The next steps: arranging to meet and asking how to get somewhere, ordering at a restaurant, reserving a hotel room and talking about your family and holidays. Learn all the expressions you need as well as grammar and pronunciation for level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
how to arrange to meet the days of the week the verb "können"
to arrange a time to meet to express different times the verb "müssen"
the vocabulary from the previous two lessons the days of the week and the time the modal verbs "können" and "müssen"
the German "au", "äu" and "eu"
family members "mein, dein, sein" and other possessive pronouns
more family members meinen, deinen, seinen: the possessive pronouns in the accusative numbers over "zwanzig"
the vocabulary from the previous two lessons the possessive pronouns the numbers more than "zwanzig"
how to pronounce the German "f", "w" and "v"
how to use "es gibt" how to use "kein"
to ask for the way formal and informal requests
the vocabulary from the previous two lessons the negation words the imperative some plural forms
how to pronounce the German "h"
to talk about food the regular verb "machen" how to build compound words
to talk about dishes in a restaurant to ask for the bill the irregular verb "wollen"
the vocabulary from the previous two lessons the verbs "machen" and "wollen" the compound words
when vowels are pronounced short or long
to talk about a holiday and the weather the irregular verb "werden" the future tense
how to book a hotel room the irregular verb "möchten"
the vocabulary from the previous two lessons the verbs "möchten" and "werden" the future tense