Free Beginners’ German Course!

Here you'll find everything you need to make a start learning German!

- German grammar explanations & exercises
- German vocabulary lists
- German dialogues and listening practice

And it's all completely free to use, with no registration or passwords required!

To begin, browse the menu in the sidebar of this page.

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Psst! Want to get a FREE German easy reader with audio?


If you’re studying German, you’ll want to know that starting today, EasyReaders.Org is offering one free ebook download for each of their major languages: Italian, Spanish, French & German.

For more information about the offer, check out this article.

Or just click here to download your free German easy reader!

Ebooks For Learning German – 33% Off!

You may be interested to know that the company which runs has just launched, a new website specialising in ebooks for learning languages.

Check out the German section of the online shop.

‘Easy readers’ are simplified stories for learners, with audio. The first one we’ve published is for beginners or near beginners but soon we’ll have other levels, so you’ll be sure to find something useful!

Oh, and if you join the mailing list, you’ll be sent a coupon to save 33% on everything in your cart (plus news of future ebooks for learning German as they are published.)

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Who is our beginners’ German course for, anyway?

Thanks to Janet, who wrote to me to point out that our beginners’ German course is actually, in places, much harder than typical material served up for beginners.

She’s right, of course.

But whether you’ll find the material on suitable for you will depend on a variety of factors.

Perhaps the most important of these is your mother tongue. For an Italian or French speaker learning German, the similarities between your first language and the ‘target’ language (the one you hope to learn) are such that a lot of the material should, in any case, be understandable.

That’s obviously not true for a native English speaker who has never learned a foreign language before. English is unlike German in its grammar and much of its vocabulary.

But an English mother-tongue speaker who has already studied another Latin-origin language like French or Italian should have a similar advantage.

Another factor is your previous language-learning experience.

If you’ve never studied a foreign language before, you will likely find the free material available at difficult, maybe just too hard.

But if you’ve already mastered any other foreign language (suppose you’re Japanese, and have successfully learned English), then the skills you’ve already picked up, in terms of studying, and the confidence already gained in your own abilities, should help a lot.

Conclusion? Our beginners’ German course won’t be ideal for everyone.

How to know if it’ll work for you?

Visit and give it a try!