"Verbs"



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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A fun look at "angehen" how (or if) its various meanings connect. Also: how to say "That's none of your business." and the super useful phrasing "was... angeht"

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angehen

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anhalten

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A fun, detailed look at the super useful meanings of "ankommen" and what arriving has to do with depending and Germans say "It depends".

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ankommen, ankommen auf, die Ankunft

ankommen

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A fun look at the meanings of "annehmen" and what assumptions have to do with accepting and comfort.

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annehmen

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ansehen

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antworten vs. beantworten

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aufheben

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aufwachen

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We all know, German is full of exceptions. Today, we'll look the German word for it and learn about the prefix verb it comes from.

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die Ausnahme, ausnehmen, rausnehmen, ausnahmsweise, ausgenommen

Ausnahme, die

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A quick look at the meaning of "ausschlafen" and its brothers "verschlafen" and "einschlafen". Also: some grammar... yawn!

Vocabulary:

ausschlafen, verschlafen, einschlafen

ausschlafen

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aussehen

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A fun look at "brauchen" (to need), its prefix versions and how to use (or not use) "brauchen" with verbs. Also: some really cool relations to English and other languages.

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brauchen, verbrauchen, der Brauch, der Bedarf, Gebrauchsanweisung

brauchen

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bringen and its prefixes

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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

Vocabulary:

deuten, deutsch, bedeuten, eindeutig, deutlich

deuten

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A thorough look at the German modal verb "dürfen". We'll learn where it comes from, how it gots the meanings it has today and what related words there are.

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duerfen, der Bedarf, bedürftig, das Bedürfnis

dürfen

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Eclipse gehen um

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einfallen

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A fun look at the German verb "fehlen", the different meanings of "ich fehle" and "mir fehlt" and how to properly say "I miss you." in German.

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fehlen, der Fehler

fehlen

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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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freuen

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"fühlen" means "to feel". But there's also "sich fühlen" and "sich anfühlen" and all three have distinct meanings. Today, we'll learn how to use them properly.

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fühlen, sich fühlen, das Gefühl, spüren, sich anfühlen

fühlen

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gehen um

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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.

Vocabulary:

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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"abhängen" is one German translation for "to depend". Today, we'll learn why it means that and how it connects to relaxing and taking down laundry.

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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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"anmachen" is one of the most common and most versatile prefix verbs. Today, we'll explore the various meanings and see what connects them all. Also: ranmachen.

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German anmachen

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German ansprechen

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A quick look at the five (5!!) completely different meanings of "anstellen" and how they all connect. Definitely one of the craziest German prefix verbs.

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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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A fun look at the meanings of "auflegen" and what dj-ing has to do with making phone calls and newspapers.

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German auflegen

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German aufnehmen

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German ausfallen

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German ausgeben

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A fun look at the various meanings of "ausgehen" and what party night has to do with assumptions. Also: what's up with "rausgehen".

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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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What's the meaning(s) of "auslegen"? Does it mean "to lay out"? And what is the difference to "rauslegen"? All this and more in this epic episode...

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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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A quick look at "ausstellen" and its two very different meanings. Also: the difference you never knew existed - rausstellen vs herausstellen

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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 einstellen

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An enlightening look at the German non-separable verb prefix "be-". We'll find out how it modifies a verb and talk about the most common be-verbs.

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German Prefixes Explained be

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In this episode, we'll learn about the ideas of the German prefix "um-" and go over the most important prefix verbs together.

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umgehen, umfahren, umstellen, umfallen, umziehen, umschreiben

German Prefixes Explained um

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German Prefixes Explained ver

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German Prefixes Explained ver part 2

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German Prefixes Explained zer

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German unterstellen

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German vorschlagen

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German zufallen

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A quick look at the meaning of the prefix verb "zugeben" and the noun "die Zugabe" that'll make you go like "Encore!" :)

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German zugeben

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German zustehen

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A fun look a the various meanings of "übergehen", the difference between the separable and not separable version and the words "rübergehen" and "drübergehen".

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German übergehen

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gewöhnen

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A fun look at the meaning of "gießen" and its prefix versions. With lots of examples and a special guest.

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gießen, der Guss, eingießen, ausgießen, vergießen, der Erguss

gießen

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gönnen

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A fun look at the crazy family of "handeln" that connects ideas of trade, treatment, acting and negotiating. And hands :)

Vocabulary:

handeln, der Handel, verhandeln, behandeln, die Hand, der Händler, die Handlung

handeln

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"hauen" is overlooked by textbooks and course, but if you want to speak colloquial German. Today, we'll learn all about it and its cool prefix versions.

Vocabulary:

hauen, reinhauen, abhauen, umhauen

hauen

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irritieren vs. irritate

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A po-etic look at the German word "kacken" and how to harness the full colloquial potential of it and its brothers. With audio examples and visuals.

