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Discover the Simple and Effective Way to Learn German in the Car… or Anywhere Else… With the Help of This Incredible Guide.

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Table of contents

Learn German for Beginners

Author Notes: 1


Chapter One: The Foundation of the German Language

Chapter Two: Learning Strategies

Chapter Three: Fundamentals Of German

Chapter Four: Pronunciation

Chapter Five: Numbers, Colors, Time And Dates In German

Chapter Six: Nouns And Articles

Chapter Seven: Pronouns

Chapter Eight: Verbs

Chapter Nine: Adjectives

Chapter Ten: Prepositions, Adverbs And Conjunctions

Chapter Eleven: Conversational Phrases

Final Words

Author’s Notes: 2

Learn German for Kids


Chapter 1: Learn the Letters of Alphabet in German

Chapter 2: Learn Numbers in German

Chapter 3: Learn Days of the Week in German

Chapter 4: Learn Months Of The Year And Seasons In German

Chapter 5: Learn Objects In The House In German

Chapter 6: Learn Clothing Types In German

Chapter 7: Learn Animals in German

Chapter 8: Learn Emotions in German

Chapter 9: Learn Different Foods in German

Chapter 10: Learn Useful words for School in German

Chapter 11: Learn Members of the Family in German

Chapter 12: Learn Objects in Space and Compass Points in German

Chapter 13: Learn Colors in German

Chapter 14: Learn Conversation Starters in German

Key Takeaways

Author’s Notes: 3

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Do you want to learn German, but you don’t have enough time? Many people wish to learn a foreign language be it French, Spanish, Italian, or German. They don’t have the time required, however, to get the results they are after. Time is precious; the folks say it is money. But, there is time for everything. We live in a world where almost everything goes at a very fast pace. This has forced most of us to adopt a fast paced lifestyle. Do you think it is wrong? No. It is to our distinct advantage. This has helped many people with their approach to the acquisition of a second language.

One of the most common methods most people are using to learn is German is in the car using materials that have both audio and written versions. This is one of the easiest and quick ways to absorb all the content and information you need to learn German while driving to and from work, dropping the kids off at school and picking them again, or maybe while you’re on a long road trip. In fact, the best method for learning a new language is not studying for hours and hours in one sitting, but breaking your learning sessions into smaller achievable chunks.

Learning German in your car enables you to supercharge your learning and comprehension of the subject matter. Learning another language in the car has proven to be the most effective method to get maximum results. If you are among the people who learn second languages quickly then this book is for you. If you are a slow learner, don’t worry; this method is still meant to help you. As long as you have the desire to learn, you will be successful. The concepts here are presented in a clear and simple way to enable you to learn the basics of German Language. As a result, you will be able to communicate in the German language and that will be the first building block for further studies. Viel Spaß! Have fun!

Facts About the German Language

It is the most spoken language in the European Union with more than 90 million native speakers.

It is the eleventh most spoken international language across the world.

German is the closest relative to English and Dutch.

The German dialect changes drastically depending on your location.

German words have three genders. Every noun has a gender.

All nouns in German are capitalized.

It is a language known for the most endlessly long words in the world. The longest word is: Donaudampfschiffahrtselektrizitätenhauptbetriebswerkbauunterbeamtengesellschaft

German has unique letters: the ‘umlauted’ vowels and the unique consonant called ‘Eszett’ (ß).

ß never appears at the beginning of a word.

Benefits of Learning the German Language

It expands your scope of employability. Learning German increases your chances of securing a job in different parts of the world.

Learning German as a second language increases your intellectual growth. This art has proven to improve your ability to read and comprehend more learning material.

Eliminates language barriers. Learning German enhances your ability to communicate with other people like native German speakers without experiencing difficulties. Once you are equipped with knowledge of the German language, you become open and free to other related dialects rather than limiting yourself to one dialect in a specific demographic. Therefore you can travel to German-speaking nations with ease.

Enhances listening skills. Learning a new language demands your attention and keenness in listening to spoken words to learn how they are pronounced. For you to speak German, you have to listen and learn how it is done. This enhances your listening skills

Learning new information helps your mind thrive. Challenging your mind by learning German language stimulates your brain.

Principles for Effective German Language Learning

You must have a SMART goal: set a Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Timely goal. This approach is wise to achieve anything in life, including acquiring a second language like German.

Speak from the first day you begin learning German. Most people postpone speaking until they are ready. This is one of the biggest mistakes you can make while learning a second language. You need to practice speaking from day one. Learning a new language is like going to a gym: if you want to build muscles, you have to exercise daily. Doing anything other than that is just procrastination. Look for friends who speak German or are learning and tell them you want to practice with them. By doing this, rest assured you will learn how to speak German in no time.

Focus on basic vocabulary at the movies! One of the most impressive facts about German is that only 100 of the most commonly spoken words in German movies account for about 50 percent of all spoken terms. In other words, in a German film, every other word you hear is a word from the top 100 list. You need to know those terms, and to know them, you have to watch German films frequently.

Immerse yourself in activities that will help you learn German language. Learn some song lyrics in German. Listen to German music and try singing while you record yourself.

