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Monthly Archives: August 2014

How do you say “I do not know you” in German

In this German lesson, we will make sentences on German verb “Kennen” (to know) Ich kenne Peter → I know Peter Ich kenne Monika →  I know Monika   Ich kenne deinen Vater →  I know your father Ich kenne

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How do you say “How much is 3 +4 ?” in German

In this daily German lesson , we will learn to ask questions like: “How much is 3 + 4 ?” or “How much is 1 litre” or “How much is 1kilometer” in German How much / How many  translates to 

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How do you say “How was your day ? ” in German ?

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How do you say “I am feeling good” in German

In this daily lesson , we will learn to make sentences on German verb “fühlen” . “fühlen” → “to feel” “fühlen” is a reflexive verb. Reflexive verbs reflect back to its subject. For example in English, when we use words

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