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6 Videos (28m)
    • Numbers in German - Telling the Time

    • The 24-hour clock

    • A look at German train time tables and TV programmes

    • The 12-hour clock

    • Practice the 12-hour clock - a listening exercise

    • How to say the years in German


About This Class


Do you know how to tell the time in German? In this class you will learn how to use the 24-hour clock, the 12-hour clock and also how to say different years.

This class is ideally for beginners and intermediate learners and even advanced learners might find it useful for revision. It does, however, assume that you know your numbers in German, at least up to 60.

If you need revision of German numbers, then please go to Numbers in German #1 - Cardinal Numbers first.

If you know your numbers, but don't really know how to say in German what time it is, then come and enjoy these videos and the listening and reading exercises.

Want free access to this class? Then say, it's time to get here for free

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A concise but comprehensive introduction to numbers in German delivered clearly and as you would expect logically
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Angelika Davey

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