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Archive for September, 2014

German grammar in use: The conjugation of the verb “kommen” Posted by on Sep 8, 2014

The German verb kommen is an irregular verb. That is, there is a vowel change when you form its past. The common English translation of kommen is “to come” or “to arrive”. But kommen is also used in several phrases. Check out the example sentences below to find out how the verb kommen is used…

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Holiday Destination: The Unspoilt Islands of Germany. Posted by on Sep 2, 2014

As I am going on holiday this week I am in great spirits, and so I felt inspired to write this holiday-themed post for all of you who want to escape the cold weather (remember: It’s still summer somewhere in the world!). When people think of beach holidays in Europe, they think of places like…

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German grammar in use: The conjugation of the verb “machen” Posted by on Sep 1, 2014

The regular German verb machen means “to do” or “to make” in English. But machen is also used in various compounds in German, which have specific English translations. In these specific translations the English verbs “to do” and “to make” need not occur necessarily.   Präsens – Present tense In German the Präsens is used to…

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