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What's so special about German Stories? We pick you up at your level, with a constant, low ammount of new words per episode, starting from zero. We lead you to your goal in small steps, (we split the grammar into 100 pieces and slowly spoonfeed it to you). We have a full-blown, continuous story, played by over 30 professional voice actors, designed to always make you hungry for more! The story will have 100 episodes in total, and they will stay free forever. It's suitable for ages 12 and up. We cover the most useful and important German, which is all the words and grammar of the first level, A1. But also advanced learners benefit from it, because it goes much deeper than the standard A1 level. German Stories is one and a half years in the making, and it’s the most ambitious and unconventional German learning podcast yet. We hope you enjoy our show! Connect with us: FACEBOOK: facebook.com/LearnGermanWithStories TWITTER: twitter.com/_germanstories INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/german.stories.official Here's how to get YOUR NAME on the next German Stories episode: This link might help to find us on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/32tKQgF If not, launch the Apple Podcast app on your iPhone / iPad and tap the search icon (on top). Search for “German Stories | Learn German with Stories”, and tap on our podcast. Once you're there, scroll down to "Ratings & Reviews", and tap "Write a Review" (or log in first). Write us something nice and give us 5 stars :-) Learn German with Stories at german-stories.com
Greet someone & personal pronouns: Sie, ich, er. Paul gets to know Meili in front of the university in Munich. We start nice and slow with our story. Various dramatic events will soon unfold, though ... Click here for the transcript, online lesson and all extras: german-stories.com/1-ich-bin-paul-greet-someone-speak-formally German Stories is the first podcast that combines all of these 3 features: Firstly, we pick you up at your level, starting from zero. Secondly, we lead you to your goal in small steps. There is a constant, low amount of new words, and only a small piece of grammar in each lesson. This way, you don't get overwhelmed. Thirdly, we teach you with a full-blown, continuous story. It's a modern audio drama, played by over 30 professional voice actors, designed to always make you want to know what happens next episode! But we're not just a podcast, we're an online learning platform. Check us out for FREE at german-stories.com Connect with us: FACEBOOK: facebook.com/LearnGermanWithStories TWITTER: twitter.com/_germanstories INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/german.stories.official Here's how to get YOUR NAME on the next German Stories episode: This link might help to find us on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/32tKQgF If not, launch the Apple Podcast app on your iPhone / iPad and tap the search icon (on top). Search for “German Stories | Learn German with Stories”, and tap on our podcast. Once you're there, scroll down to "Ratings & Reviews", and tap "Write a Review" (or log in first). Write us something nice and give us 5 stars :-)
Ask for help & personal pronouns: du, sie, es, wir. Paul and Meili get to know each other better. She has to find Anna Maywald's office in the university. Can Paul help her? Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/2-konnen-sie-mir-helfen-pronouns-du-sie-wir Grab your German Stories membership! We want to tell our German Stories to the whole world. That’s why the podcast will always stay free. But without the support of our members, we couldn't do this. You can get your German Stories membership for little money. Not only will you improve your German, but you'll also help us create more material - which you can then benefit from. Just go to german-stories.com/membership-account/german-stories-membership Thank you! Connect with us: FACEBOOK: facebook.com/LearnGermanWithStories TWITTER: twitter.com/_germanstories INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/german.stories.official Here's how to get YOUR NAME on the next German Stories episode: This link might help to find us on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/32tKQgF If not, launch the Apple Podcast app on your iPhone / iPad and tap the search icon (on top). Search for “German Stories | Learn German with Stories”, and tap on our podcast. Once you're there, scroll down to "Ratings & Reviews", and tap "Write a Review" (or log in first). Write us something nice and give us 5 stars :-)
Numbers 1-12, say thank you & the possessive -s. Paul helps Meili in the university and they look for Anna's office together. They find the office. What will happen when they go inside? Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/3-wo-ist-das-buro-numbers-1-12 Dynamic transcripts On our German Stories website, you can see the meaning of every single word in each episode. Just tap on it! You can also activate whole sentence translation for better understanding. Try it out now for FREE at german-stories.com Connect with us: FACEBOOK: facebook.com/LearnGermanWithStories TWITTER: twitter.com/_germanstories INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/german.stories.official Here's how to get YOUR NAME on the next German Stories episode: This link might help to find us on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/32tKQgF If not, launch the Apple Podcast app on your iPhone / iPad and tap the search icon (on top). Search for “German Stories | Learn German with Stories”, and tap on our podcast. Once you're there, scroll down to "Ratings & Reviews", and tap "Write a Review" (or log in first). Write us something nice and give us 5 stars :-)
