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New German Book- NUR DEUTSCH

New German Book- NUR DEUTSCH
I have recently launched a German Grammar Practice Book
called"Nur Deutsch".

For a sample Paper of Prepositions: Click here.
The content of this Book can be read here:



How to speak German Faster

How to speak German FasterGerman as a foreign language!
In order to speak fluent German, you need to practice itsincerely and seriously.
German is an easy language to learn because it has: No tones, as there are in Chinese or ThaiNo liaisons between words, as there are in FrenchMany of the same letters as English, unlike Japanese or KoreanNo post position or preposition suffixes, like in Hungarian or TurkishNo strings of difficult-to-pronounce consonants like in Czech.On top of that, many parts of German grammar are the same as English since they are both part of    the Germanic family of languages.
Here are some reasons for learning German that could be your Big Why: To have conversations with German speaking family membersTo find a job in a German company (Germany is one of the biggest economies in the world)To speak with natives as you travel in the heart of EuropeTo read the classics of German literature (think Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,Herman Hesse and Franz Kafka)To get an inside vi…


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Goethe Exam Enrollment/Application

Goethe Exam Enrollment/Application Process
If you wish to appear for Goethe Exams in Delhi, you must need some information about the website and the link, where you can register yourself for the exam. But, this Link will work ONLY if Registration is open.
click here on the Link.
After clicking here , you need to submit the following details:
Examination (here you will select the level and which skills - listening , Reading, writing or all four Modules)

Name    Last Name      Date of Birth
Mobile   No.                 City
Tick below columns:Agreement:DSEGTT

Next....   verify your details and here you can edit, if there is any correction  - Submit.

New Year day in Germany!

New Year day in Germany!

New Year's Day (NeujahrNeujahrstag) is a public holiday in Germany. It is on January 1, also known as the first day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. Many people begin the New Year at midnight between December 31 and January 1 with sparkling wine and fireworks. Is New Year's Day a Public Holiday? New Year's Day is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.
What People do Many people begin January 1 by celebrating the end of the old year and the start of the new one at midnight. These celebrations include public concerts, parties and fireworks and may last into the early hours of January 1. Many people spend the rest of the day quietly, but some organize a communal lunch or evening meal with friends or family. In some regions, local media compete to find and publish a photograph of the first baby born in the New Year. Classical orchestras may present a special music program known a…