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Not only will this comprehensive guide show you how to learn German, it will also teach you the history of the language - from the Cherusci and Alemanni to the present day. If you know about the history of German, you'll have a better understanding of the phrases you learn, and this is why Part One of this guide includes 'A Short History of Language' and 'A Short History of German'. You'll find them both useful and interesting.
Despite taking French at school until the age of 18, I was never able to achieve fluency using old-fashioned methods of language learning. Over the past few years, I've settled on a method that makes the process faster, cheaper, and much more enjoyable.
The approach I've taken has helped me to learn Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Catalan, German, and Chinese, and it's an approach I'll continue to use to learn other languages. It's an approach that's helped me to enjoy learning languages, something I didn't think was possible back in school.
This comprehensive guide can do the same for you. It will show you how to learn German in a matter of months, not years, and it will show you how to do it in an affordable and fun way. In fact, you can learn German for nothing more than the price of an internet connection.
Although speaking a new language does not revolutionise how you see the world, the people and cultures it takes you to will. It's almost like discovering the world again as a child, just in a different tongue. It refreshes the mind and can fill you with the impetus to experience different cultures and meet new people. This could be as conveniently as watching German films or reading a Leonie Swann novel in the evening. It could be an experience as spontaneous as chatting with people at a bar in Freiburg, or before a football match in Dortmund. It could even be a whole new life in Austria or Switzerland.
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