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Read the Top 7 Posts of 2017

What happened with the blog and you reading the blog and my newsletter last year was fantastisch! And to top it off, what happened a couple of weeks ago was incredible. I've heard from several readers that they've set a new goal for 2018--and they only set one!

One person is reading the A1 books for the Easy German Book Club

Another person is repeating and reviewing this year.

But before that there was an entire year's worth of blogging. So here is a quick and worthwhile look back at 2017 as well as a look at what's coming up this year.

Here are the top 7 Posts of 2017:

(Really, it worked out perfectly as 7. Das ist cool, oder?) Here they are, in reverse order.

To read the article, click the linked title. To PRINT an article, click the "print" link at the bottom of the page of the article you want to print. You can also email it!

Nr. 7: Why You Should Stop Asking "Wie geht's?" All the Time

Please, if there is one very English-speaking habit you should quit, it's asking "Wie geht's?". Take my advice or learn it the hard way. Like I did.


Nr. 6: How Much Time Should I Spend Learning German?

This includes a handy scale for study sessions. Yay for easy-to-understand guidelines!


Nr. 5: How to Structure your German Study Time

and make it easier to study. After all, if you don't know how to do something, it's hard to figure out what you should be doing!


Nr. 4: How to Live Like a German

and make German a part of your everyday life. Including a mind map! Click the "bubbl.us" link on the lower right of the mindmap and you can view the whole thing.


Nr. 3: 2 Simple Reasons Why You Should Learn German Swear Words

There are no swear words in this blog post! I swear! (#punny)


Nr. 2: Work in Germany: Expert Interview with Gerd Meissner of the Germany-USA Career Center

For those of you who want to work in Germany, THIS is the interview for you! Take what Gerd says to heart--he knows his stuff! And the initial consultation with the GUCC is free--what on earth are you waiting for?!


Nr. 1: 5 Reasons Why You Still Can't Speak German

If you've tried and tried but still can't speak German, look for the root cause and rip it out like the toxic weed it is. This article will help.



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