Niveau B1. Genitiv vs. Dativ

One of the biggest pain for anyone learning German is the correct use of the dative and the accusative objects. The reason of this big confusion is that it’s not so easy to say when you have to use one or you have to use the other, there are some guidelines of course, but they don’t...

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Übung Deutsch. B1. Präpositionen

Prepositions in German are quite different from English, that’s why very often it’s required a lot of patience before the student is able to master the topic. We use to build the topic throughout all the levels, let’s have a look how you progressed up to the B1 level. If you have...

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German dictation level B1

This exercise is a simple dictation of German level B1, remember when the teacher was reading a text from a book and were trying to catch up? the same. The dictation it’s read quite slow, I hope you don’t have problem with it. If it is too fast or too slow leave me a comment I’ll...

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Listening German, level B1

This is a listening exercise for German learners at level B1. The exercise is provided by me, your favorite German teacher. If at the end of the exercise you’ve found you need some help to progress with your learning don’t hesitate to visit my page for private lesson or online...

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German, Exercise #6, B1 Verben mit Präpositionalergänzung

One of the most important points in German grammar is that many verbs require a certain preposition after it. There are three different categories of prepositions to distinguish: Prepositions that requires an accusative noun: for example: durch, bis, für, ohne, entlang, gegen,...

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