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German Lessons for Beginners and Intermediate Students

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Index Basic German Lessons

Scroll down and check out all my basic online lessons for beginners and intermediate students.

However, here are only a few lessons.

You will get much more if you sign up for my free email course. Learning the German language can be so much fun!

ABC – The German Alphabet

Let’s start with some really German basics. Listen to the German alphabet.

We have 26 letters and three umlauts (Ä,Ö,Ü). Some letters are pronounced very similar to the English pronunciation, but some others are a little different.

>>> German Alphabet ABC

The German Verb: sein (to be)

In this lesson I cover the word: ist (is) which is a form of to be. We usually use it with singular nouns or with the personal pronouns er, sie, es.

You’ll also learn how to conjugate the word sein.

>>> The Word is in German

German Articles der, die, das

The German articles give many students a headache. When do we use der, die or das?

Follow the link and listen to the audio samples then you can practice using the question and answer technique.

Afterwards I explain to you how you can recognize the correct article based on the word endings. Finally, I created a quiz that you can use to test yourself.

>>> German Articles: der, die, das

The Plural Article die

It won’t be that complicated this time. The plural article always stays the same. Listen to the examples and then try to answer the questions.

>>> German Plural – Article: die

Indefinite Articles: ein, eine

In German we have two indefinite articles: ein and eine.
Follow the link and listen to the examples several times before trying to answer the questions.

>>> Indefinite Articles: ein, eine

Colors in German / Fruits in German

Learn the colors like rot, orange, blau, gelb, grün, braun, lila and some fruits in German. Here you can find examples with audios.

>>> Colors in German and Fruits

Personal Pronouns Part 1 and
Conjugation of the Word spielen

On this page I introduce you to the personal pronouns: ich, du, er, sie and es. You’ll also learn how to conjugate the word spielen (to play).

>>> I, you, he, she, it in German

Personal Pronouns Part 2 and
Conjugation of the Word schlafen

On this page I introduce you to the personal pronouns: wir, ihr and sie.

You’ll also learn how to conjugate the word: schlafen (to sleep).

>>>  We, you, they in German

Personal Pronouns Part 3 and
Conjugation of the Words: lieben and hassen

On this page I repeat all personal pronouns: ich, du, er, sie es, wir, ihr and sie.

Listen to the example sentences with the verbs: lieben and hassen and then try to answer the questions.

>>> I love you in German

By the way, how would you define the best German lessons for Beginners?

Well, for one thing, it has to be fun and effective, right?

It must motivate you to keep going and not give up as soon as you run into a little problem. My basic German lessons and method offer all of this.

I always try to make my lessons fun and I have a lot of audio examples, which increases effectiveness.

I don’t just teach German for beginners 

I have a lot more to offer.

Sign up for my free email course and learn my 7 rules to master German. Because I not only have the best German course, but also the best email course.

The email course starts with my 7-rule challenge, then I’ll send you more tips and lessons step by step. I teach German for beginners and intermediate students.

Here are some more of my best online German lessons for you

Tip: Don’t wait until you’ve done all of these basic German lessons. Register now for my email course. Knowing the 7 rules will help you progress much faster so that you don’t waste precious time.

Make sure you tell your friends about my German lessons for beginners

Here you will find other useful pages that will help you to familiarize yourself with the German basics.

The diminutive ending ‘chen’ makes people/things cute and smaller:
chen in German – Diminutives

21 ways to say ‘thanks’ in German + you’re welcome
How do you say thanks in German

45 ways to greet someone in German
Good morning in German

Say hello in German in a way that sounds cool
How to say hello in German

The months in German – listen to the rhymes.
Months in German

How many states does Germany have? Do you know the names?
States of Germany

Are you curious about what people in Germany earn? Do you earn more?
Average Salary in Germany

Impressions of Germany and its language
Germany | Language Learning and More

Nice things you could say to your sweetheart
Romantic German Phrases

How to Learn German Speaking at Home:
How to Learn German Speaking

Learning Tip:
Vocabulary Learning Tip

Additional Lesson and Stories:
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