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6 Videos (41m)
    • Numbers in German #3 - Money & Maths

    • Prices

    • Currency

    • clothes and shoe sizes

    • Fraction, decimals, measurements, weights

    • A little bit of maths :)


About This Class


Would you know what price a cashier might say if you were to buy something in Germany? In this class you will practise reading and listening to German prices, sizes and a little addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

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.

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

If you'd like to learn about the 12 and 24 hour clock in German, please go to Numbers in German #2 - Telling the Time

Want free access to this class? Get some money for free ☺

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An easy paced clear comprehensive guide to numbers with numerous practical real life examples. Thank you Angelika
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