• An easy way to start making yourself understood: when introducing yourself, at a hotel, in a café and when travelling. You will be guided through expressions, grammar and pronunciation step by step. The course is based on level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

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    Hallo, wie geht's? Part 1

    how to say hello how to introduce yourself how to ask someone how they are

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    Hallo, wie geht's? Part 2

    to introduce yourself to say goodbye the formal form of address

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    Hallo, wie geht's? Review

    the vocabulary from the previous two lessons how to address someone formally and informally

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    Sind Sie aus Berlin? Part 1

    the personal pronouns

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    Sind Sie aus Berlin? Part 2

    to say where you or someone comes from the verb "sein" {to be}

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    Sind Sie aus Berlin? Review

    the vocabulary from the previous two lessons the forms of "sein" {to be}

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    German pronunciation: "e", "ei" and "ie"

    how to pronounce "e", "ei" and "ie"

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    Woher kommst du? Part 1

    to say where you come from and where you live to make questions with "wo" and "woher" the forms of the verbs "kommen" and "leben"

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    Woher kommst du? Part 2

    to say which languages you speak to say which nationality people have the forms of the verb "sprechen"

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    Woher kommst du? Review

    the vocabulary from the previous two lessons regular verb forms languages, nationalities and countries

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    German pronunciation: "ä", "ö" and "ü"

    how to pronounce "ä", "ö" and "ü"

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    Wie ist das Hotel? Part 1

    to fill in a form with personal information the numbers from 0 to 10 two more regular verbs: "wohnen" and "heißen"

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    Wie ist das Hotel? Part 2

    to talk about hotels to say that something is {not} good the definite articles

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    Wie ist das Hotel? Review

    the vocabulary from the previous two lessons the verbs "heißen" and "wohnen" the definite articles in the singular the numbers from 0 to 10

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    German pronunciation: "k", "z" and "c"

    how to pronounce "k", "z" and "c"

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    Sie wünschen? Part 1

    to order drinks in a café the forms of the verb "nehmen" the indefinite articles and their use

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    Sie wünschen? Part 2

    how to pay bills and tip in German cafés when "der" becomes "den"

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    Sie wünschen? Review

    the vocabulary from the previous two lessons the verb "nehmen" the indefinite articles the accusative forms "einen" and "den"

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    German pronunciation: "ch"

    how to pronounce "ch"

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    Was kostet die Fahrkarte? Part 1

    to use public transport how to ask for a price the verb "fahren" the numbers from 11 to 20

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    Was kostet die Fahrkarte? Part 2

    some more question words the verb "haben" the plural of nouns

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    Was kostet die Fahrkarte? Review

    the vocabulary from the previous two lessons the verbs "fahren" and "haben" the numbers from 11 to 20 nouns in the plural

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    German pronunciation: "s", "ß", "st" and "sch"

    how to pronounce "s", "ß", "st" and "sch"

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