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Join the Easy German Book Club for «Weihnachtskrimi in München»

The Easy German Book Club is back!Weihnachtskrimi in München Event

Easy German Book Club is a place for German learners and enthusiasts to gather and discuss a German book, especially those of you who aren't part of a regular class or lessons.

On December 5th you can join us to discuss the book «Weihnachtskrimi in München», a part of the Detektiv Müller series from Klett Publishing.

We'll meet once for 90 minutes and we'll meet in my Adobe Connect online classroom. You can join via your smartphone, tablet or computer; use...

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Open Lesson Times from November 2019

open lesson times nov 2019Hallo liebe Leserinnen und Leser!

As my teaching studio was full for a long time, it's very exciting today to post more open lesson times.

Lessons take place Tuesdays - Saturdays; times listed are in the Central Time Zone (Milwaukee, WI)

  • Wednesdays at 3.00 p.m. or 5.45 p.m.
  • Fridays at 9.45 a.m., 1.00 p.m., 2.15 pm or 3.30 pm

N.B. if you are on the waiting list for a Saturday lesson time, I've still got you on the list.

If any of these times work for you, please visit the German Lessons page...

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Easy German Book Club: Weihnachtskrimi in München

The Easy German Book Club is back!Weihnachtskrimi in München Event

Easy German Book Club is a place for German learners and enthusiasts to gather and discuss a German book, especially those of you who aren't part of a regular class or lessons.

On December 5th you can join us to discuss the book "Weihnachtskrimi in München," a part of the Detektiv Müller series from Klett Publishing.

We'll meet once for 90 minutes and we'll meet in my Adobe Connect online classroom. You can join via your smartphone, tablet or computer; use...

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Was war im Klub im Oktober? Aktivitäten im Herbst

im Klub Oktober 2019For those of you who are new to GermanWithNicole.com, you have a wide variety of activities to choose from here.

You can read the blog posts, download printables and find excellent resources that I've recommended.

You can sign up for the Klub and learn German on your own schedule.

You can sign up to take private lessons and get one-on-one instruction for the price of a community college course.

The Klub is new to everyone this month so it's a good time for you to find out what was in the...

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Haben Sie den Klub schon gesehen?

Klub EröffnungHave you seen the Klub already?

The GermanWithNicole Klub is open to the first seven countries* and I'm so excited to help all of you learn more German and have an enjoyable time doing so!

If you want to learn more German at your own pace with clear explanations and easy-to-understand activities, then the Klub is for you!

Get all the details here on this page, including how you can get your own, free copy of my eBook "How to Grow Your Own German Verb Garden" and how to save 25% on your first...

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Der Klub ist eröffnet! The Klub is Open!

Klub EröffnungSie haben darauf gewartet und jetzt ist er hier: der Klub ist eröffnet!

You've been waiting and now it's here: the Klub is open!

The GermanWithNicole Klub is open to the first seven countries* and I'm so excited to help all of you learn more German and have an enjoyable time doing so!

If you want to learn more German at your own pace with clear explanations and easy-to-understand activities, then the Klub is for you!

Get all the details here on this page.



The best news is, if you sign up now...

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The 3 Phrases You Need to Survive Oktoberfest

3 Phrases Survive OktoberfestOktoberfest is almost here--this year it's September 21st through Oktober 6th--only ten days away!

Pack up your Dirndl, your Lederhosen, your Maß and your Handy, and make sure you take enough cash with you. This year one liter of Bier costs anywhere from EUR 11,40 to EUR 15,90. A soda costs at least EUR 8 in any tent, plus you're going to need some fabulous Bavarian food to sustain you through all the rides and singing.

So what if you're going to Oktoberfest but you don't speak German?

Then,...

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The #1 Way People Fail at German

Fail at GermanHow many times have you heard this: somebody traveled to Germany and came back with a story that ends with "Gee, I'm glad somebody spoke English!" ?

If I had a dollar for every time I've heard that story...

Most of the people who tell me this story have actually (tried many times) to learn German. But they didn't ever really learn anything. And they all sound the same, because they all have one thing in common. One thing that they all did wrong when they were learning German.



They tried to

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9 Easy Back-to-School Gifts for German Learners

back to school gifts GermanDo you need a German back-to-school gift?

If you're not sure what to give your favorite German learner, here are 9 fantastic ideas, all available from Amazon.com.

The links below are affiliate links. They are marked with an (A), which means that if you click through that picture/link and make a purchase, I'll receive a small amount of that purchase as a thank-you.

More than anything, I want you to buy the best back-to-school gift possible for your favorite German student!

Los geht's!



Für alle...

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3 Things I Say When Clients Don't Do Their Homework

no German homeworkI do not have German students, I have German clients.

This creates a different kind of dynamic than you’d find in some classroom settings, but my clients still get homework in their lessons. Sometimes they get a lot of homework, sometimes they get little homework, but when they don’t do their homework, I do have something to say about it.

Here are the three things they often hear me say, which probably aren't what you'd expect.



Sometimes clients look really, really guilty and then they tell...

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