German grammar - future tense #1 - present tense with time phrases & werden with infinitive

Angelika Davey, Here to help people "learning German with a smile"

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7 Lessons (17m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Useful time phrases for future tense

    • 3. The present tense with time phrases

    • 4. Present tense without time phrases

    • 5. Over to you

    • 6. The future tense with werden

    • 7. Over to you 2


About This Class

Learn how to use the German future tense and find other ways of talking about the future in German

Are you a German learner and not sure how to use the future tense in German?

Do you get the future tense mixed up with the past tense because you get confused about whether to use a past participle or the infinitive? 

This class covers the basics you need for the future tense in German. We will look at useful time phrases and how to use them with the present tense to talk about the future. You will also learn about the real future tense, which is actually really easy. 

Ready? Start watching and soon you will be able to say what you will soon do in German!

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PS This course covers the future tense and assumes that you feel comfortable with using the present tense. If you would like to revise it a bit, please check out my present tense classes:
German grammar - present tense #1 - regular verbs
German grammar - present tense #2 - irregular verbs
German grammar - present tense #3 - separable & inseparable verbs
German grammar - present tense #4 - modal verbs & the imperative
German grammar - present tense #5 - reflexive, impersonal and new verbs

For part 2 and 3 of the future tense classes, look here
German grammar - future tense #2 - talking about future intentions
German grammar - future tense #3 - the future perfect & 'New Year's resolutions'