Quick Guide to the »W-Fragen«
The W-Fragen are questions that begin with the question words--in English: who, what, when, where, why, and how. To contrast, yes/no questions in German begin with the verb ("Arbeiten Sie heute?" "Kommen Sie aus Bayern?").
In most books you usually see a list like this, it's just the German and English translations. But is that really enough? Take a close look.
If you simply memorize this list, that's one technique for learning it. And that would probably be kind of boring.
What if you had an example sentence?
An example sentence here would be really helpful! You could attach meaning to the words and you would have a sentence that functions like a touchstone--you can always go back to it to help you with other sentences and questions.
That's why, in this free Quick Guide to the »W-Fragen«, you have a Vorlage, an example sentence, for each word. Plus you need more than only that list above.
That's why I made a long list of W-Fragen in the PDF.
The Tough Parts Explained:
This is why the Vorlagen will help you: it gives you a strong association with which to learn the toughest German question words.
Lots of people mess up "wer" and "wo." It takes real, concerted effort combined with the right resources to get this straight.
When you have it straight in your mind from the get-go, you'll go even further. That's why I made this PDF available to all my private clients straight away.
How to use this Quick Guide to the »W-Fragen«
All the instructions for using this Quick Guide to the »W-Fragen« are in the PDF. Follow them and you'll be surprised how quickly you learn the W-Fragen, false friends, cognates, and all!
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Just like I say about German, learning the W-Fragen really shouldn't be that hard. I've made it so much easier for you to learn the W-Fragen with this easy, one-page guide. Print it out, hang it up, or use it as a reference when you do your homework.