Since the 20th century, every year in November the same picture in German cities. The traditional Christmas markets open and till the 23rd December they attract thousands of tourists from all over the world. But also for Germans it is a pleasure to visit a Christmas market in their city. For them...
Ever wondered what’s behind this acronym: DAF? Read further The test Deutsch als Fremdsprache (German as a foreign language), short-name testDAF, is one of the most recognized German language tests. It is a centralized, standardized and not free language test and gives the possibility to a...
Why do you want to learn German? Do you really like this language or is it more a need to survive in Germany?
In the following, I want to give 5 good reasons why you should definitely think about learning it.
German is such a complicate language that there is a common saying about it. We know how difficult our language is, we admit it, and we tell you in this way: “Deutsche Sprache, schwere Sprache”. Unfortunately this doesn’t relieve your burden to learn it. On the contrary is a mean to squeeze a bigger commitment from you.
In my life as a German teacher, I meet often people who, despite they are living in Germany for many years, aren’t able to speak German.
And there are people who only learn Ich spreche kein Deutsch (I don’t speak German).