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Innovative German Learning Kit

Fri, 09 Feb 2018 09:49:56 +0000

Complete learning system with audio, video + mobile apps

Beginner to advanced levels alike can enjoy the Innovative German kit.

Its broad resource material and modern learning tools give you an excellent online+mobile way to learn German.

Learn German quickly for travel + business

This fun method plus modern platform immerses you in the German language, just what you need to achieve your goals for travel, business, family and other needs.

Self-testing + progress reports

Access ongoing self-assessment and progress tracking tools.

Here, now + on-the-go

Enjoy a web and mobile based whole.

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Online German Audio Flashcard Learning System with Games + Dictionary

Tue, 13 Oct 2015 03:55:02 +0000

Audio-Visual German language learning system

Learn with Oliver for German, a custom system for German learners, focuses on quick familiarity with words and sentences using audio flashcards.

Manage + learn German vocabulary with existing/custom lists

Existing multimedia vocabulary lists can be used right away. The ability to create personal lists of words and sentences on-the-fly makes this resource useful for German students of all levels.

Integrated German dictionary + annotations

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Free "Real Life" German Language Learning Videos with Bilingual Subtitles (English and German)

Fri, 27 Feb 2015 10:55:06 +0000

Free German Language Learning Videos with a Twist

Easy German is a fresh and fun German language education concept that provides you with free videos of real life German.

All videos include German and German subtitles so you can follow along with the interviews and improve your listening and reading skills simultaneously.

Watch, read along and learn as the Easy German team hits the streets to interview people in German on a growing variety of topics.

All for free!

Why Easy German is Useful

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Free German Language Audio Course: Downloadable Podcast for Beginner (A1) to Intermediate (B1) Levels

Mon, 29 Sep 2014 02:45:48 +0000

Download a Free German Audiocast from Deutsche Welle and the Goethe Institut

The Deutsch - warum nicht? podcast is the result of a joint venture from Deutsche Welle and the Goethe Institut to create a free German audio course for beginner to intermediate learners... back in 1991! As such, some of the content, namely using German Marks as the monetary unit, is slightly dated.

That said, the repacked and freshly released four-part downloadable audio podcast boasts a total of 104 free German lessons with accompanying exercises. The learning material unfolds as a story about a journalism student, Andreas, and his invisible ex-girlfriend.

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Slow German Podcast for Beginner to Intermediate German Students

Fri, 26 Sep 2014 04:54:36 +0000

A Variety of German Podcast Shows for Learning German

Slow German is an absolute beginner to intermediate German language learning podcast. Hosted by Annik Rubens, a native German speaker, this podcast contains high-quality recordings and is updated regularly.

Slow German offers absolute beginner podcasts as well as a host of slowly-spoken shows covering a wide range of topics including Eating & Drinking, Vacations and Celebrations, Friendship and Family, History, Art & Culture, Language and Travel. Additional series include "Ask a German" and a show covering current events in Germany.

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Deutche Welle's Free German Course Online

Wed, 27 Mar 2013 19:05:25 +0000

Free German Course from Deutche Welle

It has been quite some time (back in 2006!) since we originally wrote about a couple of Deutsche Welle's German learning resources, and much has changed since. So much, in fact, that it's time for another write-up of their free online German course and multimedia learning materials.

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Learn German Online: Easy, Quick, Fun (Plus Apps!)

Mon, 12 Sep 2011 19:56:10 +0000

Have Fun Learning German Fast

Busuu German offers German learners a dynamic combination of online lessons, language exchange and mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Android.

Busuu offers many of their features for free :) This includes picture-based vocabulary training, writing exercises, reading comprehension exercises, video chat, interactive exams and a bustling community for social exchange in German.

The Busuu system allows you to keep a track record of your German studies and mark your progress as you complete each lesson. You can work through your lessons at any time, enabling you to fit your study schedule into your daily life however you choose.

