Learn German Easily
Created by Lucas Kern
My German Learner’s Blog
My name is Lucas Kern, a native German speaker from Germany, Berlin.
I’ve been teaching German to foreign students for over 12 years and I’ll help you learn it in a fun and easy way.
Here I blog about learning German and about Germany in general.
Would you buy this if it was a stuffed animal?
Why beginners fail and what to do instead! Is German hard to learn or isn’t it? Maybe you have a misconception or are not sure. Read this article and find out.
In this article I will tell you what these seasons are called in German so that you get more interconnected with others who speak a different language and expand your knowledge base at the same time.
From casual to formal!
Here is a large collection of German abbreviations, acronyms and initialisms that you need to know to improve your understanding of German.
Super long German words are like soup. Some words make sense. Some don’t.
Like why would there be a word for a face that needs to be punched? Yeah, I’m not kidding – German has a word for that kind of a face – check it out.
Every castle has a story. When it comes to the castles in Germany, Neuschwanstein is by far the most famous, since it is believed to have inspired Cinderella’s castle in Disneyland. But that’s just the beginning.
Learning German as an international student will be a great addition to your professional, but also personal, life.
It will boosts your thinking skills, but it is also said to boost your memory and increase your concentration.
Everyone is interested in knowing themselves better. So we often ask ourselves, “Who am I”?
Let’s find out how the stars judge your character (according to the German interpretation).
Germans are in general very courteous and do expect a similar turn of courtesy from you.
I will therefore not only help you with knowing how to say thank you in German, but I will also teach you how to respond to that and make the other person smile.
Do you want to learn German easily? Then here is a proven method that will help you learn German in less than a year.
But before we proceed, I would like to say that this is no magic bullet.
Chris wants to say good morning in German to Julia. He walks up to her but doesn’t want to say the usual, because he wants to impress her.
Success rate after 6-8 months
German teacher with 14 years of experience
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