4 minutes | Sep 7, 2021

What does "wäre" mean and how do you use it in German?

B1This episode will take the fear out of using wäre in German.All it means is "would be," but would be has nothing to do with reality.This grammar topic is known as the "Konjunktiv II." We'll use only the present tense today.If this is brand new for you, it's best to take it one step at a time. The first step are the very straight-forward sentences (or "simple sentences") in this episode. Are you a B1-level learner? (Or higher?) Be sure to join us in the Weekly German Practice. We're practicing wäre this week!********Check out Weekly German Practice With NicoleNicole Warner is the Nicole of GermanWithNicole.com and is a German learner (certified level C2) and a certified instructor for German as a Foreign Language. She lived in Germany from 2003-2008 and has traveled widely in Germany. Frau Warner has helped people learn to communicate in German since 2010.GermanWithNicole.com - Your anchor on the stormy seas of German learning.™Music: Bonnie Ship the Diamond by Tim Beek
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