Finally get clarity about the German language
The German language is infamous for being tricky to learn. Cases, genders and word order are quite a bit different from English, and often teachers won't address these issues in a clear and understandable way - if at all.
Expath's co-founder Stephan has bundled his 12+ years of experience as both a German & English teacher to create the online seminar How German Works - to give any and all learners of German (no matter if they know anything about grammar or not) that moment when it finally "clicks".
If you want to get clear information on German with clear examples, this is the course for you.
- Nancy (North Carolina)
This is the best supplement I've come across in 2 years. Simple, understandable, & just what I needed!!
- Lori (Munich)
Great pairing of visuals with grammar terms. Made German come to life 🙂
- Minu (Virginia)
The most useful way to improve your German and grammar.
- Ndapanda (Bonn)
(Sample) Part 12: What does the dative case look like and what does it mean?
(Sample) Part 15: How can you distinguish between movement and location in German?
The complete seminar includes 2 hours and 56 minutes worth of instructional videos, as well as handy downloadable resources for you to keep. Full seminar contents:
- Part 1: Introduction to the Grammar Workshop
- Part 2: What are transitive verbs?
- Part 3: What are intransitive verbs?
- Part 4: Can these verbs overlap?
- Part 5: What are subjects and objects?
- Part 6: How are subjects and objects different in English?
- Part 7: How do subjects and objects look in German?
- Part 8: Who loves whom and how genders help.
- Part 9: Review and intro to nominative and accusative cases.
- Part 10: What are prepositions and what role do they tie in to all this?
- Part 11: Summary of everything so far.
- Part 12: What does the dative case look like and what does it mean?
- Part 13: Almost all prepositions and what they trigger - diagrammed!
- Part 14: How do movement and location tie into the cases?
- Part 15: How can you distinguish between movement and location in German?
- Part 16: How do you say 'to put' in German?
- Part 17: What's allowed in a German sentence?
- Part 18: What are adjectives and how do they behave in different cases?
- Part 19: Some excellent example sentences to practice adjective declension.
- Part 20: Other types of articles and how they behave in German.
- Part 21: A much more natural way to get article and adjective endings right.
- Part 22: How do reflexive verbs work in German?
- Part 23: How do verbs with prepositions work with the cases?
- Part 24: (Briefly) How does the genitive case work?
- Part 25: The cases summarized in three simple rules.
- Part 26: What are clauses, and how is German sentence structure different from English?
- Part 27: Questions, commands, statements and more in German.
- Part 28: Tendencies of where everything goes in a German sentence.
- Part 29: Der, die, and das: Tricks to guess genders better.
- Part 30: Conclusions
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