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German Grammar Flipper®- Topics - CLP-630W
Introduction to German Grammar. Grades 8–College.
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Introduction to German Grammar. Grades 8–College.

German Grammar Flipper®- Topics - CLP-630W

 

 
  • Grammatical Gender
  • Declension: Nominative
  • Declension: Accusative
  • Declension: Dative
  • Declension: Genitive
  • Articles: Definite
  • Articles: Definite: Gender
  • Articles: Definite: Case
  • Articles: Indefinite
  • Articles: Indefinite: Gender
  • Articles: Indefinite: Case
  • Der-words (Dieser-words)
  • Der-word dieser
  • Der-word jener
  • Der-word jeder
  • Der-word mancher
  • Der-word solcher
  • Der-word welcher
  • Der-word Endings: Gender
  • Der-word Endings: Case
  • Ein-words (Kein-words)
  • Ein-word: mein
  • Ein-word: dein
  • Ein-word: sein
  • Ein-word: ihr (her)
  • Ein-word: unser
  • Ein-word: euer
  • Ein-word: ihr (their)
  • Ein-word: lhr
  • Ein-word Endings: Gender
  • Ein-word Endings: Case
  • Plurals of Nouns
  • Plurals of Nouns: Eight Different Ways to Form Plurals
  • Declension of Nouns: Case
  • Declension of Nouns: Gender
  • Personal Pronouns
  • Personal Pronouns: Number
  • Personal Pronouns: Person
  • Use of du
  • Use of ihr
  • Use of Sie
  • Relative Pronouns: Case
  • Relative Pronouns: Gender
  • Possessive Pronouns: Case
  • Interrogative Pronouns: Case
  • Demonstrative Pronouns: dies-
  • Demonstrative Pronouns: jen-
  • Demonstrative Pronouns: solch-
  • Indefinite Pronouns: alles
  • Indefinite Pronouns: etwas
  • Indefinite Pronouns: nichts
  • Indefinite Pronouns: man
  • Indefinite Pronouns: jemand
  • Indefinite Pronouns: niemand
  • Indefinite Pronouns/Adjectives: alle
  • Indefinite Pronouns/Adjectives: andere
  • Indefinite Pronouns/Adjectives: einige
  • Indefinite Pronouns/Adjectives: mehrere
  • Indefinite Pronouns/Adjectives: viele
  • Indefinite Pronouns/Adjectives: wenige
  • Preceded Adjective Endings (Weak Declension) After der- Words: Case
  • Preceded Adjective Endings (Weak Declension) After der- Words: Gender
  • Preceded Adjective Endings (Mixed Declension) After ein- Words: Case
  • Preceded Adjective Endings (Mixed Declension) After ein- Words: Gender
  • Unpreceded Adjective Endings (Strong Declension): Case
  • Unpreceded Adjective Endings (Strong Declension): Gender
  • Comparatives of Adjectives
  • Superlatives of Adjectives
  • Adverbs
  • Adverbs: Suffixes
  • Adverbs: Comparatives
  • Adverbs: Superlatives: Relative
  • Adverbs: Superlatives: Absolute
  • Prepositions
  • Prepositions: Accusative
  • Prepositions: Dative
  • Prepositions: Genitive
  • Prepositions: Accusative or Dative
  • Da- (dar-) Compounds
  • Wo- (wor-) Compounds
  • Verbs: Inflections
  • Verbs: Declension
  • Verbs: Conjugation
  • Verbs: Infinitive
  • Verbs: Finite
 
  • Verbs: Finite: Tense
  • Verbs: Finite: Mood: Indicative
  • Verbs: Finite: Mood: Subjunctive
  • Verbs: Finite: Mood: Imperative
  • Verbs: Finite: Mood: Conditional
  • Verbs: Strong
  • Verbs: Weak
  • Verbs: Mixed (Irregular Weak)
  • Verbs: Present Tense: Stem
  • Verbs: Present Tense: Stem: Person
  • Verbs: Present Tense: Stem: Number
  • Verbs: Present Tense: Stem: Irregularities
  • Auxiliary Verbs: haben
  • Auxiliary Verbs: sein
  • Auxiliary Verbs: werden
  • Preterite (Simple, Narrative Past, or Imperfect)
  • Preterite (Simple, Narrative Past, or Imperfect): Strong
  • Preterite (Simple, Narrative Past, or Imperfect): Weak
  • Present Perfect (Compound Past)
  • Present Perfect (Compound Past): Formation of Past Participle
  • Present Perfect (Compound Past): Choice of haben or sein
  • Past Perfect (Pluperfect)
  • Past Perfect (Pluperfect): Comparison of Three Past Tenses
  • Future Tense
  • Future Perfect Tense
  • Principal Parts of Verbs
  • Modal Auxiliaries: dürfen
  • Modal Auxiliaries: können
  • Modal Auxiliaries: mögen
  • Modal Auxiliaries: müssen
  • Modal Auxiliaries: sollen
  • Modal Auxiliaries: wollen
  • Möchte Past Tense
  • Modal Past Tense
  • Verbs: Separable Prefixes: anfangen
  • Verbs: Separable Prefixes: mitkommen
  • Verbs: Inseparable Prefixes: verstehen
  • Verbs: Inseparable Prefixes: bekommen
  • The Subjunctive Mood: Statements
  • The Subjunctive Mood: Wishes and Polite Requests
  • The Subjunctive Mood: Indirect Discourse
  • The Subjunctive Mood: Subjunctive II
  • The Subjunctive Mood: Subjunctive I
  • The Subjunctive Mood: Conditional
  • Subjunctive II (Past or General Subjunctive)
  • Subjunctive I (Present or Special Subjunctive)
  • The Conditional Mood: würde + Infinitive
  • The Imperative Mood: For du
  • The Imperative Mood: For ihr
  • The Imperative Mood: For sie
  • The Imperative Mood: For wir
  • Passive Voice
  • Dative Verbs
  • Common Dative Verbs
  • Reflexive Verbs
  • Reflexive Pronouns: Accusative
  • Reflexive Pronouns: Dative
  • Uses of the Infinitive: As a Neuter Noun
  • Uses of the Infinitive: In Verb Combinations
  • Uses of the Infinitive: In Perfect Tense
  • Uses of the Infinitive: With Separable Verbs
  • Use of Past Participles
  • Use of Present Participles
  • Word Order: Normal
  • Word Order: Inverted
  • Word Order: Questions
  • Word Order: Negation
  • Word Order: Objects: If Direct Object is Noun
  • Word Order: Objects: If Direct Object is a Pronoun
  • Word Order: Adverbs:
  • Word Order: Prepositional Phrases
  • Word Order: Conjunctions: Coordinating Conjunctions
  • Word Order: Conjunctions: Subordinating Con- junctions
  • Set Expressions: The Indefinite man
  • Set Expressions: es gibt
  • Set Expressions: nicht wahr
  • Set Expressions: was für (ein-)
  • Set Expressions: recht haben
  • Set Expressions: hin
  • Set Expressions: her
  • Set Expressions: als
  • Set Expressions: wenn
  • Set Expressions: wann
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