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The seven rules No 1

Montag, 30. Mai 2016 13:18

 

Review:  

The 7 Rules to Fluency

 

Rule No 1  

Always study phrases, not just individual words!
And practice new words with whole sentences!

I know it is very common to learn new words with vocabulary lists, where you have new words on the left and the 1:1 translation on the right. But this is a very painful and boring method. Nobody likes studying vocabulary lists and I guess you don’t like it either – am I right?

And the worst of all, it doesn’t even work effectively!

You ask, “why not?” Well, individual words just by themselves tell no story. It is far more difficult to remember things if they are not embedded in a context. Your brain needs a kind of anchor to save new information. And this works much better if you give the new information a kind of picture or story.

And there is a second reason why it is much better to add example sentences. If you use a vocabulary book, you usually write down only the basic form of the verb for example:

haben = to have

träumen = to dream

But there are many different forms of the verb like: träume, träumst, träumt, träumte, geträumt… So if you also write down example sentences, all the little differences become visible. 

For example:

  German   English
       
  haben   to have
  Ich habe große Ohren.   I have big ears.
       
  träumen   to dream
  Ich träume jede Nacht.   I dream every night.

 

If you note an example sentence to every new word, your brain will start to realize step by step that there are some similarities.

In my example: Ich + verb ending e. This is just one of many things that your brain will realize (subconsciously) in time. You will learn those little differences automatically, if you follow this rule. After some time you will get a better feeling about what is right and what is wrong. 

You will feel that:

“Ich haben ein Haus” must be wrong and that “Ich habe ein Haus” sounds correct.  

So, always study phrases, never only individual words!
And practice new words with whole sentences!  

This way…

– you’ll learn some basic grammar subconsciously over time
– you’ll get a better feeling for the correct word order
– you’ll learn more than one new word with each sentence

and you’ll remember new words more easily, because the sentences have an actual meaning and you can imagine those situations. You can remember things much better if you build a picture in your mind.

You can imagine yourself with big ears, right? 

So next time you encounter a new German word in a book or in a newspaper and you want to learn it, make sure you write not only the word and the translation into your vocabulary book, but the whole sentence.

Have fun!
Lucas Kern

 

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The seven rules No 2

Montag, 30. Mai 2016 13:14

 

Review:  

The 7 Rules to Fluency

 

Rule No 2   

Don’t study Grammar Rules!
Or at least don’t focus too much on grammar rules!

Rule Number 2 is very surprising, isn’t it?

Don’t Study Grammar Rules! indecision

Well, some TPRS teachers are very strict about that rule.
I wouldn’t go that far.
I always say: „Don’t focus too much on grammar rules.“
wink

Wow, I can literally see your surprised face!

„Don’t focus on grammar rules?“
Is he serious?
But my teacher told me… 

Teacher: „You must study grammar!
Grammar is the secret to German!
Grammar, grammar and grammar!“

Student: „But why?“
Teacher: „Because I said so!“
Student: „Some teacher you are – you should be a lawyer.“
crying
 

Grammar can be very helpful and at a certain point, you need to know some rules to reach the next level and to be able to get rid of some typical mistakes. But if you focus too much on grammar instead of more important things, you will never be able to speak German fluently – or even worse you will get frustrated and quit.

A lot of students go crazy because they can’t handle the grammar rules. The more grammar they learn the more they get confused, because to every rule there are also exceptions and in quite a lot of cases German grammar seems to be completely illogical.  

Here is just one example which always raises many questions:

I will go with you. => Ich werde mit dir gehen. => dative
I will go without you. => Ich werde ohne dich gehen. => accusative

What??? surprise  

If you have been studying German for a while and if you have been focusing on grammar, let me ask you:

Did it work for you?
Are you able to speak German fluently right now?
If the answer is no, why can’t you speak fluently?

If you have been studying German for years and if you know so many German grammar rules, why are you still not able to speak German fluently? Does it make any sense?  

I would like to reassure you: It is not your fault!

Probably your teachers told you to focus on grammar. But by focusing on grammar you automatically neglect other things, that are much more important and absolutely necessary.  

Why is it not very helpful to study too many grammar rules?

