In lesson 2 of A Flavour of German you’ll learn some interesting phrases used to talk about the time using idiomatic German

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    2 replies to "A Flavour of German – Lesson 02"

    • Yuto

      This is very useful, but what if I cannot catch a word or know the spelling? For example, I cannot catch the word between mich and eilen in the example sentence of the second phrase”Die Zeit rennt”.

      • Sabrina

        It’s “Ich muss mich beeilen”. The “word” you didn’t catch, was a part of the verb!

        Hope I could help you out! (:

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