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HABEN & SEIN in different tenses, part 2

The two German verbs HABEN and SEIN are – just like ‘to have’ and ‘to be’ in English ...

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HABEN & SEIN in different tenses

The two German verbs HABEN and SEIN are – just like ‘to have’ and ‘to be’ in English ...

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Test your German grammar with some Denglisch words

Denglisch! You all know about the Germans’ love to Germanise English word! Over the last few months I ...

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Angelika's German Tuition and Translation - Why is 'das Mädchen' neuter

Why is ‘das Mädchen’ neuter?

When new students who are beginners learn about gender in German, it usually doesn’t take long before somebody ...

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Got a questions about learning German? Ask Angelika!

Have you ever had a burning question about learning German or about German grammar? Maybe you are using Duolingo and ...

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Dasselbe? Das Gleiche? It’s all the same to me!

Dasselbe? Das Gleiche? It’s all the same to me! Or is it? Sometimes you want to say that ...

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How to use a German text to improve your comprehension

As a regular blog reader you know that I often post about different ways to practise your German, ...

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Learn German with your camera

Students sometimes ask me how they can do additional practice when learning new topics or German grammar. One ...

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The 12 days of learning German

  What sort of presents are you expecting this Christmas? Anything that can help you learn German? At ...

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Help, I don’t know when to use kennen or wissen!

A question I often get asked is “When do I use wissen and when kennen?” A quick look in the dictionary ...

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