Enjoy another walk through the fields with pig brothers Piggeldy and Frederick. This time Piggeldy wants to know what a letter is.
Grete has been living and volunteering in a city near Tel Aviv for the last nine months. In this video, she speaks about her decision to live in Israel for a longer period of time.
Learn about various means of public transportation in Berlin. Gute Fahrt und viel Spaß beim Deutschlernen!
The Domain Dahlem is a former estate, innovative working farm and museum in Berlin. Here people of all ages can see the animals and learn about green agricultural practices. The 800 year-old manor and current “green oasis” was named a lighthouse project in the nationwide “Ideas for the Education Republic” competition in 2011-2012.
Marius Müller-Westernhagen is a famous German rock musician and actor. His song "Freiheit" ["Freedom"] was published on the album "Westernhagen" and deals with this essential human dream in a very emotional and wishful way.
Barbara is back with some fresh new faces in her Tübingen classroom. See how Will and Alex really nail it. On the other hand, maybe some other students skipped their homework in favor of the local brew? Viel Spaß beim Deutschlernen!
What's cuter than a baby polar bear? Two baby polar bears! The recent birth of twins at the Munich Zoo has caused a media sensation. Watch this report to see for yourself! (video copyright dpa)
Our German George Clooney enjoys star treatment in the form of a Ristretto. Viel Spaß!
„Nicos Weg“ is a series for German learners. In the first episode, Nico is listening to German lessons when he runs into Emma and her mother.
Sarah explains a few of the benefits of learning German by immersing yourself into a wide variety of entertaining programming, including music, drama, interviews, and travel, that will make you look forward to studying.
Julia and Marie have recently moved to Berlin and are waiting for their friend Brigitta to arrive for a visit.
Cettina reads Part 1 of "Das Aschenputtel," known in English as "Cinderella." By the way, you'll notice that the German word for Cinderella is neuter – which means that "es/ihm" here translates to "she/her."
Fear of the coronavirus has caused many people to stock up on food and supplies. Fortunately, German grocery stores have been able to keep up with the increased demand without any problems.
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