German Made Simple!



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Learn to speak, write and understand German quickly and easily to achieve your personal and professional goals. This is German Made Simple!This course is perfect if you want to:master everyday situations in a German speaking countrycommunicate accurately what you want to saybe spontaneous in conversations and discussionsdevelop your reading, writing, speaking and listening skillsWhether you are a complete beginner, too busy for a language class, or needing to brush up before a vacation or business trip, this is the course for you. It covers all four basic skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing, and you can enjoy the freedom and flexibility to learn at your own pace.The language is approached in a functional and communicative way so that you can easily use what you have learned to communicate in German effectively.



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On hand tutor support throughout the course Professional, fun and easy to understand lectures Comprehensive end of course quiz assessment, plus certificate! Engaging exercises to test comprehension Build your conversational skills Audio lessons in addition to video lectures Learn German fast! 



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Say hi to your fellow students!
Share your new course with your friends!
How to never forget vocab again!
The Secret to Fluency

Meeting People
How to introduce yourself
Alphabet and Sounds
Personal Pronouns
Formal and Informal Speech
Verb Endings
Verb: sprechen
Word Order
Countries and Languages
Numbers 1-20

Talking about your family
Jobs, family, hobbies
Verb: sein
Verbs: lesen, sehen
Possessive Pronouns
Numbers 20-100
Stating likes and dislikes

Exploring your Neighbourhood
A walk in the city
Definite and Indefinite Articles
Possessive Pronouns II
Akkusativ Case
Verb: haben
Opening Times

Going to a Restaurant
How to order food and drink
A typical menu
Adjective endings: akkusativ
Verb: mochte
Verbs: nehmen, essen
Modal verb: konnen
Plural Nouns
Verbs “haben” and “sein” in past tense

Describing your Daily Routine
A Typical Day
Telling the Time
Personal Pronouns: akkusativ
Past Perfect
Past Perfect: Irregular Verbs
Separable Verbs
Telling the Time
A Typical Day: Past Tense Version
Negation of past tense verbs

Going on a Trip
The Weather
Buying a Ticket
Modal Verb: wollen
Direction Prepositions
Conjunctions: dass/weil
Dativ Case
Movement v Location
Months of the year

Making Appointments
Calling the Doctor
Body Parts
Going out with friends
Modal Verb: mussen
Personal Pronouns Dativ
Verbs with Dativ and Akkusativ
Reading the date
More Prepositions with Dativ

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Part 3
Part 4
Part 5
Part 6
Part 7
Part 8
Part 9
Part 10
Part 11
Part 12
Part 13
Part 14
Part 15
Part 16
Part 17
Part 18
Part 19
Part 20
Part 21
Part 22
Part 23

German Made Simple!

£ 19 VAT inc.