German Language Game: nicht nur ... sondern auch



German Quick Language Game: nicht nur ..., sondern auch ... This translates into the English phrase pair "not only..., but also..." (called a 'correlative conjunction').

In this fun and easy game, you'll learn this phrase pair and combine it with "brauchen" - followed by a masculine, a neuter, and a feminine direct object. You'll come across this German phrase pair quite often in longer German sentences. 

Note that the article for a masculine direct object changes from "der" to "den." 

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Posted 12:13PM on August 20 2014 by Ulrike Rettig
Categories: German