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neonmagazin:

Mehr braucht es nicht.
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neonmagazin:

Mehr braucht es nicht.

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elahthompson:

the goat is not a student…..he’s a teacher.
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elahthompson:

the goat is not a student…..he’s a teacher.

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7 Strange German Superstitions And Slightly Crazy Cultural Beliefs

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der Dornröschenschlaf

thatswhywelovegermany:

  • Dornröschen = sleeping beauty
  • der Dorn = thorn
  • die Rose = rose
  • -chen = diminutive indicating something small, cute, or dear; oftentimes goes along with turning the straight vowel of the root syllable into an Umlaut
der Schlaf = sleep

der Dornröschenschlaf = state of peaceful abandonment, waiting for somebody to invest time and money to restore it to its original beauty and to bring it back into operation; sometimes translated as hibernation or 100-year sleep


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Hallo zusammen,
For the last few weeks I’ve been doing nothing but speaking, recording, editing and tweaking sound waves. I’m talking of course about the brand new Café in Berlin audiobook. And after wrangling with frequencies for countless days and nights, I’m glad to say that the first audiobook of the Dino lernt Deutsch series is now finally available from the LearnOutLive book shop.
Here’s the blurb:

Experience the first episode of our bestselling “Dino lernt Deutsch” story series for German learners on your stereo or headphones, at home or on the go. Narrated with special emphasis on early text comprehension practice and pronunciation, this audiobook will not only help you learn German, but let you experience the story through the ears of the protagonist.

The audiobook is a few minutes over an hour long and comes as a zipped MP3 download, at the introductory price of only $4.99. What are you waiting for? Download the Café in Berlin audiobook here!
If you already have the paperback or ebook edition of Café in Berlin, this audiobook will help you with pronunciation of difficult words and to get a general feel for the sound of German. Can you solve all the exercises in the text just by listening to the audio edition?
For those of you who don’t own a copy of the text yet, you can get both the audiobook and the text (EPUB, MOBI, PDF) at the special bundle price for only $6.99. You can find the download link to the special bundle offer here.
What Else Is New
In other news, I’ve been a guest recently on the fabulous Fluent Podcast by my good friend and colleague Kerstin Hammes. We talked about creative language learning, apps like Duolingo, why it’s not always easy to find suitable stories for language study, and much more. You can find the podcast episode here (interview starts at 7:59).
Okay, I think that’s it for now. Have a nice day!
Viele Grüße,
André View high resolution

Hallo zusammen,

For the last few weeks I’ve been doing nothing but speaking, recording, editing and tweaking sound waves. I’m talking of course about the brand new Café in Berlin audiobook. And after wrangling with frequencies for countless days and nights, I’m glad to say that the first audiobook of the Dino lernt Deutsch series is now finally available from the LearnOutLive book shop.

Here’s the blurb:

Experience the first episode of our bestselling “Dino lernt Deutsch” story series for German learners on your stereo or headphones, at home or on the go. Narrated with special emphasis on early text comprehension practice and pronunciation, this audiobook will not only help you learn German, but let you experience the story through the ears of the protagonist.

The audiobook is a few minutes over an hour long and comes as a zipped MP3 download, at the introductory price of only $4.99. What are you waiting for? Download the Café in Berlin audiobook here!

If you already have the paperback or ebook edition of Café in Berlin, this audiobook will help you with pronunciation of difficult words and to get a general feel for the sound of German. Can you solve all the exercises in the text just by listening to the audio edition?

For those of you who don’t own a copy of the text yet, you can get both the audiobook and the text (EPUB, MOBI, PDF) at the special bundle price for only $6.99. You can find the download link to the special bundle offer here.

What Else Is New

In other news, I’ve been a guest recently on the fabulous Fluent Podcast by my good friend and colleague Kerstin Hammes. We talked about creative language learning, apps like Duolingo, why it’s not always easy to find suitable stories for language study, and much more. You can find the podcast episode here (interview starts at 7:59).

Okay, I think that’s it for now. Have a nice day!

Viele Grüße,

André


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Ain’t no better activity than passivity, or summat …

Ain’t no better activity than passivity, or summat …

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7 German TV Series To Make You Laugh And Learn The Language In No Time

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Attention all adventurers! Go forth, explore, and learn German at the same time with this interactive adventure series: 

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When to say “Du” or “Sie” - a Visual Guide
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When to say “Du” or “Sie” - a Visual Guide

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