Learn German Easily

Created by Lucas Kern

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Helping Each Other Learn German!

If you’ve benefited from the resources provided by Learn-German-Easily and want to help this initiative thrive, here are a few ways you can offer your support:

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A Special Request

I’m on a mission to assist as many as possible in their German learning journey, and for that, I need your help.

Would you consider helping spread the word by distributing a poster?

It would be fantastic if you could print it out and pin it up at your school, university, local café, or any other suitable locations you frequent.

Additionally, you are more than welcome to share the image on social media.

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Support ‘Learn German Easily’

By promoting awareness, you’re not only helping me but also many others in their journey to master the German language.

Here’s how you can help:

 – Share the website with friends and family.
 – Promote it on Facebook and engage with our posts.
 – Tweet about us and retweet our content.
 – Mention our website in relevant comments and forums.
 – If you have a website or blog, consider linking to us.

Keep Me Posted!

I would be thrilled to know about your efforts.

Do drop me an email detailing how you’ve chosen to support. Your stories and gestures always fill me with excitement and gratitude.

Looking forward to connecting with you soon.


Do you want to master German? Click the link and start with Lesson 1

Lesson 1
🔗 German Articles (Secret Decoded)

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Lesson 10
Numbers in German up to 999.999

Lesson 20
German Umlauts Ä Ö Ü

For more depth, try these selected intermediate lessons:

German Vocabulary 300+ Words Idioms and Expressions
Spice Up With Adjectives
Tense Mastery: Past to Future!
Crack Prefixes & Verbs
Clarify 'das' vs 'dass'

Blog Articles e.g.

German Work Permit: What You Need to Know and Do in Advance!

Palaces and Castles in Germany from Neuschwanstein (Cinderella’s) to Frankenstein’s Castle

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