Learn German Fast

September 2, 2009 by · 1 Comment 

Learning The German Language is becoming more popular with the day. Today I will explore ways on how to Learn German Fast.

The German Language is spoken by around 105 million, which illustrated the importance and benefits of learning it. German has its roots as a western Germanic Language. This means its related alongside English which is a great advantage for us.

During my German teaching I have encountered many inpatient students that wanted quick results. There are several methods that can help in learning the German language quicker then usual.

If you want to become fully fluent you will need to have a good understanding of the German grammar structure, but that’s not what we are here for. We want to learn German Fast.

Here are some tested methods that I have advised over and over:

Firstly: Try to practice with a native speaker, learning through basic conversations give the fastest results.
Secondly: plan time for learning German at least a few hours a week.
Thirdly: Start with free German Courses to find your perfect learning method.

And lastly: The most important tip: vary your learning resources. DON’T just learn from 1 book. Vary your learning sources (I can’t say it often enough)
- 2 German Study at home courses
- 1 free German course
- 1 German phrase book
- 1 German grammar book

It is really that simple. Start planning today and you could be speaking German within a few months. Teaching German has always been a passion for me and I really like to see my students progress fast. I hope this article inspires you into Learning German Fast.

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Tips to Learn German Language Fast – series 2/6

August 18, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Learn German Language  6 important Tips on How to Learn the German Language Fast part 2:

2. See what kind of learner you are. What really works for you? Some learn great through reading, some need more visual aid and then again some learn great through audio. Through this you can determine a higher emphasis on books, software or mp3′s for example.


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Tips to Learn German Language Fast – series 1/6

August 10, 2009 by · 1 Comment 

Learn German Language . org 6 important Tips on How to Learn the German Language Fast

Seeing the increasing amount of interest to learn German, we have felt the urge providing you with some tips on how to proceed . Many are planning  holiday to Germany or Austria added to the benefits of mastering a second language. That all aside we would all like to learn a language as fast as possible.

1. Do not procrastinate. Once you set a time-plan and resources, stick to it for at least a month. Then evaluate your progress and make modifications on your following month if needed. maybe within that month you have learned what you intended to.

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is german an important language to learn?

November 27, 2008 by · 7 Comments 

compared to portuguese or Italian? I am fluent in English, French, and Spanish and was wandering whether I should learn German or not. Im planning on become a doctor, being in research, or chemist. which language is more important globally in this case? I was thinking portuguese would be good since 200 million speak it but only in brazil,portugal, and 2 african countries. I need help!

NO! There is no reason to learn German. 99% of all germans speak English. There's no reason to learn that language (even if it sounds cool)

Is there an easy way to learn German?

November 25, 2008 by · 22 Comments 

I am hoping to learn German and need all the assistance I can get, Did anyone use a book and cd that they can recommend? I am on a tight budget but would appreciate any recommendations :-) Thanks!
I am living in Germany currently, so yes, that does help, but like I said I would love to have a book and cd or something so I can see and read as well as hear it! Thanks for all your suggestions :-)

The easiest way to learn any language is to live in that specific country for a bit. You cant help but pick it up.

(not really possible on a small budget though I suppose).

What’s the best way of starting out to learn German?

November 23, 2008 by · 3 Comments 

Can you guys give me some suggestions or tips on how to start learning German. Maybe some good websites that I can check out too. I’m a complete beginner to the language, so any advice is welcomed. Thanks!

Rosetta Stone is good for complete beginners. Try to find children’s books in German as well (probably on Amazon) to get the basic vocabulary down. If you can take a class, that would be the best.

Anyone know any place on the web to learn German for free?

November 21, 2008 by · 3 Comments 

I've always wanted to learn German, and I know some stuff from High School, but I would love to be able to speak it well. Is there any place free, or cheap, (preferably cheap) on the web where I could go?

use the following link to learn german


How to learn and speak german?

November 19, 2008 by · 6 Comments 

I want to know what i should learn to speak the language. I am taking a class in school to learn german but i want to learn more. How can i be able to speak it better?

danke =D

Hallo :D

nice that you are learning German.

Here are some tips to learn German:

Some courses that come to mind:
Pimsleur German
Assimil German
Rosetta Stone German (not a big fan of it but some seem to like it)

Passive Learning tips:
- look around on IMDB for good rated German movies, get them with English subtitles.
- In Germany they synchronize everything on TV, you could even get American movies spoken in German (although i admits i find it highly annoying)

I wish you all the best in learning the German language

HI, where do i get on line a version for beginers to learn german at home? can someone give the link?

November 17, 2008 by · 2 Comments 

I am starting to learn german, and i want to do also at home, i want to print from net a on line version to print for someone that doesn't know anthing of german, could u help me, sending me the link?

Free and easy


How can I learn German with a busy schedule?

November 15, 2008 by · 7 Comments 

I always have lots of schoolwork to do and rarely anytime for leisure, but I want to learn to speak, read, and write German (I plan to move to Germany in a couple of years).

A good book is "German in 10 minutes a day".
It's a good book to learn the basics and it's structured for a busy person.
My friend used this book when he was first learning German. It must have worked for him, because when I visited him in Heidelberg, he was very comfortable with the language.

Eventually, you will need to listen to tapes/Cd's to become familiar with the language. Check your local schools for conversational German classes.

I you know anyone who speaks the language, spend time with them and speak German.

Can you take a German class at your school, for credit toward your degree?

Good luck.

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