German - A Game A Day 1: Die Bootsfahrt



German Quick Language Game - "die Bootsfahrt." Note: "das Boot" + connecting "s" + "die Fahrt" = "die Bootsfahrt." The second word gives you the gender of the article. In German you say "eine Bootsfahrt machen." You'll practice the present tense forms: "ich mache, du machst, er macht" and how to make a question by inverting subject and verb: "Machst du ...?" You'll never forget the word "Bootsfahrt" - guaranteed!

And if you want to find out how much you already understand, just click on this MP3 audio, in which Michael discovers a few facts about Berlin he did not know...

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Posted 16:28PM on August 18 2014 by Ulrike Rettig
Categories: German