Said Dulevic

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Learn GERMAN in easy Way. Level A1 (Video from Udemy)

Get high quality German lessons from the comfort of your home. Creative, fun to learn and great value for the price.


Hallo German learner!

My name is Sandra and I will be your guide through the secrets of the German language. Welcome to the full starter kit of the German language for total beginners!

This course is for you if:

– You are a complete beginner and don’t know any German at all

– You want short and straight to the point lessons

– You need a lot of exercises, repetition and motivation to stay on track

– You want assignments where you can get personalized feedback and guidance

– You want to pass a German language exam (Like the Goethe exam for example)

– You want it to be fun!

How does it work?

This course is constructed like my one-on-one beginner German lessons I usually have with my students in real life. There are 7 units, each one with a specific theme. Each unit has between 10 and 15 individual lesson, most of them being under 5 minutes. Everything is split up into bite-size pieces.

You get a lot of useful vocabulary, example sentences, real life dialogue and grammar delivered in an easy to understand and not too overwhelming way.

After every lesson, you will have an Übung, meaning exercise. This way you can practice your new knowledge right away.

There are also regular Assignments, where you will get personalized feedback and guidance from me so you know what you need to repeat or look out for.

What will you learn?

– How to introduce yourself and meet and greet people

– Say where you live, where you are from and describe your home

– Talk about your family, whether you are married and have kids

– Describe your hobbies and where you spend your holidays 

– Chit – chat about the weather or ask someone how’s it going

– Order food at a restaurant or buy groceries at the store

– Use the present and past tense of regular and irregular verbs

– Fill out a registration form or write a professional e-mail

– And much much more!

Available for all

If the price of the course is too much for you, feel free to get in touch. Education should be equally accessible for all and I will be more than happy to offer a discount based on your financial situation.

If you have any other questions, feel free to contact me before buying! 

See you in the course! :)Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who wants to start learning German or wants to repeat the basics

C++ Exercises BUNDLE 2019 ! Ultimate pack!

EXERCISE 1: Write a program that asks the user to type the price without tax of one kilogram of tomatoes,the number of kilograms you want to buy and the tax in percent units. The program must write the total price including taxes.

using namespace std;
int main()
double price_without_taxes,weight,taxes,total;

cout<<"Type the price of 1 kg of tomatoes without taxes : ";cin>>price_without_taxes;
cout<<"How much tomatoes do you want (in kilogram) : ";cin>>weight;
cout<<"What is the tax in percent : ";cin>>taxes;

total= ((((price_without_taxes*taxes)/100)+ price_without_taxes)*weight);

cout<<"The total price is : "<<total<<endl;

return 0;


Write a program which asks for a student score. Score is a number from 0-100. Translate the score into grade according to the next limits:
score >= 90 ==> “A”
score >= 80 ==> “B”
score >= 70 ==> “C”
score >= 60 ==> “D”
anything else ==> “F”

if the score is 100 print “Perfect score!”.

#include <iostream>
#include <string>
#include <sstream>

using namespace std; //Sorry, I'm lazy, this is not a good practice

bool isNumber(string &inp)
//Function to check if a string consist only numbers.
    int i;
    if (inp[0] == '-') { //Handle "-" sign
        i = 1;
    } else {
        i = 0;
    for( i ; i < inp.length() ; i++) { //Along the string
        for (int z = 0x30 ; z < 0x3A ; z++) { //With every numbers in the ASCII table.
            if (inp[i] == (char)z) break; //If we find a number go to the next char
            if (z == 0x39) return false; //if we reached number "9" and no hit, return false.
    return true; //All char. were numbers, happy !

char getGrade(int &score)
//Convert score into grades.
    if ( score >= 90 ) return 'A';
    if ( score >= 80 ) return 'B';
    if ( score >= 70 ) return 'C';
    if ( score >= 60 ) return 'D';
    return 'F';

int main(int argc, const char* argv[])
    int    score;
    string score_str;

    cout << "Please provide your score:" << endl;
    while ( 1 ) {
        getline(cin, score_str);
        if (isNumber(score_str)) {
            stringstream(score_str) >> score; //Convert the string into number.
            if ( score > -1 && score < 101 ) { //Check limits break if we inside.
        cout << "!!! Score should be a number in 0-100 !!!" << endl; //Print error message if not.
    cout << "Your grade: " << getGrade(score) << endl; //Put the result on the screen
    if ( score == 100 ) {
        cout << "Perfect score !" << endl; //And do the extra "tap" if the student is great.

EXERCISE 3: A login validation in CPP

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

int main() {
	string username, password;
	cout << "Welcome, please insert username and password" << endl;
	cout << "User Name: " << endl;
	cin >> username;
		cout << "Username is correct" << endl;

	cout << "Password: " << endl;
	cin >> password;
		cout << "Password is correct" << endl;
	cout << "You have no rights here!";
	return 0;

EXERCISE 4: Power of a number

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

int main() {
	int num, exp, ris=0;
	cout << "Insert a number: ";
	cin >> num;
	cout << "Insert an exponent: ";
	cin >> exp;
		for(int x=1; x<exp; x=x+1)
	cout << "Result done from is: ': " << ris << "\n";
	return 0;

How to skip some of the array elements in C++?

Arrays are used to store continuous homogenous data. You’ll find arrays in almost all of the intermediate-advanced level programs. Therefore you should know how to manipulate the array. Here is a tutorial on how you can skip on some elements of an array?

Suppose we want to skip every third element. We need to store this data in an array. C++ has one keyword known as continue which skips the current iteration and continues, whenever it sees the keyword continue. So, we will be suing this guy in our program.

Consider the program: In this program each third element of the array is skipping.

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

int main()
	int arr[10] = {1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10};
	int i;
	for(int i=0; i<10; i++)
	  if((i+1)%3 == 0)  //If index is every third element
		continue;  //Continue
	  cout<<arr[i]<<" ";  //Print array element
	return 0;


1 2 4 5 7 8 10 

We are using % (modulus operator) to check every 3rd iteration. If it is, the continue will skip everything down in loop’s scope and continue executing the next iteration. For all other elements it will print them.

Small trick, but might come handy in future. If you find this amazing, leave comments below.

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