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Tip: "vermissen": Common mistakes #7

With our last learning video, we want to make sure, that you use the German verb "vermissen" wisely. Does it really mean „to miss“ in English? "Ich vermisse die S-Bahn"? Weird - sort of. 

Read this article and watch our Instagram video to get the explanation. We promise: You will never repeat this common mistake again ;). 

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Next Language Evening: 04.11.22. Save the date!

With the arrival of the golden season, picnic time is definitely over. Time to shift our Language Evenings inside and hang out in a cozy bar. Some of you might be familiar with the German concept of a "Stammtisch" (a "regular's table"). To revive the old tradition, we came up with our very own interpretation of a social get-together.  When? Friday, November 4, 2022 at Bar Frollein Langner in Neukölln. Join us! <3 

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As everyone is most certainly aware, the infection rate related to Covid19 is currently on the rise again. We would therefore like to inform you about our current Corona measures.

Find more details about our safety precautions here.

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Recap: Museum visit at Futurium

Better late than never: Here's a little recap of our latest museum visit on 06.10.2022. After our last visits at Kreuzberg Museum and Kunstraum Bethanien, we decided to meet up in Mitte this time and dive into visions of the future, technological concepts and plans to give us an idea of possible cities of the future. 

If you missed the event, join us for our upcoming Language Evening on Friday, Nov. 4th! 

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Tip: "bekommen": Common mistakes #6

In this video, we are bringing to your attention the traitorous translation trap of the German verb "bekommen". Many students get easily confused by the similarity of the German word "bekommen" and the English "to become". Unfortunately, they do not mean the same at all. Find out how to use the word "bekommen" correctly. Here's the sixth video of our learning series. Enjoy!

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Transmitter on TikTok: Here we come!

Did you know that we are also on TikTok? Most of you are familiar with our Instagram account or follow us on facebook. To spread our learning videos, we have just added a TikTok account for those of you who enjoy learning German with videos. 

In our little video clips, we discuss common mistakes made by our students such as mix-ups of words, pronunciation or idioms.

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