This overview is based on Delfin 1 (lessions 1-3) which does not really mean that it is the most relevant overview ever. However, it can be very useful for repeating, practicing and activating of the students’ passive knowledge. Please note that learners need some time to acquire the forms of the possessive pronoun. Thus, my recommendation for you is to practice it over and over with your students, even after they reach the level A2 or B1. One of the ways to do that through playing is to use Hueber’s paper cube. It can be downloaded here.


  • Präsens: haben, sein, Modalverben, schwache Verben mit Akkusativ (brauchen, suchen), andere schwache intransitive Verben (weinen, lachen)
  • Personalpronomen (Nominativ, Akkustiv)
  •  Possessivpronomen (Nominatov, Akkusativ)
  • Einfacher Aussagesatz, Fragesatz (W-Fragen, Ja/Nein-Fragen)
  • W-Wörter (wie, wann, wo, wer, was, wie viel)
  • Substantive: Genus, Pluralform
  • Zahlen: 1-100
  • ein/eine/ein, der/die/das/die (Nominatv, Akkusativ)
  • einfache Adjektive (traurig/glücklich, jung/alt, verliebt, sympathisch)
  • Negation: nicht, kein/keine/kein/keine (Nominativ, Akkusativ)


  • sich vorstellen (Name, Alter, Beruf, Hobbys, Familienstand, Herkunft, Wohnort, Kinder)


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