When should I read Harry Potter in German?
In this episode of the GermanWithNicole.com Podcast you'll discover when a good time is to start reading Harry Potter in German.
You'll also hear why that's a good time to start it.
We'll break down only the first two sentences of the book, both in English and in the German translation, to support this, and we'll have some fun along the way.
Think of this episode like a special map for German learning. ;-)
Giving credit where credit is due:
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Page 5 © 1997 J.K. Rowling
Übersetzung von Klaus Fritz. Alle deutschen Rechte bei Carlsen Verlag GmbH, Hamburg 1998
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I think I will try “Spaß mit Dick und Jane” First.
:-D Das ist eine gute Idee.
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