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Suggestions for getting started learning German Time has come to get started learning German. I have no idea how to start or where to start. I'm about to take up some German classes right after finishing my exams. So I need some quick tips and resources that could be helpful for noobies like me in German.
May 20, 2018 4:11 PM
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This is a short article with good resources for learning German as a beginner:

http://magicgerman.de/how-to-master-level-a/

Have fun!

May 20, 2018
Thanks guys for all the info.
May 20, 2018
I would recommend Deutsch for Dummies if you dont know anything of any language, good books arent so expensive. ;)
May 20, 2018
You don't have to pay for Pimsleur if you have a decent public library. I check out the Pimsleur courses from my library and rip the files onto my iTunes. I have about 8-10 language courses from Pimsleur simply, because I have a library card. 
May 20, 2018
I strongly recommend Deutsche Welle's site. There are lots of great resources, for free.

If you're a total beginner, I recommend Nicos Weg.

If you're willing to pay, Pimsleur is a way to get you speaking and Assimil is excellent to learn Grammar.

When you feel like chatting with other learners, you can try Deutsch für dich (by Goethe Institut).

Good luck!

May 20, 2018