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American Association of Teachers of German __ "Professional development, materials, web resources for German language teachers." - From - 


"The Awful German Language" by Mark Twain __ Lighten up a bit and laugh. - From -

BBC - Languages - Learn German __ You will find information for beginner and advanced. - illustrated - From BBC -

E. L. Easton - Languages - German __ This site includes courses, grammar, links to practice materials in all four modalities, and much more. - From - 

English-German Dictionary of Common Computing Terms __ You will find English to German translations of computer terms.- From - 

German for Beginners __ Language learning site that contains exercises, real audio, and self tests. - illustrated - From - 
German Language __ Scroll down past all the ads to view writing samples, translations, listen to sound samples, and read an introduction of the German language. From - 



German language __ "Worldwide, German accounts for the most written translations into and from a language. Furthermore it belongs to the three most learned and to the ten most spoken languages worldwide." You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - illustrated - From wikipedia -


German Language Guide __ Use links on the left side of the page to access a lot of information about the German language. - From -


German Tongue Twisters __ German students may want to try any of the over two hundred tongue twisters found here. An English translation is provided for each one. From Michael Reck -


German Tutorials Index: Basic Phrases, Vocabulary and Grammar __ Free online lessons and resources. - From -  

History of the German Language __ "The history of the German language as separate from common West Germanic begins in the Early German Middle Ages with the High German consonant shift. Old High German, Middle High German and Early Modern High German span the duration of the Holy Roman Empire. The 19th and 20th centuries saw the rise of Standard German and a decrease of dialectal variety." an encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - from wikipedia - 




Learn German - German Language Lessons - Speak German - Deutsch __ "Free German lessons and language resources for students, teachers, and lovers of German - including quizzes, sound files, teaching ideas..." - From -


Learn German language words free online -learning to speak German ... __ Free online German lessons. - From -

Living Language __ Going to Germany? A place to help you to learn many different German words. They offer vocabulary divided into categories and you can try as many as you like. - From - 

Low German Dictionary __ A Dictionary that translates from English to the German dialect of "Plautdietsch," or Low German. - From -




Resources for German Language and Literature __ Index of resources online and off. - From -

A Short History Of The German Language __ "Many questions in newsgroups devoted to the German language deal with regional or historic varieties of German. Often they cannot be answered without a brief explanation of the history of the German language. This article attempts to present the basic facts without going into detail; it is therefore often an oversimplification." Simplification, or not, a good resource about the history of the German Language and Germany. - From Helmut Richter - 

Vocabulary Training Exercises __ Training exercises to help you improve your German. You will find sections on topics such as verbs, animals, useful words, adjectives, and many other categories. - From - 


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