Find Friends and Practice or Exchange

read more GermanPod101 Learn German Podcast with Audio+Video Lessons, Flashcards, Quizzes, Cultural Info, Learning Center

Thu, 05 Nov 2009 15:23:38 +0000

German speaking girl is eating hot dog in Prater, Vienna, Austria Thomas Abbs Update! Much has changed since this article was originally published. Have a look at the latest review of GermanPod101. Summary From beginner to advanced levels, GermanPod101 is an excellent, all-around online environment for learning German. The Pod101 platform, method and technology provide the necessary tools to get you immersed in the German language and achieve the goals you desire and/or require. Since GermanPod101 is web-based, you can access your personal German Learning Center from anywhere, and it's really easy to download the podcasts and put them on your mp3 player (iPod, Zune, etc) or mobile phone to take them with you for practice and learning on the go. One of the most important things when learning a language is good content - and GermanPod101 has this, and a steady flow of it. This constant flow of fresh content regards cultural aspects of German you will want to know, interesting tidbits about navigating in German society (whether on vacation or living abroad), practical information about getting by and much more. Your German Learning Center brings together audio podcast lessons, lesson notes and checklists, transcripts, PDFs, video lessons, vocabulary training with flashcards and quizzes plus a German dictionary, grammar bank, a verb reference and plenty more. And if you enjoy asking questions and learning from and helping other learners, a forum is available for all users. It's simple to try it for free and upgrade if it works for you. From Website At GermanPod101, our goal is to make learning the German language easy and fun, while also incorporating culture and current issues into our lessons. We believe that the more you speak, the quicker you learn, so we have designed our program to get you speaking right away. Situational German is heavily stressed, and our team role plays various situations to demonstrate the proper form of German to use when speaking with friends, customers, executives, and so-on. Knowing the proper form to use separates good speakers from great speakers. was developed with the hope of showing the world how fun and easy learning German can be. Here at, we truly believe that learning can be fun, while at the same time convenient. We know how busy you are and that each day brings unexpected surprises. That is exactly why we bring the lessons to you and let you decide when they start. Our innovative, fun, and easy to use language learning system is designed to get you speaking and interacting from the very first lesson. Learn German at your own convenience and pace with short, effective, fun daily lessons and a comprehensive, state-of-the-art Learning Center that provides you with the tools to take your German to the next level! Our interactive learning system consists of free daily audio podcast lessons, accompanying PDF materials, a Premium Learning Center, and a vibrant user community. Our Method offers a unique learning experience that cannot be found in conventional classrooms. In addition to offering lessons that can be completed on your own time, we approve all of the content we release through a government certified German teacher. Here are just a few of the revolutionary advantages of our method: Exposure to native speakers and many different kinds of voices and speaking styles… aims to have you speaking German after just one lesson! Our lessons focus on pronunciation and listening comprehension, so [...] Pukka German Podcast, German Slang, Colloquial German, Idioms, Funny German Sayings for Intermediate to Advanced

