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German Grammar Practice

German Grammar Practice Teachers of the German language will find this site full of activities designed to review grammar. Students might find German review more interesting when playing games about Past Participles and Present Perfect Tense. What could be more fun than celebrating regular
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German Grammar Practice


Teachers of the German language will find this site full of activities designed to review grammar. Students might find German review more interesting when playing games about Past Participles and Present Perfect Tense. What could be more fun than celebrating regular verb conjugations with pop-up computer games and present tense verb review with a challenge board?

Ed Curtis, Corvallis High School

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