Learn German on the go with the Goethe-Institut’s vocabulary trainer app. The Goethe-Institut’s new mobile vocabulary trainer helps you to practise and improve your German by adding new words to your vocabulary even on the go.
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.
Practise German for your job – free of charge! These exercises for skill levels A1 to B2 will show you what it’s like to work in Germany through interviews, films, and more. You’ll gain not only language skills, but also the answers to important cultural questions – for example: how many days of paid leave do people in Germany get?
Deutschlandlabor investigates common prejudices and cliches about Germany and presents a lively picture of the country.
The web portal for immigrants, with German exercises (levels A1 to B2), videos and information about life in Germany in 30 languages.
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