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https://forms.gle/v2GjnHXF46VG4ixQ6 My friend and I are writing a research paper for school, and we'd love it if you could fill out this short survey to help us with that~ Anyone learning German whose original language is a European language would be great, especially speakers of the languages Russian, Romanian or English!
Hallo zusammen, English and German – the keys to the world! I love this "langu"-ages. If you want to learn German vocabulary, you will find some basic German English vocabulary audio video lessons on my YouTube channel. Link to my YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxqHhoUCEIHPil6T_yKbXFg You will find the latest videos on my "langu English - German playlist": I create this channel for all students, seeking to learn English and German as a second language. The videos contains German and English pronunciation and translation. Every page contains three vocabularies in German and English. The video lessons has seven pages with 21 vocabularies. In between every German and English word it´s a break, to think about the English word. Every vocabulary MP3 podcast comes with an eBook that includes the complete transcription of the audio vocabulary list. Please let me know in which topics you´re interested. I will create audio video lessons, especially on topics you´re interested in. Best regards, langu_eng
Thought of moving in Germany for a long period of time? Or say forever? How about just thought of trying to live there for months or years. Seriously if you have that thoughts now. I am absolutely recommending you to learn the language. Before I moved in here, I did my research on how can I in anyways with my basic German knowledge deal with everyday life. And then I read somewhere that that would not be a problem, since people in in Germany do really communicate with English as well. But when I arrived there I learned the reality that I have to go to the German language school and deepen my knowledge on the language, because believe me, if you are living in town like me where majority of the people are kind a old already your basic would not be enough. I remember when I went to the bakery once and although the saleslady was not that old, she did not speak English with me, despite my try on talking to her and show her that I do not speak German. I was frustrated after that. Everytime I do simple activity like asking direction, asking for a price of this and that stuff, I felt devastated to always speak with sign language with my mixed English and so poor basic German. So one day I decided to pick up myself and learn the language seriously as best, as fast as possible. And then after a while, I was happy I did that. Now I feel confident and feel free to communicate with Germans. How about you? What was your experience the first time you came in Germany? Did you have it worse? better? How fast did you learn the language? P.S. If you want some tips on how did I learn the language efficiently, feel free to ask. I would be glad to give you some insights :-)