Because every time you want to speak, you think about grammar. You think about using the right tenses, the correct word order, the suitable prepositions and so on. But when you speak, you don’t have time to think about those things!

Over the years I met a lot of students, who had been studying German for years and were still not able to speak German fluently, even though they were very good in grammar. They were even better in grammar than native speakers. Really, I’m not kidding!!!  

Put it to the test

If you don’t believe me, just ask all German native speakers you know or meet or get to know during your life and ask them to explain to you the differences between the German cases. Ask them to explain when you should use: nominative, dative, genitive and accusative. I bet 90% of all German native speakers (who are not German teachers) cannot explain the differences.

And why not? Because they don’t know them. Of course they learned all about it in school, but some didn’t understand it back then and almost everybody doesn’t need it in real life and forgets about it (except teachers maybe).  

But if they don’t know those grammar rules, why are they able to speak German fluently?

Well, grammar is obviously not the reason. You can speak German fluently even though you don’t know any grammar rules. Or have you ever seen an eight year old German boy sitting on a bench with a lollipop and his favorite German grammar book in his hand? I don’t think so! But I assume he (let’s call him „Karl“ or „Karlchen“ as his mother calls him) can speak better German than you do!

Yes, I know what you are thinking! German is the boy’s native language, of course he speaks German fluently. He speaks German, he thinks in German and he dreams in German too.

Yes, he does! …
And that is exactly the point. The boy doesn’t think about grammar. He just uses grammar automatically. He doesn’t need to think about the cases. It comes out in a correct way just like that. Surely he makes mistakes sometimes, just like every other native speaker. – I am a German native speaker, and I make mistakes too. Nobody is perfect.  

Most people, who are studying German but don’t speak German fluently have something in common

When they try to speak German, they…

– think of something to say in their own language
– then they try to translate the words into German
– then they try to change the word order and think of the suitable grammar rule
– and finally they try to say it out loud (very slowly because they pay attention to the correct pronunciation)  

This can’t work!!!

Even if you do just one of these steps, you can’t speak fluently. It is also very exhausting and the reason, why so many people don’t like to speak German.  

So what is the solution?

In order to speak a foreign language fluently, you must be able to do two things:

1. be able to think in the foreign language
2. feel the grammar (not think about grammar)

You need to feel what is right and what is wrong. If you want to speak German fluently, there is no time to do even one step I mentioned before and especially not thinking about grammar rules. Being able to think in the foreign language and being able to feel the correct grammar are the keys.

I know, it is easier said than done!
And that goal can’t be achieved in a couple of days or weeks! But it is possible and I assure you, you can do it! I will help you to reach that goal. I’m very positive that you can also be fluent in German. I know that, because I have helped so many people to get fluent in German and I receive so many nice letters every day to thank me for the great effort and to help people to master the German language.  

Have fun!
Lucas Kern

 

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The seven rules No 3 and 4

Montag, 30. Mai 2016 13:10

 

Review:  

The 7 Rules to Fluency

 

Rule No 3   

Listen, Listen and Listen!

 

Rule No 4   

Deep Learning With Repetition!

 

Listening and repeating is very important!

You need to listen to easy German that you do understand. That’s why I use easy sentences (at first) in my audio lessons and furthermore, I also translate the sentences into English. That makes it easy for you to understand new words and you don’t need to look them up in a dictionary. This will save you time.

As a matter of fact, you have all you need to improve your German very quickly (even as a beginner):

1. The English translation (for understanding)
2. The recorded speaker (for pronunciation)
3. The written words (for spelling)

The three things above are very important in order to learn a foreign language effectively.

Trust me – you can’t learn a foreign language only from a text book (grammar book).

What you need to do is: listen, listen and listen!

However, just listening to German podcasts or watching movies won’t help. You need to listen to something that you do understand (at least 90% of it!). That’s why I translated all my lessons and stories into English. This makes it easy for you to understand new words and you don’t need to look them up in a dictionary. That will save you time!

If you repeat what you have listened to and actually understand it, your brain will start something really amazing. It will start to save the pronunciation, the word order, the structure and the grammar (up to a certain point) automatically. But only if you understand and repeat what you have listened to.

