Bodies of Water in German and their Prepositions

Today I went stand up paddling for my first time on Lake Zurich. The experience was a perfect balance to the Limmatschwimmen from yesterday, where some 4200 people swam and floated down the Limmat. What does this all have to do with German? It’s a great vocabulary and preposition learning opportunity. First vocabulary related to bodies of water and second, prepositions that we use bodies of water. So let’s get going and you’ll see how you can improve your German knowledge and spoken production by knowing this useful German vocabulary and getting the prepositions correct.

We’ve moved. You’ll find the full article here: http://marathonsprachen.com/bodies-of-water-in-german-and-their-prepositions/

One comment

  1. rich, very useful and lovely site
    thank you for your efforts

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