On this page you will find all kind of material, which I’ve discovered over the years as a German Teacher. Many of the books, websites, etc. my students have been using as well.
This is for all those of you, who are confused about German grammar. Lucas’ motto is: Learning German should be fun! This is the best way to learn German. You don’t have to learn new words and grammar by heart. You will learn them automatically. All you need is great stories, a lot of repetition and fun while learning German!
Price: First you can try some of his free lessons to see if you like them. Later the cost for the whole package varies, because Lucas always has special discounts!
Jan’s Motto is “German is easy, it is just explained too difficult.” (“Deutsch ist einfach, wird nur kompliziert erklärt.”) Jan does a great job at explaining grammar from a student’s perspective and focuses on what it important, without making it too complicated.
Great book with little short stories for Beginners. Read the stories and have a little laugh by learning German. 🙂 I already read a shortstory from it on my Youtube Channel.
Price: $3-$8 (Depending on Kindle or Paperback)
Void of all nonessentials and refreshingly easy to understand, German Made Simple includes:
• Basics of German grammar
• Modern German vocabulary
• German pronunciation guide
• and many exercises!
Price: About $10
The Assimil method for teaching foreign languages is through the listening of audio cd’s and the reading of an accompanying book, one side native language, one side foreign language. This method is focused on learning whole sentences, for an organic learning of the grammar. By repetition of the sentences, you can make sure that one day they will become your own. Price: $85-$125
This is another great complete package for German learners. It comes in different editions and makes sure to describe grammar patterns in an easy way.
Price: About $32