Learn German with Fun

Learn German with fun!

Sick of boring German textbooks….?

Sleeping over stuffy novels?

So now no worries and stop thinking too much because Germanacharya always gives the pre-eminent solutions to the problems of the learners.

Most of the learners don’t like reading books and novels but learning a language demands reading, listening, and speaking.

So now is the time to start learning German with fun…!!

I know you all are wondering….how can we learn German with fun?

So I’m gonna clear all your questions through this blog.

First of all, stop thinking that German is a nerve-racking language and learn it calmly.

Let’s gain knowledge of the German language with German movies, songs, and podcasts.

Watching movies, listening to songs can never be boring for anyone. So follow this interesting trick to expand your German vocabulary.

Start watching German movies and listening to German songs.

Following are some movies that will make you learn German as easy as ABC.

1.Bibi Blocksberg :- An amazing movie which is about an evil witch who tries to take possession of a crystal ball from the hands of a young and benevolent witch.

2.Nosferatu-Phantom der Nacht:- A breathtaking movie which is about Jonathan Harker who is sent away to Count Dracula’s castle to sell him a house in Virna, where he lives. But Count Dracula is a vampire, an undead ghoul living off men’s blood. Inspired by a photograph of Lucy Harker, Jonathan’s wife, Dracula moves to Virna, bringing with him death.

3.Das Leben der Anderen:- A marvelous movie about, an agent of the secret police, In 1984 East Berlin conducting surveillance on a writer and his lover, finds himself becoming increasingly absorbed by their lives.

4.Almanya: Willkommen in Deutschland:- It is an analysis of the integration of Turkish culture in Germany follows the story of a family headed by patriarch Hussein, who emigrated to Germany in the ’60s.

Following are some movies that will make German for you as easy as ABC.

1.” Da Da Da ” by Trio:– The song is about the end of a relationship when two people realize that they no longer love each other. The song was hit in 30 countries worldwide.

2.” Du hast” by Rammstein:– Although the German phrase does not translate to English, “Du hast” can mean “you have,” but it can also mean “you hate.” Therefore the song has two meanings. One being sort of “You hate me but still want to marry me” (the song is about marriage) and the other being “You want to marry me but I don’t want to.”

3.” Guten Morgen, Sonnenschein” by Nana Mouskouri:- This is the most complex song on the list but it still has used a simple vocabulary and grammar for beginners. The song is about the singer’s desire not to see a fun evening end. She welcomes the rising sun only reluctantly, though the song itself is extremely cheerful.

4.” Der, die, das” from Sesamstraße:- This one is the children’s song. The song rhymes the three main articles, “der, die, das”(the German articles) with three important question words, “wer, wie, was”(who, how, what).

No matter what you choose, but these songs and movies can make your learning easier and comfortable.

Again I’ll say it’s up to you what you choose and how will it make changes in your learning.

For more interesting learning tricks and tactics enroll in Germanacharya and start your journey now with Germanacharya.


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