To enhance your knowledge of your chosen language, you could explore the various links on the web pages below.  If you are aware of any further useful links, please contact the Webmaster so that they can be incorporated into this resource material.

German Grammar - Produced by Bill Nesbitt for the North Down & Ards U3A German Language Group

Federal Government -

Sign up to the new BBC Active U3A Languages - See

Cool German - With mp3 downloads. Want to show some street cred? Here is our essential guide to young German people's slang.

A BBC online course for beginners. German Steps - User guide - Fast Track - Steps by email - Vocabulary list - Grammar tips - Cultural notes - Pronunciation - Syllabus - Learning Log - Test Your German - Essential Holiday Phrases

Your guide to the German Language - See

Learn the German Language - See

German audio lessons - See

LingoPad - Is a downloadable German - English dictionary; other dictionaries (Spanish, Italian, French, Japanese, Chinese, Turkish, Kurdish, Norwegian or Arabic) can be downloaded as well. You can also import your own wordlists and use them parallel to the existing dictionaries. For each dictionary, a user dictionary can be defined to include additional wordlists.The program is freeware and can be downloaded and used free of charge.

Dictionary - Search in more than 700,000 translations with examples and hints, explanations, synonyms, sayings, aphorisms, and quotations in English and German. Browse lists for special topics. Listen to German and English pronunciations spoken by native speakers.

The following is a listing of websites suitable for enhancing your knowledge of Germany and the German language: Study Abroad - Germany for Visitors - Travel Guide - City Photographs - Basic Word List - Picture Dictionary - Teaching Resource - Quizzes - Language Guide - Grammar - Travel Phrases - Newspapers - News - Television - Magazines - PodCasts - Football - Weather

Download your free German language course here (before you know it - don't forget to add your email address) - See

Perfect Tense and Simple Tense on several strong verbs in German - See

Welcome to, the home for language courses developed by the Foreign Service Institute. These courses were developed by the United States government (Select language course). - See

This is the English - German version of our Picture Dictionary with links. - See

The new language magazine for all learning German as a foreign language! - See

CAPL-German, the pilot project for culturally authentic licence-free imagery! - See

Online English/German Dicitionary - See

Online phrase book - See

Welcome to Toms Deutschseite. You will find vocabulary and text exercises, hints for pronunciation and further links which deal with the German language. - See

Exeter University Beginners' German - See

Manual of German language for English speakers. The complete German grammar with lots of sound examples. Explained in a clear manner, easy to understand with an easy navigation. - See


German Radio on the Internet - See

Canoonet - A free resource site on German morphology. With categories such as Inflection (declension and conjugation), Word Formation (compounding, word formation with prefixes and suffixes), German Spelling Reform, the site includes specialized dictionaries for German Orthography, Inflection, Word Formation, and Morphology as well as the German-English Translation Dictionary LEO. Also offers comprehensive description of the rules of German inflection, word formation, and spelling.

College German - Beginners' lessons with audio, which can be downloaded, and links to useful websites for learners of German. The site is completely Flash-driven.

Deutsch lernen mit Jetzt - Online. Resources for teachers and learners of German, based on the online magazine Jetzt, including German grammar, reading strategies, and an online forum for teachers.

Munster - This map was created using the software program AutoRoute Express and it is recommended that the program be obtained as it will enable route planning and location of towns throughout the UK and Europe.

Learn German Easily Learn German through the TPRS method (Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling).

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