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      German A1

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      Nominative Case

      the subject of the sentence


      related to a noun to modify or describe it.

      Gender of Nouns

      genders: masculine, feminine, and neuter

      Personal Pronouns

      I, you, he, she, it, we, they 

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      Regular Verbs

      conjugate regular verbs in the simple present

      Plural Formation

      how to form the plural of nouns

      Accusative Case and "haben"

      the direct object in a sentence

      Word Order

      how to order nouns verbs and more

      Definite Articles

      how to say "the" in the nominative case

      Indefinite Articles

      how to say "a" in the nominative case

      Irregular Verbs

      conjugation of irregular verbs in present tense


      how to say "no" or "not"

      Possessive Articles/Adjectives

      similar to "ein" words: my, your, his, her, etc

      Coordinating Conjunctions

      combining two clauses together

      Question Words

      wie, was, wann, warum, wo and more

      Separable Prefix Verbs

      understanding word order with separable verbs

      Cardinal and Ordinal Numbers

      learn how to count in German

      Modal Verbs

      verbs like "want" "can" "should" and more

      Present Perfect-Regular Verbs

      using the past tense (regular verbs)

      Present Perfect-Irregular Verbs

      using the past tense (irregular verbs)

      Present Perfect-Mixed Verbs

      using the past tense (mixed verbs)

      The Dative Case

      the indirect object plus other use cases


      giving commands and orders in German

      Simple Past Tense-Regular Verbs

      using the past tense in a written form (regular)

      Simple Past Tense -Irregular & Mixed Verbs

      using the past tense in a written form (irregular)

      Two-Way Prepositions

      prepositions that take the dative or accusative case

      Dative Verbs

      verbs that require the dative case

      Future Tense

      "will" and "going to" in German


      using the subjunctive mood "if" statements

      Dative Prepositions

      prepositions that take the dative case

      The Comparative

      comparative form of adjectives

      Temporal Prepositions

      prepositions governing time

      Present Perfect-Separable Prefix Verbs

      present perfect form of separable verbs

      Present Perfect-Inseparable Prefix Verbs

      present perfect tense of inseparable prefix verbs

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