How to use the German word WILLKOMMEN

A while ago I was asked when (or how) to use willkommen with bei, in, zu, auf or an. I answered and then did a little research to see if there was more. The result is this blog post. Willkommen & dative prepositions: Willkommen as an adjective. If it’s used an an adjective and comes … Read more

Help, I don’t know when to use mir or mich!

At some point when learning German you will come across pronouns, those little words that replace a noun. When they are the subject of the sentence, most people have no problem remembering them. But then you also come across mir or mich etc… and often I get asked “When do I use mir, dir etc… and when do … Read more

How to memorise those pesky prepositions

When it comes to German grammar learning, I always get asked one big question: “How can I learn those prepositions?” The answer is always the same:”You just have to learn them.” The problem with prepositions is that they are not easy translatable. For example, in English we say ‘I’m on the bus’ which literally translated … Read more

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