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1. to know (usually for information that is expressed as sentence, "weiß, wo/wie/was...)
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The Verb 2 - The Modal Verbs

Let's get to know the German modal verbs (and one of their verb friends). We'll learn what they mean and how to conjugate them. With lots of audio examples.

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What is the Difference - "wissen and kennen"

'wissen' and 'kennen' both mean 'to know'. Today, we'll learn a really easy way to tell them apart. And no: it's not the kind of knowing as you usually hear.

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