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Below are grammar-related resources that correlate to our curriculum; use them spontaneously, interchangeably, and often!  They will serve you well. 


 

TOPIC



Handouts, Charts, PowerPoints, etc.
Interactive Exercises

 

Grammar Basics



Articles, Subjects, and Objects

Nouns in English vs. Nouns in German as well as how they function

"der" und "ein" words

Comparatives vs. Superlatives

Der (Acc.) VS.  Den Words 

Du, Sie, and Ihr
Nominative Case

Nouns in German as well as how they function; General overview of all cases (pdf); 
Der (Acc.) VS.  Den Words 

Accusative Case



Accusative Case Introduction; General overview of all cases (pdf); 
Der (Acc.) VS.  Den Words 




Accusative Prepositions

Accusative Preposition Overview Accusative Prepositions


Dative Case


Dative Case Introduction; General overview of all cases (pdf); Special Dative Expressions (2)
Dative Prepositions Dative Prepositions Introduction
Preposition Drills an -- auf -- in
seit und vor

nach und zu --
zwischen, über, unter, hinter, um

Mixed Acc. & Dative (two-way) #1 #2
 

Present Tense Verbs

Overview of German Tenses Sein (3); Haben (3) Other high frequency verbs (5); Verbs with Stem Vowel Changes (3); Modals and Sep. Verbs

Future Tense / Modal Verbs


Introduction to Modal Verbs (pdf); Generalized Overview of all German Verbs
Modal/Werden Practice Set 1 (basic), Set 2 (third person), Set 3 (singular/plural), Set 4 (sentences), Set 5 (crossword), Set 6 (werden conjugations)


Present Perfect Tense

Present Perfect Master Packet (.pdf) Present Perfect Drill - High Frequency Verbs

Simple Past Tense


Overview of German Tenses Regular Verbs; Second Year Chapter 3 SG

Pronouns - All Cases


Possessive Pronouns
Personal Pronoun Guide ; Possessive pronoun guide ;
Jessie Levno's guide to Possessive Pronouns

Nominative Pronouns Set 1, Set 2

Accusative Pronouns Set 1, Set 2, Set 3, Set 4

Dative Pronouns Set 1, Set 2, Set 3

Possessive Pronouns Set 1, Set 2, Set 3

Rammstein Rosenrot - The Beatles Set 1 & Set 2


Verb Distinctions: Separable, inseparable, strong, weak, etc.


Generalized Overview of all German Verbs

Dative Verbs; Modal Verbs; To Put/Place Verbs; Reflexive Verbs; Separable Verbs; Strong Verbs; Weak Verbs
Reflexive Verbs (part two)

Miscellaneous Considerations

 

How to Use  a German Dictionary

How to Study Vocabulary

How to Translate

Useful Expressions for the Classroom

German pronunciation exercises:  consonants & vowels

Cognates

Kultur Capsule

Adjective Endings Part One:  A, B, C, and D

Comparative and Superlative 1 & 2

 Negation with Kein

Denn und Weil (3)