How to Say “I would like to…” – A2


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Fill in the correct form of “würden” and then translate the sentences into English.

  1. Ich __________ dir gerne helfen.    __________________________________________
  2. Er __________ gerne mit uns kommen.    __________________________________________
  3. Wir __________ euch gerne begleiten.    __________________________________________
  4. Sie (pl.) __________ uns gerne unterstützen.    __________________________________________
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Listening Comprehension: 100 Things Jenny Likes and Doesn’t Like – A2/B1

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Watch the video and then translate the following sentences into German. 

  1. I like chocolate.
  2. I like to ski.
  3. I like to snowboard.
  4. I don’t like spiders.
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The Verb “To Appeal To” – A2/B1

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The verb “gefallen” is a Dative verb which requires you to use a Dative noun or pronoun as a complement. It looks like this:

Example with singular subject: I like this skirt. –> Dieser Rock gefällt mir.  // Mir gefällt dieser Rock.

Rock is the subject of the sentence which is why it stands in the Nominative case.

mir is the person who the skirt appeals to.

Example with plural subject: She likes my shoes. –> Meine Schuhe gefallen ihr. // Ihr gefallen meine Schuhe.

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