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We're halfway through the Coffee Break German Magazine Season 3! In Episode 5 we listen to a text about the Habsburg dynasty and its legacy. We hear lots of new vocabulary and grammar points which Mark and Andrea explain along the way. Be sure to lis... more
Welcome to another episode of the Coffee Break German Magazine! This time, our hosts, Mark and Andrea, focus on a text about the Hanse (a trade/military network of cities between the 12th and 17th century) and the Hanseatic cities of Germany. We disc... more
We're back with another episode of the Coffee Break German Magazine! We're talking football this week, specifically the highest professional German football league. As we learn how the league works, we focus on some interesting language points includ... more
I’ve always tried to learn languages in the past by learning vocabulary and phrases and just repeating them, but always gave up because i found it difficult to understand the language and make my own sentences. I’m lightly learning german while juggling school, and I definitely have learned more in the first 16 lessons of coffee break german than any language learning software Ive used in the past. They go through simple phrases in the first few episodes to explaining the grammar behind them so ... more
This podcast is great for beginners who want to learn German! It’s helped me a lot and I like that it teaches listeners useful phrases for traveling to German speaking countries. This show also really helps demystify the often confusing grammar cases. I love the hosts too! Strongly recommend.
the narrators are very nice and fun to listen to, they have multiple topics, they teach German while teaching culture. It's really nice to listen while on a coffee break.
I like to use different tactics to learn German because when someone explains something one way I may not understand, but will understand it when someone else explains it. Coffee Break German brings those together. I love the short format, the grammar and culture integrations and the graduated learning approach. Thanks for this amazing podcast
I have tried several ways to learn German and the Coffee Break series has been the best. The progression is at a reasonable pace. There are lots of review sessions which help reinforce learning. The grammar breaks help me understand what’s happening unlike Rosetta Stone where you are left on your own to figure out grammar rules.
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