Longtime no hear. I hope you are all well and have happily progressed with your German. Keep it fun and don’t be too hard on youselves!
NEWS NEWS NEWS!!!
I just wanted to let you know that Deutsch mit Julia has published a new Business German Course on www.alison.com!!!
You can download the Alison App on Android (not yet on iOS :() or just use the web page.
Alison is free to use, means create a login and like on You Tube or Spotify, you can use it with certain advertisement to displaying from time to time. If you get tired of the ad breaks, feel free to describe for a monthly subscription fee and enjoy hundreds of free courses on Alison.com without advertisement.
We hope to see you there and don’t forget:
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Wishing you all the best,
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It’s basic German sentences featuring Kieron in the supermarket. We hope that the vocabulary will help you in your daily adventures in Germany. Please enjoy and don’t forget: Learn German with fun, learn German with success, learn German with Julia!
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