Category Archives: learning German

  1. Notes from a mini study break


    July 15, 2015 by gemmalunn

    In June I spent 3 weeks studying German in Berlin. I’ve been learning German since January through a variety of …
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  2. Control freak or autonomous learner?


    April 12, 2015 by gemmalunn

    Since January I’ve been having weekly one-to-one German lessons. As previously mentioned I decided to go for one-to-one classes as …
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  3. The Language Master – Michel Thomas


    February 17, 2015 by gemmalunn

    I have just started learning German and decided to start with my favourite language teacher – ‘the language master’, polyglot …
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  4. Practicing what I preach: Learning German Part 1


    December 31, 2014 by gemmalunn

    The tables have turned. I am back in the language student seat again! Ahead of a possible move to Switzerland in …
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