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Our German topics are made up of 10 items (Beginner) or 20 items (Intermediate) of German (both the written text and a recording of a German person speaking the word / words) with a picture that illustrates that vocabulary. The Beginner topics are suitable for absolute beginner German learners, or pupils aged between 5 and 11. The intermediate topics are suitable for more advanced adult learners, or for secondary pupils aged between 11 and 16.
Each item in a topic consists of the text (both the written German text and an audio recording of a German person speaking the word / words) with a picture that illustrates that item. The illustrations are very simply and nicely drawn so there will be no confusion as to what is being shown. The texts are available to see and hear on all product pages in this brown info sign below the main interface.
The language for each topic is carefully selected to match the language of the curriculum for German as a second language. This means that if you are at school you should see the same language you are learning there for any particular subject.
Once a topic is selected at the beginning of a session at German games it will be remembered when you move between games and other activities. So you only need to choose a topic once and can then do multiple lessons, play multiple games and take multiple tests without having to select your subject topic again.
There are currently 56 Beginner topics and 58 Intermediate topics to choose from. These range from single German words (for instance "Body - parts of the body" or "Food - fruit"), short phrases (eg. "Time - what time is it?") to whole sentences ("People - appearance", "Home - helping at home"). An example topic is given below:
See the help box below for instructions on choosing a topic here at German games.
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Click on the "1. Start" button in the top navigation bar - that brings you to this topic selection page. On the topic selection page you will see that the topic selection is divided up in different ways:
Choose either Beginner or Intermediate level topics in the red sign. Now the categories for that level will load. Click on any sign to view the topics that fit the category description. For example, if you choose the Beginner category 'Animals' you will see a choice of two topics: "Animals - pets" and "Animals - farm". When you click on the name of the topic, the pictures, writing and spoken German for that topic will load (once the topic has loaded it will be available for all activities and will not have to be loaded again).
With the topic loaded you can choose whether to proceed with the lesson for that topic, or to go straight to the games page.
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