Greeting in Germany #1

Guten Morgen, today I propose you how to greet people in Germany. Here you go with three ways to greet informally in German: Ciao, Tschüss and Servus. These are the differences: – Ciao is a friendly way to say goodbye to someone, originally it is an Italian word but is liked and used also in the South of Germany. – Tschüss is mostly used in the North of Germany and isn’t liked...

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Tips #2 for learning German

If you follow my blog very likely you are taking German lessons with me. This is great and I’ll help you with grammar, conversation, reading and everything else. But, it’s important that you work on your German learning also outside the lessons. Not only doing homework, you need to get familiar with the sounds of the German. You can listen television, radio, podcast, or simply the...

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Tips on learning German

I found this interesting page. It provides some basic tips to all who are learning German. Don’t forget: Learn nouns with their genders Learning a new language takes time. I would add also: buy a good German-German dictionary.

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News

This is the new NEWS section. I’ll write here any news, about my availability, new courses, any search for students and so on. Hear you soon. Giulia

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