If you really want to make progress and if you want that the word order, pronunciation and the meaning of the words enter your long term memory, then you need to repeat my lessons many times. Read and listen to the sentences of the vocabulary lesson 10 or even 20 times (advanced students usually need at least 10 times, beginners usually more than 30 times). Have a look at the English translation until you do understand about 80% of the German sentences.

Tip: Try to imagine the situations in your mind. It will help you to remember the words! 

Even the most difficult lesson is easy after some repetitions!

Have fun!
Lucas Kern

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The seven rules No 5, No 6 and No 7

Montag, 30. Mai 2016 13:09

 

Review:  

The 7 Rules to Fluency

 

Rule No 5   

Learn with Stories!

 

Rule No 6

Only use authentic real materials, not textbooks (grammar books)

 

Rule No 7

Use „Listen and Answer Stories“

Well, learning with audio stories has many advantages. Most of all, it is much more interesting to learn with (audio) stories than to learn vocabulary lists by heart. Secondly, you will be exposed and learn a lot of words, phrases, structures and of course the right pronunciation.

If you have been struggling with German for years and can’t speak it fluently, then you need to ask yourself: „What went wrong“?

With rule No 7 I want you to use from now on a learning technique that is in my opinion the best when it comes to improving your speaking ability

 

First Step! (we talked about that)

You need to listen a lot to easy and clearly spoken German in order to build up a good passive vocabulary (= words that you understand). You already know that, because we talked about it before. However, this is not enough! Your understanding will improve, but it won’t help you much if you want to learn to speak German.

 

Second Step!

The second step is to transform your passive vocabulary into an active vocabulary (= words that you are able to use yourself when you speak). Most students don’t do this important step and that’s why they are not able to speak German fluently. Even after years of learning German with conventional methods they just can’t speak German.

Your goal is to change your passive vocabulary into an active vocabulary!

Your active vocabulary is the key to fluency! If you neglect it, you will never be able to speak German fluently – That is a fact!  

 

So, how can you achieve that?

The answer is easy like everything else that you have learned so far:

Use the „Question and Answer Technique!

Through repetition and this technique your brain will save the German structure step by step and will switch the passive vocabulary into an active vocabulary. This will enable you to use the words and phrases yourself when you speak.

Practicing with this technique is like having a conversion but much more powerful, because you hear also the correct answer right away. A real person wouldn’t correct you every time you make a mistake and that’s why also the mistakes would be saved in your brain. This cannot happen with listen and answer audio stories.

Now you know all seven rules!

If you follow them you will be able to speak German fluently within a few months!

Download all my vocabulary lessons (76), my TPRS audio stories and my fairy tales on your iPod or other device and listen to them every day. Repeat every lesson as long as it takes until you can answer the questions easily. When you have finished all my packages then you will be able to speak German fluently – that is a fact!

Have fun!
Lucas

 

Please also review the other rules until you have internalized them:

Rule No 1
>>>
Always Study Phrases, Never Only Individual Words

Rule No 2 
>>>
Don’t Study Grammar Rules!

Rule No 3 and No 4 
>>>
Listen and Repetition

 

 

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Make Mistakes

Dienstag, 30. Dezember 2014 10:22

 

Mache Fehler!

Ich hoffe, dass du im nächsten Jahr Fehler machst.

Denn wenn du Fehler machst, dann tust du neue Dinge, versuchst du neue Dinge, lernst du, lebst du, treibst du dich an, änderst dich, änderst deine Welt. Du tust Dinge, die du nie zuvor getan hast, und noch wichtiger, du tust tatsächlich etwas.

Das ist mein Wunsch für dich und für uns alle, und mein Wunsch für mich. Mache neue Fehler. Mache glorreiche, erstaunliche Fehler. Mache Fehler, die nie einer zuvor gemacht hat. Erstarre nicht, hör nicht auf, mach dir keine Sorgen, dass es nicht gut genug ist, oder nicht perfekt ist, was immer es auch ist: Kunst oder Liebe oder Arbeit oder Familie oder Leben.

Was immer es auch ist, wovor du Angst hast es zu tun, tu es!

Mache deine Fehler, im nächsten Jahr und für immer.

 

Make Mistakes!

“I hope that in this year to come, you make mistakes.

