Lesson Posted on 17/04/2017 Learn German Language

German Verbs

Abhinav

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 gender of every noun. There are several rules and guidelines determining the articles of some categories... read more

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 gender of every noun. There are several rules and guidelines determining the articles of some categories of nouns. But beware there are exceptions.
Der
Die
Das
Nouns for masculine persons and professions: der Pilot, der Arzt
Nouns for feminine persons and professions: die Pilotin, der Ärztin
Diminutives -chen, -lein: das Kaninchen

Seasons:
der Frühling, der Sommer

Names of motocycle brands:
die Harley Davidson

Nouns derived from verbs:
das Essen, das Schreiben

Months: der Januar, der Februar

Names of planes and ships:
die Boeing 747, die Titanic

Nouns derived from adjectives: das Gute, das Böse

Days of the week:
der Montag, der Dienstag
Cardinal number: die Eins, die drei

Colors:
das Rot, das Gelb

Compass directions:
der Nordwest, der Süden
der Nord, der Ost, der West, der Süd

nouns ending in - falt die Vielfalt

Almost all chemical elements:
das Aluminium except 6

Precipitations: der Regen, der Schnee
nouns ending in - heit die Freiheit, die Sicherheit

Almost all metals: das Zinn, das Messing (brass)

Car brands: der Audi, der BMW
nouns ending in -keit die Möglichkeit, die Schnelligkeit

Fractions: das Drittel, das Viertel, except die Hälfte

Names of trains:
der IC
nouns ending in - schaft die Freundschaft
nouns ending in -ial: das Material, das Potenzial
Alcoholic beverages: Wein, Whiskey (except Bier)
nouns ending in -t die Fahrt
nouns ending in -ment: das Instrument, das Parlament
Names of rivers outside Europe: Amazon, Mississippi
nouns ending in -ung die Zeitung, die Leitung
nouns ending in -nis: das Ergebnis, das Tennis
Names of mountains:
foreign nouns ending in -

nouns ending in -o: das
Mont Blanc, Kilimanjaro (die Zugspitze)
ade die Marmelade
Auto, das Konto
nouns ending in -er der Fahrer, der Lehrer
foreign nouns ending in -age die Garage, die Passage

nouns ending in -tum:
das Quantum
nouns ending in -ismus der Kapitalismus, der Journalismus
foreign nouns ending in -anz die Eleganz, die Dominanz

nouns ending in -um:
das Museum, das Stadium
nouns ending in - ant der Demonstrant, der Elefant (das Restaurant)
foreign nouns ending in - enz die Existenz, die Tendenz
nouns ending in -ling der Lehrling (das Bowling)
foreign nouns ending in -ik die Kritik, die Musik
nouns ending in -ner der Rentner, der Schaffner
foreign nouns ending in -ion die Diskussion, die Koalition
nouns ending in -or der Motor
foreign nouns ending in -tät die Idenität, die Qualität
foreign nouns ending in -ur die Agentur, die Reparatur
nouns ending in -e die Grenze, die Lampe
nouns ending in -ei die Metzgerei
nouns ending in -ie die Diplomatie, die Psychologie
nouns ending in -n die Studentin

How to form a plural?

singular = plural
der Kilometer
die Kilometer
+ n
die Stunde
die Stunden
+ en
der Mensch
die Menschen
+ e
der Tag
die Tage
+ umlaut + e
der Arzt
die Ärzte
+ umlaut + er
das Buch
die Bücher
+ s
das Auto
die Autos

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Lesson Posted on 10/04/2017 Learn German Language

Days in German

Sushmita P.

Certified in German Language from Germany. Currently teaching A1 and A2 level .

In this lesson I will be introducing you with the names of the week days. Montag - Monday Dienstag - Tuesday Mittwoch - Wednesday Donnerstag - Thursday Fritag- Friday Samstag - Saturday Sonntag - Sunday Tag - day Woche - Week Feiertag - Holiday/ Feast day. Wochenende - Weekend Th... read more

In this lesson I will be introducing you with the names of the week days. 

  • Montag - Monday
  • Dienstag - Tuesday
  • Mittwoch - Wednesday
  • Donnerstag - Thursday
  • Fritag- Friday
  • Samstag - Saturday
  • Sonntag - Sunday
  • Tag - day
  • Woche - Week
  • Feiertag - Holiday/ Feast day.
  • Wochenende - Weekend

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Lesson Posted on 08/03/2017 Learn German Language

Body Parts

Kreative Language Hub

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German English Dad Gesicht. Face Das Auge. Eye Der Kopf. Head Die Nase. Nose Das Ohr. Ear Der Hals. Neck Der Mund. Mouth Der Arm. ... read more

German                     English

Dad Gesicht.              Face

Das Auge.                   Eye

Der Kopf.                     Head

Die  Nase.                    Nose

Das Ohr.                       Ear

Der Hals.                     Neck

Der Mund.                   Mouth

Der Arm.                      Arm

Das Bein.                      Leg

Der Fuss.                      Foot

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Lesson Posted on 26/09/2016 Learn German Language +2 Advanced Placement Tests Coaching German Language

German Learning Institute

Shayla

German Learning Institute is a private academic institute in Dhaka. German learning institute started in 2012, founded by students who learn German language spoken at Dhaka city. German learning institute has a dedicated team of linguists for German languages (as well as others). Our faculty team is... read more

German Learning Institute is a private academic institute in Dhaka. German learning institute started in 2012, founded by students who learn German language spoken at Dhaka city. German learning institute has a dedicated team of linguists for German languages (as well as others). Our faculty team is very cautiously appointed in consideration to our organizational goals and objectives. We are marked with excellence in setting standard curriculum, audio visual classes, lively ambience, updated  material and more. When you learn at German learning institute, you get one of the most polished ranges of language courses which accurately matches ones requirement. We have a team of well qualified and experienced faculty who are responsible for uplifting ones overall personality. We provide you the best ambience by making learning a wonderful experience.

German learning institute aims to provide the highest quality of language instruction in a friendly learning environment. Our courses range from the very basic to Intermediate Levels. Our staff members are committed to provide quality education.

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Answered on 08/09/2020 Learn German Language

Asha Arun

Have 15 years of German language experience

It depends on the level you plan to learn. A1 or beginners level can be completed within 60 hrs( 1.5 months) if it is a Monday- Friday class with a duration of 2 hrs/ day. Similar applies to A2.
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Answered on 08/09/2020 Learn German Language

Asha Arun

Have 15 years of German language experience

It would help if you had a passion for learning the language. Choose a teacher with the right experience. Put in a lot of effort. Watch German programs, and try reading any German content. Develop the confidence to speak, doesn't matter if you go wrong, keep trying.
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