German was ist das Kalıbı Thread Starter

In this section, we will examine a simple question pattern and possible answers to improve and support the German topics we have previously explained. This section will be more practice-oriented. SIMPLE SENTENCES IN GERMAN and GERMAN WAS IST DAS PATTERN Our simple German question pattern: Was ist das? What's this? Was ist…

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German Personal Pronouns

In this lesson, we will examine the subject of German personal pronouns. German personal pronouns, which we know as I, you, it and we, you, they, are words used in accordance with proper or common nouns, instead of them. Also known as German personal pronouns. Personal pronoun and personal pronoun are the same thing. German personal pronouns, German personal pronouns…

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German Numbers

In this lesson titled German numbers, we will show German numbers from 1 to 100 and their pronunciation. In the continuation of our lesson, we will see German numbers after 100, and we will go a little further and learn German numbers up to 1000. German numbers are expressed as Die Zahlen. This lesson titled German numbers is one of the most comprehensive German lessons ever prepared. German…

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General Information About German, Introduction to German

GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT GERMAN, GERMAN LANGUAGE, WHAT IS GERMAN, INTRODUCTION TO GERMAN Hello, German belongs to the Germanic branch of Indo-European languages ​​and is one of the widespread languages ​​of the world. It is known that approximately 120 million people speak German. German is the most spoken native language in Europe. It is spoken in many countries outside Germany. For example, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Belgium,…

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German name -i Hali (German Akkusativ) Subject Narration

EXPLANATION OF THE AFFECTIVE STATE OF THE GERMAN NOUN (AKKUSATIV) Subject explanation of German Akkusativ, 9th grade German Akkusativ, 10th grade German Akkusativ, 11th grade German accusative form subject explanation. In German, nouns (with the exception that we will give a little later) are transformed into accusative form by changing their articles. German articles are changed as follows: Nouns with the article "der"...

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Das Deutsche Alphabet, German Letters

In this lesson called German Alphabet (German letters), we will examine the pronunciation of the German alphabet and the letters in German one by one. While examining the German letters, we will also learn how the letters of the German alphabet are read as independent letters and their pronunciation in words. Explanation of the German alphabet, that is, das Deutsche Alphabet, is very important, especially for those who are just starting to learn German,…

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German Aylar and German Seasons

Dear friends, we will see German days, German months and seasons in our lesson titled German Months and German Seasons. After learning how to write and read German months, seasons and German days, we will show a calendar and examine how German months and German days are written on the calendar. By giving plenty of visuals in our subject, we will help you understand the subject thoroughly and…

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German Hours (die uhrzeit), Do not Say German Clocks, Wie spät ist es?

In this lesson, we will cover the subject of German clocks. Explanation of clocks in German; It can be summarized under the headings of asking what time it is in German, telling the time in German, asking and telling the time in formal and colloquial language. First of all, let us emphasize that in order to be able to tell the time in German, one must at least have a good command of German numbers, as there are many numbers from 1 to 100 in German.

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German Artikeller Lecture Expression (Geschlechtswort)

Hello dear friends, in this lesson titled German Articles, we will explain the subject of German Articles, which especially the friends who have just started learning German are curious about, sometimes find it difficult and many people have difficulty understanding. In our first lessons, we stated that in German the initial letters of common nouns must be capitalized and that each common noun has an article….

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German Days

In this article, we will give information about German days, the pronunciation of German days and their Turkish version. Dear friends, welcome to our lesson titled "Explaining the days of the week in German". In our first lessons like this, we will learn about German days, then months, German seasons and more, so that you can get acquainted with German words and do not require any prior knowledge.

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German Lessons for Grade 9

Dear student friends, there are hundreds of German lessons on our site. Upon your requests, we have grouped these courses for primary and high school students and separated them according to grades. We have categorized our German lessons, which are prepared approximately in line with the national education curriculum implemented in our country, for 9th grade students and listed them below. Below, 9th grade students across our country…

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German Uncertain Artikeller (Unbestimmte Artikel)

In this lesson, we will give information about indefinite articles in German. We gave detailed information about German articles in our previous lessons. We explained how many types of articles there are in German, where they are used and where they are not used. To access all the lessons on our site about German articles, you can use the search section of our site or click on the German articles subject heading.

