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German Präteritum Explained

German Präteritum Explained

German Präteritum Explained Das Präteritum or Imperfekt is the German simple past or imperfect. When talking about the past in spoken German, it is more common to use the Perfekt  than Präteritum. Though, there are some verbs and situations where you don’t have an...

German Futur 1 Explained

German Futur 1 Explained

German Futur 1 is the German future tense, though it is rarely used to describe ones future intentions in spoken German. Really? Well, Yes and no. If you want to say “I will learn German next year”, you would say “Ich lerne nächstes Jahr Deutsch”. That’s right, if you...

Perfect the German Perfekt

Perfect the German Perfekt

German Perfekt Tense “Das Perfekt” is the German version of the English present perfect tense. Both of these indicate an action that started in the past and continues up until the present. The German perfekt tense is more commonly used than Präteritum (German past...

Nature of German Nouns

Nature of German Nouns

The inexplicable nature of German nouns! Ever wondered why German nouns have different articles in front of them? Well, you are on the right page for the answer. Unlike in English, German nouns carry genders. Let us take a closer look! The gender of nouns: It is...

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