Wishes, sarcasm, and linguistic imagery in German — More Konjunktiv II

The other week we looked at how to use the German Konjuntiv II form for being polite and expressing unreal conditional clauses. This week I want to look at a few other ways that we can use conditionals. If you apply these you’ll also be able to add a touch of sarcasm to your spoken German, which if used correctly, will help you improve your German clout.

We’ve moved. You’ll find the full article here: http://marathonsprachen.com/wishes-sarcasm-and-linguistic-imagery-in-german-more-konjunktiv-ii/

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