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Couchpotato – Learn German at home

Easily learn and practice your German during the quarantine-induced screen time from home with our free digital offers, exercises and games.

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Deutsch für dich

The community of Deutsch für dich (German for you) offers a number of different exercises (levels A1-C2) for learning German for free. People learning German can exchange ideas with each other in groups and forums.

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German at work

Practice German for your job (levels A1-B2). In interviews and films you will learn more about everyday working life in Germany and be able to solve tasks related to different professional situations.

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Mein Weg nach Deutschland

On the website, migrants can find videos, language exercises (levels A1-B2) and practical information about Germany to help them settle in Germany.
 

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Deutschland #nofilter

What do I cook when the fridge is empty by the end of the month? How do I save the world by the way? And how do I survive my studies? "Deutschland #nofilter" offers tips, curiosities and funny stories about life in Germany.

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Ticket to Berlin

The video series accompanies six young people, on their way to Berlin, on a journey across Germany. Split into two teams, they face exciting challenges and get to know German cities. German language learners will find exercises (level B1 and above) and material to download for each episode.

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Learn German with Ida

The YouTube channel 24h Deutsch takes you on a journey through a typical day in Germany. Each episode is dedicated to a German learning aspect: from tongue twisters and cursing to the subjunctive II (levels A2/B1)

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Our Street – German in everyday situations

Interactively explore a German road: German language learners can learn about everyday life in Germany in short videos and practice their language skills with exercises (level A1).


Apps – iOS and Android

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Deutschtrainer A1

How do you count in German? What are fruits and vegetables called? How do you tell the time in German? In 10 chapters you can practice vocabulary and structures on topics from everyday life.

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City of Words

The app guides German language learners through a "city of words". In an interactive exchange with other players the learning app uses A1/A2 level vocabulary. The app can be downloaded for free.


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