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)

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.

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

Is it easy to learn both German and Spanish?

October 30, 2008 by · 5 Comments 

I just can't decide which one to learn, so how hard is it to learn both? Not at the same time, of course. How difficult do you thing it would be for me to learn Spanish, then when i've learned that start learning German? Like generally, can most people learn both languages, and end up speaking them both fluently with plenty of practice?

For an English native speaker, Spanish is usually quite easy, but German is aweful. Especially the German grammar is horrible. But perhaps it is more of an advantage to learn something difficult? When you learn first Spanish and then German or the other way around, I donĀ“t think the first language will be a great help when learning the other one.