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German with Eva – Beginner 2

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German course with Eva beginner 2 provides basic lessons including how to greet people in german, verb to be haben and personal pronouns, colours and numbers vocabulary, dialogues, phonetics and culture of Germany. This german course is held in English and is dedicated to those who want to learn German language or to improve their grammar and pronounciation, with a german mother tongue teacher.

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    Test results wrong

    In the test for Beginner 2, the system has marked as wrong two answers that were correct:
    The neutral indefinite article is EIN, not EINES.
    The plural indefinite article DOESN’T EXIST, not EINE.

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Course Lessons

Regular Conjugation II – German Course with Eva, lesson 14Take this course to view the content
Different uses of the Simple Present – German Course with Eva, lesson 15Take this course to view the content
Numbers: counting to 100! – German Course with Eva, lesson 16Take this course to view the content
Talking about free time, verbs in German – German Course with Eva, lesson 17Take this course to view the content
How to ask a question – German Course with Eva, lesson 18Take this course to view the content
The modal verb: Können – German Course with Eva, lesson 19Take this course to view the content
The german school and the modal verb: müssen – German Course with Eva, lesson 20Take this course to view the content
German Course with Eva, unit 2 – Test
0 Hours 10 minutes

Course Reviews

4.3

3 ratings
  • 5 stars7
  • 4 stars3
  • 3 stars2
  • 2 stars0
  • 1 stars0
  1. Profile photo of Carlos J. Fort

    Test results wrong

    In the test for Beginner 2, the system has marked as wrong two answers that were correct:
    The neutral indefinite article is EIN, not EINES.
    The plural indefinite article DOESN’T EXIST, not EINE.