Millions of people learn German, but only a very small percentage of learners can actually speak it fluently. Why is that?
People in general are quick to point out that some are naturally built more than others to learn German and other languages. This is not necessarily true, however, since we have all come to learn and speak our native language fluently.
If you find yourself overwhelmed trying to memorize thousands of German grammar rules and vocabulary words or struggling to speak German with native speakers, try this audiobook! This is not a basic German for beginners textbook designed to teach German but an audiobook that will teach you how to learn German the smart way and get you to fluency faster using highly effective language-learning methods and techniques.
There are hundreds of German language coursebooks, German short-stories books, and basic German-for-beginners textbooks out there, but without smart language-learning techniques and strategies, you are likely to forget what you have studied and reviewed, especially during a conversation. There is an easier and more fun way to build your overall German language ability.
In How to Get Really Good at German, discover how you can easily conquer German language learning using highly effective methods and strategies used by polyglots (language-learning experts). These methods and techniques can even be used to learn German grammar, phrases, and vocabulary from TV shows, videos, music, and video games.
Learn German smarter and faster starting today!
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.
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- Paula Dalglish
If you are interested in learning to speak the German language this book has some excellent ideas about how you can achieve your learning goals, without finding yourself stuck in the pages of a textbook.
This book is brief and gets straight to the point but I personally feel that it requires more than one listen in order to fully understand a couple of the reccomend exercises.