German: Grammar 'Wollen' and 'Werden'

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Recognise the verbs ‘werden’ and ‘wollen’ in sentences.
Be able to say some simple sentences saying what you want to do and will do.
Gain confidence in speaking German through an interactive conversation.
Robin Sedman-SmithHost: I currently teach French in a school in Shropshire and am learning Spanish. I lived in Germany for two years, and spent 13 years teaching German in a grammar school where I still work as a boarding tutor.

Join your German tutor today in this short, sharp grammar based session and learn modal verbs in a simplified manner. In this lesson, students will build on what they have learned in the modal verb lessons and learn how to use ‘wollen’ and ‘werden’ correctly. These two verbs are often confused. Students will see some examples, and do some practice using both verbs in an interactive conversation scenario.  

For more short sessions why not try: German: Modal Verbs 'Sollen' Part 2German: Modal Verbs 'Dürfen' Part 3German: Modal Verbs 'Müssen' Part 4.


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This class is suitable for students studying German in Years 9-11 or S3-S5.

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You will need a laptop or device with internet connection to watch the class, as well as a pen and notepad for taking notes.
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