Nouns make up the largest class of words
To learn fluent German you need to know about 4.000 nouns
Langbird contains that and even more
Nouns designate things, persons and living beings
They can also designate abstract concepts
Nouns are often subjects of clauses or objects of verbs
Learn German nouns with effective exercises. You learn words from common situations and expand your vocabulary with other common nouns.
Effective German exercises where you can practice thousands of German nouns, their gender and plurals. Master the details of German.
Learn the nouns you need to know to speak fluently. Practice the rules determining gender of German nouns, the plurals, compound nouns, feminine and masculine forms and much more.
To learn a language really well, you must practice. Langbird contains the vocabulary and the structures that modern research shows you need to know to speak German fluently.
Gender divides nouns and pronouns into different classes
It is important to know the gender as it decides which forms to use
German nouns can be feminine, masculine or neuter
Learn German nouns with effective exercises
Learn the rules determining gender of German nouns
You Learn German and use nouns as subjects or objects of clauses
The Langbird vocabulary is divided into topics and levels. Topics correspond to everyday situations. Levels correspond to how common a certain word or phenomenon is in German. There are in total seventeen levels ranging from A1 to E. Every level contains sentences, grammar and about 500 unique word families. When you have managed between ten and sixteen levels, you start getting fluent in German.
A Langbird level consists of many chapters and each chapter in turn consists of many exercises. Chapters and exercises are short so you can complete them quickly. How fast you go depends on your own results. The pace is speeded up for topics you already master, and slows down oif you make mistakes and need more time.
Langbird is designed to be easy to use for absolute beginners as well as advanced university-level users. Practice with fast, simple exercises where you click on alternativa answers, or practice written and spoken German and write answers.
Follow your results in real-time with the results monitor. Skip chapters and levels and repeat chapters as you wish by clicking selecting chapters or levels on the Langbird playing field.
The words in the exercises each have their own explanations
You will learn many words and how sentences are built
You learn regularities, irregularities and see patterns
Practice fast and reach your own goals effectively
German has three genders, feminine, masculine and neuter
Gender is shown by using the correct article
The German definite articles are "der", "die" or "das" in the singular
The plural article is "die"
German has four cases, nominative, accusative, dative and genitive
Learn the German nouns you need for fluent German
Learn how plurals are formed for loan words and words of German origin
The use of the articles is practised in different sentences
The German plural is formed with endings and umlaut
Practice modern German with examples from Germany, Austria and Switzerland
Master the German central vocabulary, the structure and grammar
Practice all kinds of German verbs, regular and irregular, and all their forms
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