CBG 2.23 | Hilfst du deinen Kindern bei ihren Hausaufgaben?
We've already covered the topic of family in Coffee Break German, but in this lesson you'll learn how to talk about your extended family, and deal with possessive pronouns in the nominative, accusative and dative cases. Is it mein, meine, meinen, meinem or meiner? By the end of this lesson, you'll know!
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Coffee Break German – Introductory Episode
CBG 1:01 | Saying how you are feeling
CBG 1:02 | Saying your name
CBG 1:03 | Saying where you are from
CBG 1:04 | Saying where you live
CBG 1:05 | Introducing family members
CBG 1:06 | Introduction to numbers
CBG 1:07 | Asking for directions
CBG 1:08 | More directions
CBG 1:09 | Saying that you are learning German
CBG 1:10 | End-of-unit review
CBG 1:11 | Ordering drinks in a café
CBG 1:12 | Ordering snacks in a café
CBG 1:13 | More on ordering and paying
CBG 1:14 | Checking into a hotel
CBG 1:15 | More numbers
CBG 1:16 | Buying souvenirs
CBG 1:17 | Places in town and prepositions
CBG 1:18 | Getting about town
CBG 1:19 | Travelling by public transport