Reflexive pronouns in German

Reflexive Pronouns In German

All pronouns play the function of replacing a previously mentioned noun or an already known noun in a sentence except

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Ways to use the Genitiv in German

Different Ways To Use The Genitiv In German

As explained in a previous post, the Genitiv in German is used to either show ownership/possession or measurement. Even so,

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Categories of German main verbs

HAUPTVERBEN: Categories and types of German main verbs

Understanding and properly conjugating German verbs begin with knowing their major categories and in this case, the subcategories of the

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Vor oder bevor

Vor oder Bevor: Difference and Similarity

The temporal conjunction and preposition both mean “before” in English. As “before”, vor forms a kind of “unfinished subordinate clause”

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Brauchen müssen difference


When two verbs have a similar meaning and seem complicated to tell apart, the most important thing to do is

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AUFGRUND, INFOLGE, ANLÄSSLICH oder WEGEN: Similarities and Differences

These genitive causal (kausal) prepositions are so important in German language. Even though they are all synonymous in meaning to

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