Help With German Homework

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German Homework

Wohin Oder Wo?

Ich bin in dem (im) Kino?Und du?

Ich gehe heute Abend in die Disco.

Heute bleibe ich in der Schule bis 13 Uhr.

Anonymous asked: Hello! Are you still active here? I know this is a long shot, but do you think you'll be active by next September? I plan on taking a German class once a week during the next school year, and since nobody in my family can speak a word of German, I figure I may need to come to this blog quite a bit. ^///^ I'm learning German just because, well, I want to. I think it'd be cool to learn a different language, and from what I've seen, it seems slightly similar to English. Anyway, Danke! :3

hey! yes i’m active.. currently i have a lot to do for school but next semptember i’ll have more time and i can help you! :)

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Anonymous asked: Hello! Just wanted to see if you're still active here. I would like to ask you if you could help me with my german homework, as in, to correct my grammatical errors. Thank you in advance and cheers!

Yeees I’m still active! Just send it to me :)

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German vocabulary list: Colors

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  • rot (red)
  • rosa/pink (pink)
  • blau (blue)
  • hellblau (light blue)
  • dunkelblau (dark blue)
  • grün (green)
  • gelb (yellow)
  • orange (orange)
  • braun (brown)
  • beige (beige)
  • violett (violet)
  • lila (purple)
  • weiß  (white)
  • grau (grey)
  • schwarz (black)

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