How to write an INFORMAL LETTER in German (A1, A2) – Brief schreiben auf Deutsch ✉️✉️✉️

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Learn German with Anja! Hello everyone! what is this? This is a Brief (letter). Today I will teach you how to write letters in German. Okay, let’s get started! In the A1 and A2 exams, there is a question such as letter or mail writing. Let us practice together today! Let’s look at the screen together. This comes from the Goethe Institute. This is an example of letter writing. Schreiben, write Let us do this exercise together. See how letters are written in German. You received such an email. Please write a reply of no less than 30 words. at least Please do not use a pencil to answer the question. The following is this email. Hello, my name is Natscha.

I am 16 years old. I live in Nowosibirsk, She has studied German for four years. My hobbies are books, German and cats. Katzen, cat, Mauuuuuuu~ Who is between 12 and 15 years old and can write to me? This is a little weird. She is 16 years old, but should someone from 12 to 15 write to her? I honestly don’t care. But don’t worry, this is good as an exercise. write me a letter? I look forward to receiving replies from all over the world. From all over the world. Looking forward to receiving your reply as soon as possible. Or, see you later. Bis bald means soon, soon. This is the exercise we are going to do today. let’s start! A letter or email should have three parts. Introduction section. main body. introduce yourself. For example, name, age, school, which school did you go to? Hobby, German level? Do you speak German well, When did you start learning German? and many more The third point, the end This is a traditional letter, or mail.

This is generally written like this. So let’s get started! Dear Natascha This girl is called Natascha. My name is Natasha. Or “Hello, Natascha!” If it’s a boy or a man, you need some Lieber Give some examples, dear Thomas, dear Wolfgan Liebe, is for women. For example, you can say I very much hope to be your pen pal. If you are a girl. I look forward to writing to each other with you. I am very happy to write to you in German. This is the main body of the letter. For example, you can say My name is, my name is Anja. Or you can say I am, any name will do, I am Anja. Or, my name is, my name is Anja. I come from. . . Germany. I am from Syria. I am from the United States.

I am from Iraq, I am from Australia and I am from Japan. and many more Write your age below. I am xxx years old this year. I started learning German xxx years ago. For example, you can change the sentence structure. You can start with Seit… Jahren. You don’t have to keep talking about ich lerne, ich, ich Seit, let us say seit zwei Jahren lerne ich Deutsch. I have a cat and a dog. einen, object, I have a dog. In my free time I like to play football, basketball… In meine Freizeit tanze ich gern. In my free time, I like to dance.

This is a very useful word. Außerdem means other than that. Besides that, I also like language. These are small details, but can help you write good sentences. The word is too. Leider, unfortunately, unfortunately. Unfortunately, I don’t have so much time. Because I have a lot of homework. This is why we can only communicate once a month. I made up the above. This is probably just a rough idea for you, what can be written in the letter. For example, Once a month. We can only communicate once a month. This is also a very useful way of expression. “How is this for you?” This is very German. It probably means “Does this work for you?” Literally means “is this right for you”? But it means “Does it work for you?” The end of the letter. I am looking forward to hearing from you. I am looking forward to receiving your letter. Akkusativ, object. Please reply as soon as possible.

You can also say, please reply as soon as possible. I hope you can reply to me as soon as possible. I hope you can answer me as soon as possible. Hoffentlich, I hope Remember that the verb is always second. I hope we can see each other soon. sehen, put it second. Ich bin froh, I am very happy. Ich bin glücklich. I am glad we are communicating with each other. Finally, you can use many expressions to express “goodbye”. Liebe Grüße means “kind greetings”. Some Germans still write this. But don’t write like this during the exam. But this is succinct form. When taking the exam, write Viele Grüße. Alles Liebe, full of love. Bis Bald, see you later. Bis dann. See you then. Many ways of ending. The method used is not important. I generally use this. I generally like to use this. Alles Liebe is also very useful. Bis bald, Bis dann are also very common when writing letters to friends and family. These are the words you need to remember. immer means always.

Natürlich, of course. Of course I will do it for you. Of course I will write to you. vielleicht, probably, is also very common when writing letters. We can probably write to each other / meet / meet soon. manchmal, meaning sometimes. I sometimes learn German. These are some small details you need to remember. Remember these three parts. Introduction, main body, end. In this letter, the main part is about introducing yourself and presenting yourself. I introduce myself. Just like she did. Letters always start with Liebe, or Lieber for men. Then, you need to write a sentence like I hope to communicate with you. Or, I want to be your pen pal. Sein means to be. I want to be your pen pal. Then you start to introduce yourself. That is the simplest part. You can also say: Seit einen Jahr lerne ich Deutsch. einen Jahr, that is singular. You can also say Meine Hobbys sind, my hobby is.

. . These are all details. You can actually remember only those expressions that you think are simple. This sounds good, not so hard to remember. “I look forward to receiving your answer.” I’m glad we can start writing letters to each other. Of course, don’t forget your name in the end. Between friends and family. I hope this course can be helpful to you. And, today’s homework! Please write me a short letter. Just introduce yourself. Three to five sentences. very short. Just write “Dear Anja, my name is xxx, I am from xxx, I have learned German for 5 years, goodbye, kind greetings”.

your name. It’s simple. This is your homework. Thank you! Goodbye! .

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