Keep track of your progress and be consistent.

Chapter One: The Foundation of the German Language

German is one of the official languages in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Together with English, Dutch and Frisian, German belongs to the West Germanic group of the Indo-European language family.

The documented origin of Germanic languages starts with their speakers’ first encounter with Romans back in the first century BCE. There existed only one Germanic language with some minor dialect differences at that time. It was only after the 6 th Century CE that people started talking about the 'German' (High German) language. German is now one of the main cultural languages in the Western world and is studied as a foreign language worldwide.

Basic German Languages

Written German is quite uniform even though it does differ in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Spoken German, however, exists in many dialects. Most of these dialects belong to either High German or Low German dialectal groups. The sound system (especially in the consonants) is what differentiates the High German from the Low. The official written German language is the High German which belongs to the southern highlands of Germany. The German dialects are further discussed below.

High German (Hochdeustch)

Old High German: It was spoken by people from the southern highlands of Germany until about 1100 CE. There was no standard literary language for this group of dialects.

Middle High German: Spoken after 1100 CE. It was during this era that a standard language began to arise in the southern part of Germany. It was based on the Upper German dialects (Alemannic and Bavarian). This was the language of an extensive literature and includes the early epic of the 13 th Century Nibelungenlied.

Modern High Standard Language: It is spoken in the central and southern part of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. It is based on the Middle German dialect used by Martin Luther King to translate the Bible back in the 16 th Century. The latter group of this dialect includes Austro- Bavarian, Alemannic (Swiss German) and High Franconian. Modern High Standard language is used in Low German speech regions as administrative, literature, higher education and media language.

Low German (Niederdeustch, or Plattdeustch)

It is spoken in the northern lowlands of Germany. Low German does not have any modern literary standard or administrative language. It was developed from Old Saxon and Middle Low German of the Hanseatic League citizens.

Other Major Dialects

Alemannic: There is a slight difference in its grammar and sound system compared to the standard High German. This dialect is spoken in the Alsace region of France, Switzerland, Swabia, western Austria and Liechtenstein.

Yiddish: Developed from High German and spoken by Ashkenazi Jews.

Chapter Two: Learning Strategies

Steps to Learn German and Become Conversational

Find your major reason for wanting to learn German. You need to consider your fundamental reason for wanting to speak German even before you think about the approaches and materials to use for learning German.

Immerse yourself in the German language. There are several ways to dive head-first into German wherever you reside. You don't need to be a resident of an area with a German dialect. You can bring Germany to you. Here are some of the ways to create a Mini-Germany in your home:

Make friends with German speakers. There are many people who speak German around the world. Some of them might live in your area and you might not even realize it!

Make your laptop, phone or tablet multilingual. You can turn it into a German-only system.

Turn your English theatre into a German one. Watch most of your movies and television programs in German or with German subtitles.

Read a lot of German materials: articles, magazines and books.

Listen to German music and podcasts.

Make use of language hacks. These are simply shortcuts that can help you learn German faster. Here are a few language hacks that can help you:

Spaced Repetition Systems (SRS). This is one of the most effective methods for memorizing vocabulary and phrases in German.

Mnemonics. Create associations using mnemonics to easily remember German words. It can be in the form of a song, a poem, rhyme, image, or anything. Just use your imagination!

Use conversational connectors to improve your fluency. They give you time to recall the vocabulary and remove awkwardness from German conversation. As a result, you are able to flow fluently.

Find fluent German speakers and practice with them daily.

Get rid of German stereotypes, set your mind right and realize that it is much easier to learn and speak than what you think. Focus on the basics first.

Build your vocabulary: Learn words for Topics you are interested in












When you want to Mind your Manners




Thank you!

Danke schön!

Thank you very much!



Vielen Dank!

Many thanks!

Entschuldigen Sie

Excuse me

Es tut mir leid

I am sorry



Greetings and Goodbyes



Grüß Gott!




Guten Morgen

Good morning

Guten Tag

Good afternoon / Good Day

Guten Abend

Good evening

Gute Nacht

Good night

Auf Wiedersehen


Bis bald!

See you later!



Introducing Yourself



Ich heiße..

My name is ….

Mein Name ist …

My name is ….

Ich bin…

I am…..

Ich komme aus…

I am from…

Heute ist mein erster Tag in….

Today is my first day in …

Freut mich

Nice to meet you!

Family Members



der UrgroBvater

great grandfather

der GroBvater


die GroBmutter


der Vater


die Mutter


der Ehemann


die Ehefrau


der Sohn




der Bruder


die Schwester


der Enkel


die Enkelin


der Neffe


die Nichte


Things Inside a Car



das Amaturenbrett


das Gaspedal


das Handschufach

glove compartment

das Lenkrad

steering wheel

die Kupplung


die Schaltung


die Zündung


der Blinker

turn signal

der Rückspiegel

rear-view mirror

Banking Vocabulary



das Bankkonto

bank account

das Bargeld


die Abhebung



to withdraw

die Einzahlung



to deposit

die Überziehung



to transfer

die Zahlung