Fragen (German Questions)


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Deutsche Fragen (German Questions)

Wie mache ich eine Frage? Video on the word order of German questions. Mostly in German, but easy; with an addendum for English speakers.   V


Questions: making simple questions.   O

Questions: making questions.   O

Questions: online exercise specifically to combat the English instinct to use “do”/”did” to make questions.  O

Fragewörter: beginner-level exercise on 

German questions wer wen2

German question words.   W

Wen, wenn oder wann?   O

Wer? Wen? Wem? “Erlkönig” explains the use of “wer” (who), “wen” (whom) and “wem” (whom) in German. Also helps English native speakers understand the difference in English between “who” and “whom.” Video based on Goethe’s famous poem “Erlkönig.” Worksheet to go with the video.  V

Various visuals/summaries relating to German questions:


fragen tenses 2   question pattern 2


question words 2   question sesam 2


loch im bauch 2


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