Are you curious and do you like to explore things on your own?
Then browse the wide range of five categories including about 50 topics altogether
|Info | present tense | perfect tense | auxiliaries | modal auxiliaries | prefex-verbs | imperative | intransitive verbs | nominative | accusative | dative | adjective|
||Info | gender | determiner | numbers | personal pronouns | possessive pronouns | number | case | nominal suffix|
|Info | expressions of place | changing prepositions | adverbs | direction|
|Info | calendar | time | date | relationship | frequency | adverb of sequence | sequencing preposition | duration|
|Info | greeting | adressing | introducing | contact | questions | answers | negation | requests | judging | opinions | wishes | letters | classroom phrases|
keyword: explorative learning
Imagine going on an expedition into a new language and being able to move around freely, independently and playfully… How is the system of the German language constructed? Into which categories and modules can it be divided? How is this all related?
Can I learn like this? Yes, you can! You get a feeling for the construction of the building “German language”.
Notice: At the moment only grammar topics of Level A1 are included.