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  1. http://mawercer.de/spell is an early attempt to train spelling in various languages. English, German, bengali, and many more coming soon -> write to support to have some added. It remembers which words you got right doesn't ask multiple times about the same word. You can use it from mobile phone. Feedback welcome
  2. What is Lingodeer? Many of you might be familiar with the app called "Duolingo." Lingodeer is very similar, but alongside the same style of gamified lessons that Duolingo provides: Lingodeer offers professionally made grammar notes on every single skill, features full native audio recordings on every word and sentence, has built in grammar review features, has a global leaderboard (And friends leaderboard) for competition, features video stories at the end of every skill, has built in pronunciation practice (Sentence shadowing capabilities), and features 10 languages to learn (with Italian on the way) taught in 13 languages. The app is available on iOS and Android. If anyone has any questions feel free to ask me (I run their online forums as volunteer work and have followed the app since it was released, I have also completed the first half of Japanese and Korean on the app).
  3. Hi, everybody For German learners - some video and audio aterials can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mom0Lq7cF-Y
  4. Hello everybody. My name is Mariusz Suder. I'd like to present a new universal, speaking program for learning any language Speaking Teacher AB3 There are already a lot of prepared tests for practicing and learning: English, Polish, German and Russian. Tests for any other languages can be written on your own Speaking Teacher has its own editor. Another program's feature is possibility to operate in special mode for blind. To fully use this application SAPI5 voices are required (visit my site to install) Speaking Teacher AB3 fully functional test version is on: https://www.sudermariusz.com.pl/english/speakingteacher.html and can be downloaded from (here's the direct link): https://www.sudermariusz.com.pl/download/instaler_st_ab3.exe
  5. Please help me translate this newspaper magazine text from German to English. Just translate. Then I will try to analyze each sentence one by one. Thank you in advance, I'm new here, it's great to be here ;D
  6. The catalogue at babooks.org is still limited, but the idea is great and the bilingual audiobooks are cheap (from $1.10). The prices are calculated according to the duration of the recording. The gift, a bilingual audiobook in English and Spanish, allows you to test the water and see if you like to learn easy.
  7. Hi, I have a doubt while using der It is Sunday- Es ist Sonntag or It is Sunday - Es ist der Sonntag? Thank you.
  8. Hi everyone! I just heard about this new app from a friend. I am an au pair in Munich right now so I am of course attempting to learn German, even though so far I think it's not an easy language! The app is called eKidz.eu and the idea is that you learn German by reading books in German. It is an application for iPad only right now and it's geared towards kids, but as an adult trying to learn German, it's still a fun way to learn German. For now the app is free and you have access to lots of different books with cute little animations and different levels of difficulty. If you download and try it out, let me know what you think. So far, I think it's a really cool idea!
  9. I am a college student that is eager to learn German! I would really love to chat/Skype with someone that can help me with my German and likewise I can help with English! Anyone who is friendly, fun and not afraid to make mistakes would be an awesome language partner! Skype is perfect but also WhatsApp can work as well no problem Best Regards, Mitch
  10. Ordne den Dialog. Schreib die Zahlen von 1 bis 7: __Na ja, sie ist ganz nett. __Also ich finde den Mantel super. __Den Mantel finde ich doof. Aber ich finde die Jacke toll. 1 Wie findest du den Mantel da?. __Den Mantel? Na, ich weiß nicht. __Ich möchte lieber den Mantel. __Nett? Die ist super. Die möchte ich haben.
  11. Hello, people. This is my first post on this forum. Please bear with me; I am currently 21 years old and from Norway. I have had German in school for a total of 6 years, and I am way above the expected level. I have already passed both a C1-course from the Goethe-Institute as well as a DSH-test from a German university with the grade of DSH-3 (top grade). Now my ''problem'' is the following; I really want to study medicine. And I really want to study medicine in Germany. I have quite good grades from High School, but I still need to add a few subjects to be able to apply for Medical School in Germany. So I have decided to enlist in the norwegian army. This enlistment will allow me to pursue the subjects I need, BUT; and this is basically the whole point of the thread; I wont be able to start medical school and thus move to Germany before after five years (Which means I'll be 26-27 when I move there). This petrifies me, as I am afraid that I won't have the same ability to learn German and properly immerse at that age as opposed to now. I really like Germany, so I would seriously consider to stay there , but I would like to learn the language as good and fluent/perfect as possible. Is this even possible at that age? I am not looking for motivational ''you can do ANYTHING!! :)'' kind of speeches, but more objective answers from experiemantal and/or''scientific'' points of view; please be realistic. And of course - in situations of uncertainty, like these, nothing is better than a story of success! Thank you in advance!
