French Language Game: Quand part le train?



Quick French language Game: Quand part le train? - When does the train leave?
Play this quick online game to learn and practice 13 French words and phrases as part of a useful mini-story. 
When you travel in a French-speaking country, on your own or with friends, these phrases may very well come in handy.

When you have the time, also go practice some French numbers. It'll help you to understand and ask about departure times.
Always say the French OUT LOUD!
It will boost your pronunciation and help you remember words and phrases better.
Our games work especially well for mid to high Beginners who want to learn and review conversational French. 

Words and phrases in French Language Game

  • le TGV - Train à Grande Vitesse/ High Speed Train
  • Quand part le train? - When does the train leave?
  • pour Aix-en-Provence - to Aix-en-Provence
  • dans sept minutes - in seven minutes
  • à dix-huit heures dix-huit - at six eighteen p.m.
  • je dois - I have to
  • changer de train - to change trains
  • le TGV est direct - the TGV is direct
  • savez-vous - do you know (formal) [savoir]
  • un instant - one moment
  • voie numéro douze - track number twelve
  • merci beaucoup - thanks a lot
  • pour votre aide - for your help
  • de rien - you're welcome
  • bon voyage - have a good trip

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More Than a French Language Game

And don't forget: You can practice French online for FREE with our 36-Scene French 1 Travel-Story: "Daniel en France".
In it you learn and practice all the words, phrases and sentences you also hear in the podcasts.
Just login HERE.
"The Story" and easy games will let you forget that you're actually learning French!
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German Language Game: Einen Kaffee bitte



Quick German Language Game: Einen Kaffee bitte.  - A coffee please.
Play this short online German game, and practice 12 words and phrases in the context of a quick mini-story.
Michael is in Frankfurt and together with his cousin Julia he goes to a café.
Learn and practice German in small chunks. With this game, you'll understand why you say "einen Kaffee" when you ask for a coffee (and not "ein Kaffee").
This mini-story is also part of our German 1 course. 
(You can play the full course for FREE by registering HERE.)

Words in Mini-Story Language Game

  • sie machen - they make [machen]
  • ihre Einkäufe - their purchases
  • sie sitzen - they sit [sitzen]
  • in einem Café - [sit] in a café
  • ich lade dich ein - I invite you (familiar) [einladen
  • du möchtest - you'd like (familiar) [mögen]
  • Was möchtest du? - What would you like? (familiar)
  • Einen Kaffee. - [I'd like] a coffee.
  • ich nehme - I'll take [nehmen]
  • einen Espresso - [I'll take] and espresso
  • Entschuldigung! - Excuse me!
  • Ja bitte? - What can I get you?/ Yes, please?

With this mini-story you learn and practice German in small chunks. 
It also helps you to see how the language is put together. (agreement, conjugations, separable prefix)
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More Than a German Language Game

And don't forget: You can practice German online for FREE with our 36-Scene German 1 Story: "Michael in Deutschland" and our 72-Scene German 2 Mystery Story Sequel: "Blüten in Berlin?".
(If you already know that "Blüten" means blossom in German - you'll learn that Blüten has still another meaning...).
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If you have any language questions  - don't hesitate to contact us!


German Language Game: Kommst du mit?



Quick German Language Game: Kommst du mit?  - Are you coming along? 
With this short online German game, you learn and practice 12 words and phrases in the context of a mini-story.
Michael is in Frankfurt where he visits his aunt and uncle.
His cousin Julia invites him to go with her into town.
This mini-story is also part of our German 1 course. 
(You can play the full course for FREE by registering HERE.)

Words in Mini-Story Language Game

  • mitkommen - to come along
  • du kommst mit - you're coming along (familiar)
  • ich komme mit - I'm coming along
  • Wohin? - Where to?
  • müssen - to have to, must
  • ich muss - I have to
  • etwas kaufen - to buy something
  • Was ist das? - What is that?
  • bekannt - well-known
  • die Einkaufsstraße - the shopping street
  • unsere bekannte Einkaufsstraße - our well-known shopping street
  • brauchen - to need
  • du brauchst - you need (familiar)
  • ich brauche - I need
  • der Reiseführer - the travel guide
  • ich brauche einen Reiseführer - I need a travel guide

With this mini-story you learn and practice German in small chunks. 
It also helps you to see how the language is put together. (agreement, conjugations, separable prefix)
If you like our games, please SHARE us with your friends.

More Than a German Language Game

And don't forget: You can practice German online for FREE with our 36-Scene German 1 Story: "Michael in Deutschland" and our 72-Scene German 2 Mystery Story Sequel: "Blüten in Berlin?".
(If you already know that "Blüten" means blossom in German - you'll learn that Blüten has still another meaning...).
Just login HERE.
If you have any language questions  - don't hesitate to contact us!


Spanish Language Game: IR - Present Tense




Quick Spanish Language Game
: ir (to go) - present tense
Level: Beginner (A1)
Time to Play:
4 minutes

Play this interactive online game to learn and practice the present tense of this often used irregular Spanish verb for "to go".
Learn the individual present tense verb forms and then put them into the context of short and easy sentences. You'll also practice how to use "al" and "a la" - both meaning "to the".
Before you tackle the other tenses you want to be sure have the present tense well memorized!
Note: pronouns (yo, tú, él, etc.) are often dropped in Spanish, except when they are needed for clarity or emphasis.
In this game, however, we include them.

Present Tense of the Irregular Verb "ir"

• yo voy - I go
• tú vas - you go (familiar)
• él, ella va - he, she goes
• usted va - you go (formal)
• nosotros/as vamos - we go
• vosotros/as vais - you (pl) go [Spain]
• ellos/as van - they go
• ustedes van - you (pl) go [Latin America]

More than a Spanish Language Game

If you like our Spanish games, you can practice Spanish - online and completely for Free - with our 36-Scene story "David en España" by just logging in, or registering HERE
You can find more resources for learning and practicing Spanish on FREELANGUAGE.ORG.
Our FREE Spanish 1 course will let you learn and practice Spanish playfully - with a travel-story of a young man in Spain and easy games.


Spanish Language Game: Opposite Words



Quick Spanish Language Game: Opposite Words
Look at the list below, then play this quick online game to test yourself.
With this game, you learn 12 common Spanish words and identify their opposites. 

Words in Spanish Language Game

primera - última [first - last (f)]
largo - corto [long - short (m)]
joven - viejo [young - old (m)]
fácil - difícil  [easy - hard]
barato - caro [cheap - expensive (m)]
bueno - malo [good - bad (m)]
abrir - cerrar [to open - to close]
buscar - encontrar [to look for - to find]
continuar - terminar [to continue - to end]
llegar - depart [to arrive - to depart]
preguntar - contestar [to ask - to answer]
comprar - vender [to buy - to sell]

More than a Spanish Language Game

If you like our Spanish games, you can practice Spanish - online and completely for Free - with our 36-Scene story "David en España" by just logging in, or registering HERE.
You can find more resources for learning and practicing Spanish on FREELANGUAGE.ORG.
Our FREE Spanish 1 course will let you learn and practice Spanish playfully - with a travel-story of a young man in Spain and easy games.

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