If you struggle with all those tricky German cases, then I’ve got news for you…
You’re not alone!
In fact, German learners from New York to Nürnberg have a hard time getting to grips with this deceptively tricky part of the language.
- Getting your head around the concept of case and how each of the cases works in German
- Memorising all the confusing endings for articles and adjectives depending on their case and gender
- And choosing which case to use so your sentences are grammatically correct and make sense
And doing all of that while face-to-face with a native German speaker! It's a LOT take in.
The plain old nominative case is pretty easy to keep track of.
But when we get to akkusativ, dativ and genitiv articles things start to get tricky. (How exactly can you tell which case to use?)
Add in German adjective declension (changing the endings of adjectives based on case) and things get really troublesome:
- Is it heißer Kaffee, heißen Kaffee or heißem Kaffee?
- And what's the difference anyway?
It's enough to make you feel like you'll never truly get your head around the German cases. They are just one of those things you'll have to live with, right?
Well, not so fast...
Help is at hand!
I’ve created a unique 30-day challenge, Master The Cases, that will help you learn and internalise German cases, so you can use cases confidently and correctly and sound like an accomplished intelligent adult in German. As a result, you'll be able to finally enjoy your conversations with native German speakers.
No more boring grammar textbooks.
No more memorising rules.
And most importantly...
No more embarrassing German case mistakes when you chat with your German-speaking family and friends.
Introducing the February Challenge:
"Master The Cases"
Here’s how the challenge works.
The challenge is based on an exciting original story in German that develops over the 30 days of the challenge.
This is a brand new story, written exclusively for this 30-Day Challenge.
We’ve created the story to be jam-packed with examples of German cases in context. Every possible use of German cases - all 3 genders, singular and plural, articles and adjective declensions - is covered in our challenge.
Every day, you’ll receive one new chapter of the story, along with short video lessons and simple exercises to help you understand how German cases are used in the story.
It'll take you about 15 minutes each day.
All you have to do is show up every day…
Over the course of the month, the daily immersion will help you absorb the grammar naturally, until you "just know" instinctively how German cases work and which cases to use in your sentences.
The result is that you'll be able to speak German confidently without worrying about cases or trying to figure declensions out in your head before you talk.
Instead, you'll use German case freely and fluently, because...
1) You'll instinctively know which cases to use and...
2) The declensions you need will already be where you need them - on the tip of your tongue!
Here's What's Included...
The concept is beautifully simple!
Every day, for 30 days, you’ll get:
- One 250-word chapter of our German story (jam-packed examples of German cases in context)
- The written story plus audio book (so you can read or listen...wherever you are!)
- A short 5-minute video lesson with our instructor, Julia. (She’ll explain the usage of the German cases in the story)
- A short daily practice exercise (to help you remember what you’ve learned)
- Discussion with dozens of fellow challengers in our interactive Facebook group (so you can discuss the story and get answers to questions).
We’ve carefully structured the entire 30 days, so all you have to do is turn up and get stuck in!
Ready to get started?
If you'd like to join us on the challenge, then here's the key info you need:
- Start date: February 1st
- Daily time required: 15 minutes
- Total commitment: 30 days
The investment in the challenge is only $97 - the same as just a couple of lessons with a professional teacher.
Everything you need is included - all materials (written and audio), all video lessons and activities, plus the exciting community for discussion on the story and the grammar.
Click the "enrol" button to sign up now.
(You'll find the first lesson ready and waiting for you in the member area... just to whet your appetite!)