German Adverbial Conjunctions — Mix it up, but watch your logic

If you’re reading this and you live in Switzerland, Austria and or any place with winter and hills or mountains you may have tried skiing or ski on a regular basis. Learning a language is a lot like skiing. First you need to trust yourself to go down the piste. In language learning, that’s speaking. The first time you ski down a hill you’ll make mistakes and fall, but you get up and try it again. The same happens in languages. If you don’t try to speak then you can’t learn. In skiing there is technique which you learn in lessons and by practicing and getting the feel for it, pretty soon you don’t even think about it, it just comes naturally. With grammar it’s the same thing. You learn it, you consciously apply it. The more you use it, the more naturally it comes to you. But you need to speak.

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  1. […] looked at many kinds of conjunctions to combine sentences (coordinating, subordinating, and adverbial conjunctions), but sometimes, they aren’t the right ones because you want to show a correlation between […]

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