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 Chapter 26: Compound Words
26.0
26.1
26.2
26.2.1
26.2.2
26.3
26.3.1

26.4.1
26.4.2
26.4.3
26.4.4
26.4.5
26.4.6
Compound words
German language uses a lot compound words
Germans invent new words every day
Non-lexical compound words
Lexical compound words
Formation of compound words
Determinant and determinated

Exercise 1:
Exercise 2:
Exercise 3:
Exercise 4:
Exercise 5:
Exercise 6:

 Chapter 27: Position of the Element in a Phrase
 
27.1
27.2
27.3
27.3.1
27.3.2
27.3.3
27.3.4
27.3.5

27.4
27.5
27.6

27.7
27.8
27.9
27.10
Inversion of the elements subject and verb under certain circumstances
Change of the word order to emphasise some points
Inversion if direct / indirect object is substituted with a pronoun
Direct object is substituted by a pronoun
Indirect object is substitute by a pronoun
Both objects are substituted by a pronoun
Word order in phrases with modal verbs
Word order in phrases with auxiliaries

Word order with adverbial qualifications
Word order if phrase starts with a subject
Word order if the phrase starts with an adverb, an adverbial qualification or a direct / indirect object
Word order with certain conjunctions
Word order in relative clauses
Word order if phrase starts with a verb
Summary

 


 Chapter 28: Interrogative Phrases
28.0
28.1
28.2
28.2.1
28.2.1.1
28.2.1.1.1
28.2.1.1.2
28.2.1.2
28.2.1.2.1
28.2.1.2.2
28.2.2
28.2.2.1
28.2.2.2
28.2.2.3
28.2.2.4
28.2.2.5
28.2.2.6
28.2.2.7
28.2.3
28.2.3.1
28.2.3.1.1
28.2.3.1.2
28.2.3.1.3
28.2.3.1.4
28.2.4

28.3.1
28.3.2
28.3.3
28.3.4
28.3.5
28.3.6
28.3.7
28.3.8
Interrogative phrases - an introduction
Interrogative phrases - type A
Interrogative phrases with Interrogative pronouns - type B
Interrogative pronouns in adjectival or substantival use
Wieviel? = How much?
As a substantival interrogative pronoun
As an adjectival interrogative pronoun
Welcher? = Which?
As a substantival interrogative pronoun
As an adjectival interrogative pronoun
Interrogative pronouns that are not used adjectivally
Was? = What?
Wann? = When?
Warum? = Why?
Wieso? = Why?
Wie? = How?
Wo? = Where?
Wer? = Who? / Wessen? = Whose? / Was? = What? / Wem? = Whom? / Wen? = Who?
declension of wieviel
Nominative / Accusative / Dative / Genitive of the Interrogative pronoun wieviele
Nominative
Accusative
Dative
Genitive
declension of welcher / welche / welches

Exercise 1:
Exercise 2:
Exercise 3:
Exercise 4:
Exercise 5:
Exercise 6:
Exercise 7:
Exercise 8:


 Chapter 29: Numerals
29.1
29.1.1
29.1.2
29.1.3
29.1.4
29.2
29.2.1
29.2.1.1
29.2.1.2
29.2.1.3
29.2.1.4
29.2.2

29.3
29.3.1
29.3.2
29.3.3
29.3.4
29.3.5
29.3.5.1

29.4
29.5

29.6.1
29.6.2
29.6.3
29.6.4
29.6.5
Cardinal numbers
declension of cardinal numbers
declension of ein / eine
declension of zwei and drei
declension of Hunderte, Tausende
Ordinal numbers
declension of ordinal numbers
declension of ordinal numbers without articles
declension of ordinal numbers with indefinite articles
declension of ordinal numbers with definite articles
declension of ordinal numbers with pronoun
Plural of ordinals

Special constructions with numerals
Zwanziger / dreißiger / vierziger etc.
Zwanzigjährigen / dreißigjährigen / vierzigjährigen
Zu dritt, zu viert, zu fünft, zu sechst
Doppelt, dreifach, vierfach etc.
Beide = both, the two
declension of beide

Fractions
Expressions of calculation

Exercise 1:
Exercise 2:
Exercise 3:
Exercise 4:
Exercise 5:

 Chapter 30: Time and Date
30.0.
30.1
30.2
30.3
30.4
30.5
30.6
30.7
30.8
30.9
30.10
30.11

30.12.1
30.12.2
20.12.3
Time and Date - an introduction
Time - die Uhrzeit
Distinguish morning and afternoon
Summary
Asking the time
Giving the time with prepositions
Days of the week
Months
Months and prepositions
Date in letters
Date and prepositions
declension of the ordinal numbers in dates

Exercise 1:
Exercise 2:
Exercise 3:
 
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