More and more people are unlocking the secret to successful and enjoyable language learning: dual subtitles.
What are dual subtitles? Well, generally when we watch a movie or any video in German, there is a single set of captions that provides a translation. Unlike dubbing, these subtitles allow us to understand what’s going on without missing out on the tone of the conversation or the characters’ personalities.
As the price tags on higher education programs in the United States and England continue to soar, many students who want to go to college or graduate school are considering studying in Germany. Why is this and what should you know before applying?
1. Internationally recognized degrees
The system of Diplom and Magister degrees has been all but phased out over recent years,
With its long compound nouns and gendered articles, German can be an overwhelming language to learn, regardless of the level you’re at. Here are some fun facts that will get you motivated to learn the German language, or keep you going if you’ve hit a plateau.
Fun fact #1: The German language has some of the world’s longest words
The structure of the German language is such that separate words,
German is valued highly in the academic community because Germany’s universities have an excellent international reputation. In 2011, the country was the fourth-most-popular destination for students from abroad, with more than a quarter million foreigners enrolled in German schools.
German is the most widely spoken native language in Europe,