How to learn “der”, “die” and “das” – Guide Plus List

March 16, 2021

Most of my students who learned German before they started learning with me, tell me that the biggest problem they have is to remember “der, die, das”. Therefore I have written this guide with tips how to learn “der, die, das” successfully and included a list of almost 300 frequent nouns so you can get started right away.

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Who is this guide for?

This guide is good for you if you are fairly new to learning German, but you have at least basic idea of the pronunciation. If you are a total beginner – watch out, I will have a video that goes with this guide soon, as well as an article about the German pronunciation and a video to go with it. If you sign up for notifications you will be informed as soon as they are ready.

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