If you’re reading this, you’re under 40 years old, and you’re from an English-speaking country, you probably have at least two things in common with most of the readers of this blog. You’re interested in learning German or improving your German. The other thing is that you never really learned English grammar. Sure you just know it, you grew up with it and now you’re learning German and it all seems so confusing.
The good news is that German grammar isn’t that difficult in the big scheme of things. The start is hard, because there are more rules, but there are fewer exceptions to those rules. And again, I want to emphasize that you simply try. Speak whenever and wherever you can.
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