Tatiana Maslany’s Disturbing German Fairytales
This is a very basic German learning resource list that I may or may not expand in the future. As a German learner myself, I find these extremely helpful, but I also recommend buying a normal grammar book with exercises. Hueber usually publishes good German textbooks, which are used even in such places as Goethe Institut.
- 1000 words of elementary German
- Beginner German
- Intermediate German
- Advanced German
- Vocabulary Builder
pronouncing the sounds
tackling that grammar
- Beginner’s Grammar Cheat Sheet [PDF]
- Extensive Grammar Cheat Sheet in Tabular Form
- A Review of German Grammar
- A Whole Website on German Grammar [with exercises]
YouTube channels to fool your inner procrastinator
- Get Germanised [includes German word of the day, German fairytale readings, everyday blogs about life in Germany, tons of videos about slang, even more videos about German culture, etc.]
- Deutsch Für Euch [pretty much similar to the one above, but the focus is on grammar, pronunciation and vocabulary]
texts in German, because reading is also important
Q:Alter ich liebe dein Blog. Ich bin nicht Deutscher, aber ich war ein Gastschueler in Deutschland. Warst du auch eine?
Danke. Nein, ich bin eine Student in Amerika , ich bin aus Vietnam. Ich möchte in Deutschland in der Zukunft studieren.
Q:Hey, I'm from Germany and just love your blog. I never notice, that our humor is such so strange 8"D Again other language, we can put words together, to create a new word like "Löwen"(lions) and "Zahn"(teeth) is "Löwenzahn" (a plant). Sorry for my english. Good Job! :D
Danke, I like you guys humor too. I have a friend from Dortmund and I love how she delivers jokes with just plain face while other trying to figure out if she’s serious or just joking. absolutely love it.