Because if you are making mistakes, then you are making new things, trying new things, learning, living, pushing yourself, changing yourself, changing your world. You’re doing things you’ve never done before, and more importantly, you’re doing something.

So that’s my wish for you, and all of us, and my wish for myself. Make new mistakes. Make glorious, amazing mistakes. Make mistakes nobody’s ever made before. Don’t freeze, don’t stop, don’t worry that it isn’t good enough, or it isn’t perfect, whatever it is: art, or love, or work or family or life.

Whatever it is you’re scared of doing, do it!

Make your mistakes, next year and forever.”
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Vocabulary Lesson No 52

Audio Lesson

If you do this kind of lesson for the first time
please read the instructions first.

 

How to learn German with these lessons effectively

1. Read the text in German and English.
2. Read silently and listen to my voice at the same time.
3. Read the German version along with me and/or repeat after me
     – do this many times until you feel comfortable
     – try to imitate my voice
     – it puts your mouth through the exercise of saying
       the words in decent German pronunciation
     – it puts the German right into your head
     – the more you repeat the more familiar it gets

4. If you feel comfortable, go on to the „Question and Answer Part“.
5. Read and listen a few times to my questions and answers.
6. Read along with me and/or repeat after me
     – do this until you feel comfortable (even if it takes 5 times every day)
7. Try to answer the questions in the pauses
(only if you are ready).
   
  – Reading the German version along with me
       or repeating after me – is just fine!

     – If you do this many times you will be able to answer the questions
       automatically at a certain point.
8. Repeat this lesson every day until you can aswer the questions easily.

 

If you are a beginner, just read the English translation and listen to the recorded speaker! You should also try to listen and answer some questions.
Don’t worry if you can’t answer right away. Always step by step!

 

Tip: Try to imagine the situations in your mind. It will help you to remember the words! If you think this lesson is a little too advanced for you, keep this in mind: Even the most difficult lesson is easy after some repetitions!

  Click the play button and listen

  German   English
       
  erwarten   to expect
  Leihe dir immer nur Geld
von einem Pessimisten.
Er erwartet es nicht zurück.
 

Always borrow money
from a pessimist.
He won’t expect it back.

       
  reagieren   to react
  Bevor du sprichst, höre zu.
Bevor du auf etwas reagierst,
denke nach.
Bevor du aufgibst, versuche es.
 

Before you talk, listen.
Before you react, think.
Before you quit, try.

       
  unendlich   infinite
 

Zwei Dinge sind unendlich:
Das Universum und die menschliche
Dummheit… Aber bei dem Universum
bin ich mir nicht ganz sicher.
wink

 

Two things are infinite:
The universe and human
stupidity… But I’m not sure
about the universe.

       
  bereuen   to regret
 

Bereue nie etwas.
Alles geschieht aus einem Grund.

 

Never regret anything.
Everything happens for a reason.

       
  sei vorsichtig   be careful
 

Liebe Jungs, seid vorsichtig (mit dem),
was ihr sagt. Denkt immer daran:
Ein Mädchen vergisst nie.

 

Dear guys, be careful
what you say. Always remember:
A girl never forgets.

       
  müde   tired
 

Ich höre nicht auf, wenn ich müde bin.
Ich höre auf, wenn ich fertig bin!

 

I don’t stop when I’m tired.
I stop when I’m done.

       
  wenn ich… könnte   if I could
 

Wenn ich meine Dusche auf die Bühne
bringen könnte, würde ich “Deutschland
sucht den Superstar“ gewinnen.

 

If I could bring my
shower on stage,
I would win “American Idol“.

 

Question and Answer Part

 

  Click the play button and listen

 

Note:

If you can’t answer right away you should start
with vocabulary unit 1 or repeat this lesson several times.
After some repetitions it will be much easier!

Von wem sollst du dir Geld leihen – von einem Optimisten
oder von einem Pessimisten?

Von einem Pessimisten.
Du sollst dir immer Geld von einem Pessimisten leihen.

Warum sollst du dir immer Geld von einem Pessimisten leihen?
Weil er es nicht zurück erwartet.
Du sollst dir immer Geld von einem Pessimisten leihen,
weil er es nie zurück erwartet.

