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Working with German numbers: Children and day care in Germany

DESTATIS just recently published a report on day care participation in Germany. The text, graphic and data table reveal some interesting trends.

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Practicing German numbers

Learn German numbers

With the start of every semester, it’s time to teach beginners German numbers (the subject of this post). And any time is a good time to review numbers with the intermediate and sometimes even advanced students of German. The key

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German numbers

German numbers

The numbers in German are cognates of their English equivalents. German also has both cardinal and ordinal numbers, as English does. Cardinal numbers are the numerals used to count (one, two, three). Ordinal numbers are adjectives that express a relative position in a

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