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May'16

The 10 Most Important Dative Verbs in German 

antworten - to answer: Ich antworte dem Mann. I answer the man. gefallen - to be pleasing: Das Kleid gefällt mir. I like this dress. gehören - to belong to: Das Auto gehört mir. It's my car. (Literally: The car belongs to me.)

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May'16

The 30 Most Important Dative Verbs in German 

Die 30 wichtigsten Dativverben in Deutsch   Es gibt Verben, die immer nur den Dativ verlangen. There are certain verbs …

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Jul'15

TOP 10 FREE Websites to Learn German

Are you looking for some great resources to learn German for free? Then this list is for you. Please remember though, that all these ressources won't help at all, if you don't get active. In my experience, a combination of self-study and a teacher is the best way to learn a language. Self-Study will help you to get immersed in the language and a teacher will help you to stay focused and actually get used to talking to a native. In this list you will find 10 great resources for self-study as well as finding a teacher (without booking a plane ticket!)

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Mar'15

Learn German with Songs: “Auf uns”

Today’s song is the Official German soccer World Cup song 2014. The song hit number 1 on the German charts. You might be alittle bit surprised, because the video contains images of same-sex couples kissing. By showing such images, the singer wanted to speak out against discrimination because he, himself, also suffered from prejudice because of the color of his skin....

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27

Mar'15

3 of my favorite Loooong A** German Words!

In German, words are often put together ( “compound words”) to create new words. As an example: “Krankenschwester” means nurse and literally translated “sister of the sick people” (“krank” = sick, “die Schwester” = sister). As there are so many compound words in German language, I thought I might just introduce you to some of the craziest ones. So here are 3 German f****** long words that will make you either laugh or cry…. or both! ...

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Jan'15

Learn German with Songs: “Liebe ist Alles”

Learn German with Songs = Lerne Deutsch mit Liedern (Das Lied = the Song). Today's song is called "Liebe ist Alles" by Rosenstolz. It's a beautiful song and what is more, the text is pretty easy to understand as the song is very slow. Rosenstolz was (until 2012) a pop duo from Berlin. The duo consisted of a girl and a guy (Anna and Peter).

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