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A set of photographs showing: the Kufstein Fortress in Tyrol (Austria), the Ferris wheel in Vienna, a mountain path, a map of Italy, a beach on the Ostsee (Baltic Sea), the edge of the Wolfgangsee, and the Brandengurg Gate in Berlin.

Ich fahre nach

Here is the key to the photos above:

Tirol Wien die Berge Italien
die Ostsee der Wolfgangsee (m) Berlin  

Say that you are going to each of these places. Then check your answers against the list at the bottom of this page.

Sprechen Sie und schreiben Sie dann.

What other possible destinations can you think of? Make some notes of where you are planning to go or would like to go one day.

Share three favourite destinations with fellow learners in the comments. Check each other’s answers. Did you use the right prepositions and the correct articles? Which destinations are the most popular in your group?

Here are some expressions you can use:

Ich fahre … / Am Montag fahre ich …
Ich fliege … / Im August fliege ich … / Nächstes Jahr fliege ich …
Ich möchte einmal … reisen/fahren/fliegen

Here is what you should have said earlier, for the destinations shown in the photos:

Ich fahre nach Wien
Ich fahre in die Berge
Ich fahre nach Tirol
Ich fahre an die Ostsee
Ich fahre nach Italien
Ich fahre an den Wolfgangsee
Ich fahre nach Berlin

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German at Work Post-Beginners 1: Deutsch am Arbeitsplatz

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