Tue, 30 Sep 2008 17:37:46 +0000

German ladies who are using German slang in Hofburg, Vienna, Austria Cha già José About Pukka German Pukka German a free audio podcast for intermediate to advanced German learners. The Pukka German podcast focuses on real-life German, including colloquial German, slang, German idioms and funny German sayings. A few example podcast topics are Oktoberfest, Gobsmacked, Money, Party and Like Clockwork. The lesson audio, podcast transcripts and vocabulary lists are totally free and there is an option to become a pro member to gain access to online quizzes for a reasonable price. Pukka German is vibrant and filled with useful content for people that want to learn the kind of German language that is used in everyday life. The podcast production quality is that of proper studio recordings and the website is quite colorful as well. Overall, this is an excellent, vibrant, relatively new podcast for students of German. Bravo Lisa and Tyler! From Who is Pukka German for? Our German podcast is aimed at independent learners of German of all ages from intermediate to advanced levels. Whether you are a student, business professional or a language afficionado you will find plenty of useful material on the site to help you speak more fluent and interesting German. We do not teach beginner German so you will need to have the German basics under your belt already to get the most from our German podcast and online quizzes. Pukka German Inspiration On arrival in Freiburg, I realised that in order to properly integrate and enjoy living out here, I was going to have to learn German. Immediately I devoted considerable energy to learning the German basics as quickly as possible. I used language learning software, CDs, a multitude of books, online resources and also took German language classes. In fact Lisa was quite taken aback by my motivation and she worried that I had some kind of compulsive disorder that she'd failed to pick up on during our time in Scotland! On arrival in Freiburg, I realised that in order to properly integrate and enjoy living out here, I was going to have to learn German. Immediately I devoted considerable energy to learning the German basics as quickly as possible. I used language learning software, CDs, a multitude of books, online resources and also took German language classes. In fact Lisa was quite taken aback by my motivation and she worried that I had some kind of compulsive disorder that she'd failed to pick up on during our time in Scotland! Unfortunately, I soon noticed that the language I learnt from text books was very different to the colourful language that I heard being used socially. It frustrated me that despite all the time and energy I'd invested to improve my German, I battled to understand what seemed to be the most entertaining conversations. I also felt cramped in my ability to express my personality and bring humour into conversation. It didn't take much to realise that it was the idiomatic language, the colloquial expressions and equally important, the German slang that I was missing. Fortunately for me, I had Lisa who not only did me the favour of speaking with me in German from my first week here, but she also explained many of the useful German expressions, that my private studies hadn't exposed me to. This obvious difference between textbook German and the language used by a large percentage of the Germans I was meeting is what inspired the creation of the Pukka German podcas[...]

Radio Lingua's A Flavour of German Podcast Teaches German Idioms (Idiomatic Expressions) via Audio Lessons

Fri, 27 Jun 2008 16:45:21 +0000

Boys ready for Radio Lingua's session in Berlin
Ellen Munro


A Flavor of German is a series of free brief podcasts by Radio Lingua Network that teach useful German idiomatic expressions. Lessons already exist with idioms for such concepts as weather, time, colors and being tired, with more episodes coming fortnightly.

The free audio lessons are good, and if you would like transcripts of the lessons plus additional materials, you can purchase the whole series from Radio Lingua for about $15 USD.

From Website

We're delighted to introduce the latest series in the range of language learning materials from the Radio Lingua Network. A Flavour of German will help you to 'spice up your German' by teaching you idiomatic German phrases and helping to increase your range of expression. In the show the tables are turned on Coffee Break Spanish teacher Mark, who is aiming to improve his German, ably assisted by teacher Julia from One Minute German. Join Julia and Mark in fortnightly episodes and spice up your German with Radio Lingua.

Visit A Flavour of German Podcast One Minute Languages German Podcast Introduction to Basic Greetings and Key Travel Phrases

Sat, 31 May 2008 17:48:04 +0000

A cat can be already tired after One Minute Languages German podcast introduction
Golf Resort Achental Team


One Minute Languages German is a series of ten short and sweet German language lessons that last only a few minutes each. Created by Radio Lingua Network, this podcast is a great way to get a very basic introduction to German phrases and greetings that will be of use to any traveler exploring Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Liechtenstein.

Also available through the site are pre-packed downloads of the lessons for a nominal fee.

From Website

Welcome to One Minute Languages where you can learn the basics of a language in a matter of minutes. Perhaps you have friends who speak another language, or maybe you're going to be travelling to a country where the language is spoken. The most important thing to remember is that even a few phrases of a language can help you make friends and get much more out of your travel experience.

One Minute Languages will introduce you to a new language from scratch. Each language features ten lessons and each lesson is only a couple of minutes long, so there's no excuse! Join our teachers as they introduce new languages and cover greetings, talking about names, saying you understand or don't understand, counting and making friends.

Remember, One Minute Language courses are very basic introductions - taster courses which give you a feel for a new language. But even with just a few phrases you can make a great impression on your friends or the people you meet while you're travelling.

Visit One Minute Language German.

Deutsche Welle Miro Player for Instant Access to DW's Audio and Video Content in German, English and More

Fri, 04 Apr 2008 15:49:19 +0000


German language learners and lovers delight! Deutsche Welle (German Public Radio) and Miro have teamed up to create a fabulous and free video player that smoothly and effortlessly brings together loads of Deutsche Welle's German (and English and more) video and audio content into one easy to use player that can run on Linux, Mac and Windows.

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Café Café Babel Local European News Magazine in German and 6 Other Languages

Thu, 13 Mar 2008 19:49:14 +0000

A German colourful typewriter from Linz will help you learn a language
Ralph Aichinger


Café Babel is a multilingual European political, economic and cultural news magazine published by over 20 local teams in many EU countries. The site has news, cultural and linguistic goodies in several European languages.

The growing network of local teams that makes up Café Babel are European youths interested in and focused on trans-European world affairs, politics, society, economy and culture.

From Website is made up of a network of local teams across Europe. Bringing together young people from across the continent, this network aims to contribute to the construction of pan-European public opinion through the magazine.

The local teams are’s backbone. Their function? To propose subjects for issues, articles and interviews; to recruit writers and translators; to promote; and to organise ‘café debates’ and events. Interested in setting up a local team? German LingQ Podcast with Free iTunes iPod MP3 Audio using Linguist Method by Steve Kaufmann

Thu, 28 Feb 2008 22:25:58 +0000

A smiling native German speaking woman in Langenzersdorf, Lower Austria, Austria Claus Rebler Summary The LingQ language-learning platform is among the most intentionally-created foreign language education products available. Developed by reknowned polyglot linguist Steve Kaufmann and company, LingQ is an excellent way to learn German using materials you choose yourself! In fact, this is where LingQ excels as an educational platform because students can import any license-free content they want to base their lessons around. This means that the students decide what subjects and topics they wish to learn about based on professional needs and/or personal interests. The particular podcast highlighted in this article is GermanLingQ, a roughly weekly podcast with mp3 audio content for German language learners. Transcripts of the podcasts are available through LingQ, and can also serve as learning content themselves. One additional advantage of the LingQ system is that for a single subscription, you can use their web-based platform to learn ten languages (and growing) including Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Swedish. From Website What is GermanLingQ? First of all, the name itself (which is pronounced German Link) needs a little explaining. The first part, “German”, is fairly obvious since we teach German. LingQ is the name of our online learning system which you can find at At LingQ you’ll study many different languages in a fun, community atmosphere. The “Ling” in LingQ comes from the people behind LingQ. Lastly, the “Q” is important because it forms the speech bubble in our logo and throughout our site and because it makes “lingq” sound like “link” (we think!) which is what our system does for you. At GermanLingQ... . we LingQ you to a world of real German content . we LingQ you to our revolutionary learning tools . we LingQ you to a community of fellow German learners Our podcasts may contain interviews, articles, or audiobook excerpts but are most often just general conversations in German. We will usually talk about topics of general interest. Please do send us feedback and topic requests. We’re always happy to hear from you. After you listen to the podcast, sign up for a free account at LingQ ( and study the full transcript using LingQ's revolutionary learning tools. At LingQ, you may also want to submit writing for correction or join live 1 on 1 and group discussions with our tutors. Plus you will find thousands more podcasts with transcript. Come and find out what LingQ is all about! Of course, even if you don’t decide to become a member, you can continue listening to the podcasts as long as you like. Visit [...]

Learn to Speak German with this Free Podcast

Fri, 27 Apr 2007 14:24:06 +0000

A store at lunchtime in Hohensalzburg Castle, Salzburg, Austria
Joe Ross


A cool and interesting podcast that covers a variety of topics such as rock climbing and cycling.

A free transcription of each podcast is provided, which is handy.

From Website

Learn to speak German, to read German and to understand German with this free Podcast from Germany and Switzerland.

Visit Learn to Speak German with this Free Podcast.


