Welcome to German 030-Intensive Beginner German

Supplementary Exercise Bank

This set of exercises provides a step-by-step, skill-building review of basic German grammar. You are encouraged to go through all exercises in sequence. Simply start with the first exercise and use the NEXT button.

You need to type your answers in very precisely to get them right. Use the following Umlaut codes on your keypad while pressing "Alt":

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If you only require a quick review of selected grammar points, you can go directly to the exercise in question.

Contents

  1. Use of Nominative, Accusative and Dative cases in German
  2. Provide Accusative Forms for the following Nominatives
  3. Provide Dative Forms for the following Nominatives
  4. Accusative or Dative?
  5. Accusative or Dative Personal Pronouns?
  6. Accusative Prepositions
  7. Dative Prepositions
  8. Two-Way Prepositions: Wohin? vs. Wo?
  9. Provide the Appropriate Endings
  10. Present Perfect: Match the Past Participle with the correct auxiliary verb
  11. Word Order: Verb Placement in Present Tense 1
  12. Word Order: Verb Placement in Present Tense 2
  13. Word Order: Verb Placement in Present Tense with Modal Verbs 1
  14. Word Order: Verb Placement in Present Tense with Modal Verbs 2
  15. Word Order: Verb Placement in Present Tense with Modal Verbs 3
  16. Word Order: Time/Manner/Place Sequence
  17. Word Order: Direct Object with Time/Manner/Place Sequence
  18. Word Order: Time/Manner/Place Sequence with Modals
  19. Word Order: With Separable-Prefix Verbs
  20. Word Order: With Separable-Prefix Verbs and Modals
  21. Word Order: Indirect and Direct Objects 1
  22. Word Order: Indirect and Direct Objects 2
  23. Word Order: Indirect and Direct Objects as Pronouns
  24. Word Order: More Present Tense
  25. Word Order: In the Present Perfect Tense 1
  26. Word Order: In the Present Perfect Tense 2
  27. Word Order: In the Present Perfect Tense 3
  28. Dependent (subordinate) Clauses
  29. Coordinating or Subordinating Conjunctions?
  30. Reflexive Pronouns
  31. Infinitives with Modal verbs or "zu"
  32. "Wann", "Wenn" or "Als"?

Maren Kasulke <mkasulke@uwo.ca>
April 24, 2006