Welcome German Learners!

Herzlichen Willkommen!

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The key to learning any language is having fun. But for some reason, many people study German as if they were punishing themselves.

Yes, German grammar is tricky and some of the sounds are difficult to wrap your mouth around. But Germany is the country of Oktoberfest, Christmas markets, beer gardens, World Cup parties, and wild New Year’s celebrations. It has a rich history of poets, thinkers, musicians, and artists. So doesn’t it make sense that if it’s got all that going for it, its language isn’t going to be that bad either?

Yeah, you have to study the difference between der/die/das and those tricky German adjectives. But at the end of the day, you’ll achieve more–and enjoy the process more–if you remember that German is actually fun!

Be sure to sign up for my Language Surf Club, because I’ll give you tips for reaching your German goals as quickly as possible. It’s absolutely free to join and if it’s not for you, you can opt out at any time.

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