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Learning and understanding German Grammar is very important as there are a lot of grammatical rules that are specific to German.
This Course guides you with a clear direction in learning German successfully and effectively.
As you can see from our Course Curriculum we have carefully curated the Course to encompass all of the necessary topics in learning and understanding German Grammar.
A signed Certificate of Completion is included within the Course Price.
Section 1: The German Grammatical Cases
Lesson 1: The Nominative Case
Lesson 2: The Accusative Case
Lesson 3: The Dative Case
Lesson 4: The Genitive Case
Section 2: The Definite Articles
Lesson 5: Definite Article (Nominative & Accusative)
Lesson 6: The Definite Article (Genitive)
Lesson 7: The Definite Article (Dative)
Lesson 8: The Indefinite Article (Nominative & Accusative)
Lesson 9: The Indefinite Article (Genitive)
Lesson 10: The Indefinite Article (Dative)
Section 3: Important Basics
Lesson 11: Subject Pronouns
Lesson 12: Nouns: Masculine Nouns, Feminine Nouns + Plural Nouns-
Lesson 13: Nouns: Compound Nouns + Weak Masculine Nouns-
Lesson 14: Adjectives in German I
Lesson 15: Adjectives in German II
Lesson 16: Nominative Pronouns
Lesson 17: Accusative Pronouns
Lesson 18: Dative Pronouns
Lesson 19: Nominative Possessive Pronouns
Lesson 20: Accusative Possessive Pronouns
Lesson 21: Dative Possessive Pronouns
Lesson 22: Genitive Possessive Pronouns
Section 4: The Verb Tenses
Lesson 23: Introduction to Verbs in German
Lesson 24: Present Tense of Regular Verbs I
Lesson 25: Present Tense of Regular Verbs I
Lesson 26: Present Tense of Regular Verbs I
Lesson 27: The Future Tense
Lesson 28: German Past Participles
Lesson 29: The Past Tense I (Das Perfekt)
Lesson 30: The Past Tense II (Präteritum)
Lesson 31: The Past Tense III- Verbs of Movement & exceptions
Section 5: Structuring a Sentence, Prepositions, Demonstratives & Negation in German
Lesson 32: Word Order - German Beginners
Lesson 33: Word Order- Asking Questions in German
Lesson 34: Accusative Prepositions
Lesson 35: Dative Prepositions
Lesson 36: Genitive prepositions I
Lesson 37: Genitive prepositions II
Lesson 38: Kein vs Nicht
Section 6: Important Verbs
Lesson 39: Present Tense of “Sein”
Lesson 40: Present Tense of “Haben”
Lesson 41: Modal Verbs: Müssen
Lesson 42: Modal Verbs: Wollen
Lesson 43: Modal Verbs: Mögen
Lesson 44: Modal Verbs: Können
Lesson 45: Modal Verbs: Sollen
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