Connectivity is essential for an international society and the German language opens doors to a marvelous world of art, technology, history and a future full of possibilities. Germany, Switzerland and Austria are the main countries to use German (hochdeutsch) as their mother tongue and to address people in that language we must first learn the basics: how to introduce oneself, learn the alphabet and its pronunciation, greet people at the different times of the day and ask for objects and people using the correct syntax.
English has its roots in the Germanic culture and even with many similarities, there are many differences in grammar which we’ll learn in this Intro to German course at the forest in Bavaria (Bayern)!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9ZL3hQn_MI Alphabet Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEYqjtgO1YI&list=PLnobSvLXwkSq11Qpsly0Hp8wb4tn2aEGG&index=1 360 Video Neuschwanstein JPG files as grammar support
Talk about diphthongs during alphabet exercise
mention capitalization of nouns at times of the day