Sprachy teaches the patterns in German, like how some noun endings always imply a certain grammatical gender.
Learn patterns with dialogues between cute characters, to see how they're used in conversation.
We don't just throw sentences at you: Sprachy tells you why each exercise has a given answer.
Learning GermanSome introductory guidance
Der, die, dasAh yes, the three genders
Sein oder NichtseinHow to say stuff is or things are
Das -chenThe power of cute diminutives
accusing peopledirect objects
Dem DativWhen something is kinda affected by a verb
Der Lerner, die LernerinApparently humans have genders too
Du oder SieHow to not be an overly familiar rando
Des GenitivsFor directly belonging to a fluffy squirrel
Ein und eineLike a/an but with more gender
Der Imperativ!To yell at people to go to sleep!
Compound wordsFledermaus (bat) is "flutter mouse"
Indefinite articlesFor when three articles aren't specific enough
Grüner TeeAdjective endings for nouns without articles
Das KomparativFor when you have a way better idea
Das SuperlativFor when you see the fluffiest squirrel ever
Dem und den NachbarnWhy some nouns share the same endings across all cases
Das erste EichhörnchenWhy the first and the third are different from the second.