German Language Game - rufen und anrufen



German Language Game: rufen - anrufen (to call/shout - to call up/phone) and steigen - aussteigen (to climb - to get out/off).

With this fun interactive German word game, you'll learn and practice how "separable prefix verbs" (an-rufen and aus-steigen) work.

Listen to this conversation, which occurs when our traveler Michael tries to reach his friend in Heidelberg.

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Posted 12:32PM on September 10 2014 by Ulrike Rettig
Categories: German | Tags: Anrufen, German language learning game, German online game, Rufen, Separable prefix