Anyone can learn German
Sunday, August 29th, 2010

Learning German Language can help you learn German in a short period of time. It does not matter whether you’re a student or a senior citizen. It is never too late to learn something new, even something that seems complicate when we first look at it. The important part is to start speaking right away, and an interactive course is just the right thing to help you along.

Why do you want to study German? Students, who learn faster than older people,  might want to visit Germany for an immersion course. It’s always great to visit other countries and get exposed to other cultures, whether you’re young or not so young. Germany is not so different from the US, except it has a much longer history. It was mentioned as early as 56 BC by Julius Caesar after he crossed the Rhine River from Gaul (France) to Germania (Germany). The Rhine is one of the most important rivers in Europe and you probably have heard of its fabulous Castle.

Many of the castles and churches in Germany were severely damaged during the Second World War. They have all be re-built in the original style with one exception – they now have modern conveniences such as running hot and cold water and central heating. Some of the castles have been converted into luxury Hotels.

Wouldn’t it be great to visit some of these castles and converse with Germans in their own tongue? Or you might want to view them from the luxury and comfort of a tour boat. They sail all the way from Basil, Switzerland to Amsterdam, Holland. During the trip you could practice German with the other passengers. You can achieve this with Learning German Language.

Get started with everyday phrases and expressions such as “Guten Tag” (Hello or Hi), “Guten Morgen” (Good morning), “Wie geht es Ihnen” (How are you), “Vielen Dank” (Thank you), “Bitte schön” (You’re welcome). Learning a new language might seem difficult at first, but as you practice every chance you get, you will be surprised at your success. You start out with just a few words, and as you add more words, to your vocabulary, you will soon speak in sentences. Your family and friends will be surprised how well you are doing. Nothing is more fulfilling than being told that you are doing something well.

So go ahead, jump right in, and begin to learn German. Look for Free German words, phrases and expressions on the Learning German Language web site.

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Reform of 1996 and beyond
The German spelling reform of 1996 led to public controversy and considerable dispute.
Some state parliaments (Bundesländer) would not accept it (North Rhine Westphalia and Bavaria). The dispute landed at one point in the highest court, which made a short issue of it, claiming that the states had to decide for themselves and that only in schools could the reform be made the official rule—everybody else could continue writing as they had learned it.
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