  12. Allo, everyone. Yes, that is indeed from one of my favorite sitcoms, like, ever (Allo' allo'). Great show. Those Brits sure know their historical comedy. Anyway, my name is Henrik. I'm a Swede expatriated to the United States (straight into the Bible Belt. Culture shock!) by way of marriage. Before that, I spent my time in the Swedish Army, lastly in the Royal Guards. In my free time I like to chase after vintage suits and clothes. It's one of my big hobbies in life, inspired by my time in the Royal Guards. I also, tied to this, have a collection of vintage cufflinks, currently numbering roughly 110 pairs. Now, more to the subject at hand; Learning languages. My father, whom I for a very long time didn't have any contact with, I reconnected with a couple of years ago. While I grew up in Sweden, he is now a German citizen and lives in Bad Grönenbach. I love that place. I have never seen any more beautiful country than southern Germany. Gawd. So, anyway, I've played around with it less seriously before, and before that tried to learn it in school but ended up mostly sleeping through class. Now I want to seriously learn German. I already speak Swedish obviously (and obviously English), and because Swedish and German stem from the same archaic language tree somewhere down the line I can recognize a lot of the words. But it's still difficult for me, especially the grammar. I'm planning to get DuoLingo (again) on my tablet, and read one of the ol' "Learn German in X amount of days" books. I'm also planning to try and speak German here and give translating the occasional Der Spiegel article a whirl just for fun. That sort of thing. Somewhere far down the horizon I'm rolling around the idea of learning to speak more languages after German, too. Maybe Russian. But one language at a time! Anywho, I look forward to talking to you guys. Wish me all the luck I'll need!
  13. Hi everyone! I'm native Finnish speaker, currently studying German, Swedish, Japanese and French. I'm 24 years old and live in Finland. I became interested in different languages, because of my job. I'm studying to become classical vocal teacher and I'm going to graduate next month. As a classical singer I've been performing songs in German, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Swedish, Finnish and English. Right now I wish to focuse my language studies to German, because it's the most important language for my career. Nice to meet you!
  14. Hallo, Leute! Ich will mein Schriftdeutsch zu üben und ich werde meistens täglich die Sätze tippen. Korrigier bitte meine Fehler. (Should I type „Korrigier ihr bitte“ if I politely ask several people?) Feel free to express any criticism and suggestions for improvement. Danke! 14.12.2017 Gestern Morgen ich besuchte ein Einstellungsgespräch. Personalleiterin aufgeführt sich ziemlich wahnsinnig und nicht bekannt gab Gehalt der angebotene Stelle. Dann ich ging zur Arbeitsamt weil vorgestern ich vergass da eines Dokument. Und danach ich besuchte noch ein Arbeitgeber weil ich war zu dem nachsenden bei (or von?) Beamtin des Arbeitsamt. (Should I indicate gender of a person in cases when some civil servant is a woman or it would be appropriate to say “Beamte”. Would it be correct to say “Arbeitsamt Beamtin“?) I named the MS Word document in which I type this “Die Übung des schriftlicher Ausdruck“. Are there any errors in the name? 15.12.2017 Heute Mittag ich bei Stellenangebote rief an. Ich mir mit zwei Arbeitgebern verabredet sein. Später ich das Geschirr abwaschen liess. Dann, während des Essens, mir eine Television Serie sah an. Zur Abschluss des Tages, ich besuchte ein Lebensmittelgeschäft und Deutsch studierte. 16.12.2017 Ich verbrachte vier Stunde zu einem Einstellungsgespräch gehen. Inhaber des Flieseladen hat angeboten mir eine Stelle, aber der Beginn der Arbeit ist nach Neujahr, in Januar. Das ist nicht so gut weil ich zöge vor morgen zu arbeiten zu anfangen. P. S. How to turn off the spellchecking on this forum? It underlines all the text that not in English. How to avoid skipping a line after each pressing of the enter key? This way it looks quite ugly.
  15. Hi, everyone! I'm native Russian speaker, just started to learn German (few months) and want to have practice, also i'm fluent in English I can also help with learning of Russian!
