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“The Common European Framework divides learners into three broad divisions that can be divided into six levels; for each level, it describes what a learner is supposed to be able to do in reading, listening, speaking and writing. The following table indicates these levels. A more thorough description of each Go ahead
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Filme, Serien und Dokumentarfilme in einer Fremdsprache anzuschauen hilft nicht nur beim Sprachen lernen, sondern macht – wenn es dich interessiert und du genug verstehst – auch noch Spaß! In einem vergangenen Blogartikel habe ich bereits einige Serien, in einem anderen einige deutschsprachige Filme vorgestellt, mit welchen du dein Deutsch verbessern Go ahead
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Learning German is not easy, in fact, I have to admit, it is quite challenging. When was your first day you started to learn the language? Or actually: when was the day you decided to learn German? And what have you done in the meantime to reach that goal? Each and every Go ahead
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You’ve started learning German recently and you would like to know which verbs are going to help you understand and produce the language as fast as possible? Here is a list of 20 verbs which are widely used in the German language. Learn them with their conjugation and you have already achieved the Go ahead
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When you learn German, you quickly have to learn about the past tense so you can speak about what happened last weekend, over the past week or during your last vacation. For the past tense (“das Perfekt”) you need two things:a form of to have or to be (haben oder sein)a past participle (Partizip II)The past participle Go ahead
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