Vocabulary:

kacken, die Kacke, verkacken, ankacken, abkacken

kacken (explicit)

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A fun look at the meaning of "kehren" and what cleaning has to do with traffic, mistakes, Jedi knights and ... sex. Yup... all those things :)

Vocabulary:

kehren, umkehren, der Verkehr, verkehrt herum, die Rückkehr, bekehren

kehren

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kippeln

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"klappen" is a really, really common word in colloquial German. And so is the noun "die Klappe". Today, we'll learn what they mean and how to use them.

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klappen, die Klappe

klappen

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kriegen

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A thorough look at the German verb "lassen". We'll learn its core meanings, see what it has to do with passive voice and explore the various prefix versions.

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lassen

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lassen 2

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A fun look at the meaning of "leiden" and what pity has to do with insults, passion and suffering.

Vocabulary:

leiden, leid tun, leider, die Leidenschaft, die Beleidigung, das Mitleid

leiden

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A fun look at the meaning of "lenken", the difference to "steuern" and how that relates to the German word for "to distract".

Vocabulary:

lenken, der Lenker, ablenken, das Gelenk, das Lenkrad

lenken

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A quick look at "lesen", the German word for "to read", and its various prefix versions. Also: some really fascinating connections to English and quality food.

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lesen, vorlesen, die Vorlesung, durchlesen, nachlesen, verlesen

lesen

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liegen

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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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merken

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nachdenken

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nen, die

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passen

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A fun look at the meaning and use of "pflegen" and its related words a surprise reveal about an annoying brother that's all about duties.

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pflegen, die Pflege, die Verpflegung, die Pflicht, verpflichten

pflegen

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Prefix Special haben

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A quick look at "angeben" and how bragging is connected to bureaucracy, hearsay. And tennis.

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angeben, die Angabe(n), angeblich, der Angeber

Prefix Verb Explained angeben

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A quick look at "aufmachen" and why it doesn't only mean "to open". Also: a look at the secret behind the r-verion and the super useful "raufmachen".

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Prefix Verb Explained aufmachen

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rasten

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We'll learn about "raten" and why it is guessing and giving advice at the same time. Also: lots of really useful prefix versions and other nice words.

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raten, der Rat, beraten, verraten, erraten, das Rätsel

raten

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rechnen, die Rechnung, abrechnen, ausrechnen, difference Abrechnung Rechnung

rechnen

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If you think the verb "regen" has something to do with "rain", then this post is for you. Today, we'll learn all about it and all its useful prefix versions.

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regen, regungslos, sich aufregen, sich abregen, erregen, anregen

regen

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A thorough look at the meaning and grammar of "reichen" and what "handing" has to do with "being enough" and "areas".

Vocabulary:

reichen, ausreichen, erreichen, der Bereich, hinreichend, ausreichend

reichen

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A fun look at the meaning of "rufen" and its relatives - their origin, their meanings and what calling has to do with a job and fame.

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rufen, der Ruf, anrufen, ausrufen, aufrufen, der Ruhm, berühmt, der Beruf, die Berufung

rufen

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schaffen

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A fun look at the meaning of "schenken" and its rather odd family that connects ham, presents and drinks. Absolute must have.

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schenken, das Geschenk, der Schinken, einschenken, verschenken

schenken

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A fun look at the meaning of "schieben" and what delaying has to do with a drawer and deportations.

Vocabulary:

schieben, abschieben, aufschieben, der Schub, die Schublade, verschieben

schieben

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A fun look at the meaning of "schlagen" and its various prefix versions that range from making propositions to acne. A turbo boost for your vocabulary.

Vocabulary:

schlagen, vorschlagen, einschlagen, der Vorschlag, der Ausschlag, Anschlag, der Umschlag, der Schlaganfall

schlagen

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A fun look at the meaning of "schleifen" and what dragging has to do with sharp. Also: a few surprise guests like "schleichen" and "schlecht"

Vocabulary:

schleifen, die Schleife, der Schleim, schleichen, die Schleichwerbung, schlichten, schlecht

schleifen

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A quick look at the meaning of "schweben", where it comes from and what it has to do with imagination and blabbering.

Vocabulary:

schweben, vorschweben, der Schweif, abschweifen, ohne Umschweife

schweben

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schätzen

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sein

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sorgen prefixed

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spenden vs to spend

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Spoken German Bits stehen auf

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In this episode, we'll explore the word "spüren". We'll see where it comes from, what the difference is to "fühlen" and which nice related words there are.

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spüren, das Gespür, die Spur, spuren, aufspüren, spurlos, verspüren

spüren

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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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A quick look at the meaning of "absetzen" and what glasses have to do with taxes, TV shows and high heels and paragraphs.

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Stranger Things absetzen

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A fun look at the family of "streichen" and what painting your wall has to do with emphasis, petting your cat and pranks.

