German Hacks – Fair Languages

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With the German Hacks minimal effort maximum effect approach you’ll be able to concentrate on the important points of effectively speaking German. We hack the language, take out the parts that you won’t need most of the time or that are simply not efficient. Instead we will learn simple concepts and rules of thumb that will get you through everyday conversations easily.German Hacks is for the 80% of learners who simply want to communicate in German and don’t have the objective to become a specialist in German studies not to say the next Goethe or Schiller. And if you think about it, this is also true for most Germans.

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http://fairlanguages.com
Description
Celebrating Multilingualism
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2017-01-16 15:43
last episode published
2012-10-02 11:09
publication frequency
9.28 days
Contributors
Kirsten Winkler | Fair Languages author   owner  
Explicit
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Number of Episodes
7
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Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
2.10.2012

German Hacks Episode 6 – Umgangs- und Jugendsprache

In this episode of German Hacks Kirsten gives you some more examples of colloquial German language, Umgangs- und Jugendsprache.The post German Hacks Episode 6 – Umgangs- und Jugendsprache appeared first on Fair Languages.
Kirsten Winkler | Fair Languages author
14.09.2012

German Hacks Episode 5 – Colloquial German is Geil

Today, I’d like to give you an introduction to colloquial German or as we call it in German die Umgangssprache. As an example I explain the use of geil.The post German Hacks Episode 5 – Colloquial German is Geil appeared first on Fair Languages.
Kirsten Winkler | Fair Languages author
7.09.2012

German Hacks Episode 4 – More German Stereotypes

Here we are with stereotypes once again, and today I would like to talk about some things about German people and their culture that I consider to be true.The post German Hacks Episode 4 – More German Stereotypes appeared first on Fair Languages.
Kirsten Winkler | Fair Languages author
28.08.2012

German Hacks Episode 3 – German Stereotypes

Now you might wonder what stereotypes have to do with hacking the German language. I think that language and culture are closely related.The post German Hacks Episode 3 – German Stereotypes appeared first on Fair Languages.
Kirsten Winkler | Fair Languages author
21.08.2012

German Hacks Episode 2 – German Perfect Tense with sein or haben?

In this episode of German Hacks Kirsten shows you how you know if you need to use sein or haben in the German Perfect Tense.The post German Hacks Episode 2 – German Perfect Tense with sein or haben? appeared first on Fair Languages.
Kirsten Winkler | Fair Languages author
14.08.2012

German Hacks Episode 1 – Hacking the Past Tense in German

As promised in last week’s episode, today we are going to hack the past tense in German. You get two hacks for written and spoken German.The post German Hacks Episode 1 – Hacking the Past Tense in German appeared first on Fair Languages.
Kirsten Winkler | Fair Languages author
7.08.2012

German Hacks Episode 0 – Introduction

The German Hacks minimal effort maximum effect approach enables you to concentrate on the important points of effectively speaking German.The post German Hacks Episode 0 – Introduction appeared first on Fair Languages.
Kirsten Winkler | Fair Languages author