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Angelika's blog posts on topics of interest to those learning German, sometimes humorous but often practical for anybody who needs the German language.
How To Use Quora To Improve Your German
2017-08-20 23:29
Quora is a great site for German learners. If you’re not familiar with it, let me briefly explain. Quora is a site where anybody can ask and answer questions about (almost) any topic… Read More
German For Your Holidays
2017-08-13 23:44
  The following text is a chapter from my book The A to Z of Learning German: 26 ideas to make learning German more exciting and fun! Visit Germany to practise your German! This i… Read More
2017-08-06 23:42
The author and painter Joachim Ringelnatz was born on the 7th August 1883 in Wurzen in Saxony. His real name was Hans Bötticher but in 1919 he changed it to Ringelnatz to be used a… Read More
German For Tennis Fans
2017-07-16 23:31
Do you play tennis? Do you watch tennis? Have you been following the matches at Wimbledon? Have you ever considered to combine your love of watching/ playing tennis with learning German? No… Read More
German For Train Enthusiasts
2017-07-02 23:40
Are you a train enthusiast? And a German learner? Great! I have found some interesting German websites for anybody who wants to learn more about trains and practise their German. Olis Bahnw… Read More
The Seasons In German – Sommer
2017-06-18 23:07
The 21st June is the official first day of summer, so this blog post is about summer with  German words and songs. Unlike for spring (see my spring post here) there is only o… Read More

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