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Lesson 1: Getting Started

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As you might have already noticed while using the vocabulary trainer, you need to type an umlaut (ä, ö and ü) or the ß from time to time. For example, to type an 'Ä' into an input-field, type 'A' into that field, then press the umlaut button (), which is on the right side of every field. The 'A' will be transformed into an 'Ä'. To get an 'ß', type 'ss' and then press .

In this next exercise, you can test, how well you know the German numbers from zero to twenty.

The official currency in Switzerland is the 'Schweizer Franken' (Switzerland does not have the Euro). A Franken is further divided into 100 'Rappen', whereas the Euro is divided into 100 'Euro Cents'.

Visiting a friend in Bern, Switzerland, one morning you want to make waffels and need to buy the ingredients. Put into the text fields the prices of the following things:

= 15 Fr.
fünfzehn Fr.

= 4 Fr.
= 3 Fr.
= 2 Fr.
= 8 Fr.
= 5 Fr.
= 11 Fr.
Now click the "check"-button


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