You try to learn something in German! That's what brought you here, right? You are in the right track. As a learner of the German Language, I created this blog to share resources I found online or from school when I find them very useful. In this manner, I can just go here and look at them again when I need to review them or if I forgot something.
So here we are. Ich lerne gern Deutsch. Lernen Sie auch Deutsch? For German experts, I add in each post simple sentences with English translations of what I want to express. Please feel free to comment or correct. Thank you!

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Learning German Cases: "Nominatve, Accusative, Dative"

My German is currently at A1.2 level and I am currently in the third case: the dative case. I've been though with the nominative and accusative cases and these two were not complicated as long as the learner knows the gender of the noun.

Below is a very interesting video and it is a good thing to have some ideas about these cases. Although I have read mixed reactions to this video, I still find it very useful and fun to watch.

"Der Hund beißt den Mann" and "Den Mann beißt der Hund" both mean the same thing: (The dog bites the man.)

Below is the summary of the usage of articles in four german cases:

Learn Vehicle Words in German: Vocabulary

I have learn German Vegetables here, "Das Gemüse" and I have also learned all the fruits introduced here, naturally in German. It's quite limited in volume but it's a good thing too: overflowing information will discourage the brain! This time is to learn about vehicles, and their German names! Learn with me, yes,learn with Webbielady.

The video has images, pronunciation, article that goes with the noun, and short test at the end of the video to test the learned vocabulary words. Feel free to come back here from time to time and learn with me. I actually reviewed also what I learned in the past and this is the best way to retain the knowledge and make it solid!I have to admit the gender articles are quite a challenge.

Ich habe ein altes Fahrrad. (I have an old bike.)

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Lean Fruits in German: Das Obst

We various vegetables in German. After repeating it around 5times, I think they stick in my head forever. Such a great aid in learning! The even better news? They have their respective articles in them: der, das, and die which is one of the greatest challenge inlearning too. Yes, having the articles ready in learning these vocabulary wordsor nouns is very helpful.

This time let's learn the words for fruits in German. Although this is not included in the video, to refer to fruits in general, we can say "das Obst" in German as their collective name (combination of various fruits). The specific names of some fruits are presented below.

"Ein Apfel pro Tag den Arzt fernhält." /(An apple a day keeps the doctor away.)

Begnner German Test with Ready Answer Key... Have Fun!

Below is a simple German quizz for beginner learners with answer keys at the bottom. You can repeat as many times as you can until you perfect it and until you have learned the formula. You can always express your scores in the comment section such as: (1) how much you got for the first try; (2) how many times you tried till you perfected it, etc. Let's make our German learning fun! Join the club! :)

Below is the test: take note: Webbielady is a name and Bloggerin is the female Blogger! Good luck with the quizz and I wish you so much fun! Cheers to German learners!

Ja, ich lerne gern Deutch. Deutsch ist sehr fantastisch! (Yes, I like learning German. German is really fantastic!)

Was passt zusammen? Wählen Sie jeweils eine sinnvolle Ergänzung.

Die Lösung erfahren Sie, wenn Sie auf die Ampel klicken und mit der Maus dort verweilen.


Ich heiße


Ich wohne


Ich bin


Meine Muttersprache ist


Ich spreche auch


Ich lese gern


Ich spiele gern

Once you have placed your answers, check if they are correct:
1. Webbielady; 2. in Amsterdam; 3. Bloggerin; 4. Englisch; 5. Französisch und Englisch; 6. Romane; 7. Tennis

Learn Vegetables in German: "Das Gemüse"

I found this learning material from youtube to be very useful and helpful. It has various aids for the learner: good quality video, very good images, sound and pronounciation and at the end, the learner will be tested if he/she remembers the words. It is very effective for me.

I hope the video will have the same useful effect on you. It's really fun to know that some vegetables are called so strangely like the carrot, which is called "die Möhre". I could never have imagined that "Möhre" is the word for carrot. Some are not that strange such as spinach which "Spinat" but still majority of them are really new tome.

"Isst du gern Kartoffeln?" (Do you eat potatoes?)

"Ja ich finde die gekochte Kartoffeln lecker...sehr lecker!" (Yes, I find the cooked potatoes yummy...really yummy!)