Buying a ticket – for the theatre, to a concert, for a bus to the city centre – is a common task. Let's see how to go about doing just that in this lesson. We also talk about directions. The setting for our dialogue is a bus station: Herr Schmidt needs to find out how to get to the city. Let’s start with a short dialogue.
Lesson #: 11
This lesson involves a trip to the market. We'll discuss some more numbers and, of course, discover the names of some common grocery items.
Lesson #: 12
In a previous lesson, we discovered how to introduce oneself. This time, we'll see how to discuss one's own family. In our role-play, Paul talks to Sabine about himself… and his sister.
Lesson #: 13
In the last lesson, Paul and Sabine were talking about Paul's sister, Steffi. Let's add some more detail to the discussion this time. We'll hear more about Steffi, and why she is feeling a little stressed at the moment...
Lesson #: 14
If you're on vacation or on business abroad, it's almost a given that, at some stage, you'll need to pay a visit to the local pharmacy. That's the focus of our attention in this lesson.
Lesson #: 15
When away on a trip, chances are that you'll pay a visit to a bakery to sample some fine local patisseries. Let's do just that in this lesson. We'll start with a role-play between the shop assistant and Herr Schmidt.
Lesson #: 16
In this lesson, Frau Weber has arrived in Stuttgart. She doesn’t know the city and is looking for a good restaurant. She stops a passer-by to look for a recommendation.
Lesson #: 17
In this lesson, Martin and Stefanie are discussing what to eat this evening. The possibilities are endless. Let's consider some of those possibilities in this lesson.
Lesson #: 18
A common topic of conversation is the weather. That’ll be our focus in this lesson. We’ll begin with a conversation between Frau Meier and Herr Müller who are neighbours but who, nonetheless, address each other formally.
Lesson #: 19
It’s often the case that we make suggestions to each other – to go to the cinema, to go out for something to eat, to go for a drink. That’s the focus of our discussion in this lesson.
Lesson #: 20