More than 100 million people speak German as their native tongue. German has a rich history in the Western world and is, along with Latin, the mother language of English. Find the best online resources for teaching German and learning German with the Learning German Web Guide.
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The sites in this section can help you in your quest for learning conversational and advanced German. Become more fluent as you practice using the language.
- If you have the money and the time, consider studying abroad for several weeks or longer in an immersion school—it’s the best way to learn a language the way native speakers use it. Central Europe is the place to go, and you’ll find resources below to help you get there.
- Perusing German magazines and newspapers, online or off, can help drive home your learning. Try Germany’s most popular magazine, Bild, to keep up with popular German culture.
For conversational German …
provides interactive games that test vocabulary and phrase recognition using audio and video. Most of the site is dedicated to beginner and intermediate speakers.
interactive course has hundreds of hours of practice for those who have a foundation in German. The site requires free registration and it’s very easy to use. Lessons include video, audio and written resources.
For advanced German …
is the most recognized German resource on the Web. Browse news in German or switch to the English version using the dropdown menu at the top right of the page.
To study German abroad …
helps users find language and academic resources by subject, country and city.
allows you to search for specific programs to immerse yourself in learning a language. Use the left navigation bar to search by country or get a price quote by entering more specific information.
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