"Audio Examples"

If you want to have all examples read out – here are all the posts that have audio (I’m adding more bit by bit)



This archive is under construction at the moment (February 2019).So it might be a bit buggy here and there. But I am working on it.

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We'll look at the meaning of "alle", which can be about all and empty at the same time, and we'll talk about when to use "alle" and "ganze".

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alle, ganze, alles in allem, all die

alle

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A fun look at the meanings and uses of the German word "als" (time, comparison, that third thing). Complete with audio examples and lots and lots of horses :)

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als

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art vs Art

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A quick look at the reason why German 'bald' and English 'bald' look alike but have NOTHING in common meaning wise. And a few words for balding men in German :)

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bald, kahl, glatt, die Glatze

bald vs bald

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Bescheid

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Bild, das

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Blatt, das

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Bock is a male goat. And it's a really useful, super common word in colloquial German. Today, we'll find out why and what "Hast du Bock" and "kein Bock" mean :)

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der Bock, Bock machen, Bock haben, verbocken, Bockbier, Bock auf Bier

Bock, der

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"was... für... " is a super common combination in spoken German. This post takes a fun look at how to use it. With lots of audio examples.

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Couple Special was für

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craft vs Kraft

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da

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A fun look at the da-word 'dabei' and its various uses in spoken German. As per usual, lots of audio examples and dumb jokes are dabei ;)

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dabei

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dauern

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A fun look at the verb "deuten" and all the related words like "bedeuten" or "deutlich". And at the surprising origin of the word "deutsch" itself

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deuten

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A fun explanation of the meanings and uses of "doch" and the core idea of the word. Yes, there is one. Of course as usual, with audio examples :)

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doch

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Drang, der

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dürfen

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eben... and gerade

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eben and gerade 2

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eh, ehe, eher

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A fun look at the meaning and the soul of "eigenlich" - one of the most misused words ever. Because it is actually NOT "actually"

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eigentlich

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einfach

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erst

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etwa

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"Feierabend" is one of the best things ever. But English doesn't even have a word for it. A fun look at what it means and how to use it :)

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feiern, der Feierabend, der Urlaub, die Freizeit

Feierabend

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A fascinating boat ride along the stream of German Fluss-words #usefulAF. Also: surprising connections to English - I’m just saying flood, influence and flight ;)

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der Fluss, flüssig, überflüssig, der Einfluss, beeinflussen, fließen, fliegen, fliehen,

Fluss, der

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folgen

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folgen Folge 2

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Fordern and fördern are both about moving or bringing something forward, but fordern tells others to do it, while fördern actually actively supports and pushes.

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fordern

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fühlen

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ganz

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gar

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gegen

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A fun look at the meaning of 'gehören' and why it is 'to belong'. Oh, I guess I just spoiled it :). We'll also look at 'sich nicht gehören' and some more stuff. It'll be fun.

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gehören, das Gehör, gehorchen, sich gehören

gehören

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A fun look at the meaning of 'gelten' and why 'gleichgültig' means 'indifferent'. Of course with audio examples :)

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gelten

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German abgehen

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German abheben

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German abhängen

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A fun look at the German prefix verb "ablaufen" and how it connects a sink, a conference and old milk.

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ablaufen, abgelaufen, der Ablauf, der

German ablaufen

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German absehen

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German anfallen

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German anlegen

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German anmachen

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German ansprechen

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German anstehen

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German anstellen

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German auffallen

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So stuff opening up and (certain stuff) rising. Those are the two bread and butter meanings of aufgehen. But there are a few others that are also good to know. In combination with plans or tactics, aufgehen can express the idea of working out.

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German aufgehen

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German aufhalten

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German aufkommen

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German aufnehmen

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German ausfallen

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German ausgehen

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Aushalten (stand, bear, deal, tolerate, put up with) is where all the huge amorphous multidimensional meaning clouds intersect.

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German aushalten

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German auskommen

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German auslegen

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German ausmachen

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Aussetzen has an eclectic set of translations: Expose, suspend, plant, criticize, maroon, skip. Placing "outside" in some way is the core idea, though.

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German aussetzen

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German ausstellen

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Eingehen - to shrink, arrive, agree, wither - it’s all over the place. Eingehen is also used for being unchallenged/bored or to go in on some sort of deal.

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German eingehen

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A quick look at the meaning of "das Einkommen" and why the verb "einkommen" absolutely doesn't mean "to come in" (and what does) :)

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das Einkommen, reinkommen

German Einkommen

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German einlegen

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German unterstellen

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German Words Married and in love von ... her...

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German zufallen

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German zugeben

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German zustehen

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German übergehen

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gießen

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A fun look at the meanings of "gleich" and why it's "equal" and "immediately" at the same time.

