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Luxembourgish there is there are et gëtt

How to say “There is / are” in Luxembourgish


In this short Luxembourgish lesson I'll explain the difference between et gëtt and et ass / sinn in…

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Possessive pronouns mengem dative Luxembourgish

Mengem, menger, …: Possessive Adjectives in the Dative Case – 2


In the previous lesson you have learned what  possessive adjectives are and how to use them in…

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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 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 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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Luxembourgish accusative case

The Luxembourgish Accusative Case – Personal Pronouns – mech, dech, iech…


If you’ve already been studying Luxembourgish for a while, you probably aren’t sure when to use…

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Understand the Luxembourgish Cases

Understand the 3 Luxembourgish Cases – Nominative, Accusative & Dative


One of the most challenging aspects of learning Luxembourgish, at least initially, can be the fact…

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Luxembourgish pronunciation Diphtongs

Luxembourgish Pronunciation – How to pronounce diphtongs


What is a Luxembourgish diphtong? A Luxembourgish diphthong is a combination of two vowels  which…

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ASKING QUESTIONS IN LUXEMBOURGISH

Asking Questions in Luxembourgish


Asking questions and giving answers are the basics of great conversation, in Luxembourgish and in…

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