Ask and answer questions about one's condition & personal pronouns: ihr, sie (plural), Sie (plural). Meili and Paul meet Anna in her office in the university. Meili says she wants to enroll in a course of study. Paul is shocked because he ran out of time and has to get to work very quickly. Will Paul get to work on time? Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/4-wie-gehts-pronouns-in-plural-ihr-sie Having problems with vocabulary and grammar? Upload the grammar directly into your ear with the German Stories Grammar Explainer. Review the words with our Vocabulary Coach. Make a FREE german-stories.com account now to try the first 10 lessons! Connect with us: FACEBOOK: facebook.com/LearnGermanWithStories TWITTER: twitter.com/_germanstories INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/german.stories.official Here's how to get YOUR NAME on the next German Stories episode: This link might help to find us on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/32tKQgF If not, launch the Apple Podcast app on your iPhone / iPad and tap the search icon (on top). Search for “German Stories | Learn German with Stories”, and tap on our podcast. Once you're there, scroll down to "Ratings & Reviews", and tap "Write a Review" (or log in first). Write us something nice and give us 5 stars :-)
Numbers 13-22, buy a ticket for public transport, ask politely & verb conjugations singular: (ich) komme, wohne, arbeite. Paul is in a hurry to get to work on time. He needs to buy a ticket for the subway. But the ticket seller takes a lot of time ... The subway train is already coming. Will Paul still get it? Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/5-eine-fahrkarte-bitte-numbers-13-22 Grab your German Stories membership! We want to tell our German Stories to the whole world. That’s why the podcast will always stay free. But without the support of our members, we couldn't do this. You can get your German Stories membership for little money. Not only will you improve your German, but you'll also help us create more material - which you can then benefit from. Just go to german-stories.com/membership-account/german-stories-membership Thank you! Connect with us: FACEBOOK: facebook.com/LearnGermanWithStories TWITTER: twitter.com/_germanstories INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/german.stories.official Here's how to get YOUR NAME on the next German Stories episode: This link might help to find us on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/32tKQgF If not, launch the Apple Podcast app on your iPhone / iPad and tap the search icon (on top). Search for “German Stories | Learn German with Stories”, and tap on our podcast. Once you're there, scroll down to "Ratings & Reviews", and tap "Write a Review" (or log in first). Write us something nice and give us 5 stars :-)
Numbers till one million, understand a newspaper article & w-questions, verb conjugations singular: (du) kommst, wohnst, arbeitest. Paul is in the subway on his way to work. He's reading the newspaper: An article about burglars where Fritz is the police contact person. He is Paul's friend. Will he catch the thieves? Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/6-diebe-stehlen-bei-grosskauf-verb-conjugations-singular-du Learn German while you play with words, pictures, and audio! The Immersive Learning Mini App on the German Stories website will teach you the words and phrases from each lesson in a smart way using spaced repetition to make sure you don't forget them. It keeps track of how good you know every word, and schedules when to review it again. And it mixes up the ways in which it teaches you: multiple choice, single flashcards, order the words, listen and write - you name it! Try it out now for FREE at german-stories.com Connect with us: FACEBOOK: facebook.com/LearnGermanWithStories TWITTER: twitter.com/_germanstories INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/german.stories.official Here's how to get YOUR NAME on the next German Stories episode: This link might help to find us on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/32tKQgF If not, launch the Apple Podcast app on your iPhone / iPad and tap the search icon (on top). Search for “German Stories | Learn German with Stories”, and tap on our podcast. Once you're there, scroll down to "Ratings & Reviews", and tap "Write a Review" (or log in first). Write us something nice and give us 5 stars :-)