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German Simple Cümeleler, German Sentence Examples

GERMAN SENTENCES (SAMPLE SENTENCE FORMATIONS) In the previous sections, we gave various information about sentences in the form "this is a door", "this is a table". In this German lesson, we will explain how to make sentences such as "the table is blue", "Ahmet is a student", "the car is new". Examples; Das ist ein Haus (this is a house) Das Haus ist grün (the house is green) Das Haus ist…

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German Numbers, German Numerals, German Numerical Examples

GERMAN NUMBERS, EXAMPLES AND EXERCISES RELATED TO NUMBERS We have seen numbers up to 100 in German, we have seen numbers after 100 in German, we have also seen numbers in the thousands, hundreds of thousands and millions in German, now let's do exercises on numbers in German. In our previous lesson, we examined the numbers between 0-100. Now it will continue with the numbers after 100 and the next…

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German Present Time (Prasens)

GERMAN PRESENT TENSE (PRASENS) TOPIC EXPLANATION, EXAMPLES AND EXERCISES. Hello almancax readers, in our last lessons with almancax, we introduced the present tense and made simple sentences based on subject-verb agreement. In this lesson, we will give some information about the present tense that has not been given before and continue with example sentences. Here are the tenses and sentences in general…

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German Name Codes

SIMPLE PLAIN SENTENCES IN GERMAN, GERMAN SENTENCE STRUCTURE, GERMAN SENTENCE FORMATION COURSE In this lesson, we will focus on noun sentences and definition sentences in the present tense. Definition sentences; Sentences such as this is ……, this is ………. English-speaking readers know this basic and simplest pattern; this is a pen this is a computer this is a…

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German Present Time Codes, German Present Hour Sentence Setup

Dear friends, in this German lesson, we will continue the topic of German present tense, namely Prasens, from where we left off. In our previous lesson, we explained what Prasens is, in which sentences and how it is used, and we showed how some simple verbs are conjugated in the German present tense. Now let's continue. GERMAN PRESENT TENSE AND SENTENCES (PRASENS) SENTENCE FORMATION IN THE PRESENT TENSE…

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German possessive pronouns, possessive pronouns and conjugations

German Possessive pronouns (possessive pronouns) are pronouns that indicate ownership over the noun. For example, the words "my", "your" and "his", which are used in definitions such as "my computer", "your ball", "his car", are possessive pronouns. Now we will give information about these possessive pronouns in German. You can also find examples of the use of German possessive pronouns in sentences in the We Are Learning German section of the forum. German…

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German Questionnaires, German Questioning Codes

QUESTIONAL SENTENCES IN GERMAN. In this lesson, we will examine German interrogative sentences. In our previous lessons, we explained how to make regular sentences in German. There is a small difference between direct sentence structures and interrogative sentence structures in German, and by learning that difference, you will be able to easily make interrogative sentences in German. When turning a plain sentence into an interrogative sentence, singular…

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German Present Time (Präsens) and German Cümleler

In this German lesson titled GERMAN PRESENT TENSE (Präsens) Explanation, Sample Sentences and Exercises, we will give information about the German present tense. In German, the present tense is an easier topic to learn than other tenses. In this lesson, we will examine sentence formations in the present tense, as they are both easy and widely used in daily life.

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German Sentence Building Lesson, How to Construct a German Sentence

MAKING GERMAN SENTENCES, GERMAN SENTENCE EXAMPLES, GERMAN SENTENCES. LET'S LEARN TO MAKE SENTENCES IN GERMAN. DEAR FRIENDS, IN THIS GERMAN LESSON WE WILL PLAY THE FOUNDATIONS ON MAKING SENTENCES. FOLLOW CAREFULLY. Attention: In order to fully understand this and the topics that will be explained next, you need to have sufficient knowledge of Turkish Grammar. Information about sentences and elements in Turkish grammar…

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German Prasens Present Tense Lecture

German prasens present tense lecture, German present tense lesson, German present tense lecture, German present tense exercises, 9th grade German present tense lecture. GERMAN PARASENS AORIST TENSE German present tense explanation, examples and exercises. Hello, in this lesson we will examine the present tense in German. The present tense usage in German is…

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German Numbers and German Numbers

EXERCISES AND EXAMPLES ON GERMAN NUMBERS. We studied the subject of numbers in our previous lessons. In this lesson, we will give many examples about German numbers and help you reinforce this subject. First, let's remember the small numbers again and then consider the larger and complex numbers. If you read all German from zero to millions…

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German Negative Conjectures

In this lesson, we will see negative sentences in German. For example, we will explain how to obtain sentences such as "this is not a child", which is the negative of the sentence "das ist ein Kind" (this is a child). Of course, in order to understand this subject, you need to know how to make positive sentences. In our previous lesson, we explained how to make positive sentences in German. Also German…

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