Die Wochentage

Welcher Tag ist heute?

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 Welcher Tag ist morgen?

Wochentag Sonntag

Die Uhrzeit: Wie spät ist es? (Teil II)

Erinnerst du dich? (Do you remember?)

Es ist Morgen.

Es ist Vormittag.

Es ist Mittag.

Es ist…??? Was heißt “afternoon”, “evening” und “night” auf Deutsch?

Sprakuko zeigt dir, wie es weitergeht.

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Hast du Teil I verpasst? Did you miss part I?

Hier geht es zu Teil I: Die Uhrzeit: Wie spät ist es? (Teil I)

Die Uhrzeit: Wie spät ist es? (Teil I)

You have a meeting in Germany and you don’t know what time it is?! Sprakuko helps you to ask the time in German!

Die Uhrzeit


die, Tageszeit (sg.)/-en (pl.) (daytime/-s)

Es ist Morgen. (It is morning.)

Es ist Vormittag. (It is before midday.)

Es ist Mittag. (It is midday.)

 ! Can you see any similarities between German and English?

Have a look at the internal structure of the word. Now? Can you see it?

Yes, indeed! The word structure isn’t that different.

 e.g. The combination of the preposition vor ‘before’ and the noun Mittag (der Mittag ‘midday’) leads to the composition Vormittag ‘before midday’.

Linguistic hints:

In compound nouns like e.g. Vormittag (der  [m.]) the last element determines the gender of the compound noun.

A better example is the noun Tageszeit, where the first noun Tag (der Tag ‘day’) is masculine [m.] and the latter, the noun Zeit (die Zeit ‘time’), feminine [f.]. In this case the latter determines the gender of the compound die Tageszeit [f.], which is feminine itself.

Sich vorstellen und andere Personen kennenlernen

How do you introduce yourself in German???

Sprakuko is going to introduce himself and is looking forward to meeting you. Try to answer. The green dialogue ballons contain useful phrases for you to start speaking right away.

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Are you still thinking or already speaking? Wasn’t that difficult, right?

How to introduce yourself informally? And how to introduce someone in German?

Again the dialogue ballons contain useful phrases. Obtain the pronouns and try to find out as many pronouns as you can!

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Are you still thinking or already introducing youself to other people?

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Die Verben “heißen” und “kommen”

How many personal pronouns did you count? 3, 4, 5 or even more? Sprakuko and his new friends illustrate the personal pronouns in German.

If you missed the first lessons, just scroll up for Sprakuko’s first introduction or for his first informal meeting with his new classmates Klara and David.

Die Personalpronomen (personal pronouns)


Can you already use the pronouns in a short sentence? Try to introduce yourself in German.


Do you remember the forms of the verbs heißen und kommenTry to fill in the blanks with the correct verb. Pay attention to the correct forms of the respective verb.

Sprechen Sie

Lesen Sie den Dialog laut vor. Fragen Sie andere Deutschlerner/-innen und lesen Sie den Dialog zu zweit.

Still thinking or already speaking?