Make an appointment, alphabet part 1 & the declarative sentence, verb conjugations singular: (er, sie, es) kommt, wohnt, arbeitet. Paul calls Anna. They arrange to meet for coffee on Wednesday. On Tuesday, Anna has no time because she already meets Meili. Anna meets Meili privately? Are they friends now? She didn't say anything about it ... Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/7-wann-hast-du-zeit-make-an-appointment-alphabet We got something for YOU Grammar, and vocabulary drills can make your life easier. Do you know what's also great for your German learning? The hints and learning tips on the German Stories website! Why not try them out for FREE? Just go to german-stories.com Connect with us: FACEBOOK: facebook.com/LearnGermanWithStories TWITTER: twitter.com/_germanstories INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/german.stories.official Here's how to get YOUR NAME on the next German Stories episode: This link might help to find us on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/32tKQgF If not, launch the Apple Podcast app on your iPhone / iPad and tap the search icon (on top). Search for “German Stories | Learn German with Stories”, and tap on our podcast. Once you're there, scroll down to "Ratings & Reviews", and tap "Write a Review" (or log in first). Write us something nice and give us 5 stars :-)
Talk about family, alphabet part 2 & the w-question sentence, verb conjugations plural: (wir, ihr, sie, Sie) kommen/kommt, wohnen/wohnt, arbeiten/arbeitet. Paul and Anna are sitting in a café. They’re talking about their friend Tim and his family photo. His sister is getting married tomorrow. Anna's meeting with Meili was great. They both think she is nice. Why is Anna invited to the wedding but Paul not? Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/8-ein-familienfoto-sentence-structure-verb-conjugations Our characters DON'T speak at a regular speed, just like native speakers among themselves. Why? They speak natural German. But we put in countless hours of work to direct every voice actor so that he or she speaks a bit slower and more clearly, adapted to the language level. You can always speed up the audio in the app. We believe this is the better way. Just as we believe that at the beginning, training wheels teach a child to ride a bike better than bruises from falls. If you want know why we spent over 1 1/2 years of work before we even published our first lesson, go to german-stories.com/the-best-way-to-learn-german Connect with us: FACEBOOK: facebook.com/LearnGermanWithStories TWITTER: twitter.com/_germanstories INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/german.stories.official Here's how to get YOUR NAME on the next German Stories episode: This link might help to find us on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/32tKQgF If not, launch the Apple Podcast app on your iPhone / iPad and tap the search icon (on top). Search for “German Stories | Learn German with Stories”, and tap on our podcast. Once you're there, scroll down to "Ratings & Reviews", and tap "Write a Review" (or log in first). Write us something nice and give us 5 stars :-)
Talk about professions, spell names, alphabet part 3 & the yes/no-question sentence, demonstrative pronouns. Paul and Anna are still sitting in the café, and they're talking about jobs. Paul was late for work the other day, and he was in trouble with his boss. Will he lose his job? Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/9-wo-arbeitest-du-talk-about-professions Grab your German Stories membership! We want to tell our German Stories to the whole world. That’s why the podcast will always stay free. But without the support of our members, we couldn't do this. You can get your German Stories membership for little money. Not only will you improve your German, but you'll also help us create more material - which you can then benefit from. Just go to german-stories.com/membership-account/german-stories-membership Thank you! Connect with us: FACEBOOK: facebook.com/LearnGermanWithStories TWITTER: twitter.com/_germanstories INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/german.stories.official Here's how to get YOUR NAME on the next German Stories episode: This link might help to find us on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/32tKQgF If not, launch the Apple Podcast app on your iPhone / iPad and tap the search icon (on top). Search for “German Stories | Learn German with Stories”, and tap on our podcast. Once you're there, scroll down to "Ratings & Reviews", and tap "Write a Review" (or log in first). Write us something nice and give us 5 stars :-)
Ask for names and origin, talk about languages & indefinite article (ein, eine), countries VS people VS languages (Turkey, Turk, Turkish). Anna is working at her part-time job as a waitress in the university café. She sees Meili and they talk about the students in her German course. Meili gets Paul's number from Anna. What could she want from him? Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/10-turkei-turke-turkisch-indefinite-articles There is a constant, low amount of new words per episode When writing a learning story it's easy to get carried away by an idea for a dialog. But that can result in an episode having way too many new words. That's demotivating for the learner. We counted every word and went through endless writing and re-writing sessions for every episode to make sure that didn't happen to our story. If you want know why we spent over 1 1/2 years of work before we even published our first lesson, got to german-stories.com/the-best-way-to-learn-german Connect with us: FACEBOOK: facebook.com/LearnGermanWithStories TWITTER: twitter.com/_germanstories INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/german.stories.official Here's how to get YOUR NAME on the next German Stories episode: This link might help to find us on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/32tKQgF If not, launch the Apple Podcast app on your iPhone / iPad and tap the search icon (on top). Search for “German Stories | Learn German with Stories”, and tap on our podcast. Once you're there, scroll down to "Ratings & Reviews", and tap "Write a Review" (or log in first). Write us something nice and give us 5 stars :-)
