German GrammarPod

German GrammarPod is a podcast about German grammar for people learning the German language.

21:00:00 2012-08-19
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21:00:00 2011-10-24
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21:00:00 2011-07-17
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21:00:00 2011-05-08
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21:00:00 2011-04-05
I've taken most of the content of my posts out in an attempt to get round Feedburner's size limits which are stopping my podcasts appearing in iTunes and get my first ten or so episodes of the podcast downloading again. I've moved the content to become co...
21:00:00 2011-04-01
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21:00:00 2011-03-27
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21:00:00 2010-11-14
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21:00:00 2010-10-21
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21:00:00 2010-07-24
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21:00:00 2010-04-05
This podcast gives you a wide range of tips and tricks for learning a language. It focuses on German, but these tips and tricks could be applied to learning any language.To listen to this podcast on your computer, click here....
21:00:00 2010-01-09
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21:00:00 2009-08-22
This podcast covers relative pronouns after prepositions and some other special cases.To listen to this podcast directly on your computer, click here....
21:00:00 2009-07-21
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21:00:00 2009-05-31
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21:00:00 2009-04-26
21:00:00 2009-04-19
This episode is about more of the really practical stuff you need to know about the conditional. To listen to the episode directly on your computer, click here. ...
21:00:00 2009-02-01
The conditional basically means sentences with a would. For instance, if I were rich, I would buy a house. To download this podcast directly on your computer, click here.
21:00:00 2008-11-30
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21:00:00 2008-07-13
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21:00:00 2008-07-13
Word order has a highly complex set of rules in any language. So many, that I'm not convinced anyone has ever managed to write them all down for any given language. For pretty well every rule there is an exception, and there are even exceptions to excepti...
21:00:00 2008-04-06
German word order in a completely standard, neutral main clause is a follows:* nominative subject,* conjugated verb,* accusative then dative pronoun,* nouns with definite determiners, in the order dative, accusative* most adverbials* nicht – or other ne...
21:00:00 2008-03-22
I've noticed that the blog post about everyone's recommendations for German learning resources on the Internet has slipped off the bottom of the first page of this blog. As I think it's the best and most important post on this blog, I'm putting a link to ...
21:00:00 2008-02-27
Hi all,It's my aim to put a podcast out every calendar month, but I won't be able to make it this month (February 2008). In part I've had a lot on (I'm getting married in May and the wedding's taking up a lot of my time), but in part the topic I've chosen...
21:00:00 2008-01-27
The pluperfect is the ich hatte es getan or I had done tense. You make the pluperfect in German by taking the perfect tense (the ich habe es getan tense) and changing the auxiliary verb (the habe or the bin etc.) into the simple past version of itself (ha...
21:00:00 2008-01-13
I've recently had an email from Jim who mentions that there are a lot of names for the German past tenses in both English and German, which makes it confusing. So I've decided to give you a table showing all the different names I've been able to find for ...
21:00:00 2007-12-31
The simple past - also known as the preterite or the imperfect tense - is equivalent in form to the English I did form (ich tat es). The way that regular verbs form their simple past is by a or being inserted into the present tense ending. For instance ...
21:00:00 2007-11-24
This podcast is about when to use the perfect tense. The perfect tense is the ich habe es getan tense and corresponds in form to the I have done it tense in English. But the rules on when you use the tense are rather different in German. The German one is...
21:00:00 2007-10-22
The perfect tense is one of three German past tense forms. It's also the one that's most commonly used in spoken German, so very useful to learn. The perfect tense is a compound tense. This means it uses two verbs: an auxiliary (or helper) verb and a main...
21:00:00 2007-09-30
Hallo all,It's been longer than I intended yet again, but I've finally managed to finish another episode of German GrammarPod. This episode is about the future tense and also about the verb werden in general.The future tense is pretty simple in German. Mo...
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