• With beginner’s course 4 you’ll take the next step. You’ll learn how to speak your mind, express why you’re not feeling well and talk about hobbies or sports. This course is based on level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

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    Mein Hals tut weh. Part 1

    to say why you aren't feeling well the forms of the verb "dürfen" how to use "dürfen" and other modal verbs

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    Mein Hals tut weh. Part 2

    some more parts of the body in German what to say at the doctor's office how to use separable verbs

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    Mein Hals tut weh. Review

    the vocabulary from the previous two lessons how to use "dürfen" and other modal verbs how to use separable verbs

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    Ich habe gearbeitet. Part 1

    to talk about your profession and work experience how to form the "Perfekt" tense of regular verbs how to use it

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    Ich habe gearbeitet. Part 2

    to talk about job applications the "Perfekt" tense of irregular verbs

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    Ich habe gearbeitet. Review

    the vocabulary of the previous two lessons the "Perfekt" of regular and irregular verbs

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    German pronunciation: "t" and "d"

    how to pronounce the German "t" and "d"

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    Ein tolles Konzert! Part 1

    to talk about a concert the forms of the verb "mögen" to say that you like something very much... or not at all

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    Ein tolles Konzert! Part 2

    to talk about a singer the forms of adjectives following indefinite articles

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    Ein tolles Konzert! Review

    the vocabulary of the previous two lessons the forms of the verb "mögen" adjective endings

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    German pronunciation: "p" and "b"

    how to pronounce the German "p" and "b"

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    Du fährst schneller als ich. Part 1

    to say what you'd like to do in your free time comparative forms, e.g. "schneller"

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    Du fährst schneller als ich. Part 2

    to talk about sporting events superlative forms, e.g. "am schnellsten"

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    Du fährst schneller als ich. Review

    the vocabulary from the previous two lessons the comparative and superlative forms

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    German pronunciation: "k" and "g"

    how to pronounce the German "k" and "g"

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    Da hast du recht! Part 1

    to express an opinion to say that you {don't} agree with someone to form clauses with "dass" and "wenn"

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    Da hast du recht! Part 2

    more vocabulary to express an opinion to form clauses with "weil" and "denn"

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    Da hast du recht! Review

    the vocabulary from the previous two lessons how to use "dass", "wenn", "weil" and "denn"

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