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2. Learn basic German words & phrases
Choose the lesson you’d like to learn:
Numbers in German
Learn to say the numbers from zero to one million in German
Greeting & Farewell
Learn to say hello, goodbye and other useful phrases in German
Learn the basics for simple conversations German
Colors & Appearance
Learn the German words for colors and other descriptive adjectives
Countries & Languages
Learn the names of countries and languages
Learn the most commonly used verbs in German
Learn the most commonly used nouns in German
Learn the most commonly used adjectives in German
3. Train them with our Free Vocabulary Trainer
Train what you’ve learned in our vocabulary lessons:
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4. Learn the basics of German grammar
Learning a new language won’t work without a bit of grammar. But it’s also the place where most people get stuck, because it’s an endless topic and it’s hard to know where to start.
That’s why we’ve compiled a comprehensive introduction to German grammar, showing you the things you really need to know to get started with German quickly.
Ready for a head start into German grammar? Let’s go!
5. Watch our recommended Videos
Videos are a perfect way to learn a new language. We’ve compiled a list of the most useful and fun ones that will help you get started quickly and stay motivated along the way.
6. Listen to German podcasts
Learn German wherever you want! These awesome audio and video lessons will help you get started speaking and understanding German in no time!
7. About the German language
German is one of the most important languages in the world, not only because of the number of speakers (it has the biggest number of native speakers in the European Union, after all), but because of the impact that German-speakers have had in western culture and still do.
Throughout the years, German has been the language of some of the most important personalities that have contributed to science, music, and philosophy: Freud, Einstein, Hegel, Kant, Nietzsche, Marx, Goethe, Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, Schubert… just to name a few. A lot of the Western world’s most important documents and works of art were produced in German, and continue to be produced in this language. Not to mention that nowadays Germany enjoys the most powerful economy in Europe and the forth in the whole world, the possibilities from a business point of view are endless!
But it’s not all about the money, because learning this language will be the master key to opening the cultures of other wonderful countries: it’s the official language in Austria and Liechtenstein, and it’s also one of the official languages in Switzerland, Belgium and Luxembourg.