Willkommen zurück! It's already been 2 months since I uploaded my last crash course German, so I thought it was about time I uploaded a new lesson! In my last two posts, I talked a lot about German objects, so for this post I thought I'd concentrate on German verbs and tenses for a change. … Continue reading Crash Course German #4: Learning Tenses with Famous Children’s Books
Hello! ¡Hola! Salut! Ciao! Hallo! nǐ hǎo! While it's never been easier to learn a new language, fewer people bother to do so. It makes sense. If you speak English, you get along everywhere. It's the language of business, of finance, of the internet, of music, of international politics. Wherever you travel in the world, … Continue reading Why You Should Learn A New Language
Willkommen zurück! In my last post, I explained three of the four German cases: the nominative, accusative and dative. So today I thought it only makes sense to present the fourth case, which is the genitive case, and finish off the topic with a little summary.
Willkommen zurück! I'm glad so many of you were interested in my first crash course German post and I hope you've had time to revise some of the things you've learned 😉 I've notices that quite a lot of you seem to struggle with sentence structure and word order so I thought I'd explain it … Continue reading Crash Course German #2: Sentence Structure and Word Order
In the past weeks, I've read quite a lot of posts about things to do during quarantine. And I've noticed that one activity that is featured in almost every post is "learn a new language." I personally love learning new languages and am always keen to learn from native speakers (they know their language best-don't … Continue reading Crash Course German: The Basics