Learn German Language A1 Course

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Experience German Language Grammar for beginners!

” German Grammar made easy “

German Language Grammar is hard to understand?

For you, simplify the rules with an easy to understand German Language Complete Course with a color-based system. You will even learn to spot by yourself the logical reasons for the existence of the A1 German Language grammar rules.

Would you like to experience your ” Learn German Language grammar for beginners ” course like an individual Face to Face Online lectures with:

  • Native German Language Speaker
  • a Former Intercultural Communication Army Officer
  • with experience in 48 countrieslearned 5 languages by himself, teaching German for beginners for 5 years with 5 stars reviews
  • and captain of a Viking Ship 🙂

German Grammar made easy is how to learn German fast on a digestible long term!

So why do people give 5 Star reviews to this German A1 Language method? See links in my profile description to find the reviews of the German Language complete Course. German for beginners lead to results, like:

“Kevin […] approach always keeps you attentive. It´s like watching a thriller–except you are learning!”

• Allen Shor, Panama

“[…] the wheel of fortune is smiling at you. I truly enjoy the […]  non-trivial lessons. I am really grateful for such an easy and interesting process of learning.”

• Kristina, Russia

“I highly recommend Kevin. […] he knows well the history […] of languages and explains […] logical reasons behind that grammar, idioms, structures, etc.” 

• Andrey, Germany

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What Will You Learn?

  • How to use the German regular and irregular verbs (action words).For example: I live in… I come from
  • Why are there articles, sentence structure and cases (Nominative and Accusative) and how to use them? For example: I am the (der) teacher/ I see the (den) teacher
  • How the endings of the adjectives change. For example: I am the good (gute) student/ I am a good (guter) student
  • How to describe things. For example: The big (große)/ small (klein) car.
  • To understand the German number and time expressions. For example: We meet on the 1st of January at 14:30 afternoon.
  • To use modal verbs (must, should,…) and to compare things. For example: The bigger (größere)…
  • How to give orders. For example: Learn German!
  • As an extra bonus you learn how to greet Germans, to pronounce the language and you will learn the mystical origin of the German country names.

Course Content

Welcome to the German course!

  • Welcome to the Course!
    03:58

Personal pronouns & Verbs

Articles, Vocabulary and Sentence Structure

Your First Case: Nominative (der Mann…)

Adjective (big, small,…)

Your Second Case: Accusative (den Mann…) of the German Language

Numbers & Time

Negation & Sentence Structure II

Modal verbs, Imperative, Comparative

Extra Bonus!

Extra: Practice Your German Language

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