Understand announcements in a train station & plural: nouns that get an –er / -¨er ending, simple past forms for irregular and auxiliary verbs.
Paul and Fritz are at the train station and want to go to Berlin. While they are buying tickets, they wonder why Anna hasn’t arrived yet. She’s running late. Strangely she’s also not answering phone calls. Paul thinks she’ll come, and buys a third ticket for her, too. But Fritz isn’t so sure she’ll arrive at the last minute since the train is about to leave … Why isn’t Anna answering her phone? Where is she?
Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/38-wann-faehrt-der-zug-nach-berlin-plural-simple-past
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