Ways to learn German



It’s no surprise that learning a new language can be really challenging. In fact, it’s one of the most difficult things you’ll ever do (if not THE most difficult). But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try. The best way to learn a new language is through active learning and immersion. As you know from other articles in this series, Duolingo is an excellent tool for exposing yourself to German vocabulary and speaking skills. It also offers a lot of additional activities for learners who want to get more out of their time on there! See also: To learn a language


Duolingo app


Duolingo is free.


It’s fun and easy to use, which makes it great for beginners.


It can help you learn German quickly and efficiently by putting all of the words together in a way that makes sense.


It’s an excellent way to practice your German while also learning new things about the language at the same time!


Watch German films


If you want to deepen your knowledge of German, watching films is one great way to do it. Here are some tips for watching German films:


Watch them with subtitles (if available) or dubbing in English, French or Spanish.


If the film is subtitled and dubbed in another language—for example, if it’s a foreign movie that was filmed in Germany but has English subtitles—there will be no need for an additional subtitle option on your player!


Read books and newspapers in German


You can learn German by reading books and newspapers in German. If you want to improve your language skills, reading is one of the best ways to do it. Reading will help you understand what’s going on in everyday life through the use of new vocabulary and phrases, as well as how people express themselves when they talk about their own experiences or those of others around them.

Reading is also an excellent way for beginners who don’t know anyone who speaks the language yet because it gives them access not only to native speakers but also allows them access at times when they would otherwise be unable due to work schedules etcetera…

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Take a class


You can learn German from a native speaker. The advantage of this is that you’ll be able to understand what they say and get used to their pronunciation, which will help you become more comfortable with the language. It also allows for better communication between you and your teacher/tutor.


Another benefit of taking an online German class is that it gives you access to a lot of material at your fingertips (which makes it easier for you). You may want to take advantage of this since there are many different ways in which German can be learned; one way being through textbooks or courses on YouTube! The downside? Taking classes might cost extra money depending on how far away they are from where YOU live!


Subscribe to a newsletter in German


You can subscribe to a newsletter in German, newspaper, podcast or YouTube channel. There are also many language exchange groups on Facebook where you can meet people who speak the same language as you and practice it together.


There are also several apps available for learning German that are free or inexpensive: Duolingo and Memrise are two of my favorites!


These activities will help you learn german


Duolingo. The Duolingo app is a great way to learn German, but it doesn’t have a good rating for helping with grammar. It’s only useful for vocabulary and often gets confused by some of the more common grammar rules. However, if you’re interested in learning how words are formed in German—for example: what happens when two nouns together form an adjective?—this is one of the best apps out there!


Watch movies with subtitles (in English). The easiest way to learn German is by watching movies or TV shows with subtitles instead of trying to memorize it word-by-word like learning Chinese or Japanese would be like learning English! If your favorite show has already been dubbed into German then try watching it again as soon as possible so you can catch any new words that might pop up during scenes where characters are speaking without subtitles first before getting frustrated trying figure out what they said based on context clues alone.”




We hope these tips have helped you learn German. Learning a new language can be tough, but with the right tools, you can make it easier! If you have any questions or comments, please leave them below. And don’t forget to check out our other articles on the topic of learning languages!

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