German Adverbs of Time (wann? wie oft?)

Christmas is just one week away and many people will be going home to spend the holidays with their family. Others will be spending time with friends. Inevitably we tell stories when we’re around other people. One of the most important parts of speech that you need to tell a flowing narrative are adverbs.

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  1. […] week we started talking about adverbs. We covered temporal adverbs and I said that temporal adverbs are placed in sentences just like time phrases and references. […]

  2. […] the past two weeks we’ve been discussing adverbs. We’ve talked about adverbs of time and adverbs of place. Today we’re going to look at descriptive adverbs (adverbs of manner). […]

  3. […] adverbs bring conditions and circumstances between ideas together and combine them. This might sound […]

  4. […] there are also genitive prepositions that can add more information to sentences and there are also genitive adverbs. In the above example though we are dealing with a possessor relationship. Generally not every […]

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