Was sollst du machen, bevor du sprichst?
Zuhören.
Bevor du sprichst, höre zu.

Was sollst du machen, bevor du auf etwas reagierst?
Nachdenken
Bevor du auf etwas reagierst, denke nach.

Und was sollst du tun, bevor du aufgibst?
Es versuchen
Bevor du aufgibst, versuche es.

Wie viele Dinge sind unendlich?
Zwei
Zwei Dinge sind unendlich.

Was sind diese zwei Dinge?
Unendlich
Diese zwei Dinge sind unendlich.

Und welche zwei Dinge sind unendlich?
Das Universum und die menschliche Dummheit.

Das ist übrigens ein Zitat von Albert Einstein.

Geschieht alles aus einem Grund?
Genau, alles geschieht aus einem Grund.

Sollst du immer alles bereuen oder sollst du nie etwas bereuen?
Nie
Du sollst nie etwas bereuen.
Alles passiert aus einem Grund, deshalb bereue nie etwas.

Liebe Jungs, solltet ihr immer vorsichtig sein, was ihr sagt?
Richtig, ihr solltet immer vorsichtig sein, was ihr sagt.
Ihr solltet immer aufpassen, was ihr sagt.

Warum sollten Jungs, immer vorsichtig sein, was sie sagen?
Weil Mädchen nie etwas vergessen.
Jungs sollten immer vorsichtig sein, was sie sagen,
denn Mädchen vergessen nie etwas.
Also liebe Jungs, seid immer vorsichtig, was ihr sagt. Denkt immer daran:
Ein Mädchen vergisst nie.

Höre ich auf, wenn ich müde bin?
Nein, ich höre doch nicht auf, wenn ich müde bin.
Ich höre auf, wenn ich fertig bin.
Ich höre erst auf, wenn ich fertig bin.

Was würde ich gewinnen, wenn ich meine Dusche
auf die Bühne bringen könnte?

„Deutschland sucht den Superstar“
Wenn ich meine Dusche auf die Bühne bringen könnte, würde ich
„Deutschland sucht den Superstar“ gewinnen.

Wo kann ich besonders gut singen?
Unter der Dusche.
In meiner Dusche.

Ich kann besonders gut unter meiner Dusche singen.

Hier pass auf: 99 Luftballons…

 

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If you want to learn to speak German…

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– You don’t need to memorize vocabulary lists
– and you don’t need to study boring and difficult grammar rules!

 

Lucas Kern

 

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The Top 100 Language Lovers, hosted by bab.la and Lexiophiles, is probably the largest competition for language enthusiasts! It is aimed at finding the best blogs, Facebook pages and Twitterers with a passion for languages. The competition has gathered over 1,000 nominations and my Facebook page: Learn-German-Easily and my Twitter account: German should be fun have been nominated!

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Please click the link below the image, scroll down to: „German should be fun“ and click the „vote“ button.

>>> Vote now for: German should be fun (Twitter) 

Please note: It is not allowed to vote more than once for a Facebook page and more than once for a Twitter account. Your IP address will probably be saved and if you vote for more than one Facebook page or more than one Twitter account the votes won’t count at all.

 

Thank you very much!
Lucas Kern

If you don’t know my Facebook or Twitter account, please check them out:

my Facebook page: Learn-German-Easily and 
my Twitter account: German should be fun 

Thema: Allgemein | Kommentare deaktiviert für Nominated | Autor:

Letter: W, Y and Z – Same words in English and German

Dienstag, 27. November 2012 18:52

 


 

Nouns with W, Y and Z

Same meaning in German and English

What does the word winter mean in German?
>>> The word winter means the same in German and English.

 

Same words in English and German same meaning same spelling

 

Nouns with W, Y and Z

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wind (English)  > Wind (German)
der Wind
der Winter
der Wolf
das Yoga

 

das Zebra
der Zeitgeist
der Zombie
die Zone
der Zoom

 

der Zoo
der Zwieback

>>> Go back to the index – Same words in English and German

There are many similar words in German and English. 


Thema: Allgemein, Same words in German and English | Kommentare deaktiviert für Letter: W, Y and Z – Same words in English and German | Autor: