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arbeiten
to work
duschen
to take a shower
brauchen
to need
fotografieren
to photograph
fragen
to ask
heißen
to be called
hören
to hear, to listen
kaufen
to buy
kennen
to know
lernen
to learn
machen
to do, to make
studieren
to study
trinken
to drink
mein bester Freund
my best (male) friend
die Geschichte
history
oft
often
zusammen
together
der Kaffee
coffee
unsere Freunde
our friends
und
and
die Musik
music

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  • Groenewald2019-04-12 at 13:56

    The downloadable worksheet really comes in very handy. We (me and my two sons) practice with Juliane during the video and then use a printed version of the worksheet to test our knowledge. Afterwards we keep it in a file with all the others to review before moving on to the next lesson. Thanks for all the awesome extras!!

    • Juliane Klingenberg Nery2019-04-13 at 22:41

      Hi Deidre,

      I am glad to hear that you are using the worksheets as well! For additional reviewing, you can also listen to the audio file without looking at the worksheet. Another idea would be to pause the audio version after each sentence and then repeat after me. Keep up the great work! 😀

      Bis bald,

      Juliane

  • leoaref2018-07-16 at 11:31

    I enjoyed a lot studying that lesson! Super!

    • Juliane Klingenberg Nery2018-07-16 at 13:32

      That’s great to hear, Muhammad.

      There will be a similar exercise with other verbs on day 8.

      Viele Grüße,

      Juliane

  • dwallach2018-02-22 at 17:10

    Hallo.  Please explain to me if “to take a shower” is reflexive or not.  In French and Spanish it is.  Thanks.

    • Juliane Klingenberg Nery2018-02-22 at 20:41

      Hi Diana,

       

      well, it can be used with an object and without an object. But my feeling is that just “Ich dusche” is used more frequently. So, you can either say “Ich dusche.” or “Ich dusche mich.” or also “Ich dusche mein Kind.” for example.

       

      When it is used with an object, it’s one of the so-called “false reflexive verbs” which can be used either with a reflexive pronoun or an object in the accusative. Another example for a false reflexive verb would be “waschen”: You can either say “Ich wasche mich” (meaning the whole body) or “Ich wasche meine Füße”. Take a look at the lesson in step 14, on day 92.

       

      Viele Grüße, bis bald,

      Juliane

  • Neda2017-11-08 at 23:25

    Dear Juliane,

    I can not download audio in this lesson. Any reason or solution for this?

    Regards,

    Neda

     

    • Juliane Klingenberg Nery2017-11-10 at 08:36

      Hi Neda,

      it is working here, can you try again? Or click on the direct link:

      Let me know if it works, otherwise I can send it to you as an email attachment.

      Viele Grüße,

      Juliane