Getting Fit in German — Weekly Planner to Improve your German

Three years ago when we started Marathon Sprachen, we chose the name because we knew that learning a language is very similar to learning to run a marathon. Language learning is not based on learning facts, but learning skills. Like learning to run long distance, one needs to practice daily. Learning German means learning a new way of thinking and using different facial muscles.

We’ve moved. You’ll find the full article here: http://marathonsprachen.com/getting-fit-in-german-weekly-planner-to-improve-your-german/

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9 comments

  1. […] you the most important verb conjugations? If you don’t have them memorized yet, here are your three verbs for this week. 47.395101 8.510213 Share this:EmailPrintFacebookTwitterDiggStumbleUponLinkedInRedditLike […]

  2. Thanks on your marvelous posting! I genuinely enjoyed reading it, you happen to be a great author.I will ensure that I bookmark your blog and will come back sometime soon. I want to encourage yourself to continue your great work, have a nice weekend!

  3. […] looking for resources on the web, i came across a useful site by Christian Langenegger. He suggests setting up a weekly program much as you would for a gym routine so that you do […]

  4. […] According to experts (Fachleute / Experten) the best way to succeed with your resolutions (guten Vorsätzen (dativ, plural)) is to not set them too high, but set smaller manageable goals (Ziele). You might want to say that you’re going to listen to the German news three times a week and practice your listening skills. Or maybe you’ll write a German journal twice a week, in which you’ll look up new vocabulary. Here’s a planner for improving your German. […]

  5. And on the seventh day, he rested. und am siebten Tag ruhte er.

  6. Hi there, thanks for these great tips. I am learning German and I post a vlog each week. Here you can watch one of my videos: http://youtu.be/ZBJZ-XJ98LE

  7. Thank you, I will really use this to improve my german and additionally I thought it will be a good thing to write a blog in german.

  8. […] According to experts (Fachleute / Experten) the best way to succeed with your resolutions (guten Vorsätzen (dativ, plural)) is to not set them too high, but set smaller manageable goals (Ziele). You might want to say that you’re going to listen to the German news three times a week and practice your listening skills. Or maybe you’ll write a German journal twice a week, in which you’ll look up new vocabulary. Here’s a planner for improving your German. […]

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