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German verb trainer - helps you learn how to conjugate German verbs

canoonet - Deutsche Wörterbücher und Grammatik

German Language Guide

Learning German Through Fairy Tales

Learn German songs

Learn German Links - links to online German language resources

German Flashcards

German Language Basics

Learn German through films

Information about Germany

Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD) - German Academic Exchange Service

Information about studying in Germany

German dialects Links to sites with information about German Dialects

German dictionaries Online German dictionaries http://thai-wö

German Electronic talking dictionaries

German alphabets and handwriting Details of the Fraktur alphabet

Details of the Sütterlin script and a free font Sütterlin

Free Fraktur and Sütterlin fonts

UniFraktur project

Bund für deutsche Schrift und Sprache

Examples of styles of German handwriting and fonts throught the ages

German language radio Online German language radio in Germany

Online German language radio in Austria

Online German language radio in Switzerland

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German language newspapers and magazines Germany



Hope these are useful! =)

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November 10, 2015


Source: Omniglot.

Please link your source -- it's only polite, since Simon Ager probably spent a lot of time putting that list of links together :-).


November 10, 2015

I'm sorry I did not link the source, I forgot that it was important. I have done other good websites discussions and those I did by myself. Thanks though for your concern. =)

November 10, 2015

If you have the time, it would be great to add these to the unofficial wiki's language resources page.

November 10, 2015

I've added direct link from the wiki to the Omniglot page which CLINQUIST copy-pasted for this discussion.

November 10, 2015

Maybe we should simply add a link to the Omniglot home page in the "multilingual" section of the wiki page instead.

November 10, 2015

Perhaps both? I imagine that a lot of people skip the "multilingual" section and go straight to their language of interest, and I don't see any harm in duplicating the information -- especially since the individual language link pages aren't featured very prominently on the Omniglot site itself.

November 10, 2015

Sure, I just want to make sure people learning other languages have a chance to check it out as well. We could also put a link for each language if you like.

November 11, 2015

Du hast ja eine wahre Fleißarbeit vollbracht! Deine Liste der Links ist super. Ich bin begeistert aber leider lerne ich Französisch. Hat vielleicht jemand Zeit , Lust und Kenntnisse um Links zum Erlernen von Französisch zusammenzustellen?

November 10, 2015

Wenn man weiß, dass diese Liste direkt von Omniglot kopiert wurde, kann man schnell die entsprechende Französich-Liste finden. Viel Spaß :).

November 10, 2015

Ja klar, aber du hast nicht gesagt, dass du diese Liste von Omniglit kopiert hast :P

November 10, 2015

Wenn ich den Post geschrieben hätte, hätte ich gewiss die Quelle genannt (oder einfach den Link gepostet) -- aber der ist nicht meiner also kann ich nur hier unten meine Beiträge machen :).

November 10, 2015

Ach Schade. Tut mir leid :/

November 11, 2015

Macht nichts :)

November 11, 2015
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Thank you very much for the link!

November 10, 2015

Vielen Dank. Some of these I'm already familiar with and there are lots more to explore. Zehn Lingoten für dich.

(And as mentioned, if you're reposting, please mention the source.)

November 10, 2015

Thank you! Will have to go through these and bookmark my favorites!

November 10, 2015

Wow, thank you for posting all of these!

November 10, 2015

Your welcome =)

November 10, 2015

Ja, Gern Geschehen

November 12, 2015

Don't forget Goethe! This site has kept me up really late, it's kinda addicting. It took me forever to find an active forum for German learners to write in German to one another. It's best for people who have finished their tree and want something a little more advanced. It has interactive lessons, and a forum where beginners write to each other in German.

November 11, 2015


November 11, 2015

vielen dank! :D

November 10, 2015


November 10, 2015

Das ist spitze! Ein großes Danke-Schön. Nimm doch ein Lingot :)


November 10, 2015


November 10, 2015


November 10, 2015

Danke Danke Danke!!!

November 10, 2015

Wow. This is great! all I can give in return is a lingot

November 10, 2015

Great, Thank you.i will try some out

November 10, 2015

Why are these here?? Not tryna be rude I'll try!!

November 12, 2015
<h1>so helpful</h1>
November 12, 2015

Thank you so much for all these online resources! These are going to help Us to improve our German learning. Thanks, over again! Tschúss!

November 13, 2015

Helpful and I must say Please consider the things to do as soon as you land in Germany. As an example bring some euros. If you are a student then you have a blocked bank account. To get money out of it will take some time and meanwhile, you have to travel and visit different places. You have to eat. Bring some Euros. Put your name on the mailbox. Make sure your name is correct. You are about to receive a lot of love letters from all the government offices. Here are some more helpful tips. I would advise bring some eatable items too.

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