February 10, 2021

“The German language sounds like a typewriter eating tinfoil being kicked down the stairs” – Dylan Moran, Irish stand up comedian We’ve heard many times that German is the best language to use when yelling. Just as French is considered the language of love, German is that of wrath. Is that really fair to the language?

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January 27, 2021

When you get up in the morning, what’s the first thing you do? Have coffee, brush your teeth, turn your computer on? Can you say it in German?This article will explain the most-used German verbs for talking about your daily routine. You use them to tell someone how your day was or explain to your

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January 13, 2021

German food is all about tradition, flavor, and culture. It connects people to their relatives, friends, and new places. Anyone who’s enjoyed a spicy smoked sausage from a food stand in Germany will vouch for this.  This is no cause for concern if you’re a vegetarian because Germans aren’t Vegetarier feindlich (hostile) by any means. Their

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October 4, 2020

While watching movies with your family can definitely be enjoyable, there are two far more important reasons to do it: improving your language skills and communication. Spending a few hours a week or once every two weeks in front of the TV as a family encourages communication. You don’t need to be talking all the

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October 2, 2020

Quick Navigation Do be on TimeDo Share RidesDo Bring Enough CashDo Make Eye Contact When Raising Your GlassDo Buy a Transport Card Do try German Bread and BeerDon’t Call After 20:00Don’t Ignore Recycling RulesDon’t Make Noise Whenever You Feel Like It Never Walk in the Cycling LaneDon’t Talk or Even Mention the Third Reich Germany is

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October 2, 2020

To learn German from TV shows, no background knowledge is necessary. We’ve compiled these shows and divided them by level for you to enjoy.  Many of them provide vocabulary lists, exercises, and other useful resources to improve comprehension. They’re all available on TV and on YouTube unless otherwise indicated.  Quick Navigation Beginners (A1)Extra auf DeutschDeutsch

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