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Didn’t take German in college, but now wish you did? Don’t have the time or money to take an evening course? Have too many bad ..read more
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Ever feel like the world is moving too fast and you’ve got a lot on your plate? Sometimes we can’t seem to find the time to do the ..read more
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If you have a busy schedule (and who doesn’t?), taking advantage of online resources is a convenient way to learn German. You can ..read more
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What do you need after working a long day at the office, picking the kids up and cooking dinner? If you’re like me, maybe you jump in ..read more
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The average American checks their phone more than 50 times a day. Studies have shown similar patterns around the world. Suffice it to say ..read more
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Here’s something to make you feel old. Did you know that online learning has been around for over 20 years already? These days, you’re ..read more
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Want your German to sound more authentic? Worried you sound like one of those silly Google Translate mistakes when you speak German? The ..read more
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Hey, can you hear that? The best audio to learn German is hiding right under your ears. Listen closely to this amazing little secret: if ..read more
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Can German learning videos really stand up to classroom learning? Well, think about what makes a German course so great. You get structured ..read more
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“Entschuldigung, wie ist der Weg?“ “Excuse me, what’s the way?” While this may be a common phrase to ask for directions while ..read more

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