德语语法
 
  • 德语语法(英德对照)-Masculine and feminine
    Jobs in German can be masculine or feminine, like the people doing them. When a job is done by a woman, very often an -in ending will be added.Ich bin Lehrer I'm a teacher (male) Ich bin LehrerinI'm a teacher (female) Ich bin PolizistI'm a
    03-07
  • 德语语法(英德对照)-Numbers 1-10
    eins 1 zwei 2 drei 3 vier 4 fnf 5 sechs 6 sieben 7 acht 8 neun 9 zehn 10
    03-07
  • Deutsch lernen:Lesson 17 Wissenswertes über Deutschland-3
  • Deutsch lernen:Lesson 17 Wissenswertes über Deutschland-4
    DeutschEnglishnatrlichdie Eigenschaftcertainlyattribute, featuredie Pnktlichkeitpnktlichfest, genauder Terminversucheneinhaltenhchstensder TreffpunktschaffenBescheid gebenpunctualitypunctualexactlyappointment, settled dayto tryto observe, t
    03-07
  • 71个德语连词-1
    #1 AberButExample: Sie mchten ins Kino gehen, aber sie haben kein Geld. (They want to go to the movies, but don't have any money.)#2 DennBecauseExample: Du gehst in die Schule, denn du willst lernen. (You go to school because you want to le
    03-07
  • 71个德语连词-3
    #21 In der Zukunft, ZuknftigIn The FutureExample: Wir wollen zuknftig (in der Zukunft) umziehen. (We want to move in the future.)#22 InzwischenMeanwhile, In The MeantimeInzwischen implies a recent change in circumstances.Example: Ich habe m
    03-07
  • 71个德语连词-4
    #31 Seitdem, SeitherSince ThenExample: Wir sehen die beiden selten seitdem sie heirateten. (We see the two rarely since they got married.)#32 SobaldAs Soon AsExample: Sobald ich Deutsch lerne, fliege ich nach Deutschland! (As soon as I lear
    03-07
  • 德语语法(英德对照)-Compound nouns
    Many German nouns are formed by putting two or more shorter nouns together.Try guessing the word before displaying the answerErdbeere + torte strawberry + cake Milch + Kaffee milk + coffee These compound nouns are often linked in the middle
    03-02
  • 德语语法(英德对照)-Saying 'I'd like...'
    There are two ways to ask for something politely or to say what you want in German.Ich htte gern... Ich mchte...Both mean I'd like..., and are always followed by a noun.When you're asking for unspecified amounts the word some is omitted.Ich
    03-02
  • 德语语法(英德对照)-Numbers 11-99
    Numbers 11-99 The German numbers 11-30 follow a similar pattern to English:elf 11 zwlf 12 dreizehn 13 vierzehn 14 fnfzehn 15 sechzehn 16 siebzehn 17 achtzehn 18 neunzehn 19 zwanzig 20Numbers 21-99 are made up slightly differently. The small
    03-02
  • 德语语法(英德对照)-Saying 'there' and 'there is/a
    ThereTo say there you use da or dort - both have a similar meaning, but dort is a bit more formal and often has the sense over there. Da can also mean here.Die neue Foto-Ausstellung ist da. The new photo exhibition is there. Sie finden die
    03-02
  • 德语语法(英德对照)-Saying 'I need'
    To say what you need in German, you use the verb brauchen, literally to be in need of....You only use brauchen with nouns:Ich brauche ein Bier. I need a beer. Sie brauchen eine Tankstelle You need a petrol station. Du brauchst Benzin. You n
    03-02
  • 德语语法(英德对照)-Agreeing
    There are several ways to indicate that you agree with what someone has just told you.Genau is frequently used. It literally means Exactly, but is also used in conversation to mean Indeed or Of course.In Ordnung, which literally means In or
    03-02
  • 德语语法(英德对照)-Talking about the future
    In German the present tense can be used to describe an action that takes place in the future. This is similar to saying going to in English.You use this form in sentences that include a time expression, like tomorrow or next week.Es regnet
    03-02
  • 德语语法(英德对照)-Months
    You can easily recognise the months in German:Januar Februar Mrz April Mai Juni JuliAugustSeptemberOktober NovemberDezemberWhen you include the month when giving the date there's no word for of.am zweiten Oktober         on the seco
    03-02
  • 德语语法(英德对照)-Days of the week
    Here are the days of the week:Montag Monday Dienstag Tuesday Mittwoch Wednesday Donnerstag Thursday Freitag Friday Samstag Saturday Sonntag SundayJust like other nouns in German, the days of the week begin with a capital letter.To say on wh
    03-02
  • 德语语法(英德对照)-Saying 'it'
    As in English you can refer back to something that has already been mentioned by saying it. In German you use a different word depending on whether the word is masculine, feminine or neuter.With der words, ie. masculine words, you use er:Tr
    03-02
  • 德语语法(英德对照)-Saying 'from'
    When you say from, you can use two words - aus or von.Aus is used with countries and place names.Ich komme aus DeutschlandI come from Germany.In most other cases, you use von.Von can change depending on whether the word that follows it is a
    03-02
  • 德语语法(英德对照)-Describing objects
    Adjectives are used to describe something, for example when you talk about size or colour.In German adjectives take different forms depending on where they appear in a sentence.They can appear after a verb.However, when the adjective appear
    03-02
  • 德语语法(英德对照)-Numbers 100 and above
    To make up numbers higher than 100 you simply add -hundert in front of the smaller numbers:hundert + eins = hunderteins 101 hundert + zweiunddreiig = hundertzweiunddreiig 132You can link words with und, but it's completely optional.hundert
    03-02
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