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German adverbs of time, manner and place - learn German,grammar,german

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Common #German mistakes made by speakers of English. Check out www.deutsch.ie for more German grammar advice! #Language

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Most English speakers struggle with the concept of different genders. In English everything is ‘the’ and all over sudden it needs to be converted into ‘der, die, das’ . The majority of textbooks don’t help either, as they usually say that there are so many complicated rules, it’s best to just learn the new nouns with the correct gender. To an extent they are right, because to a lot of [...]

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Time has proven that it's hard for me not to read the sight word "die" for us when trying to say dee in German. :-S German Grammar - Gender - Angelika's German Tuition & Translation

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