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8 Basic German Words for Questions & How to Use them

8 Basic German Words for Questions & How to Use them

Learning how to ask some basic questions in German will help you engage more with others and develop your language skills. Conversations need to be two-way, and the more you ask questions, the faster you’re going to learn. Using the German question words in this tutorial, you’ll be able to ask how much something costs, where someone is from, and more. Let's get started! 8 German Words for Questions In order to ask basic questions in German, you’ll need to memorize some new vocabular … Read More

8 Basic German Words for Questions & How to Use them
Learning how to ask some basic questions in German will help you engage more with others and develop your language skills. Conversations need to be two-way, and the more you ask questions, the faster you’re going to learn. Using the German question words in this tutorial, you’ll be able to ask how much something costs, where someone is from, and more. Let's get started! 8 German Words for Questions In order to ask basic questions in German, you’ll need to memorize some new vocabular
3 Easy Exercises to Help Improve Your German Vocabulary
Establishing a solid German vocabulary foundation is key. Memorizing a long list of words, however, can be difficult--not to mention frustrating at times. Below, German teacher Noel S. shares three easy exercise to help students improve their German vocabulary... The sensation of accelerated learning that students experience when they begin to successfully use new concepts or skills generates confidence, so much that we know our opportunities for achievement are limitless. Using newly lea
Top 5 German Books for Language Learning
Are you looking for the perfect book to supplement your German lessons? Below, German teacher Tyler S. shares his favorite German books for beginner and intermediate students... When working on your foreign language skills, it is absolutely vital that you surround yourself with helpful resources. This can be accomplished simply by watching your favorite television show in a foreign language, or switching your iPod over to that language. For most students, however, this can be as easy a
German Vocabulary List for Back to School
Are you planning on studying German this school year? Get a head start with this German vocabulary list created by German teacher Tyler S... It’s that time of year again when students in both the United States and Germany are getting back into the swing of things. If you plan on studying Germany this year or you’re already taking German lessons, the following German vocabulary list will be indispensable in your studies. If you take the time to study school-related German vocabulary,
What's the Best Way to Learn German? [Quiz]
Are you thinking about learning German? Before you book German lessons, it’s important to know what style of learning best suits you. You might benefit, for example, from using images to help memorize German vocabulary words. Or perhaps you’re more of an auditory learner who likes using sound and music to learn concepts. Determining the best way to learn German will enable you to find a teacher who can cater to your particular learning style. What’s more, it will help guide you throughout

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