I hope that you're enjoying a great start into the holiday season. One of the happiest activities during this season is decorating your home. Have you ever thought about how it could boost your language learning efforts?
2019 soll das Berliner Schloss fertig sein und unter dem Namen „Humboldtforum“ eröffnet werden. Im Moment ist es noch eine große Baustelle. Das neue Schloss soll ähnlich wie das alte vor mehr als 300 Jahren aussehen.
Are you suffering from a raging tomcat after a heavy night out? Or are people saying youve got a bird and you just dont understand what they mean? Germany certainly doesnt hold back when it comes to animal-based idioms. We take a look at a few of the funniest.
This word list comes from Randall Jones & Erwin Tschirner’s A Frequency Dictionary of German. Core Vocabulary for Learners, which lists the 4034 (!) most commonly used words in German. Words 1-100 | 101-200 | 201-300 | 301-400 | 401-500 1. der / die…Read more ›
Are you looking for the perfect book to supplement your German lessons? Below, German teacher Tyler S. shares his favorite German books for beginner and intermediate students... When working on your foreign language skills, it is absolutely...
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