German modal verbs without a second verb! Really?

Modal verbs! How much do you know about them? You probably remember a few things things: They are ...

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Boost your German learning in July

Welcome to the July edition of the German Action for Happiness Calendars.  As before, you can if you wish also print ...

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Are you a ‘Muffel’?

Do you know what a Muffel is? Apart from being such a great word what is it? It’s ...

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10 German museums you can visit virtually

It’s disappointing when a trip to Germany doesn’t happen, whether it’s because of the Coronavirus or any other ...

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German composers: Robert Schumann

Robert Schumann (8 June 1810 – 29 July 1856) was a German composer, pianist, and influential music critic. ...

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Boost your German learning in June

Welcome to the June edition of the German Action for Happiness Calendars.  As before, you can if you wish also print ...

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To umlaut or not to umlaut, that is the question

When new studenst learn the German alphabet and come across the umlauts for the first time, they often ...

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How to use the German word ‘weiter’

The German word ‘weiter’ can  have quite a few different meanings. It can be the comparative of ‘weit’ ...

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Auf dem Bahnhof – at the station

The last time we were travelling by train in Germany we nearly missed our last train. There was ...

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Boost your German learning in May

Welcome to the May edition of the German Action for Happiness Calendars.  As before, you can if you wish also print ...

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