CBG 1:37 | Gibt es einen Supermarkt, der am Sonntag geöffnet ist?
In this latest lesson of Coffee Break German, Mark is asking for some information at the reception desk of his hotel in Innsbruck. In addition to providing an opportunity for practising various areas of vocabulary, this dialogue introduces a new grammatical concept.
In this lesson you will:
- practise words and phrases used when asking for information;
- review language used for talking about public transport and directions;
- learn about the relative pronoun in German – a translation of the word “which”;
- find out about shop opening times at the weekend in German-speaking countries;
- practise different conversational structures.
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