I recommend this to all English to German learners.
Apologies if this is old news to the forums, I did not see a post about it. But when I took German in college I found this tv show to be a HUGE help. It's called Fokus Deutsch.
Made for PBS by a professor of German, it was designed to assist in learning German so it's a little more basic than jumping into a German soap opera or something like that where they may use slang, speak too quickly, etc. The story lines aren't the most riveting, but it really helps immerse you in the language and culture. Whether you understand what exactly is being said or not, it still helps because you figure it out.
Personally it helped me in learning the grammar and pronunciations quickly and I have recommended watching the show to everyone I've met that's learning German.
But check it out, you can find it on youtube.
Viele danke, das ist besser link mit alles Deutschland Kategorien: https://alison.com/subjects/70/German-Language-Skills
Just a little mistake ;-) In German, they say "Vielen dank", not "Viele danke". Keep on learning!
Not always. "Vielen dank!" means "Thank you very much!" or "Thanks a lot!" Also, you can write "Danke sehr!" and it has the same meaning. If you simply want to say "Thank you.", you write "Danke."
I would suggest the following show as well:
It seems to be along the same lines as the description above.
They have it on YouTube as well. I love it because it is relatively easy to understand, and it has German subtitles.
Thanks so much! People like you are what make Duolingo so outstanding. alles Gute!
It sounds very interesting, danke. Do you happen to have a link to where it can be viewed? I'm having a bit of difficulty finding it.
Danke! I forgot they had made a series for German. I saw part of "French in Action" and all od "Destinos."
Thank you for this link. I watched the first half hour and have added it to my favourites. I think it'll be very helpful.
I watched a bunch of these about a year ago. They were quite good. I think I might watch some more when I get a chance. They are at a pretty good level for people that are past the basics stage.
Thank you for this recommendation. I know I found the "Destinos"series quite helpful when I first started learning Spanish. I was hoping that there was something like it for German for when I get enough German under my belt.