Grammatik, short and sweet!
The comparative forms in German are the same for almost all adjectives. The comparative usually ends with the ending “-er”, the superlative being formed by “st+ending” or “am -sten”.
On Sunday, March 7th, 2021 at 10:30 am, Alexandra will familiarize you with the “comparative”.
Be there, join in or just listen.
If you have any questions ahead of time, please contact Alexandra mailto:email@example.com
Save the date and the zoom link:
Day: Sunday, March 7th, 2021
Time: 10.30am to – 11:45am (GMT/UTC+1)
Tipp: join the meeting 10 minutes before the start, then we can start on time
The session is designed for all learners of German. The examples and excercises can be understood independant of the level of German.
- Alexandra welcomes you and shows what to expect
- Start of the lesson: explanations, examples, exercises, summary.
- Learning by modules – how does this work?
- Time to ask questions
To join, please download the ZoomApp https://www.zoom.us/download and click on the Zoom link above about 0 mintues before the session starts.
If you join via your smart phone, dial in and pick your telephone number. This video is very informative if you need help with zoom.
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Past grammar sessions covered:
- der, die das – how do you know?
- accusative, dative – which one to pick when
- two-way prepositions – wohin? wo?
- adjective declination – crazy but feasible!
- subjunctive – Konjunktiv II – part 1
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