German Language Game: Im Flugzeug (1.1)

German Language Game

German Language Game: "Im Flugzeug" - this is a short version of Scene 3 of our German 1 course (which you can play for FREE by registering HERE.)

In this scene, Michael talks with the woman who sits next to him on the plane and tells her when and how he learned German.

Learn and practice 15 new German words in the context of a conversation. Here are a few tips on how you can best learn with GamesforLanguage.

One is to say the German OUT LOUD every time after the speaker. Do this with individual words, with phrases, and also with full sentences. For extra practice, tap/click on the German sentence again and repeat. Each time, you can focus on different things: the melody of the sentence (i.e. where does the voice go up and down?), individual letter combinations that are hard, certain word combinations, etc.

Another tip is to listen to the conversation a number of times with your eyes closed, so that you can focus totally on listening. Listen without trying to translate.

When you do the next games and lessons in sequence, you'll notice that only new words are practiced separately.

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More Than a German Language Game

And don't forget: You can practice German online for FREE with our 36-Scene German 1 Story: "Michael in Deutschland" and our 72-Scene German 2 Mystery Story Sequel: "Blüten in Berlin?". (And - if you already know that "Blüten" means blossom in German - you'll learn that Blüten has still another meaning...). Just login HERE.

Not everyone will agree with Benny Lewis', the Irish Polyglot, that learning languages is easy. But, if you are serious about learning German, you may want to hear more about Benny's approach by clicking on his explanation of "Why German is easy!". Just using a couple of his language hacks consistently will accelerate your progress!

We recently discovered a very effective app for learning German: MosaLingua. There currently are iOS and Android apps, with a MosaLingua Desktop App for PC, Mac and Linux just out. You can also try out the "Lite" version for FREE! We like the apps a lot and are currently using them ourselves. Read Ulrike's Review HERE.

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Posted 10:19AM on November 29 2016 by Ulrike Rettig
Categories: German