For many years, Coffee Break podcasts have helped language learners around the world learn French, Spanish, Italian, German and Chinese. Now, with our regular videos here on YouTube, you can build.
The Coffee Break German team is back with a new series, the Coffee Break German Magazine. In each episode of this 10-lesson season for intermediate learners you can build your vocabulary, increase your understanding of grammar and learn to use the German language in a more natural way.
Each lesson lasts just a few minutes, and we recommend that you consolidate what you’ve learned before moving on. If you’re learning in your coffee breaks, then you can probably work through the entire course in just a working week, studying one lesson on your morning coffee break, and one in the afternoon.In this episode we're focusing on the use of weil with the Perfect Tense and you'll be learning to give excuses as to why you arrived late and why you haven't done your homework! This season of Coffee Break German features a total of 40 episodes, published every two weeks. Lessons 21-40 will be published during 2018. Stay subscribed to the podcast to enjoy each episode.We've just held a live broadcast over on YouTube which introduced our special 6-month course, the Coffee Break French Masterclass. Aimed at intermediate learners wanting to break through the barriers into advanced French, this course begins on 1st July 2020 and registration is open now.
British Council Great Languages Challenge - free download available in German (as well as Arabic, French, Mandarin, Spanish and Welsh). BBC Teach: Virtually There KS2 German - In this series of 10 short fun films, a British boy practices German by talking to a group of children in Berlin via a tablet. Revises basic German vocabulary in a series of real-life settings, and using memorable songs.Read More
Learn how to speak German with courses, classes, lessons,audio and videos, including the alphabet, phrases, vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, activities and tests. Plus German slang and German.Read More
In this lesson, we will learn about German technology words relating to electronics, office tools, and computer technology. As we will see, in these areas, the German language has borrowed some.Read More
In this lesson, we will learn about the German verb 'einladen,' meaning to invite or treat (pay for). We will cover conjugation of this stem-vowel changing verb and how to handle the separable prefix.Read More
Currently, Live Lingua offers private language lessons in eleven languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Chinese, Arabic, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Korean and Japanese. Every student has the right to take a one-hour free trial lesson on Skype. They receive a language learning plan and decide whether they like the teacher or not.Read More
Then click on this link: German Translation Exercises on Quizlet These exercises are fun, quick, adaptable and it’s easy to check whether you got the right answer. Also, (hint, hint) I will be using some of these as homework tasks so it’s worth your while checking them out!Read More
Holidays interactive and printable PDF ESL activities, worksheets and games for in class or online use to help students learn how to talk about holidays.Read More
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Each lesson also includes simple explanations of French grammar and many examples of French grammar in use. You will also be able to test your French language skills with quizzes and exercises. The website can also be useful to people who wish to learn or review particular aspects of French grammar, learn more about French proverbs and sayings or French slang and idioms.Read More