Practice Dates in German Using Dative, With Free Audio
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The first episode of the GermanWithNicole.com Podcast is going to publish in only a few days.
The second and third episodes will follow soon after, and you can find out what those dates are in this short listening exercise.
Your task is to listen to the audio below and to note which dates the first three episodes will be released (auf Deutsch, natürlich) and then how often new episodes will be published after that.
All of these numbers are under 20. You'll need to use the am _____ten construction for these dates, because you'll discover on which days the episodes will be published.
Here's an example of this construction for you:
Julia hat Geburtstag am 18. August.
Which means when you speak it, that you say this:
Julia hat Geburtstag am achtzehnten August.
The first example is what you'll write. The second example is what you say.
Helpful Vocabulary Words:
die Folge, die Folgen = episode
erscheinen = to be released/to be published
Listen to the audio. You'll hear the instructions and the German, and there is music that divides that section from the English answers.
Viel Spaß beim Hören!
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P.S. You know I can't stand Denglisch, but there isn't a word for Podcast in German... yet ;)
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