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gleich

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gönnen

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haft

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A Hammer is a tool. And in German it's an adjective that'll help you ... ahem... nail the slang :). Today, we’ll find out what hammer means and how to use it.

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hammer-, Schere, Zange, hammergut, hammerteuer

Hammer, der

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handeln

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"Abhauen, reinhauen, umhauen,..." - if you want to speak real colloquial German you need the verb "hauen". Find out how to use it with audio examples.

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hauen

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irgend

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irritieren vs. irritate

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kacken (explicit)

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kehren

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Today, we’ll climb to the top of Mount Klammer together. The higher we get, the more useful related words we can see :). Also: surprise relations to English #jawdrop

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die Klammer, klammern, ausklammern, klemmen, klettern, kleben

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klappen

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komisch

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kriegen

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We'll take a look at the word "der Kummer", its cool compounds and the verb "sich kümmern um" (to take care of). It’ll be cumbersome… I mean, it’ll be fun :)

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der Kummer, Liebeskummer, sich kümmern um

Kummer, der

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Kunde means customer. But also knowledge. And kündigen mean to fire someone. Today, we’ll find out what connects all those and learn some more cool words.

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der Kunde, sich erkundigen,kündigen, ankündigen, die Kündigung, die Urkunde

Kunde

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lassen

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Laune, die

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leiden

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A quick and fun look at the word Liebling and at how to say “my favorite” in German. Because there's a very common mistake lurking. Also: some names :)

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lieb, der Liebling, Lieblings-, der Schatz

Liebling

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A quick look at the meaning of the verb "locken", what it has to do with curls and which Greek philosopher invented swag.

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locken, verlockend, die Locke, locker, auflockern

locken

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A fun look at the noun "der Lohn" and how to say “It’s worth it” in German. Oh, and a look at the difference between Lohn and Gehalt #boring

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der Lohn, sich lohnen, belohnen, das Gehalt

Lohn, der

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los

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A quick, fun look at the German word "die Lücke", its relatives and how they relate it relates to the English word ____ (put your guess here :).

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die Lücke, lückenhaft, das Loch, gähnen

Lücke, die

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The second part of our look at the meaning of "mal". This time the focus is on all the idiomatic uses and expressions.

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mal part 2

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merken

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We travel to the core of "das Mittel" and see what on earth the word middle has to do with remedy and learn loads of useful words with "Mitte" in them :)

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die Mitte, das Mittel, mittel-, vermitteln

Mittel, das

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mäßig

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nen, die

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A detailed, fun look at "noch". We'll explore how it relates to its various English translations and see how to use it in practice with plenty of examples.

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noch

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We’ll look at the family of die Not and find lots of necessary words - literally :).

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die Not, notwendig, nötig, benötigen, der Notfall

Not, die

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A fun look at the meaning of "nämlich". Sounds like "namely" and they are related but in German, it's much more common. Today, we'll learn how to use it properly.

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nämlich

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paar

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passen

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peinlich

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pflegen

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rasten

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regen

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A fun look at "rufen" and its various prefix versions (anrufen, abrufen, aufrufen). With lots of audio examples and also some surprising relatives.

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rufen

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ruhig

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A fun look at the meaning of schade and how to use it like a German. Also: some interesting family members and relations to English. And some Schadenfreude :)

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schade, schaden, schädlich, Schadenfreude, beschädigen

schade

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schaffen

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schlagen

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schleifen

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A thorough look a the meanings of "schon" and why it is more than "already". With plenty of examples... and audio.

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schon

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A fun look at the meaning of "die Schuld" and its family, a nice theory why Germans don’t like having debt and a super surprising connection to English. #OMG

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die Schuld, schuldig, die Entschuldigung, (sich) entschuldigen, Schulden

Schuld, die

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Schwarm, der

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schätzen

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People, their feelings and character are the number one context for sensibel but it's also used in a broader, technical sense, like for the steering of a car.

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sensibel vs sensible

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so

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sonst

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A fun look at the meaning of “der Spaß”, the various idiomatic phrasings like “Spaß machen” or “viel Spaß” and we’ll learn how to say “It was fun.” in German (#notLikeEnglish)

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der Spaß, Spaß machen, Spaß haben, aus Spaß, Spaß verstehen, bespaßen

Spaß, der

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spenden vs to spend

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Spoken German Bits 1 Alles gut

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Spoken German Bits DaWords Undone

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spüren

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A fun look at the family of "der Staub", which goes all the way from air pollution to bargains. We’ll learn lots of cool, useful words and see some crazy connection to English.