  16. Hi I need to write a text in german and i was wondering in anyone could read it and point out any problems with the grammar or sentences. I am a beginner in german and i wanna write a very simple text (simple sentences). I havent really figured out how to write umlauts on my keyboard so bear with me. (I suck with computers :-) ) Meine Reise nach Dublin. Sommer sind ich und meine Familie nach Dublin gefahren. Mein erste Tag in Dublin war viel spaB. Um 9 Uhr wecken ich habe fruhstuck. Nach den fruhstuck sind wir zuruck zu der Zimmer gegangen. Um 12 Uhr haben wir in der Stadt (shoppen?). Wir haben viele kleidung und Souvinieren gekauft. Darauf haben wir in einen gute Restaurant gegessen. Es war sehr gut essen. Darauf haben wir ein Tourist tour mitgenehmen. Wir haben viele gesehen. Wir haben Molly Malone statue, St. Patrick kirche und der posthause gesehen. wir haben auch einen Boot entlang der Flut Liffey genehmen. Es war echt cool! Darauf sind wir nach den Hotel zuruck gegangen. Meine Schwester und ich haben in der pool gebadet. Das wasser war warm und schön. Am Abend sind wir ins Kino gegangen. Wir haben Tarzan mit Alexander Skarsgård gesehen. Er ist ein Swedische Schauspieler. Der Film war sehr gut!. Nach der Film sind meine Schwester und ich nachtclub gegangen. wir haben viel stundenlang getanzt. Wir war totmude wenn wir ins Bett gegangen. Meine Reise nach Dublin war wunderbar und ich will bald zuruck fahren. I really hope i havent butchered your language :-)
  17. Hello, will you help me to correct and figure out the language rule in this sentence below? I wrote this today: "Ach ja, ein zarte Mann mit Harfe ist sehr nett ein Bild." Then, thinking about the sentence, and the fact that "nett" is modifying the noun "Bild", I changed it to this: " ... ein zarte Mann mit Harfe ist sehr nettes ein Bild." Since the adjective is coming before the noun, does it take the -es ending? May it even be: " ... ein zarte Mann mit Harfe ist sehr nett eines Bild"? Can you help me to correct this sentence, and help me to understand the language rule at work? - Also, as an aside inquiry: I am a man, but a partly feminine man. Somehow, I feel odd to express "Ach ja". Is this generally more of a man's expression, if speaking purely culturally about Germanic nations? In my head, I imagine it is to be uttered in a gruffer, manlier kind of voice, and cannot really hear it in my own voice, which is soft for a man, and still quite boyish even into my late 20s. I do not know if this matters, but it is kind of interesting to me.
  18. Hi! I'm Ryan, 17 years old from the US. My main goal is to learn German, preferably from a native speaker, but if you're fluent I'd gladly accept your help I can help you learn English in exchange too, as it's what I'm fluent in. If you're interested please leave a response, thanks!
  19. The first course here for learning German in Arabic. this is the first lesson in the playlist on youtube which contains the alphabet. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kuteK1yQoS0
  20. Can you help me translate this sentence to german: My old sorrows have come back to haunt me.
  21. Hello, i am looking for a little bit of help. If anyone can offer some that would be great. a very good friend of mine has just had a baby and his wife is german. I am looking to buy them a picture that says dream big lukas. but I would like to get it done in german. Could anyone translate it correctly for me? I have found three different translations on the internet. many thanks ade
  22. Hello all, I am working on a project that requires a request to be translated in French, German, Italian and Spanish. I've used a translation app but don't trust it completely. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Here's the situation: a group of study abroad students will be going overseas to work on conversational skills (France, Germany, Italy, Mexico). What would be a nice written way to ask people, politely, to engage in conversation with these students for the purpose of practice? Perhaps a translation of "I would appreciate practice speaking (French, German, Italian, Spanish)". The fewer words the better. Thanks so much everyone!
  23. Hey! I'm a native English speaker who's very new to German and Mandarin, and would like to find someone I can skype with regularly to practice. I also speak intermediate level Spanish, and am near fluent in French, and would love to skype with people who are fluent/native in those languages. Cheneil
  24. Hi, just looking for a German language learning friend who i can work with and do some practice sessions together. Currently completed my A2 level and looking forward to gear up to B1. Would like to develop my speaking and writing skills. I would be available for chat on Facebook messenger. Would like to engage in real time beneficial conversations. Looking forward for a great virtual mate. Thanks in Advance.
  25. I have created this app called: Beelinguapp, i think it is the most useful tool, with it you can hear and read texts in 2 languages side by side, using your native language as a reference. This has helped me with my german quite a lot to achieve a great level. It has some short children stories and also some interesting books and new articles. Please give me feedback about it and I will add it to the app to improve it! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.david.android.languageswitch
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