Practical German for Father’s Day

This page contains affiliate links to Amazon. It means I’ll get a few pence if you buy anything – at no extra cost to you. Welcome to my next blog post based on our ‘Ask Angelika’ shows with practical or useful sentences you might hear or use yourself in certain scenarios. Today we’re looking at … Read more

Practical German for a visit to a restaurant

This page contains affiliate links to Amazon. It means I’ll get a few pence if you buy anything – at no extra cost to you. Welcome to my next blog post based on our ‘Ask Angelika’ shows with practical or useful sentences you might hear or use yourself in certain scenarios. Today we’re looking at … Read more

Practical German for Easter

This page contains affiliate links to Amazon. It means I’ll get a few pence if you buy anything – at no extra cost to you. Welcome to my next blog post based on our ‘Ask Angelika’ shows with practical or useful sentences you might hear or use yourself in certain scenarios. Today we’re talking about … Read more

Practical German for the London Marathon

This page contains affiliate links to Amazon. It means I’ll get a few pence if you buy anything – at no extra cost to you. Welcome to my next blog post based on our ‘Ask Angelika’ shows with practical or useful sentences you might hear or use yourself in certain scenarios. Today we’re talking about … Read more

Practical German for Fasting

This page contains affiliate links to Amazon. It means I’ll get a few pence if you buy anything – at no extra cost to you. Welcome to my next blog post based on our ‘Ask Angelika’ shows with practical or useful sentences you might hear or use yourself in certain scenarios. Today we’re talking about … Read more

Practical German for Carnival

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Practical German for a visit to a café

This page contains affiliate links to Amazon. It means I’ll get a few pence if you buy anything – at no extra cost to you. Welcome to my third blog post based on our ‘Ask Angelika’ shows with practical or useful sentences you might hear or use yourself in certain scenarios. Today we’re ordering coffee … Read more

Exploring the German verb BRECHEN and its variations

This page contains affiliate links to Amazon. It means I’ll get a few pence if you buy anything – at no extra cost to you. The verb brechen means to break. It gets conjugated as follows (watch out, it’s an irregular verb, so the 2nd and 3rd form singular is different): The perfect tense goes with ‘haben’ … Read more

Practical German for New Year

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Exploring the German verb GREIFEN and its variations

This page contains affiliate links to Amazon. It means I’ll get a few pence if you buy anything – at no extra cost to you. The verb greifen means to grab. It gets conjugated as follows: The perfect tense goes with ‘haben’ and the past participle is ‘gegriffen’, and in the imperfect tense it’s ‘ich … Read more

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