This is the second in a series of ongoing posts about baking in German. If you would like to read the first post, you can find it here, I talked about my struggles and successes baking using a German recipe for the first time. I was at my stepmother’s house for dinner with my husband…
Read on to find out whether translation is useful or a waste of time, as some language experts claim.
I have a problem. And I think you do too. If you’re like me, you are learning a foreign language in a country where that language isn’t spoken. You may or may not have taken language classes and struggled to learn on your own. You’re studying vocabulary flashcards and doing grammar drills, but you’re still…
My first time baking in German! Check out this post for tips on how to bake in your target language.
A funny look back at my early German language learning days, with all of the frustration, confusion, and fumbles along the way.
Cooking in German is quite the adventure. Check out this post to find out more!
On the lookout for new ways to study? Check out this piece: a detailed explanation of Quizlet and how to use it!
In this piece, I talk about my good and mostly good experiences with using Deutsche Welle’s Deutsch Interaktiv course.