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Practise German free of charge

Here you can find a series of digital, free educational programmes of the Goethe-Institut, that allow you to learn or progress in German from home.

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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 your German for your profession with exercises from level A1 to B2. Through interviews and films you can get insights into everyday working life in Germany.

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Mein Weg nach Deutschland

The website “Mein Weg nach Deutschland” is designed for prospective migrants who have reached the A1 level of language proficiency, which they need to qualify for a visa, in their home country. It aims to facilitate their transition to 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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24h Deutsch
Deutsch lernen mit Ida

Learn German with 24h Deutsch, winner of the  Goethe-Institut competition Deutsch lernen auf YouTube – Zeig uns wie das geht.

Ticket nach Berlin © Goethe-Institut

Ticket nach Berlin

Six candidates, two teams, one goal: Berlin. On their journey through Germany six young learners of German face thrilling challenges.

Our Street – German in everyday situations © Goethe-Institut

Our Street – German in everyday situations

Discover who is living or working here and practise your German.


Apps – iOS and Android

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App – Mein Weg nach Deutschland

Nevin is new in Germany and needs to master a lot of new challenges in her daily life: Getting a bus, starting a new job, signing the right mobile-phone contract, and finding new friends. Help her and learn German playfully.

Deutschtrainer A1 © Goethe-Institut

Deutschtrainer A1

How do you count in German? What are fruits and vegetables called? How do you plan a trip with your friends? 10 chapters guide you through vocabulary and structures on topics of German daily life.

Lern Deutsch

Learn German
City of Words

An Online Game for learners of German at A1-level. In the ficticious "City of Words", you collect new words, use them in short sentences, and you can test your skills in short games with other players.


Games and Quizzes

Quiz: EITHER - OR: TEST YOUR ECO TYPE © Peffermind Games

Either - or: Test your eco type

What eco type are you? Find out while training your German vocabulary.
Our quiz is played against the clock. Repeat the quiz to improve your result.

Game: CO2 calculator: RETHINKING – LEARNING FROM NATURE	© Peffermind Games

CO2 calculator

When it comes to the environment, everyone’s involved. Bike or car? Camping holiday or long-haul flight?

Quiz: AROUNDTHEWORLD © Peffermind Games

QUIZ: AROUNDTHEWORLD

How well do you know your way around? Do you know what’s what? 

Erfindergeist © Pfeffermind

Spirit of Invention

Right or wrong? Even great inventors like Carl Benz, Wilhelm Röntgen and co. have to make decisions on a small and large scale during the course of their lives. Play the game and choose the right direction for them.


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