German Personal Pronouns at Après-Ski with Schlager Musik

Last week I gave you quite a bit of German ski vocabulary. It’s winter and in Switzerland that means Ski fahren. After a day of skiing many then hit the Après-Ski. Here is the a brief account of happens at Après-Ski:

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3 comments

  1. I loved this post! Music is an amazing way to learn! The last song was very catchy. I can see why it is fun to sing and enjoy. Thanks for the great explanations on how to really dissect the German language.

  2. […] a local Oktoberfest tent, hopefully no matter where in the world you are they are also blaring some Schlager and learn some German there — or chatting to the friendly Germans sitting at your long table and […]

  3. […] Learning Personal Pronouns with Schlager Musik […]

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