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Program Details

Einführung A

  • A.1 Giving instructions: polite commands  
  • A.2 What is your name? The verb heißen  
  • A.3 The German case system
  • A.4 Grammatical gender: nouns and pronouns  
  • A.5 Addressing people: Sie versus du or ihr  

Einführung B

  • B.1 Definite and indefinite articles  
  • B.2 Who are you? The verb sein
  • B.3 What do you have? The verb haben  
  • B.4 Plural forms of nouns
  • B.5 Personal pronouns
  • B.6 Origins: Woher kommen Sie?  
  • B.7 Possessive determiners: mein and dein/Ihr  

Kapitel 1 Wer ich bin und was ichtue

  • 1.1 The present tense
  • 1.2 Expressing likes and dislikes: gern / nicht gern
  • 1.3 Telling time
  • 1.4 Word order in statements
  • 1.5 Separable-prefix verbs
  • 1.6 Word order in questions

Kapitel 2 Besitz und Vergnügen

  • 2.1 The accusative case 
  • 2.2 The negative article: kein, keine 
  • 2.3 What would you like? Ich möchte
  • 2.4 Possessive determiners
  • 2.5 The present tense of stem-vowel changing verbs
  • 2.6 Asking people to do things: the du-imperative 

Kapitel 3 Talente, Pläne, Pflichten

  • 3.1 The modal verbs können, wollen, mögen 
  • 3.2 The modal verbs müssen, sollen, dürfen 
  • 3.3 Accusative case: personal pronouns 
  • 3.4 Word order: dependent clauses 5
  • 3.5 Dependent clauses and separable-prefix verbs

Kapitel 4 Ereignisse undErinnerungen

  • 4.1 Talking about the past: the perfect tense
  • 4.2 Strong and weak past participles 
  • 4.3 Dates and ordinal numbers
  • 4.4 Prepositions of time: um, am, im
  • 4.5 Past participles with and without ge-

Kapitel 5 Geld und Arbeit

  • 5.1 Dative case: articles and possessive determiners 
  • 5.2 Question pronouns: wer, wen, wem
  • 5.3 Expressing change: the verb werden
  • 5.4 Location: in, an, auf + dative case
  • 5.5 Dative case: personal pronouns 

Kapitel 6 Wohnen

  • 6.1 Dative verbs
  • 6.2 Location vs. destination: two-way prepositions with the dative or accusative case
  • 6.3 Word order: time before place
  • 6.4 Direction: in/auf vs. zu/nach
  • 6.5 Separable-prefix verbs: the present tense and the perfect tense 
  • 6.6 The prepositions mit and bei + dative

Kapitel 7 Unterwegs

  • 7.1 Relative clauses
  • 7.2 Making comparisons: the comparative and superlative forms of adjectives and adverbs
  • 7.3 Referring to and asking about things and ideas: da-compounds and wo-compounds
  • 7.4 The perfect tense (review)
  • 7.5 The simple past tense of haben and sein

Kapitel 8 Essen und Einkaufen

  • 8.1 Adjectives: an overview
  • 8.2 Attributive adjectives in the nominative and accusative cases
  • 8.3 Destination vs. location: stellen/stehen, legen/liegen, setzen/sitzen, hängen/hängen
  • 8.4 Adjectives in the dative case
  • 8.5 Talking about the future: the present and future tenses

Kapitel 9 Kindheit und Jugend

  • 9.1 The conjunction als with dependent-clause word order
  • 9.2 The simple past tense of werden, the modal verbs, and wissen
  • 9.3 Time: als, wenn, wann
  • 9.4 The simple past tense of strong and weak verbs (receptive)
  • 9.5 Sequence of events in past narration: the past perfect tense and the conjunction nachdem (receptive)

Kapitel  10 Auf Reisen

  • 10.1 Prepositions to talk about places: aus, bei, nach, von, zu  
  • 10.2 Requests and instructions: the imperative (summary review)
  • 10.3 Prepositions for giving directions: an … vorbei, bis zu, entlang, gegenüber von, über
  • 10.4 Being polite: the subjunctive form of modal verbs
  • 10.5 Focusing on the action: the passive voice

Kapitel 11 Gesundheit und Krankheit

  • 11.1 Accusative reflexive pronouns
  • 11.2 Dative reflexive pronouns
  • 11.3 Word order of accusative and dative objects
  • 11.4 Indirect questions: Wissen Sie, wo …?
  • 11.5 Word order in dependent and independent clauses (summary review)

Kapitel 12 Die moderne Gesellschaft

  • 12.1 The genitive case
  • 12.2 Expressing possibility: würde, hätte, and wäre
  • 12.3 Causality and purpose: weil, damit, um … zu
  • 12.4 Principles of case (summary review)