In this episode:
We'll take a thorough look at the meaning of "passen", how to use it and its various cool prefix versions and pass by "passieren". A vocabulary turbo boost :)
passen, reinpassen, raufpassen, anpassen, die Anpassung, aufpassen, passieren,...
and welcome to our German Word of the Day. This time we’ll have a look at the meaning of
And not only that, of course. We’ll also look at the really cool prefix versions like verpassen or aufpassen and we’ll talk about passen’s fancy sister passieren. And if we then have some time left, we’ll reveal the secret to eternal youth and beauty.
So, let’s not waste any and dive right in to passen.
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