Sunday, 31 May 2009

Relative Pronouns

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8 comments:

Aaron Rowbottom said...

I just wanted to send you a message, saying thanks for the help in german, i am taking it in university, and this is helping a lot in my down time to understand everything much better. Thank you so much for doing this. Aaron, Alberta, Canada

Anonymous said...

Great podcast. I have informally been teaching myself the language for 5 years now and you have brought me back up to speed on many concepts. Mike

Jeff said...

These podcasts are really helpful for self-learners such as myself! I just found them today, and went back to the first podcast to start there.

One request, could you go back to numbering the podcasts like you did in the beginning? For people like me who are coming in later, it makes it helpful to know what I've downloaded and what I've missed.

Laura said...

Hi Jeff,

I've compiled a list of the order the podcasts come in. I tried to go back to numbering with my latest one, but unfortunately I've now discovered I miscounted and my new one should hav been 19, not 18. Anyhow, here's what I hope is the correct list:

1 Gender
2 Cases: The Nominative
3 Cases: The Accusative
4 The Dative
5 The Genitive
6 The Present tense
7 The Future
8 Past Tenses: How to Use the Perfect Tense
9 When to Use The Perfect Tense
10 The Simple Past
11 The Pluperfect
12 Word Order in a Standard Main Clause
13 Word Order – Exceptions to the Standard Main Clause
14 Word Order – Multi-Clause Sentences
15 The Conditional and Umlauts
16 The Conditional – Part 2
17 The Conditional 3
18 Relative Pronouns
19 Relative Pronouns 2

Harriet said...

I'd also like to say thanks. I'm learning German in Germany in German so it's very helpful to have certain things explained in my mother tongue. With examples I can relate to.
Thanks again

Laura said...

Relative pronouns link a noun or clause to a relative clause, like the relative pronoun which in I saw a film which made me laugh links the noun film to the relative clause which made me laugh. This podcast tells you the basics of how to use relative pronouns and relative clauses in German.

Riversipaj said...

Great podcast. I have informally been teaching myself the language for 5 years now and you have brought me back up to speed on many concepts. Mike

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