7 Problem German Sounds and How to Pronounce Them Perfectly


Stumbling over German sounds?

Tongue-tied when faced with intimidating compound nouns?

Join the club.

German sounds are difficult for English speakers to master.

It can be tough to shake that English accent—which, unfortunately, is unmistakable to Germans. They can …

9 German Stereotypes That Are Straight Up True

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Stereotypes exist about every country in the world.

We tend to shy away from generalizations.

But not all stereotypes are bad – they may even be true, defining characteristics of culture and lifestyle.

Quick, True or False: The national pastime …

A Simple Introduction to German Nominative and Accusative Cases


Can you find the difference between the two bolded words in the following sentences?

The boy plays with his dog joyfully.”

“The dog sloppily licks the boy all over his face.”

I’ll give you a hint—it’s not the capitalization!…

134 Super Useful and Common German Travel Phrases and Words

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Planning your big trip to Germany is so exciting!

Looking forward to going skiing in Salzburg this winter?

Just bought your mask for your Carnival trip to Cologne?

Already know which tents you’ll be visiting during Oktoberfest in Munich?…

4 Quick Tips for Mastering German Compound Nouns

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That 67 letter monster, if you can believe it, means the “legislative law for the monitoring of pork-meat labeling.”

Everyone has heard that German is a complicated language, but compound nouns like these take the biscuit. Or the …

9 Awesome German Podcasts to Accelerate Your Language Learning

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Just look at that calendar.

Oh, man. You’re definitely a busy person.

How can you possibly find enough time to study German?

German TV shows and movies, as fun as they might be, require your undivided attention. Who has …

18 Weird German Words You Won’t Believe Exist

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The road to German fluency is full of twists and turns.

Thanks to its lifelong love affair with compound nouns, the German language has smashed all manner of words together to form new, unique vocabulary.

It’s no small