Hello dear friends. There are hundreds of German lessons on our site. We have categorized these lessons upon your request. Especially many of our friends were asking questions such as “which subject should beginners to learn German from”, “in which order should we follow the topics”, “which subjects should we learn first”.
On top of that, we created a list for beginners to learn German. For those who are just starting to learn German, even those who do not speak any German, that is, those who learn German from scratch, carefully review this list.
How should this list be studied? Dear friends, we have listed the following topics by considering the friends who do not speak any German. If you follow this order, you will start learning German from scratch. We recommend you to read the topics in order. Do not skip the line. Study a topic not just once but several times. Make sure that you have learned the subject you are reading well and do not move on to the next topic until you learn it well.
The list below is prepared for those who want to learn German on their own without going to any school or course. Schools or foreign language courses already have a program and course sequence implemented by them. We recommend the following order for beginners to learn German.
German Lessons for Beginners
- Introduction to German
- German Alphabet
- German Days
- German Aylar and German Seasons
- German Artikeller
- Specific Articles in German
- German Ambiguous Articles
- Properties of German Words
- German Personal Pronouns
- German Kelimeler
- German Numbers
- German Watches
- German Plural, German Plural Words
- German Forms of Name
- German Name -i Hali Akkusativ
- How and Where to Use German Articles
- German Was ist das Question and Ways to Answer
- Let's Learn How to Make a German Sentence
- German Simple Sentences
- Simple Sentence Examples in German
- German Question Clauses
- German Negative Conjectures
- German Multiple Clauses
- German Present Time - Prasens
- German Present Tense Verb Conjugation
- German Present Tense Sentence Setup
- German Present Tense Sample Codes
- German possessive pronouns
- German Colors
- German Adjectives and German Adjectives
- German Adjectives
- German Occupations
- German Ordinal Numbers
- Introducing Ourselves in German
- German Greeting Cues
- German Words of Wisdom
- German Speech Patterns
- German Dating Codes
- German Perfekt
- German Plusquamperfekt
- German Fruit
- German Vegetables
- German Hobbies
Dear friends, we believe that if you start to study our German lessons in the order we have given above, you will have come a long way in a short time. After studying so many topics, you can now look at other lessons on our site.
For example, you can continue from the category of intermediate and advanced German lessons, or if you want to progress in terms of German speaking, you can proceed from the category of German speech patterns used in daily life, you can look at various dialogue examples.
If you wish, there are also audio and reading German stories on our site. These stories have been specially voiced for beginners to learn German. Reading speed is extremely slow to understand words and we believe that friends who learn German at a certain level will be able to understand many words. Listening to these kinds of audio stories and reading them at the same time while listening to them is extremely beneficial for improving your German.
In addition, there are many categories on our site such as German learning application, German tests, exercises, German audio lessons, video German lessons.
Since there are many different German lessons on our site that we cannot list here, you can continue to learn German from any category after you finish the list above.