|from sarah23gymnast 20.06.2007 (19:33)|
this is really hard...how long does it take to learn the language fluently?
|from admin 20.06.2007 (19:37)|
German certainly isn't the easiest language you can learn. But I think the key is regular practice, so don't give up. :)
|from Stardenver 06.09.2007 (23:35)|
and if you need some help, just ask! Wir helfen dir sehr gerne weiter :)
|from GabrielleF 08.12.2007 (22:14)|
i'm living in germany at the moment and when i asked about learning german, a friend told me it takes thre days to learn english, 30 days to learn french and 30 years to learn german
|from admin 08.12.2007 (22:16)|
haha.. thats a good one :)
|from borka 31.01.2008 (21:53)|
Hi to everybody:) my sister have never learned English at the school and succeeded to learn Deutsch in very short time. She is living now in Austria. So, if you are interested you will learn for sure. regards to everyone!!!!!
|from Angeleski 27.02.2008 (01:38)|
German grammer is so hard!
I shall learn!
|from seasoned 23.04.2008 (16:09)|
You're KIDDING, right? German can require like a whole other way of thinking. Sometimes, you don't have any idea what is being said until the end of a sentence! There is declension, and just about every construct you have in English thrown on top of THAT! SO, don't expect it to happen over night.
|from GFeulner 10.06.2008 (20:30)|
"it takes three days to learn english, 30 days to learn french and 30 years to learn german."
- Mark Twain
|from javachip 12.06.2008 (05:56)|
Sarah - JUST KNOW YOU'RE NOT ALONE! And gymnast to gymnast... we of all people know that practice indeed makes PROFICIENT! In addition to this website I also listen to FREE German podcasts I download from itunes. I listen to them while I do my boring cardio sessions. The best I've found so far is one called Germanpod101.com Look it up on itunes.
|from maverick 30.06.2008 (00:02)|
I've been trying for 3 years now to learn this damn language :D
|from carmonafan55 30.06.2008 (18:43)|
German is really hard but if you work hard for a year you'll get it. Oyou can do a online course (it quicker).
|from TheFoze 04.07.2008 (22:33)|
I've been studying it for about 10 years...more actively in the last 4 or so....but I still would not call myself necessarily fluent, and I have even lived and studied in Germany for about a year. I think it really depends on the topic of conversation. One thing I have found in my studies is that to really understand advanced lessons in order to become fluent, a strong grasp of english grammer is very useful if not necessary.
|from jakemittle 11.07.2008 (16:23)|