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

i want to learn German Language. What is the fastest and most easy way of doing it on the web ?

November 9, 2008 by · 4 Comments 

i want to learn German Language. What is the fastest and most easy way of doing it on the web ?

start using yahoo messenger
Chat with german users by learning it from them
Start using voice chat and start talking to them in german.
it is the most easiest and probably the cheapest way to learn german.
Yeah, heart break is a fundamental problem in this way of leraning

Learn German- Kochen mit Herrn Nelson 1

September 26, 2008 by · 25 Comments 

Hello, class, and welcome to Cooking with Herr Nelson. I am Herr (Mr.) Nelson, and we are going to cook today. Yes. What do we need for today? We need bread– a bag with bread. Chocolate, a piece of chocolate. A small piece of butter. Honey. Chocolate cereal, like “Cocoa Pebbles.” A napkin. A knife. A fork. We need a plate, a pan, and peanut butter.

All right. Those are the ingredients for today. What are we cooking? We are cooking a chocolate sandwich. Stick your hand in the bag and take out a piece of bread. The bread is broken! That is good. Broken bread is good. We place the bread on the plate and take a knife for the peanut butter. Stick the knife in the peanut butter. Ah, peanut butter on the bread. Very good, class. That is bread and peanut butter. Like that. The finger has peanut butter. Mmmm. Tastes good! Excellent! It is delicious.

Ok. Then we need…ah.. a bit of chocolate cereal. A bit of chocolate cereal. Ah, very good. Chocolate cereal on the bread. And then a bit of honey, a little honey on there. We must shake the honey. All right, I pour a little honey on there. Honey is good. Tastes good. A bit of honey on the finger. The honey is excellent. Wonderful. OK, then we need … ah. Chocolate. We place the chocolate in the middle. Mmm, wonderful. Then we cut a little butter off. But the knife is dirty. We must clean the knife. I’ll wash the knife.

Here. Like this. I am washing the knife. Now. I’m washing the knife. The knife is not dirty. It is now clean. And we cut a little butter off. Like this. And we throw the butter in the pan. Like this. And then, yes, a little heat with that, on the stove.

And the butter is melting. Look– the butter is melting. So. Very good. It will taste good. It is delicious. Chocolate and peanut butter sandwich. Mmm it is delicious. Chocolate sandwich. Ok, the butter is melting. We place the bread in the pan. Like this. Shake the pan. Mmm, class. I can smell it. It smells fantastic. Chocolate sandwich. It smells…Ok, 1 minute on the stove. Shake and so on– until the chocolate is a little warm, a little warm. Oh, it is so wonderful. Delicious, class, it is delicious. Cooking with Herr Nelson. Good and it is done. Now we place this sandwich on the plate. Very good. And we get a napkin. Here. The fork in one hand and the knife in the other hand. And then we cut a piece off. And we eat it. Oh, class, enjoy. It is wonderful, class. So, a chocolate sandwich. Enjoy, and goodbye from Herr Nelson. Until next time. Cooking with Herr Nelson. The music, maestro…

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What are some really good sites for me to learn german?

June 4, 2008 by · 4 Comments 

I would really like to learn german and I've been teaching myself for a while now.
I'm already signed up for livemocha and I'm currently saving up for Rosetta Stone, but in the meantime what are some other sites for me to visit to help me along the way?

Try:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/german/

http://www.babelnation.com/german/courses/index.html

http://www.german-grammar.de/grammar/content/english_german_table_of_content.htm

http://www.utils.ex.ac.uk/german/abinitio/

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German is a West Germanic language and considered being one of the world’s major languages. It is related to English and Dutch. The German German language is estimated to be spoken by approximately 100 million native speakers and also by roughly 80 million non-native speakers.

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