German Language Game: Vocabulary Quiz #6

German Language Game
, Vocabulary Quiz #6: 4 Modal Verbs

Level: Elementary (A2)
Playing Time: 3 minutes

Test your knowledge of essential German vocabulary playfully.
This Quiz test you on the basic forms of four modal verbs - wollen, mögen, müssen, können - in simple sentences.

[*Note: the two other German modal verbs are: "dürfen" (be allowed to) and "sollen" (ought to)

4 Modal Verbs

• wollen - to want
• müssen - must, to have to
• können - can, to be able to
• mögen - to like

*Note: with "mögen" you'll be asked for the polite form "ich möchte" - I would like, etc.

The words, phrases, and sentences in this Quiz come mostly from Level 6 of GamesforLanguage's German 1 Story - "Michael in Deutschland" - in which Michael says goodbye to Munich and flies to Berlin.
To practice your listening comprehension, click on German 1 Level 6 Podcast.
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Posted 15:54PM on July 17 2015 by Ulrike Rettig
Categories: German | Tags: German, German language game, German online game, German vocabulary quiz, Quick german language game