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Family - members

Family - my siblings

Body - parts of the body

Body - the head

Body - hair colour and style

People - portraits

People - appearance

People - clothes 1

People - clothes 2

People - jobs

People - health problems

Animals - pets

Animals - farm

Activity - daily routine

Activity - hobbies

Activity - sports

Activity - holidays

Food - fruit

Food - vegetables

Food - groceries

Food - restaurant

Food - drinks and snacks

Colours

Home - my room

Home - rooms in the house

Home - helping at home 1

Home - helping at home 2

Home - in the garden

School - classroom objects

School - subjects

School - activities

Place - where I live

Place - homes

Place - shops

Place - meeting places

Place - places in town

Go - means of transport

Go - on holiday

Go - which way?

Go - where?

World - European countries

World - environment

World - weather

Time - what time is it?

Time - spring and summer

Time - autumn and winter

Numbers - 1 to 10

Numbers - 11 to 20

Numbers - to 100 (1)

Numbers - to 100 (2)

Grammar - adjectives 1

Grammar - adjectives 2

Grammar - verbs 1

Grammar - verbs 2

Grammar - prepositions 1

Grammar - prepositions 2

      
      
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German tutorials for learners

Each German tutorial consists of 4 interactive learning activities and includes full audio by a native German speaker plus the written text for every item of vocabulary introduced. There are 2 levels of German tutorial available, beginner and intermediate.

Beginner tutorials

The language in our beginner tutorials has been carefully selected for children and adult learners beginning German for the first time. Each beginner tutorial introduces the learner to 10 related words and phrases. The tutorials available include "Family members", "Pets", "Numbers to 10" and 53 more! In the MFL classroom, these tutorials are suitable for:

  • UK: pupils at Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 (KS1 and KS2) Primary school
  • USA: pupils from first grade to fifth or sixth grade Elementary school
  • Canada: pupils from Grade 1 to Grade 5 Elementary school
  • Australia: pupils from Year 1 to Year 6 Primary school
  • Other countries: primary pupils between the ages of 5 and 11
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Intermediate tutorials

Our intermediate tutorials are aimed at learners who have already started studying German. They are suitable for more advanced adult learners and for pupils between the ages of 11 and 16. Each intermediate tutorial introduces 20 items of language. These tutorials include more short German sentences in addition to words and phrases. The intermediate tutorials include "Daily routine", "Places in town", "The environment", and over 50 other secondary tutorials. At school, these tutorials are suitable for:

  • UK: pupils at Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 (KS3, KS4) including GCSE revision
  • USA: pupils from sixth grade to ninth or tenth grade Middle and High school
  • Canada: pupils from Grade 5 or 6 to Grade 10 Middle and High school
  • Australia: pupils from Year 6 to Year 10 upper Primary and Secondary school
  • Other countries: secondary pupils between the ages of 11 and 16

List of the learning tutorial activities available for each German tutorial

The 4 activities in each of our German tutorials progress step by step to help you the beginner gradually master the topic vocabulary. These activities are based on "3 stage questioning", a method of learning that quickly and easily builds your confidence as you work through a short series of tutorial activities that strengthen your knowledge of the German that you want to learn.

When you have completed the tutorial for a topic, you should try some of our German games before finally doing the test for your chosen topic. See the Help box below for detailed instructions on how to use our tutorials to help you learn your German more easily.

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How to learn German with free tutorials at German games


Introduction to the German topic

You start the tutorial with an activity that introduces the German words or sentences you will be learning. You will see a set of pictures one at a time, and for each picture you will see the written word and hear the German audio for that picture.

Introducing the language activity in the German tutorial

You can repeat the audio for the picture by clicking on the brown telephone sign to the left of the picture. Move between pictures using the arrow buttons at the bottom. Say the words after you hear them. Also write down the words you see on the screen. Writing down the words a few times will help you to remember the vocabulary much better than just saying it.


Yes or No? tutorial activity to learn German

In this activity, you will be shown the pictures one at a time. A voice will ask you whether this is a picture of... then play the German audio and show the written German words. You must decide whether these words match the picture or not. If you think they do, press the tick button. If you think the words are for a different picture, press the cross button.

Yes or no activity in the German tutorial

If you are right, you get a gold star. If you are wrong a sign appears telling you what the correct answer was, and you get a red star with a cross. You can roll over these stars (gold for right, red and white if you got it wrong) to check the language for the items you got right / wrong and to see the text again for that item.


Either / Or tutorial activity to learn German

This activity moves on from the "Yes / No" activity and offers you two possible answers to each question. So, you will see a picture then a voice will ask "Is this a picture of... or is it a picture of ..." and you will have to choose which of the answers is the one that matches the picture.

The Either..Or.. activity in the German tutorial

You choose an answer by clicking on the written words for that answer. You can play the audio for each answer again by clicking on the brown telephone button beside the written answer. The program will let you know each time whether you answered correctly. The Full tutorial gives you 10 questions in the order that you learned them. The Quick refresh mode (flash version only) shows you 5 random pictures from the topic you are studying. At the end of the activity, you can choose whether to repeat it or move on to the next one.


What is it? tutorial activity to learn German

The final activity in the tutorial shows you many possible answers for each question and you must choose the correct one. You are shown a picture and below it are a list of possible written answers from this topic. Rolling over an answer will play the German audio for that answer. For each picture, click on the writing that matches the picture. The program will tell you whether you are right or not.

What is it? activity in the German tutorial

The Full tutorial will show you 10 pictures in the order that you learned them. The Quick refresh mode (flash only) will show you 5 random pictures from the topic. The written answers are always in the order that you learned them in the Full tutorial.

When you complete the "What is it?" activity, you can choose whether to go on to play some games with this topic, or whether you want to repeat some or all of the activities in this tutorial. You should expect to get 8/10 answers correct in most of the activities before going on to play the German games for this topic.

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