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Language Fluent 6h
The Oktoberfest is the world's largest Volksfest (beer festival and travelling funfair). Held annually in Munich, Bavaria, Germany, it is a 16- to 18-day folk festival running from mid- or late September to the first Sunday in October since the year 1810.
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MFL Mentoring Cymru Jul 2
Next week we're running another of our virtual German conversation classes for years 12 and 13! Come along and speak a bit of Deutsch with us! German Teachers, Feel free to share with your pupils!
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Herr Antrim Jul 3
The prefix ent- in German removes things. The most dramatic example of this is "enthaupten", meaning "to decapitate". While it is a gruesome example, it is unlikely to be forgotten. Full Video: Blog:
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Time for German Jul 2
At least I'll always understand the word for 'train station'.
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Deutsch Centre MCR Jul 1
*** S A V E T H E D A T E ! *** Our new will be announced on 23 July with an Early Bird discount for the first 2 weeks! Thank you to everyone that completed our surveys! We value your feedback and it will very much shape our Autumn term offers.
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lingoni GERMAN Jul 3
B1/B2 (Upper Intermediate) - The 4 German Cases 🎡 β€”- You find the four German πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ cases difficult? Check out the following video and listen to examples for each case 😊! β€”-
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Lingua Mundi Jul 3
Did you know that β€œich bin gut” is wrong as an answer to how are you? How are you >> Wie GEHT ES dir?
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Luzi & Johannes Jul 4
New Video Online πŸ˜ƒ For all the people who want to know the exact rules for -s or -es endings in Genitiv. Hier das Video: Viel Spass und bis bald
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Learn-German-Easily Jul 3
Let's finish this work week with an easy practice! Do you remember the right article? πŸ˜‰ πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ Was ist richtig? βœ…πŸ§”
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Learn-German-Easily Jul 1
Hugs and kisses are common ways to show affection in many places! Are they common where you are from? πŸ₯° πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ Ein Kuss ohne Umarmung ist wie eine Blume ohne Duft! πŸ€—
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Goethe-Institut Gulf 2h
Do you feel like you are not ready for a exam yet? Then sign up for our online preparatory course to improve your confidence when writing speaking and listening in German!πŸ“ β€”
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Goethe-Institut Gulf 2h
We are stuck at home and it’s hot outside. So, how about we revise some common vocabulary to keep us refreshed in this heatπŸŒžπŸ–? If you know more words related to the heat, share them with us in the comments below. β€”
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lingoni GERMAN Jun 30
Über die App - About the App πŸ–₯️ --- The lingoni app offers LOTS of exclusive learning material πŸ‘¨β€πŸ« . Each learning unit starts with a video πŸŽ₯,which prepares you for the PDF worksheet πŸ“ and the interactive exercises. A great basis for working through our app πŸ‘©πŸΌβ€πŸ’»! ---
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Goethe-Institut London Jun 29
online in our virtual classroom with live sessions & individual exercises. πŸ‘₯πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ New courses starting from 2 July! βœ”οΈFor all levels from beginner (A1, A2) to intermediate (B1, B2). ➑️Learn German with us from home & get qualified:
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Level Up Knowledge Jul 4
Speak a new language so that the world will be a new world ! Which New language are you interested in learning ! DM us now for more information Keep learning, Keep growing !
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Learn-German-Easily Jun 27
Let's learn a little more today! This is one of the first things we learn in a new language. How do you say it in yours? πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ Wie sagt man das in deiner Sprache? πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ Es tut mir leid! πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ
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Learn German Language Jul 3
Welcome to our new series of *GERMAN PHRASES* Phrases are a group of words that work together to communicate an element of speech... πŸ™ Follow us on . . . …
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Herr Antrim Jul 2
How many German verbs have the prefix be-? According to one site I read 25% of all inseparable prefix verbs in German start with this prefix. Full Video: Blog:
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Herr Antrim Jul 4
Did you know you can change an adjective into a verb in German with the prefix er-? Here is an example using the words "niedrig" & "ganz" to create "erniedrigen" & "ergΓ€nzen". Full Video: Blog:
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LearnOutLive German Books Jul 2
🏝 πŸ“š Get 20% off on all ebooks and audiobooks on with promo code LOL20
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