Aw I’m sorry your class was cancelled. But thank you, I’m glad you find this blog useful! :)
Dankeschön doesn’t necessarily mean “thank you very much.” It’s “thank you” or “thanks” but with the schön for emphasis because sometimes just danke by itself might seem a little too informal. Yes, schön means “beautiful” but, in this case, it’s used in a different way than we would normally use “beautiful” in English. Dankeschön kind of means like “I thank you kindly.”
I think most of the time, though, they’re the same thing. If you say danke with feelings and like you mean it (even in formal situations), your thankfulness will be well-received.
Thank you! Yeah I do post a lot of irregular verbs. I apologize for that; they just tend to be words that I can easily find pictures for.
Here’s a whole list of them that you can memorize: http://enloehs.wcpss.net/kandah/german/scenes/new1/german3/irregular-verbs-list.pdf
My teacher once taught us a few tricks that might help with conjugating irregular verbs in the imperfect tense, but I only remember one (sorry, I’m a bad student). If you notice, some words change almost the same way they do in English.
If you notice there are some patterns in there, like i -> a and ie -> o and ä -> ie.
Hope this helps (and wasn’t too confusing)!