Learn German: The Ultimate Guide For Beginners
Starting out learning German can seem frightening at first. Words can fill the entire length of a piece of paper, and pronouncing letters you’ve never even heard of can feel like an impossible task.
Can anybody say words like Freundschaftsbeweis or Lebensabschnittsgefährte?
And why would you want to?
Grasping new concepts like word genders, learning new word order, and the invasion of inflected speech can leave you questioning your desire to learn to speak German.
In this article, I’m going to tell you why German is a language that opens up a world of possibilities.
You’ll learn how this Indo-European language is going to make a difference in your life and why it’s actually not as hard to learn as you might think.
I’m going to reveal everything I’ve discovered about how to learn German as a beginner, so you can benefit from my experience and start your journey to speak German off on the right path.
German was my 8th foreign language, so I think you’ll see I’ve learned a few things along the way about what it takes to learn a new language successfully.
This article will give you all the information you need to know about this rich and beautiful language as well as how to start learning it.
Here’s What We’ll Cover
If you’ve ever asked yourself any of the following questions, then this article is what you’re looking for. If you want to skip ahead, just click the section that interests you.
- Why Should I Learn German?
- What Are The Key Features of the German Language?
- What Do I Need to Know About German Culture?
- Is German Hard to Learn?
- How Can I Get to Grips With German Grammar?
- What Pitfalls Should I Watch Out For as a Beginner Learning German?
- How to Learn to Speak German as a Beginner
- What Are the Best Resources for Learning German?
Because this post covers everything you need to know as a beginner, it’s quite long!
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