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Mäin däin hir Luxembourgish possessive

Mäin, däin, säin: Possessive Adjectives – 1


What are Luxembourgish Possessive Adjectives Meng and mäin are translated into Englsih by my.…

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Luxembourgish nach net not yet

How to say “not yet”, ” still not” in Luxembourgish


In this vocabulary builder lesson you'll learn how to say in Luxembourgish not yet, still not and…

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Luxembourgish lesson vocabulary soss

Learn to use the Luxembourgish magic word “soss”


As mentioned in a previous lesson where I explained how to say I used to ... in Luxembourgish by…

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I don't know keng Ahnung Luxembourgish

How to say “I don’t know” & “No idea” in Luxembourgish


In this vocabulary builder lesson you'll learn how to say in Luxembourgish I don't know and no…

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Wat fir in Luxembourgish

Learn to understand and to use correctly the couple “Wat fir …?”


Knowing a word in Luxembourgish is helpful if you want to speak the language. However, sometimes…

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I used to in Luxembourgish fréier soss

How to say “I used to …” in Luxembourgish?


In this very short lesson I want you to learn how to say in Luxembourgish "I used to ..." like I…

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Luxembourgish vocabulary Kéier emol mol

Learn the difference between “mol” – “eemol” – “Kéier”


All of my students are struggling with these 3 words: when do you use eemol or emol (mol) or Kéier.…

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Luxembourgish irregular verbs

Tips for learning irregular verbs in Luxembourgish


Did you know that between 60% and 70% of the time when we use a verb in Luxembourgish, it is an…

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Luxembourgish dative prepositions

Remember the Luxembourgish Dative Prepositions


In this lesson you will learn the prepositions which always take the dative case. To see in…

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Luxembourgish dative case

The Dative Case in Luxembourgish – Articles and Personal Pronouns


This lesson is all about the dative case. This is one of the 3 Luxembourgish cases.  …

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