German Language Game: Close Meanings



In this German Language Game, Close Meanings 1 we are using 10 words from GamesforLanguage's German stories. You have to chose the synonym or the meaning closest to the German word in the center.

You'll see and hear a sentence for each of the synonyms you choose, putting the word into context.

You may also enjoy 20 German "False Friends" To Look Out For.

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Posted 13:48PM on July 30 2015 by Ulrike Rettig
Categories: German