Currently, the German Grammar Card is available only for the Basic to Intermediate level.

German - Basic to Intermediate

It covers levels: A1, A2, B1, B2

Suitable for:

  • Anyone starting with a basic understanding of the German language.
  • Anyone with an A1, A2, B1 or B2 level.
  • Students that will sit the Junior Certificate (1st to 3rd year)
  • Students that will sit the Irish State Exams (4th to 6th year)
  • Anyone with an intermediate or advanced level looking to reinforce the foundational grammar.

The card contains 35 grammar charts with all the essential grammar you need to know when learning German, from the basics to an intermediate level.

It covers important word classes like pronouns, possessives, prepositions, adjectives, and more. It also shows you the endings for verbs in the present, past, imperfect, and the future tense.

The charts are organised using different colours to make it easier for you. Each colour represents a different case: nominative, accusative, dative, and genitive.

The colours yellow, purple, and green represent different pronouns or persons: I, you, he, she, etc. So, when you see these colours in any of the charts, you’ll know which person it refers to.

The tables are separate from each other, so you can focus on the specific chart related to the topic you’re studying in class.

The card is designed to cater to the needs of adults who are learning German, as well as secondary and university students, providing a valuable resource for language learning.

For students taking the Junior Certificate, this card has got you covered. It includes all the grammar knowledge you need to know for the exam.

If you’re a Leaving Certificate student, this card is extremely valuable. It covers the foundational grammar that you need to know well. It’s a reliable resource to reinforce your understanding and ensure you’re fully prepared for the exam.

Some of the grammar topics included in the Basic to Intermediate German card:
  • Definite and indefinite articles with all their declensions (der, die, ein, einen…)
  • Personal pronouns in nominative, accusative and dative (ich, mich, mir…)
  • Wh-Questions (Was? Wann? Wo?)
  • Possessives (mein, dein, sein…)
  • Declension of adjectives (definite and indefinite articles, and no articles)
  • Reflexive pronouns in accusative and dative (mich, dich, sich…)
  • Frequency adverbs (immer, oft, nie)
  • Verb tenses:
    • Present (ich spreche)
    • Present perfect (ich habe gesprochen)
    • Imperfect for weak regular verbs  (Sie arbeiteten)
    • Future (ich werde sprechen)
  • List of weak and strong verbs
  • Separable and inseparable verb prefixes (ab-, an-, auf-, be-, emp-, er-…)
  • Relative pronouns for each case (der, den, den, dessen…)
  • Conjunctions (da, dass, weil…)
  • Irregular participles (denken-gedacht, finden-gefunden…)
  • Prepositions in accusative, dative, genitive and accusative or dative

When you purchase the card, you’ll also receive a free PDF resource to download and print. This resource provides a step-by-step guide on how to use your card effectively. It explains the meaning of each colour used and gives a detailed explanation of each table with examples to help you understand the content better.

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