This video teaches viewers how to say common phrases in German such as Hello, Please and Thank you! To say Hello, good day in German you would say 'Hallo, guten tag'! The portion of the phrase 'hallo' means Hello in German. Hello, Good morning in German is 'Hallo, guten morgen'. Hello, good evening means 'Hallo, guten abend' in German. 'Gute Nacht' means good night in German. If you would like to say Goodbye or See you again in some time, you would say 'Auf Wiedersehen' in German. If you know...
Watch this video to learn how to say "window" in German.
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Today we're gonna go through the alphabet and general pronounciation of the German Language. Besides the alphabet we will also take a look at how to pronounce:
Watch this video to learn how to say "paper" in German.
In German, the n-declension is one of three possible ways to decline a singular noun, used for nouns ending in -n, -ns or -en. This video teaches you the proper way to use the n-declension, and gives you a short list of useful business-related words in German.
The word 'haben' is a very common German word, which means, 'to have' or 'to possess.' Depending on the structure of the sentence in which it is used, the verb changes its spelling in one of several ways. This video explains how to conjugate 'haben' in the present tense, and gives you several vocabulary words to study.
In this video, we learn how to pronounce simple phrases in German. To say "hello again!" in German, you will say "hallo nochmal!" in German. To say "I am" you will say "Ich bin" in German. "Ich bin Amerikaner" means "I am American" in English. "Ich bin Brite" means "I am a Briton" and "Ich bin Franzose" means "I am a Frenchman". Practice saying these and make sure you have the pronunciation right for all the different vowels and letters that are in the word. German has a very accent for the w...
Conjugating nouns in German depends not only on tense, but also on the relationship between the subject and the object. This lesson provides a basic introduction to the methods of conjugating regular verbs in German. You are also given a short vocabulary list of food-related words in German to study.
Watch this video to learn how to say "student" in German.
Watch this video to learn how to say introductory phrases in German. These films are definitely not a regular language learning course but far more a possibility to learn language through experience. The language situation scenes are supposed to complement any regular language course by providing a sort of language "street experience". Through the many repetitions it is also helpful to remember some most common phrases.
Watch this video to learn how to say "door" in German.
In German, nouns will decline, or change their spelling and pronunciation, depending on how the word is used in the sentence. The definite article will decline with the noun, and this video teaches you which of the six forms and sixteen positions is correct to use in each instance.
Hallo! Hallo is the proper way to say "hello" in German... easy enough, right? Take your lesson one step further by practicing your pronunciation alongside this language video. Learn also how to ask "hello, how are you?" word-for-word with help from this free lesson.
Personal pronouns are used to refer to relationships between the speaker and the listener - such as 'I', 'me' and 'you.' This introductory lesson to German teaches you the personal pronouns used in German. You are also shown 'sein,' the German word for 'to be,' in the present tense.
Old High German is the forefather for contemporary German and Dutch. Polyglot Alexander Arguelles presents a series of videos to provide introductory overviews of the languages of the world. Working diachronically through various language families in turn, he demonstrates how to identify each language, translates a text sample to show how it works, and discusses its genetic affiliation and cultural context. Watch this video language tutorial and learn how to get a general linguistic overview ...
German phonemes pronounced, each with example words. I tried to cover all letters and letter combinations which learners of the German language need to pay attention to.
Watch this video to learn how to say "wall" in German.
Watch this video to learn how to say "overhead projector" in German.
Watch this video to learn how to greet someone in German. Here's a quick translation of some of the words used in this video.
Learn German in this two part series with SpeedyConKiwi. Part 1 of 2 - How to Speak German.
Nouns in German have three main genders - masculine, feminine and neuter. Which gender a word is determine several other grammatical rules, so it's always important to know the correct one when speaking German. This lesson shows the difference between the three genders and how the articles and pronouns are spelled differently based on the gender of the noun.
The definite article in German will change, depending on the tense of the nouns (dative or genitive) in the sentence in which it is used. This lesson teaches you how the definite article changes, as well as a short vocabulary list to study.
This lesson instructs you in the correct way to use the definite article in German for the nominative and genitive tenses. This video shows you when to use each tense, and how the definite article changes for masculine, feminine and neuter nouns. There is also a short vocabulary lesson given.
Nouns in German will change their spelling (or decline) depending on how they are used in a sentence (called their case). This introduction to German will show you the four basic noun declensions in German - nominative, genitive, dative and accusative - and how they are used.
This video goes over the grammatically correct way to decline plural nouns in the nominative, genitive, dative and accusative tenses in German. You are also given a short vocabulary list of common animals in German (dog, cat, horse and pony).
When speaking German, nouns using the s-declension will sometimes have two different endings (-s or -es) in the genitive declension, which does not change the meaning of the word. This lesson teaches how to appropriately apply each ending. The video also teaches you a short list of German travel words.
Learn how to count to 10 in German and say shopping expressions like "how much?" and "I'll take it." For intermediate German speakers because there is no English translation.
Learn how to pronounce Thank you and other German phrases. This video was shot on location in Vienna. The geobeats travel site is perfect for both aspiring and practicing adventurers. Speak common German phrases.