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The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin

In this chapter you will learn:

  • how to ask for directions
  • how to ask where the nearest shop or station is
  • how to find places on a map
  • how to construct ordinal numbers
  • some background information about the city of Berlin
  • historical information about President Kennedy's visit to Berlin in 1961

Grammatically, this chapter concentrates on the use of adjectives in German. The formation of ordinal numbers and their adjective endings will be discussed. We shall also concentrate on prepositions and cases, introducing the dative case, and examining how the definite article is affected by the dative case.

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