German Grammar Explained - Subjunctive Mood - Part 1: Introduction to The Subjunctive Mood | Kamil Pakula | Skillshare

German Grammar Explained - Subjunctive Mood - Part 1: Introduction to The Subjunctive Mood

Kamil Pakula, Python developer, linguist

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    • Hi

      1:43
    • ‘would be’ - Konjunktiv II of the verb ‘to be’

      3:31
    • ‘would have’ - Konjunktiv II of the verb ‘to have’

      2:59
    • ‘could, might, should’ - Konjunktiv II of modal verbs

      12:14
    • Konjunktiv II of regular and irregular verbs

      5:06

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Let’s start by revising the three moods in German: the indicative, the imperative and the subjunctive mood. Then, let’s dive straight into the subjunctive mood and have a look what it’s all about.

In this class we’ll also learn how to make the regular and irregular forms of Konjunktiv II and how to use them. We’ll start by some common verbs like ‘to be,’ ‘to have’ and modal verbs.

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Kamil Pakula

Python developer, linguist

I studied linguistics and computer science. I have an MA degree in linguistics and I'm also an IT engineer. Since 1999 I've been working as a teacher. I teach languages and programming. For the last couple years I've been working as a Python developer as well. I teach 6-year-olds, high school and university students and adults. I deliver live and online courses. I love this job.

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