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der Staub, Staubsauger, staubig, einstauben, abstauben, stöbern, der Dampf, der Duft

Staub, der

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A fun look at the family of "stecken", what a plug has to do with hiding and why Latin people "like your pen".

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stecken, verstecken, anstecken, das Besteck, der Stecker, die Steckdose

stecken

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steigen

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Steuer

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streichen

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stützen

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A Taste is a key. Boring. But that's not all. Also on the menu: have a riveting look at the family, stunning relations to English and lots of new cool verbs.

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die Taste, die Tastatur, abtasten, tasten, anfassen, berühren

Taste, die

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'denn' - a word Germans throw all over the place. Today, we'll explore the meaning, see what the difference is to 'weil' and learn how to use it like a boss :)

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The meaning of German ob

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The first part of our look at the meaning of "mal". Here, we focus on where it comes from and on its more "conventional" meanings

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The meaning of mal

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trauen

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treffen

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treiben

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A fun look at the German verb "treten" and its family. We'll learn the origins and loads of useful related nouns and prefix verbs.

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treten

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A fun look at the meaning and origin of "trotzdem" and a breakdown of when to use "trotz", "trotzdem" and "obwohl". Of course with audio examples :)

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trotzdem

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umständlich

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untergehen

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verpeilen

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A fun look at the German word for to disappear and what it has to do with wasting time, lying and vertigo... yup, they're all connected :)

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verschwinden, Schwund, Geschwindigkeit, verschwenden

verschwinden

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versprechen

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vielleicht

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voll

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A thorough look at the German word 'von'. We'll find its core idea, learn which locations to use it for, and go over the most common verbs with 'von'. And gifs.

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von, halten von, denken von, träumen von, abhängen von, von + location

von

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We'll take a detailed look at the core meaning of "vor" and see if it helps us make sense of the prefix verbs and fixed combinations.

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vorgehen, vorhaben, vormachen, Angst haben vor, warnen vor, vor Lachen

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vorbei

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A quick look at the meaning of "vorgehen" and why it has the three meanings it has.

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vorgehen, der Vorgang, das Vorgehen, hervorgehen aus

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vorkommen

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vs. dass, das

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A fun look at the meaning of "wachsen" and its prefix versions. Featuring: hair, adults an ingrown toenail and one REALLY big difference between "wachsen" and "to grow".

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wachsen, aufwachse, erwachsen, das Wachs, durchwachsen

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Wahnsinn, der

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wann or wenn What's the difference

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wehren

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weise

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wenden

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A thorough look at the German verb 'werden'. We'll learn its origins, see why it has the meanings it has and learn how to use it. Also: 'become' and 'bekommen' explained :).

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werden

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werden Future and Passive

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Wesen, das

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What is the difference mindestens, wenigsten, zumindest

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winken

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Looks like a lot of work. No... wait. I mean it looks a lot like 'work'. But what about arbeiten?... It also differs from scheinen in that...

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wirken

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A fun look at the German verb "wischen" and its sometimes not so obvious prefix versions. Also, we'll learn the proper word for wiping one's butt and listen to classical music.

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wischen, verwischen, erwischen, entwischen, jemandem eins auswischen

wischen

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German has two verbs for "to know" - "wissen" and "kennen". Today, we'll learn a new, unconventional way to know when to use which. Of course with audio examples :)

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wissen and kennen

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A fun look at the meaning(s) of "wohl", it's various uses in every day German and why they are so freaking random. Seriously, what a mess this word is...

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wohl, wohlhabend, obwohl, wohl wahr, sehr wohl, wohl kaum, wer wohl, zum Wohl

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Zeug, das

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Das Ziel is about working towards a goal, and the verb - literal aiming. For an abstract use, richten an or the ge-form, gezielt (specifically), are your go-to's.

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Ziel, das

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We'll take a thorough look at the German preposition 'zu', see what it means as a stand alone, talk about the prefix verbs and of course the phrasal verbs with 'zu'. All that while trying to have fun.

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zu, zugeben, zuhaben, zu sein, zugehen, zuhören, zumachen

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A fun look at the meaning of "zwar", its origins and how to use it in a sentence like a German. Also: the complete unrelated meaning of "und zwar" :)

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zwingen

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A fun look at how to talk about anger in German with lots of useful phrasings like Ärger machen or Ärger kriegen. And we'll find the neat little particle arg.

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der Ärger, (sich) ärgern (über), die Wut, wütend, ärgerlich, verärgern, arg

Ärger, der

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A fun look at the meaning of "überhaupt" - one of the German options for "at all". We'll learn how to use it and why it means what it means.

Vocabulary:

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überhaupt

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übrigens
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