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Intermediate German 202

Study the gender of nouns and the basic structure of German sentences in this intermediate-level free online course.

Publisher: Kevin Gründel
Language learning experts propose that mastering the sentence structure is a brilliant way to attain fluency in any language, including German. This free online course will dissect the anatomy of the main sentence, side sentence, prefixes, and noun genders used in German. You will also learn to ask meaningful questions and clearly explain situations. By taking this course, you will become a more confident speaker of German. Enrol now.
Intermediate German 202
  • Duration

    3-4 Hours
  • Students

    729
  • Accreditation

    CPD

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A sentence structure describes how the essential elements of a particular sentence are put together in a grammatical context. In this course, you will explore the main sentence structure of German. We will teach you how to identify the side sentence structure and form a regular sentence by considering the components and arrangements used in the German lexicon. We examine how to emphasize a piece of information, the methods for creating a question sentence and the options for saying “no” in German. We will show you situations for placing a comma, including the enumeration of numbers, explanatory addition, literal speech, and the use of German conjunctions. This course is an intermediate-level course. If you recently only started learning German, we recommend you check out our Beginner German series before taking this one.

This course will outline why you should adopt the KISS (Keep It Simple and Short) concept in your approach to learning German to help you naturally master the language like a native speaker. Did you know that there is a notion called sweetening of words in German? The Oxford dictionary defines sweeten as “make more agreeable or acceptable.” Following this definition, we describe sweetening as the concept of making words and expressions more pleasing to the ear by using diminutives. In this vein, we will throw more light on the German diminutive. With this, you will be able to develop your vocabulary beyond that of a beginner. You will also learn about Partizip I and how to enunciate expressions that adopt this sentence structure.

Finally, we will explore the most significant homonyms of the German language, including the four categories of homonyms, with practicable examples. We explain word capitalization, and we present the art of word combination, such as the two methods for achieving the linking of words. Then, discover the five most critical uses of the term “noch” and how it changes the meaning of a German expression. Finally, we highlight why you must always think from the perspective of the second speaker in communicating. What is the sentence structure of Partizip I? Is there a universal rule to determine the noun genders in German? By completing this course, you will discover the answers to all these questions and develop your cognitive reasoning capacity to improve your mastery of this language. Signup today!

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