German Language Study Guides & Tips
Studying the German language and need a little help? Bright Hub Education offers German study guides, spelling and pronunciation tips, verb conjugation help and more. You will find tips on improving your conversational German as well. Let us help you improve your mastery of this language with guides and homework help compiled by German speakers and foreign language teachers. shortly
- How to Use Modal Verbs in German
How to conjugate the seven modal verbs in German. The modal verb chart can be downloaded from the Media Gallery in the Language Learning channel.
- Review: Rosetta Stone German Online Subscription
The Rosetta Stone German Online Subscription is a full language-learning solution to learn German over the Internet, without lengthy or complex software installations. This article explains everything about the Rosetta Stone German online course you will want to know.
- English Words in German Language Usage – Is German Killed by Anglicisms?
The German language has been changing greatly during the past years. Many Germans would rather use an English word with a similar meaning instead of a German word. What is the cause?
- Start Learning German - Basic Phrases Related to Sightseeing, Money Exchange and the Disabled
You want to know about interesting places, need some cash or are wheelchair bound. Learn how to express your needs in German with short sentences and phrases.
- Beer:Terms and Vocabulary Related to "Bier" in German
When you want a drink in Germany, you'll probably want a beer. Make sure you get the beer you want! Learn about the different types of German's national drink, a saying, some history and the words related to beer.
- German Survival Phrases for Shopping, Eating, and Hotels
If you are traveling through a German-speaking country, you will need to know a few common phrases and vocabulary words to get by. Learn how to shop, eat, and rent a hotel room in Germany in the following article.
- German Pronouns: Part 2: Identifying the Accusative Case
German pronouns have both grammatical gender and grammatical case. This four part series explores German pronouns in the nominative, accusative, dative, and genitive cases. Part two identifies the German pronouns in the accusative case, which function as the direct objects of sentences.
- Differences in Swiss German — Helvetisms
Switzerland has a number of deviations from Standard German called Helvetisms. This article will give you an introduction of Swiss Standard German including examples of Helvetisms and explains the use of the German language in Switzerland.
- German Equivalents for English Idioms
To better understand a language, you need to become familiar with the proverbs and saying of the culture. Here we'll explore common English idioms and their German translations.