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Deutsche Welle News in German

Sat, 03 Feb 2007 03:02:58 +0000

A figure of Austrian composer - Johann Strauss II in Vienna
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Intermediate to advanced learners of German can benefit greatly from reading the news.

In addition, videos are available of the latest news, which is a nice way to practice listening comprehension.

From Website

Deutsche Welle is Germany’s international broadcaster. It carries out its legally defined mission while remaining journalistically independent. DW is Germany’s media visiting card throughout the world.

Visit Deutsche Welle.

Deutsche Welle Top-Thema Mit Vokabeln Podcast

Fri, 01 Dec 2006 21:28:12 +0000

A smiling woman in a park ready for German news in Ernstbrunn, Austria
Claus Rebler

About Top-Thema Mit Vokabeln Podcast

Great for intermediate to advanced learners looking to improve their vocabulary while keeping up on current events.


Catch up on news and learn German at the same time. DW-WORLD.DE offers you up-to-date reports that are easy to understand. The reports are supplemented with vocabulary lists.

You can also download the audio files for the "Slowly Spoken News" in German.

Deutsche Welle Sprachbar Podcast

Fri, 01 Dec 2006 21:03:11 +0000

Magnificent nature in Hinterriss, Tyrol, Austria
Heribert Pohl > 3 million Vie


Sprachbar is a great podcast for people interested in diving into some of the subtleties of German.

From Website

'Sprachbar' is an offering that introduces you to the subtleties and secrets of the German language.

Headlines from daily press, literary quotes, proverbs, figures of speech and grammatical phenomena are explained in detail. Every week there's an entertaining piece to read and listen to.

My German Class Video Podcast

Thu, 05 Oct 2006 21:25:57 +0000

Students having class of German in Wiesbaden
U.S. Army Corps of Engine


This is a humorous and helpful video podcast for beginning to intermediate German learners. Speaking very slowly, Herr Nelson takes learners on a variety of adventures.

English text translation of the German in each podcast is provided.



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Deutsche Welle Slowly Spoken News in German Podcast

Thu, 05 Oct 2006 03:21:33 +0000

A German griffon vulture in Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany
Marcus Holland-Moritz

News at your Speed in German

Slowly Spoken News in German is an outstanding podcast for learners at the intermediate to advanced level.

And with the added text they provide, this is also a great way to improve your German reading as well as listening skills.

From Deutsche Welle

Every day, you can find the newscast from Deutsche Welle's German Service here – slowly read and clearly articulated just for German learners.

Free Web App Service for 10 Languages

Thu, 15 Jan 2015 06:24:14 +0000

A Unique Free Web Service with Apps for Learning Languages is a free service for learning languages based on reading local news (and any other content online) in the target language to acquire new vocabulary.

This service is great if you are already somewhat proficient in the target language as it has a lot of great tools for practicing the vocabulary that you amass while reading on as well as across the Web (via their Chrome browser extension). It is not suitable for total beginners as an introduction to a new language.

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Duolingo: Learn a Language with the World's Most Popular Education App

Fri, 06 Jul 2012 21:10:38 +0000

Play your language lessons like a video game

Duolingo is a language-learning system with a couple of twists:

1) It plays like a video game.

2) While learning languages, you can also help to "unshackle" content on the Web by translating it from the original language it was published in to any of the other available languages on Duolingo.

This app has become wildly popular for many reasons, and people stick with it because it is quite addictive to "play" your way to fluency!

Update on September 28, 2016: Duolingo is now available for 20+ languages.

Setting language learning free

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New iTunes U: Download Educational Podcast Courses to Learn Language with Audio and Video on your iPod for Mobile Learning

Tue, 28 Oct 2008 03:45:14 +0000



Apple recently released a new section of the wildly popular iTunes Store available through their iTunes software. This new section is called iTunes U, and collects podcasts from numerous universities and colleges to make them available for free download to your iPod or other mp3 player, mobile/cell phone, etc.

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