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streichen, durchstreichen, der Strich, der Aufstrich, der Abstrich, streicheln, der Streich

streichen

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Style special Speaking

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Style special to walk

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stützen

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suchen prefixed

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Teil 2 teilen

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A fun look at the various meanings of "anstehen" and what waiting in line has to do with manners and letters on a board.

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The meaning(s) of the Prefix Verb anstehen

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A fun look at "aufhören" . We'll learn when to use it, what the difference is to "anhalten", and why the heck it means "to stop". And it actually makes sense...

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The meaning and use of aufhören

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A quick look at the German verb "nerven" and how to use it in daily life.

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nerven, nervig, genervt

The meaning of nerven

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"vorstellen" means "to introduce" and "to imagine". Today, we'll learn how that makes sense and how to use it for both meanings.

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The meaning of vorstellen

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A fun look at the German verb "trauen", the difference to "sich trauen" and what confidence has to do with marriage and fidelity. #datingadvice #kidding

Vocabulary:

trauen, sich trauen, vertrauen, treu, heiraten,

trauen

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A fun look at the weird double meaning of "treffen" and the difference between "treffen" and "sich treffen".

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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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untergehen

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A quick look at the common colloquial German verb "verpeilen" and what it has to do with targeting and water levels.

Vocabulary:

verpeilen, der Verpeiler, anpeilen, der Pegel

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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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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A fun look at the meaning of "wachsen" and its prefix versions and a REALLY big difference between "wachsen and "to grow". Also: adults an ingrown toenails.

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wachsen, aufwachse, erwachsen, das Wachs, durchwachsen

wachsen

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warten prefixed

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wehren

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We'll take a thorough look at "wenden" and its family and what turning, using, learning by heart, relatives and walls have to do with one another. #vocabAF

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wenden, die Wand, verwenden, anwenden, auswendig, verwandt

wenden

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A fun look at the meaning and use of "werben" and its family and why applying for a job in German is about advertising yourself.... literally.

Vocabulary:

werben, die Werbung, sich bewerben, die Bewerbung, erwerben, erwerbslos

werben

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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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"winken" is "to wink", right? Nope, they're false friends. Today, we'll learn what "winken" really means and what other cool words there are in the family.

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winken, abwinken, wanken, wankelmütig, zwinkern, der Winkel

winken

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A fun look at the meaning of "wirken" and its related words. We'll learn about the difference to "scheinen" and what work has to do with reality :)

Vocabulary:

wirken, die Wirkung, wirklich, bewirken, die Wirklichkeit

wirken

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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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ziehen

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zunehmen

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zwingen

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A fun look at the meaning of the super common German word "überlegen" and how to use it. With loads of every day examples.

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überlegen
angehen anhalten ankommen annehmen ansehen antworten vs. beantworten aufheben aufwachen Ausnahme, die ausschlafen aussehen brauchen bringen and its prefixes dauern deuten dürfen Eclipse gehen um einfallen fehlen folgen folgen Folge 2 fordern freuen fühlen gehen um gehören geltenGerman abgehenGerman abhebenGerman abhängenGerman ablaufenGerman absehenGerman anfallenGerman anlegenGerman anmachenGerman ansprechenGerman anstellenGerman auffallenGerman aufgehenGerman aufhaltenGerman aufkommenGerman auflegenGerman aufnehmenGerman ausfallenGerman ausgebenGerman ausgehenGerman aushaltenGerman auskommenGerman auslegenGerman ausmachenGerman aussetzenGerman ausstellenGerman eingehenGerman EinkommenGerman einlegenGerman einstellenGerman Prefixes Explained beGerman Prefixes Explained umGerman Prefixes Explained verGerman Prefixes Explained ver part 2German Prefixes Explained zerGerman unterstellenGerman vorschlagenGerman zufallenGerman zugebenGerman zustehenGerman übergehen gewöhnen gießen gönnen handeln hauen irritieren vs. irritate kacken (explicit) kehren kippeln klappen kriegen lassen lassen 2 leiden lenken lesen liegen locken merken nachdenken nen, die passen pflegen Prefix Special habenPrefix Verb Explained angebenPrefix Verb Explained aufmachen rasten raten rechnen regen reichen rufen schaffen schenken schieben schlagen schleifen schweben schätzen sein sorgen prefixed spenden vs to spendSpoken German Bits stehen auf spüren stecken steigenStranger Things absetzen streichen Style special Speaking Style special to walk stützen suchen prefixed Teil 2 teilenThe meaning(s) of the Prefix Verb anstehenThe meaning and use of aufhörenThe meaning of nervenThe meaning of vorstellen trauen treffen treiben treten untergehen verpeilen verschwinden versprechen vorgehen vorkommen wachsen warten prefixed wehren wenden werben werden werden Future and Passive winken wirken wissen and kennen ziehen zunehmen zwingen überlegen