Visiting Germany - Why not Learn Some Useful German Everyday Phrases?

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Wouldn’t it be fun to learn some useful German phrases, such as how buy some rolls at the baker‘s, to order some beer in a pub, or to ask the way to the museum – in German language? Many people think the German language is difficult to learn. On the one hand that may be true. On the other hand ...Children learn German within a real short time. Why do they learn so quickly? Let's find out.

Learning is quite easy for children because:

  • They are very, very curious.
  • Nobody expects them to speak German perfectly from the outset. Therefore they can try without being afraid of making mistakes.
  • Their parents and anyone around are repeating the same words and phrases time and again.

What is the difference between you and your children? What do you think?

There's none.

  • You are very, very curious. (Otherwise you would not visit foreign countries.)
  • Nobody expects you to speak German perfectly. Therefore you can try without being afraid of making mistakes.
  • You can repeat all free video lessons as often as you wish.

Learn just what you need.

Why learn to read Goethe’s Faust if you’re just going on holiday? What you need to do is learn some useful German phrases.

Here you’ll find some useful German everyday phrases for free. Our advice is: Repeat the online lessons whenever you have some minutes to spare. Soon you’ll find that you know can learn some, if not most, of the useful German phrases by heart.

Have fun and have a great time in Germany!

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