and welcome to another part of the German is Easy Learn German online course – the course that uses the top notch technology the year 2020 has to offer…
I mean… video is cool, too. But reading… man… it sucks at first, but once you’re used to it, it’s awesome.
Anyway, today, we’ll do the second part of
“How to ask Questions in German”.
Last time, after a quick general overview over the topic, we focused on the questions that have a question word.
So questions like:
- Who am I?
- Why are we?
- What is reality?
- When does the milk expire?
If you have doubts about those, then check out part 1 here.
Today, we’ll talk about the questions that DON’T have a question word – the so called yes or no-questions:
- Is there such thing as reality?
- Is there a reason for our being here?
- Can reality be defined by an individual?
- Does milk expire?
Those are equally important if you want to have a conversation and building them is actually ridiculously simple. Unless your native language is English… then, it is kind of like throwing a ball with the left hand :).
And besides learning how to build them, we’ll also look at some common useful patterns and to top it off, we’ll talk about an incredibly common way of answering to these questions – it’s super easy and it’ll make you sound super native and it’s nothing you’ll find in any of those fancy video courses and textbooks.
So… let’s dive right in, shall we?