Wilkommen in Deutschland! (Welcome to Germany!)
Are you excited to explore the many extraordinary sights this country has to offer?
The classic European cities like Munich and Cologne, the quaint towns, the sprawling messy urban playground that is Berlin?…
You know how Americans are obsessed with Christmas?
In the U.S., Christmas inundation starts the day after Halloween and lasts through New Year’s.
Well, this obsession is not by any means unique to the U.S.
In fact, Germany is the …
German grammar has reared its head.
It’s time to forge into the ever-more-complex wilds of the German language.
Intermediate German grammar often focuses on structures that will allow you to craft longer sentences, therefore expressing more complex thoughts and …
Have you heard of Godwin’s law?
It says that, the longer an online conversation continues, the more likely it is that someone will bring up Nazis or Hitler.
For many Americans, when they think of German history, they immediately think …
The names of the countries in Africa.
The elements of the periodic table.
The Founding Fathers.
Remember when you were in elementary and middle school, and you used to make flashcards to study for topics like these?
There’s a reason …
The church bells in the village have just chimed midnight.
Outside the castle gates, a woman appears on a moss-covered stone.
She has a melancholy look about her, and she wears a long white dress, fashionable 200 years ago.…
The English language has 170,000 words in current use.
German only has 135,000.
Each and every one is a key that unlocks new German expressions and grammar patterns.
“Great!” says the innocent German language learner. “I have less vocabulary…