Conversation comes easy in your native tongue, but even when delving into German books, podcasts, lessons and guides, you may find it a little tricky to transition that knowledge into everyday conversation—particularly as an adult with a busy schedule.
I’m here to tell you that it’s never too late to gain the expertise to chat with your best friend about the last episode of “Modern Family” in German.
Once again, as an adult, hurdles with finances and obligations come into play.
So what are some resources and tips for making this trip a reality?
All it takes is a dedicated focus, and some of the best tools online—which we will cover in-depth right here.
Those darned kids are always getting the benefit of the doubt.
They’re mostly the same as in English, of course, but we’ll go through letter by letter and see how to pronounce them. Heck, I could chat about “Star Wars” each and every day.What about discussing the most recent book you’re reading?After that, we’ll get into some letter combinations that may I normally teach English to Spanish speakers, but when they hear that I also occasionally teach German, most seem to say something like, “Wow, German is so hard, though, isn’t it? ”I don’t know if that is just the effect of the memes talking, but I’m not exactly sure where they get this idea.German quite a bit more complicated than English grammar in many senses.