How is Frau Warner Different from Other German teachers? Part 1 of 3
This three-part series is great for you if you are still trying to figure out just how I (Frau Warner) am different from other German teachers.
I'm not a native German speaker, I'm a German learner who became a German teacher.
I'm a Third Culture Adult. (If you've spent any significant amount of time in a German-speaking country or have (a) German-speaking parent(s), I get you.)
I won't give you unrealistic expectations and I'll be patient with you.
I'm most interested in what you CAN do, not what you can't do.
The CEFR (Central European Framework Reference for Languages) explained: https://www.germanwithnicole.com/blog/58068-what-is-a1-a2-b1-b2-c1-c2-in-german-learning
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- B1 (44)
- B2 (21)
- C1 (20)
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- Einkaufen (14)
- Essen (12)
- Grammatik (21)
- Hören (12)
- Landeskunde und Kultur (49)
- Lesen (11)
- Musik (5)
- Nachrichten (4)
- Podcast (70)
- Pronunciation (3)
- Schreiben (3)
- Schwäbisch (4)
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- Sprechen (12)
- Vokabeln (36)
- Video (10)
Where does the verb go in that sentence?
Frau Warner's German Sentence Structure Guide will help you place everything correctly.
In it you'll find:
- German sentence structure for the beginning, novice, and intermediate levels.
- true-to-life sentence examples.
- English translations for every sentence.
It's yours to keep, plus you'll receive exclusive subscriber news, too.
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