Resource thumbnail
Published: 26/06/2017
KS3 KS4 | German | Grammar
15 pages

Present tense revision booklet

A work book to help students learn, understand and revise the present tense in German. It includes a vocabulary list to help with translation tasks.      

See other resources: Verbs and tenses

More resources by this contributor

17 teachers love this resource (17)
11 teachers have reviewed this resource(11)

Log in to love this resource

Log in to share this resource

Petra WhatmorePetra Whatmore
Thank you! Really usefull. I will dip into this with my adult student who did a GCSE many years ago.
Posted on 18th February 2019
Sheena Newland, Teachit Languages EditorSheena Newland, Teachit Languages Editor
Thanks for pointing this out Simon. This has now been corrected.
Posted on 21st May 2018
Simon DareySimon Darey
Excellent resource-could you correct the vocab list at the beginning-trinken reads "to eat" at the moment. Thanks
Posted on 14th May 2018
Isabelle PorterIsabelle Porter
Great Revision Booklet! ...could we have this for more tenses please?
Posted on 7th March 2018
dee skitchdee skitch
Thank you very much! This should be very useful for year 9 revision!
Posted on 18th February 2018
Melanie HarrisMelanie Harris
Brilliant for my Year 9 assessment revision!
Posted on 9th February 2018
Christina BalsomChristina Balsom
Wow, this will help my year 10 bottom set no end. Thank you so much.
Posted on 5th February 2018
Fred MakokhaFred Makokha

Posted on 6th October 2017
Julie AtkinsonJulie Atkinson
Fantastic - so useful.
Posted on 26th September 2017
Sheena Newland, Teachit Languages EditorSheena Newland, Teachit Languages Editor
Hi Emma, glad this is useful to you! If you search for 'perfect tense' and then filter by language, you'll find more ideas for German but I'll make a note of your request for our next round of grammar commissions.
Posted on 28th June 2017
Brilliant! Thank you. I will be using this in the first few lessons of year 10 to consolidate the present tense. Any chance of doing this for the perfect tense?
Posted on 27th June 2017

Comments Review this resource...

We use cookies to deliver functionality and provide you with a better service. By continuing to browse our site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Find out more.

Don't show this message again.