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LearnOutLive German Books May 21
πŸ€” Sure, you could buy an expensive German textbook, or you could just get one of these 5 for free ...
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Krishan Maurya May 24
Enroll now for "German Language" A1 level Program. New batch starting soon.......
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Gill Communication 15h
Learn German the smarter way with Gill Communication. We offer online German A1, German A2 and German B1 courses to help you master German easily and faster. Start your online German course now. Call on WhatsApp +41788624567 for demo classes.
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Lingoda 5h
What are pet names? When taken literally, they often sound ridiculous, but it’s a bit of a window into someone else’s world when you hear their private, sweet, or even sickly sweet name for someone.
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James Young ML May 16
S3GED1 doing language relay races πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺπŸ’›
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StHildasMFL May 22
Our A Level German students, Alicia, Georgia and Holly, helping at the Liverpool Cruise Liner Terminal, meeting and greeting visitors to the city. πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ🚒
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GermanwithJenny May 23
A1 (Absolute Beginner) - The 4 German Cases 🎡 --- You find the four German πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ cases difficult? Check out the following video and listen to examples for each case 😊! ---
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Reis Lima Quarteu 19h
A1 - Lesson 2 | Common Phrases | for beginners | :
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OptiLingo 3h
There are a bunch of reasons to learn German, and even if you live in the US, there are lots of ways to . So let’s dig into the top 12 reasons to learn German.
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Angelika Davey May 18
There is always time for a new beginning, so why not start learning German now?
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Gill Communication May 22
Learn the German language online with Gill Communication. We offer A1, A2 and B1 levels introducing you to the German alphabet and work your way up to learning German Grammar, Vocabulary & Conversation in just 1 month. Call us on WhatsApp +41 78 862 45 67
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Chatterbug May 21
πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ Here's your German 'Zungenbrecher' to kick off the week! It's a relatively easy one to pronounce, but can you work out the meaning?
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Auxila Akademie May 24
πŸ“ŒπŸ‘‰If you have acquired your nursing qualifications in a country that is a member of the EU or the European Economic Area, your professional qualifications will usually be recognised automatically.
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BLHSGerman May 23
Congratulations to the newly elected 19-20 German Club officiers! Ausgezeichnet!
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Goethe-Institut New York May 22
with the pros this summer. We are offering 10-week courses as well as superintensive 5-week courses for complete beginners to advanced speakers. Use discount code EARLYJUN19 at checkout by June 3 for 10% off Early Bird discount.
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DegreefromGermany May 17
This week, learn how to say common phrases like 'Excuse me, please!' and 'I beg your pardon?' in German.
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Wie Geht's German May 22
Word of the Day / Wort des Tages: Die Schwester sister (noun)
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Angelika Davey May 16
Is it der, die or das Kaffee? My German gender course will tell you
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Learn-German-Easily May 23
πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ Weißt du, wie man "I love you" auf Deutsch sagt? 😍❀️ πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Do you know how to say "I love you" in German? 😍❀️ Learn that and more! Visit: Thue
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Transmitter Berlin May 24
Enjoy your weekend, and don't forget to VOOOOTE please. ✏️(X) Poster by Wolfgang Tillmans and Nick Knight.
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