CBG 2.18 | Wie alt warst du, als du ein Handy gekauft hast?

This episode of Coffee Break German introduces the verbs sein and haben and how they are used in the past. In fact, these verbs use a different tense, the Präteritum, or “imperfect” as it is often referred to in English. You’ll learn to conjugate the imperfect of sein and haben and how to use it in a variety of situations.

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2 Comments

  • Adam McDowell

    Reply Reply October 17, 2017

    Hey,

    First off, I really love the podcast. I just want to let you know that the website says ‘wie alt warst du, als du eine Handy gekauft hast?’ , but it should be ‘Wie alt warst du, als du ein Handy gekauft hast?’

    Keep up the great podcasts!

    Best regards,

    Adam.

    • radiolingua

      Reply Reply October 22, 2017

      Thanks for pointing this out, Adam. We’ve changed the title – unfortunately we can’t change the link but hopefully the title change is the most important thing.

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