Try some #hints to learn a language quickly. First…

…of all, it does not matter which languages you want to practice, allow yourself to make mistakes and do what children do! - Watch cartoons ( #YouTube ) - Read #comics and children’s books. Usually, core vocabulary, basic #grammar, and explaining #pictures are used. - When reading #books, don’t try to understand everything. -...

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Germans have different #slangs, like any other population…

… Thirteen languages in Germany are on UNESCO’s endangered list. However, so called #Kiezdeutsch, the argot of inner-city #teenagers, influenced by Turkish and Arabic, is not one. Teenagers’ argot via Google+

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Learn how German #diminutives with the suffix -chen…

…or -lein work and catch the relevant #rules. The following #video is completely in German, so you should be #advanced already. Die Verkleinerungsform -chen und -lein Learn German with Deutsch Happen via Google+

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Learn German, when you read about recent issues all…

…around the world. Two times a week you get comprehensible #articles with used #vocabulary and #questions concerning the texts. Besides, take a look at Top-Thema archive at the bottom...

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Cross learning languages including Spanish, French…

… Italian, Japanese, German, Chinese, Russian and English. "The free online resources on LearnALanguage.com include #flashcards and fun #games, including the proprietary Lingo Dingo game. Language learners can also...

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#Adverbs of #frequency (Adverbien der Häufigkeit)…

…from 100-0: always (immer, ständig) -> mostly (meistens) -> regularly (regelmäßig) -> usually (gewöhnlich, normalerweise) -> occasionally (gelegentlich) -> sometimes (manchmal) -> rarely (selten) -> never (nie). Watch the...

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