Foreign Horror Tips!

Here’s some foreign-language suggestions for the spooky season – boost your listening skills while enjoying some scares… Dark A German Netflix production which portrays life in an isolated small town where various children have gone missing over the decades… could it have something to do with the power plant? Or with what lies beneath it? Low-Medium Spooky Los Ojos de Julia (Julia’s Eyes) Spanish thriller about a … Continue reading Foreign Horror Tips!

Wondering how to take your language to the next level?

If you have made your way past the travel phrases and greetings to an intermediate language level, well done! Maybe you’re wondering how to keep the momentum going – if so, this post is for you. The intermediate stage of a language is pretty fabulous, because you can have a conversation and month on month you can improve very quickly. Later on, there’s a bit … Continue reading Wondering how to take your language to the next level?

Language Tips of the Week

Hola a todos und hallo zusammen! I have a handful of tips from my learning this week which will fit neatly enough into one post: my new favourite Spanish resources, and some real bad German words (i.e. DENGLISCH). Entonces, el fin de semana que viene, voy a viajar a Madrid! Estoy muy emocionante para practicar el idioma y, ademas, para compartir mi experiencia con vosotros. Pero … Continue reading Language Tips of the Week

Don’t know what to read auf Deutsch?

I started reading in German a couple of years ago, and with each book it gets easier. You acquire vocabulary of course, but once I had one or two novels under my belt I felt more relaxed, confident and better able to properly lose myself in the fiction. As mentioned before, if you are beginner-intermediate, you can totally start with translations of your favourite children’s … Continue reading Don’t know what to read auf Deutsch?