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Why learn German with FunEasyLearn?

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Fun & free learning

Learn German every day, track your progress and collect flowers for every correct answer. Subscribe for free using the flowers you’ve earned while playing. Unlock new features and new levels of words and expressions.

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30 easy games

Explore a wide variety of games and progress through various difficulty levels to learn German. Our learning games are designed to make vocabulary acquisition motivating for both kids and adults. Play offline and learn how to easily read, write and speak German.

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Smart review system

Use the FunEasyLearn review system to memorize everything you’ve learned. This system is designed to help you revise your knowledge quickly and efficiently. Make vocabulary learning even more effective.

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German alphabet

The FunEasyLearn games will help you learn the letters and sounds of the German language. Work on your pronunciation by learning vowels and consonants in the alphabetical order.

German reading rules

Use FunEasyLearn to learn how to read easily any word. Practice all the reading rules and their exceptions to improve your pronunciation from the very beginning.

6,000 German words

Be able to pronounce, spell and translate the words that you will need every day. Our fun and easy games will help you learn and memorize quickly the useful German vocabulary.

5,000 German phrases

Communicate freely in daily situations, when travelling or during business discussions by learning German phrases and expressions. We’ve categorized the most frequently used expressions into more than 120 topics.

Visual, auditory & verbal learning

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Hand-drawn illustrations

Associate new words and expressions with our intuitive hand-drawn illustrations to learn German effectively.

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Human pronunciations

Be able to pronounce any word or phrase with the help of our audios recorded by native speaking voice actors.

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Speech recognition technology

Repeat after the audio recordings made by native speakers. Get feedback by listening to the recordings you’ve made. Improve your pronunciation and speaking skills.

Learn German faster with games

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Play 30 free games and learn how to read, write and speak faster than usual. Learn German easily and make vocabulary acquisition fast and entertaining.

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Complete levels

Acquire new skills, memorize what you’ve learned and track your progress. The more FunEasyLearn games you play, the more learning goals you achieve. Make vocabulary learning even more efficient for you by completing all the difficulty levels - from beginner to expert.

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Make learning even more motivating with the help of FunEasyLearn. Use the flowers you’ve earned to subscribe for free and unlock additional features. We make education accessible to everyone.

Master any difficulty level of German

German for Beginners

Learn fast the most frequently used words and phrases. Focus more on your listening comprehension with the help of our professionally recorded human pronunciations. Be able to greet people, introduce yourself, tell your foreign acquaintances where you are from, etc.

German for Intermediate Learners

Build up an impressive vocabulary and use your knowledge to communicate easily with the native speakers. Be able to discuss your plans and share your thoughts or simply start conversations. Learning German will allow you to acquire new communication skills and make new friends abroad.

German for Advanced Learners

Learn German and expand your vocabulary beyond the basic one. Choose the right style and tone when speaking or writing. Use the vocabulary you already know and communicate easily with the native speakers.

German for Travelling

The FunEasyLearn phrasebook is designed to make you feel more confident when going abroad. It contains a wide range of relevant travel-related topics. Be able to buy plane tickets, book hotel rooms, rent cars and make orders in a restaurant on your own.

German for Business

At FunEasyLearn, we know how to make learning more time-saving and convenient for your business. We’ve developed specialized courses with the help of experienced teachers and certified linguists. These lessons will help shop assistants, taxi drivers, restaurant staffs, flight attendants and people of other professions, learn the basic German words and expressions relevant to their field.

German for Kids

Help your kids expand their vocabulary by using our easy games and beautiful illustrations. Colours, numbers, animals - choose a practical dictionary for your kids, that will help them learn according to their age interests and learning abilities.

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German Alphabet

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German Words

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How to Speak German

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German Phrases

Why learn German?

Oscar Wilde once said that "Life is too short to learn German", and Mark Twain joked that "Eternity was made for learning German". Well, that’s one way to put it. German may not be the easiest language around, but it’s definitely worth the time. With over 100 million native speakers, German is the second most spoken language in Europe and is one of the few languages taught on all the continents of the world. Learn German to get a degree in Germany. Acquire new professional skills in one of the best universities in the world, with no tuition fee. Most of the universities in Germany are financed by the government. Learn German to increase your income. One language unlocks many great career opportunities, offered by the fourth biggest economy in the world. Become the one of the top talents from all over the world who work in Munich, Frankfurt or Hamburg. Find your dream job in the fields of machinery and aviation, medicine, software development, engineering, entertainment and so on. Discover Berlin, develop your business in the city where a new start-up is created every 20 minutes. Travel and speak German confidently. Ask the way to the Brandenburg Gate. Start a conversation about a book you’ve recently read, taste the best beer in town and speak fluently with the locals about your favourite football team. It’s important to know the German language if you study science, philosophy, literature and arts, as every year 80,000 books are published in German. Germany is Land der Dichter und Denker – the land of poets and thinkers. Read Kafka or Goethe in German and improve your critical thinking in the company of great philosophers such as Kant, Hegel and Nietzsche. The German language can change you. Many learners have claimed to have experienced personality changes when learning this language. Speak German and discover a whole new side of you!

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Fun facts about the German language

Expressing complex ideas in just one German word
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Sehnsucht
It comes from "sehnen", which means "to yearn or long for" and "sucht", which means "an obsession, craving or addiction". It shows that you’re intensely missing something or someone.

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Sprachgefühl
A language feeling. According to some dictionaries, it is the "instinctive or intuitive grasp" of a language.

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Backpfeifengesicht
A "face that should get a slap that whistles across the cheek" is a face that makes you want to smack that person.

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Efficient & logical

Flugzeug
"fly-thing" meaning "airplane"
Handschuhe
"hand-shoe" meaning "glove"

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The longest German words
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Betäubungsmittelverschreibungsverordnung 41 letters
Regulation requiring a prescription for an anesthetic;

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Rechtsschutzversicherungsgesellschaften 39 letters
Legal protection insurance companies;

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Bezirksschornsteinfegermeister 30 letters
Head district chimney sweep.

Top interesting facts about the German language

Top dialects of the German language
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Hochdeutsch - If you are learning German, you are probably learning the High German dialect. Almost all German speakers understand it.

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Mitteldeutsch - Middle German is spoken in the geographical middle of the country.

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Plattdeutsch - Low German is spoken primarily in low-altitude areas.

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Bairische Dialekte - The Austro-Bavarian dialect is spoken in Munich and Vienna.

All nouns are capitalized

In German, nouns are capitalized. Unlike English, this rule applies not only to proper names. There are no exceptions.

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The first printed book was written in German

The Gutenberg Bible was the first printed book in the world. It was finished in 1454.

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Tips on how to use the FunEasyLearn app more efficiently

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Learn the basic words and phrases and use them in daily situations;

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Memorize better every word and phrase you’ve learned with the help of our unique review system;

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Hide the contents that you don’t need and mark the ones that you already know as favorites;

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Learn any word or sentence by associating it with our colourful hand-drawn illustrations;

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Enjoy playing our easy learning games and make your vocabulary learning experience motivating and efficient.

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