German Language Game: Asking for Directions



Quick German Language Game: Asking for Directions

Level: Beginner (A1)
Time to Play: 4 minutes
Ready to stroll around a German-speaking town or city? 
Learn to ask for directions in German by playing this quick interactive German language game.
It's so much more fun to do this in the local language.

And there is another benefit in knowing how to ask for directions in German: Even if you don't understand the answer, it's often a great way to start a conversation with a stranger in a foreign country.

It's easy then to continue the conversation in English or in a language you both speak.

Vocabulary

• Entschuldigung - Excuse me
• Wie komme ich...? - How do I get (to) ...?
• zum Bahnhof - to the train station
• zur U-Bahn - to the subway
• Gehen Sie... - Go... (formal)
• nach rechts - to the right
• nach links - to the left
• geradeaus - straight ahead
• danke - thanks

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More Than a German Language Game

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Italian Language Game: Days of the Week



Quick Italian Language Game: Days of the week 
Level: Beginner (A1)
Time to Play: 4 minutes

Learn and practice Italian days of the week with this fun interactive game. 
For English speakers, Italian Days of the Week are not that easy to remember: Except, maybe, for sabato (Saturday), the Italian days resemble very little their English counterparts. (It's a little easier for those who are familiar with the Spanish or French days of the week.)
But, if you play this game a few times, you'll quickly get the hang of it!It's helpful to remember that the words for Monday through Friday end in "-dì": lunedì, martedì, mercoledì, giovedì, venerdì.
The words for Monday through Saturday are masculine. The word for Sunday is feminine.
In Italian, the days of the week are not capitalized.

As you play, say the words OUT LOUD and imitate the speaker.

Italian Days of the Week

  • lunedì - Monday (m)
  • martedì - Tuesday (m)
  • mercoledì - Wednesday (m)
  • giovedì - Thursday (m)
  • venerdì - Thursday (m)
  • sabato - Saturday (m)
  • domenica - Sunday (f)
  • la settimana - the week

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More than an Italian Language Game

With our Italian 1 course you'll practice Italian for FREE - with the story of a young man traveling through Italy. "The Story" and easy games will let you forget that you are actually learning Italian!
If you just play ONE lesson a day (we call them "Scenes") - and review the previous day's dialogue and Scene - you'll be amazed how much you'll have learned after 36 days!
And make sure to listen to the Podcast after each Level (six Scenes)


French Language Game: Days of the Week



Quick French Language Game: Days of the Week
Level: Beginner (A1)
Time to Play: 4 minutes
For English speakers, French Days of the week are not that easy to remember.
Except, maybe, for samedi (Saturday), the French days don't much resembletheir English counterparts.
(It's a little easier for those who are familiar with the Italian or Spanish days of the week.)
But, if you play this game a few times, you'll quickly get the hang of it!
Important: As you play, say the French words OUT LOUD!
Note: French days of the week are not capitalized.
They are all masculine.
Play and say them until you get a perfect score!

French Days of the Week 

• lundi - Monday
• mardi - Tuesday
• mercredi - Wednesday
• jeudi - Thursday
• vendredi - Friday
• samedi - Saturday
• dimanche - Sunday
• la semaine - the week

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More Than a French Language Game

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.
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"The Story" and easy games will let you forget that you are actually learning French!
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German Language Game: Days of the Week



Quick German Language Game: Days of the Week
Level: Beginner (A1)
Time to Play: 4 minutes
Play a fun online German language game and practice the days of the week.
Add to your vocabulary and improve your pronunciation! As you play, say the German OUT LOUD!
Learn and play with our fun Say It, Snap Cloud, Deal no Deal?, and Word Hero game sequence, until you know all the words inside out!
Note: German days of the week are all masculine (m), and capitalized.

German Days of the Week

  • der Montag - Monday
  • der Dienstag - Tuesday
  • der Mittwoch - Wednesday
  • der Donnerstag - Thursday
  • der Freitag - Friday
  • der Samstag - Saturday
  • der Sonntag - Sunday

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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!

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