German Language Game: Close Meanings



Quick German Language Game: Close Meanings. 
In this fun online game learn and practice 10 basic 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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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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German Language Game: Vocabulary Quiz #6




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

Level: Elementary (A2)
Time to Play: 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.
You may also enjoy 20 German "False Friends" To Look Out For.
If you like our games, please SHARE us with your friends.

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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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German Language Game: Vocabulary Quiz #5




Quick German Language Game:
 Vocabulary Quiz #5: 4 Separable Prefix Verbs
Level: Elementary (A2)
Time to Play: 4 minutes

Playfully test your knowledge of basic German and practice your pronunciation.

This Quiz will test you on 4 German separable prefix verbs and their word order in simple sentences.

The words in this Quiz come mostly from Level 5 of GamesforLanguage's German 1 Story - "Michael in Deutschland".
You may also want to check out Vocabulary Quiz #6 with4 Modal Verbs.

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To practice your listen comprehension of German, play the German 1 Level 5 Podcast.
The Vocabulary lists of the six Scenes of Level 5 can be downloaded as PDFs on the Playing page of the German 1 Story.

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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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German Language Game: Vocabulary Quiz #4




Quick 
German Language Game:
 Vocabulary Quiz #4: 8 Verbs in Sentences

Level: Elementary (A2)
Time to Play: 3 1/2 minutes


Test your knowledge of basic German vocabulary playfully and practice your pronunciation.

This Quiz will test you on 8 verbs used in short sentences, with nouns and personal pronouns as directs objects.

The words in this Quiz come mostly from Level 4 of GamesforLanguage's German 1 Story - "Michael in Deutschland" - in which Michael visits Heidelberg and discovers why Mark Twain may have liked Heidelberg.
If you're interested in learning German for free with our gamified course - just register.
To practice your German, you can listen to the German 1 Level 4 Podcast.
Or check out Vocabulary Quiz #5 with 4 Separable Prefix Verbs.

You may also want to read Why did Mark Twain like Heidelberg?

The Vocabulary lists of the six lessons (we call them "Scenes") of Level 4 can be downloaded as PDFs on the Playing page of the German 1 Story.

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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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German Language Game: Vocabulary Quiz #3




Quick 
German Language Game
: Vocabulary Quiz #3: Easy Sentences with Direct Object Nouns.

Level: Elementary (A2)
Time to Play: 4 minutes
Playfully test your knowledge of basic German and practice your pronunciation.

This Quiz will test you on 8 nouns as direct objects in short sentences.

Note: With masculine nouns, the article "der" (subject case) becomes "den" (direct object case).

German Subject/Nominative Case

Der Zettel ist dort drüben. [masculine]
Die Zeitung ist da. [feminine]
Das Handy ist dort. [neuter]

German Direct Object/Accusative Case

Ich habe  den  Zettel. [masculine]
Ich habe  die Zeitung. [feminine]
Ich habe  das Handy. [neuter]


The 8 nouns in this Quick German Language Game Quiz come mostly from the Level 3 (Scenes 13-18) of GamesforLanguage's German 1 Story - "Michael in Deutschland."
To practice your German, you can listen to the German 1 Level 3 Podcast.
Or check out Vocabulary Quiz #4 with 8 Verbs in Sentences!
You may also want to read Learning by making mistakes and "winning" games...

The Vocabulary lists of the six Scenes of Level 3 can be downloaded as PDFs on the Playing page of the German 1 Story.

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!

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