In this post you will learn how to use the dative case prepositions in German including a song to help you remember them, a ton of example sentences and the subtle difference between certain prepositions. This video will help you understand when to use each of the dative case prepositions in German. You will also learn the difference between aus vs von, zu vs nach, and bei vs mit. This lesson has it all. If you want to learn about dative case prepositions in German, this lesson should be your first stop.
Hallo, Deutschlerner. Today you are going to learn how to form the German command form, also known as the imperative. This is what you use to boss people around, tell them what to do and otherwise command people to act in a certain way all in German. I’ll show you all of the different forms you can use and all of the quirks about each type of command. When you are done with this video you will be able to command anyone you want. You will rule the world! Mwahahaha. Just kidding, but you will learn the German imperative form.
Hallo, Deutschlerner. You already know how to conjugate regular German verbs in the present tense. Today we are going to learn how to use some stem-changing verbs in the present tense in German.
In this lesson you will learn how to conjugate and properly use German modal verbs in sentences. I’ll explain what modal verbs are, why they are important and what you need to know about them in order to use them properly.