There are a number of nice visuals for learning German on this website, but please note and respect the fact that these are copyrighted.

There are a number of nice visuals for learning German on this website, but please note and respect the fact that these are copyrighted.

So true if you don't take it too seriously.... Good thing nr. 136 is especially true :D

So true if you don't take it too seriously.... Good thing nr. 136 is especially true :D

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Kleine Grammatiktafel der DeutschAkademie

Kleine Grammatiktafel der DeutschAkademie

wo compounds - good visual handout to go along with lesson and keep in binder. maybe use for partner activity

wo compounds - good visual handout to go along with lesson and keep in binder. maybe use for partner activity

Some German slang.

Some German slang.

Schottenfreude - The German language's ability to express the inexpressible--and its capacity to form elaborate new compounds--explains why so many German "loan words" have been embraced in German. ... A selection of proposed new German words for the human condition. - NYTimes.com

Schottenfreude - The German language's ability to express the inexpressible--and its capacity to form elaborate new compounds--explains why so many German "loan words" have been embraced in German. ... A selection of proposed new German words for the human condition. - NYTimes.com

wohin/wo?

wohin/wo?

The verb "to miss" can be tricky to express in German as there are at least three verbs that can be used for different circumstances. Here are some of the most common uses. Sometimes, it can get even more involved (e.g. both "einen Rekord verfehlen" and "einen Rekord verpassen" are possible, but "verpassen" is mostly used with a TIMED event). "verpassen" and "verfehlen" are sometimes interchangeable with nuances. The visual simply provides some--hopefully helpful--guidelines.

The verb "to miss" can be tricky to express in German as there are at least three verbs that can be used for different circumstances. Here are some of the most common uses. Sometimes, it can get even more involved (e.g. both "einen Rekord verfehlen" and "einen Rekord verpassen" are possible, but "verpassen" is mostly used with a TIMED event). "verpassen" and "verfehlen" are sometimes interchangeable with nuances. The visual simply provides some--hopefully helpful--guidelines.

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