Give and receive advice as well as a gift & articles kein/keine VS ein/eine, nein VS nicht VS kein. Paul is watching TV with his parents. They complain: Paul has no girlfriend, no good job and no money. He should get his act together. They give him a valuable book as a present in order to make his apartment more stylish. That confuses him: Why is the book valuable? And how valuable? Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/11-das-buch-nein-vs-nicht-vs-kein Boost your German online! At German Stories, we have speaking, reading, listening, and writing exercises. And there is a lesson plan with progress tracker. It's all right here at german-stories.com German Stories starts from zero, and leads you to your goal in small steps It's not difficult to create a learning story and jump to complicated grammatical structures early on, just so the author doesn't have a hard time writing. But it's very difficult to fit your writing into a well structured teaching plan, so that the student doesn't have too much trouble learning German. We did it the hard way. Hard for us, easy for you: Luckily there's only a little bit of grammar per episode for you to learn. If you're curious about our motivations behind putting in so much effort, go to german-stories.com/the-best-way-to-learn-german Connect with us: FACEBOOK: facebook.com/LearnGermanWithStories TWITTER: twitter.com/_germanstories INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/german.stories.official Here's how to get YOUR NAME on the next German Stories episode: This link might help to find us on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/32tKQgF If not, launch the Apple Podcast app on your iPhone / iPad and tap the search icon (on top). Search for “German Stories | Learn German with Stories”, and tap on our podcast. Once you're there, scroll down to "Ratings & Reviews", and tap "Write a Review" (or log in first). Write us something nice and give us 5 stars :-)
Online profiles, understand descriptions of people & irregular verbs: sein/haben, sentence type summary: declarative sentence, W-question sentence, yes/no-question sentence. Paul reads the book he got from his parents. He doesn't find out why it’s valuable, and how valuable it is. He doubts the book will add style to his apartment. But his parents are right: he has no girlfriend. Paul is looking for a date and checks ‚Finder‘ profiles. Which girl does Paul like? Will she show interest? Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/12-paul-sucht-ein-date-sentence-structures Why we made German Stories We felt that the best way to learn German is NOT using the old style teaching material with chapters full of tiny texts and unrelated stories. Our idea was to spoon-feed you German in very small bits. And to tell you parts of one big story at the same time. An awesome, full-blown story with different storylines that continues throughout all lessons. We wanted to keep you motivated and say "I can't wait to find out what happens next episode!" If you're curious about the story behind German Stories, go to german-stories.com/the-best-way-to-learn-german Connect with us: FACEBOOK: facebook.com/LearnGermanWithStories TWITTER: twitter.com/_germanstories INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/german.stories.official Here's how to get YOUR NAME on the next German Stories episode: This link might help to find us on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/32tKQgF If not, launch the Apple Podcast app on your iPhone / iPad and tap the search icon (on top). Search for “German Stories | Learn German with Stories”, and tap on our podcast. Once you're there, scroll down to "Ratings & Reviews", and tap "Write a Review" (or log in first). Write us something nice and give us 5 stars :-)
Get to know people, chat online & irregular modal verbs: können/müssen/mögen, enumeration in a sentence. Paul is flirting with Laura online. He messes up the online flirt and is annoyed about it. That’s when he gets a message from Meili. What does Meili want from Paul? What's in the message? Can Paul straighten out his flirt with Laura again? Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/13-paul-schreibt-mit-laura-chat-online-modal-verbs German Stories starts from zero, and leads you to your goal in small steps It's not difficult to create a learning story and jump to complicated grammatical structures early on, just so the author doesn't have a hard time writing. But it's very difficult to fit your writing into a well structured teaching plan, so that the student doesn't have too much trouble learning German. We did it the hard way. Hard for us, easy for you: Luckily there's only a little bit of grammar per episode for you to learn. If you're curious about our motivations behind putting in so much effort, go to german-stories.com/the-best-way-to-learn-german Connect with us: FACEBOOK: facebook.com/LearnGermanWithStories TWITTER: twitter.com/_germanstories INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/german.stories.official Here's how to get YOUR NAME on the next German Stories episode: This link might help to find us on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/32tKQgF If not, launch the Apple Podcast app on your iPhone / iPad and tap the search icon (on top). Search for “German Stories | Learn German with Stories”, and tap on our podcast. Once you're there, scroll down to "Ratings & Reviews", and tap "Write a Review" (or log in first). Write us something nice and give us 5 stars :-)
