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i dont even know how to do word order or anything does anyone know good websites taht can help plss
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Thanks but it doesnt rlly help me.. how did u learn german???
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Thanks but it doesnt rlly help me.. how did u learn german???
Books.
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Generally: You need to take classes, use textbooks and practice material if you seriously want to make it to GCSE level or even beyond. German is grammatically and idiomatically quite different from English, and more complicated and demanding. It's important to revise constantly, memorise word forms and declensions, and get your head around the grammar. Apps and websites can support the process immensely, and the Internet also offers more material than you can swallow, but overall, they don't really lead you systematically to the standards of your exam board's syllabus and you also don't learn to speak and write paragraphs etc.
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If you have an understanding of some very basic grammatical terms, check out this old sub-website on German grammar at Dartmouth university. It has some more background intros/explanations on topics like word order etc.

http://www.dartmouth.edu/~deutsch/Gr...Grammatik.html
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https://www.simplygerman.online/word-order explains it pretty well

german.net is a lifesaver too, i would check out the sections on conjunctions and modal verbs. Each activity is colour coded by difficulty, but it's super helpful from gcse to degree level.

One of the things that tripped me up at gcse were conjunctions, remember there are only 5 coordinating ones (aber, und, oder, sondern, denn), so all the others will send the verb to the end. Good luck!
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