German exercise, B2 level, nominaler und verbaler Stil.

Niveau B2 about nominaler and verbaler Stil In German there are a lot of verbs that have their corresponding nouns, for example: versuchen – der Versuch, ansteigen – der Anstieg. If you want to form a sentence you can either use the verbal form (verbaler Stil) by using a verb or the...

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Exercise level B2 – Konjunktionen

In the basic courses A1 and A2 you’ve learned how to build simple sentences in German. Sure if you want to be fluent in German, as well as in any other language, you need to be able to connect single sentences using conjunctions. This a subject that is developed through all B1 and B2...

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German course – B2 – Trotzdem vs. obwohl

Write each of the sentences below using trotzdem and obwohl. Beispiel: Ich hatte heute einen sehr anstrengenden Arbeitstag, trotzdem habe ich noch Lust mich mit meinen Freunden zu treffen. vs. Obwohl ich heute einen sehr anstrengenden Arbeitstag hatte, habe ich noch Lust mich mit meinen Freunden...

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Exercise level B2 – listening: Informationsgespräch

If you plan to take a German language test, listening comprehension is one of the test you have to pass. Maybe one of the most difficult test, because very often the talkers have some accent or pronunciation difficult to catch. Here is a simple dialog in German to test you level, interpreted by me...

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German Exercise, level B2, damit – um…zu

Niveau B2: damit oder um…zu?   Combine the following sentences with “damit” or “um…zu”. You use “damit” when the 2 sentences have different subjects. When they have the same subject you use “um…zu”. Example: Sie will weniger arbeiten. Ihre Kinder haben mehr...

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