Express eating preferences, decide on different options and prices & irregular verbs: wollen/heißen/möchten, modal particle 'doch'. Anna and Meili meet Paul in town. Meili had asked him in her message if he wants to eat together. That's why she wanted Paul's phone number from Anna earlier. She wants to thank him for the help, and invites both of them for dinner. While they think about what to eat, a message from Fritz arrives: he’ll be there soon, too. Has Fritz caught the Großkauf thieves yet? Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/14-schnitzel-oder-pizza-irregular-verbs We got something for YOU Grammar, and vocabulary drills can make your life easier. Do you know what's also great for your German learning? The hints and learning tips on the German Stories website! Why not try them out for FREE? Just go to german-stories.com Connect with us: FACEBOOK: facebook.com/LearnGermanWithStories TWITTER: twitter.com/_germanstories INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/german.stories.official Here's how to get YOUR NAME on the next German Stories episode: This link might help to find us on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/32tKQgF If not, launch the Apple Podcast app on your iPhone / iPad and tap the search icon (on top). Search for “German Stories | Learn German with Stories”, and tap on our podcast. Once you're there, scroll down to "Ratings & Reviews", and tap "Write a Review" (or log in first). Write us something nice and give us 5 stars :-)
Name and order meals & irregular verbs: wissen/nehmen/helfen/sollen. While waiting for the food in the restaurant, Paul reveals he was late for work the other day. Next time, he'll be fired, says his boss. Fritz arrives and says the hunt for the Großkauf thieves will end soon. He can't give away any details. He says that Tim is also coming soon. Anna groans at Tim's name. Something must have happened at the wedding... But what? Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/15-ich-nehme-das-schnitzel-irregular-verbs-order-meals Dynamic transcripts On our German Stories website, you can see the meaning of every single word in each episode. Just tap on it! You can also activate whole sentence translation for better understanding. Try it out now for FREE at german-stories.com Learn German while you play with words, pictures, and audio! The Immersive Learning Mini App on the German Stories website will teach you the words and phrases from each lesson in a smart way using spaced repetition to make sure you don't forget them. It keeps track of how good you know every word, and schedules when to review it again. And it mixes up the ways in which it teaches you: multiple choice, single flashcards, order the words, listen and write - you name it! Try it out now for FREE at german-stories.com Connect with us: FACEBOOK: facebook.com/LearnGermanWithStories TWITTER: twitter.com/_germanstories INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/german.stories.official Here's how to get YOUR NAME on the next German Stories episode: This link might help to find us on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/32tKQgF If not, launch the Apple Podcast app on your iPhone / iPad and tap the search icon (on top). Search for “German Stories | Learn German with Stories”, and tap on our podcast. Once you're there, scroll down to "Ratings & Reviews", and tap "Write a Review" (or log in first). Write us something nice and give us 5 stars :-)
Explain a situation, give advice, make it up with somebody & irregular verbs: sprechen/essen/treffen, modal particles ‚denn‘ and ‚ja‘. Tim arrives at the restaurant, and it turns out that Paul wasn't invited to his sister's wedding because he doesn't really know her anyway. Tim must have behaved embarrassingly at the wedding. But Anna is apparently no longer angry. Paul talks about his online date Laura. Anna and Meili propose a housewarming party and Paul should invite her. Can Paul convince Laura of himself? Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/16-eine-party-super-idee-modal-particles-denn-ja German Stories is the first podcast that combines all of these 3 features: Firstly, we pick you up at your level, starting from zero. Secondly, we lead you to your goal in small steps. There is a constant, low amount of new words, and only a small piece of grammar in each lesson. This way, you don't get overwhelmed. Thirdly, we teach you with a full-blown, continuous story. It's a modern audio drama, played by over 30 professional voice actors, designed to always make you want to know what happens next episode! But we're not just a podcast, we're an online learning platform. Check us out for FREE at german-stories.com Connect with us: FACEBOOK: facebook.com/LearnGermanWithStories TWITTER: twitter.com/_germanstories INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/german.stories.official Here's how to get YOUR NAME on the next German Stories episode: This link might help to find us on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/32tKQgF If not, launch the Apple Podcast app on your iPhone / iPad and tap the search icon (on top). Search for “German Stories | Learn German with Stories”, and tap on our podcast. Once you're there, scroll down to "Ratings & Reviews", and tap "Write a Review" (or log in first). Write us something nice and give us 5 stars :-)
