The next steps: about everyday activities, shopping and telling the time. Learn all the essential phrases, along with grammar and pronunciation for level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
numbers from 1 to 12
to ask and say what time it is prepositions for telling the time
vocabulary from the last two lessons prepositions for telling the time
some words for leisure activities review of word order in declarative statements
statements of explanation word order in subordinate clauses
vocabulary from the last two lessons word order in declarative statements and subordinate clauses
some words for the times of day
how to ask about people's plans to talk about future intentions and events
vocabulary from the last two lessons forming the future tense with "gaan" and "zullen"
a few words for things to do in your time off prepositions of direction and place
to ask if someone has time and to make arrangements to meet up more about the future adverbs of time that point to the future
the vocabulary from the last two lessons the future adverbs of time used to signal events in the future
numbers from 13 to 20 review of open and closed syllables
a few phrases for when going shopping how to form the plural of nouns reduction or doubling of vowels in open and closed syllables
vocabulary from the last two lessons reduction or doubling of vowels in open and closed syllables the plural of nouns
what to call family members
some adjectives to describe people possessive pronouns and how to use them
the vocabulary from both lessons possessive pronouns and how they are used
some words of frequency such as 'often' and 'never' review of forms of 'to want' and 'to be able'
to ask about jobs a few words for talking about your job to express wishes and suggestions
the vocabulary from the last two lessons expressing wishes and suggestions