Lesson 1 - Grammar Practice


Now you have the occasion to train yourself in German grammar. Write the word which you think is right one in the text field. Click on the respective eye symbol with your mouse to check if you have chosen the correct word. If you are working with a touchscreen on a smartphone or tablet, touch the eye with your finger. To listen to the pronunciation, either click on the respective button in the column "Listen" with your mouse or touch it with your finger.

English Write in German Control Listen
you (familiar)  
you (polite form)  
I understand German.  
to speak (infinitive)  
I speak  
you speak (familiar)  
he/she/it speaks  
we speak  
you speak  
they speak  
you speak (polite form)  
to understand (infinitive)  
I understand  
you understand (familiar)  
he/she/it understands  
we understand  
you understand  
they understand  
you understand (polite form)  
to be (infinitive)  
I am  
you are (familiar)  
he/she/it is  
we are  
you are  
they are  
you are (polite form)  
to come (infinitive)  
I come  
you come (familiar)  
he/she/it comes  
we come  
you come  
they come  
you come (polite form)  
to know (infinitive)  
I know  
you know (familiar)  
he/she/it knows  
we know  
you know  
they know  
you know (polite form)  
to like (infinitive)  
I like  
you like (familiar)  
he/she/it likes  
we like  
you like  
they like  
you like (polite form)  
the (masculine form singular)  
the (feminine form singular)  
the (neuter form singular)  
the (plural forms)  
a (masculine form singular)  
a (feminine form singular)  
a (neuter form singular)  
the man  
the lady, the woman  
the child  
the men  
the ladies, the women  
the children  
a man  
a lady, a woman  
a child  
ladies, women  
the Gentleman  
the day  
the town, the city  
the Gentlemen, Messrs  
the days  
the towns, the cities  
a Gentleman  
a day  
a town, a city  
Gentlemen, Messrs  
towns, cities  
the American (man)  
the American (woman)  
the Englishman  
the Englishwoman  
the Americans (men)  
the Americans (women)  
the Englishmen  
the Englishwomen  
an American (man)  
an American (woman)  
an Englishman  
an Englishwoman  
Americans (men)  
Americans (women)  
The city is nice.  
the beautiful man  
the nice city  
the beautiful child  
the beautiful men  
the nice cities  
the beautiful children  
a beautiful man  
a nice city  
a beautiful child  
beautiful men  
nice cities  
beautiful children  
She understands German.  
Does she understand German?  

Hopefully, this exercise has helped you to get familiar with German grammar. See you in Lesson 2.