Phone call, give out personal information & modal particle ‚mal‘. Paul thinks about how to invite Laura to his housewarming party. That's when a man from the insurance company calls and asks him questions. We find out more about Paul. He has absolutely no idea what to write Laura. What should he write her? Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/17-paul-telefoniert-modal-particle-mal Dynamic transcripts On our German Stories website, you can see the meaning of every single word in each episode. Just tap on it! You can also activate whole sentence translation for better understanding. Try it out now for FREE at german-stories.com Connect with us: FACEBOOK: facebook.com/LearnGermanWithStories TWITTER: twitter.com/_germanstories INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/german.stories.official Here's how to get YOUR NAME on the next German Stories episode: This link might help to find us on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/32tKQgF If not, launch the Apple Podcast app on your iPhone / iPad and tap the search icon (on top). Search for “German Stories | Learn German with Stories”, and tap on our podcast. Once you're there, scroll down to "Ratings & Reviews", and tap "Write a Review" (or log in first). Write us something nice and give us 5 stars :-)
Greetings and farewells in a text message & irregular verbs: geben/lesen/sehen, modal particle ‚aber‘. Paul is chatting with Laura again. This time he is not so clumsy. He invites her to his housewarming party, and she accepts the invitation. But Paul is unsure: Should he also invite Tim? Maybe Anna wouldn't like that … Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/18-kommt-laura-zur-party-irregular-verbs-modal-particle-aber Our characters DON'T speak at a regular speed, just like native speakers among themselves. Why? They speak natural German. But we put in countless hours of work to direct every voice actor so that he or she speaks a bit slower and more clearly, adapted to the language level. You can always speed up the audio in the app. We believe this is the better way. Just as we believe that at the beginning, training wheels teach a child to ride a bike better than bruises from falls. If you want know why we spent over 1 1/2 years of work before we even published our first lesson, go to german-stories.com/the-best-way-to-learn-german Connect with us: FACEBOOK: facebook.com/LearnGermanWithStories TWITTER: twitter.com/_germanstories INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/german.stories.official Here's how to get YOUR NAME on the next German Stories episode: This link might help to find us on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/32tKQgF If not, launch the Apple Podcast app on your iPhone / iPad and tap the search icon (on top). Search for “German Stories | Learn German with Stories”, and tap on our podcast. Once you're there, scroll down to "Ratings & Reviews", and tap "Write a Review" (or log in first). Write us something nice and give us 5 stars :-)
Informal salutations and complimentary closes in full messages like emails & sentence structure with “tecamolo”, make a comparison and express a contrast. Paul sends an invitation for his housewarming party in the group chat. Everybody is excited. Meili should come, too, and join the group. He also invites Tim, and pokes fun at him: He should only drink milk so that he doesn't embarrass himself again. Tim answers: “You can celebrate alone”. Is he not coming after all? Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/19-danke-fuer-die-einladung-german-sentence-structure-tecamolo Boost your German online! At German Stories, we have speaking, reading, listening, and writing exercises. And there is a lesson plan with progress tracker. It's all right here at german-stories.com Connect with us: FACEBOOK: facebook.com/LearnGermanWithStories TWITTER: twitter.com/_germanstories INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/german.stories.official Here's how to get YOUR NAME on the next German Stories episode: This link might help to find us on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/32tKQgF If not, launch the Apple Podcast app on your iPhone / iPad and tap the search icon (on top). Search for “German Stories | Learn German with Stories”, and tap on our podcast. Once you're there, scroll down to "Ratings & Reviews", and tap "Write a Review" (or log in first). Write us something nice and give us 5 stars :-)
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Alyassamih

easy and slow for beginners thanks

May 4th
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