5 Incredible Movies to Learn German That You Can Stream Now with Subtitles

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Can you really learn German with movies?

Let me answer that question with a few more questions.

Is the thought of talking with a German native speaker still frightening?

Do you wonder how you’ll ever follow along if a …

Learn German with TV Shows: 8 Best Series & Where to Watch

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You’ve already read the must-read German classics.

Next you turned to music, and continued learning German with some great modern songs that still get stuck in your head from time to time.

And then you began watching German movies

The Ultimate German Vocabulary Guide For Football / Soccer

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So Germany won the 2014 World Cup!

If you’ve already talked to your German friends about German movies or music, why not talk about football as well?

There’s no better time to add football words to your German vocabulary

Learn German by Reading: 8 Popular Classics You Shouldn’t Miss

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Learning German through movies and music is great.

But if you have a little more time on your hands, don’t hesitate to pick up a German novel.

Why Learn German Through Reading?

Though it may seem daunting, reading is one …

Hallo! 22 Useful German Greetings to Say Hello and Goodbye in German

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After arriving in Germany, I quickly realized something about German greetings.

Young Germans never used the ones I learned in class.

The only person who said Guten Abend to me was a man in an ice cream shop who looked …

Learn German with Songs: 10 Classic German Music Hits That You Oughta Know

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It sounds so cool to learn German with songs…

Until you remember that you don’t know any.

How can you fill your playlists with popular German songs that you’d actually hear in Germany?

That’s exactly what we’ll show in …

10 Common German Vocabulary Words With Surprising Meanings

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English has many words that are exactly the same in German.

For example: warm, blond, finger, etc.

And there are German words that sound like English and are, in fact, cognates.

For example: Bett (bed), Fisch (fish), leicht