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    Ich spreche ein bisschen Deutsch, but I want to be able to speak it fluent? can anyone help me or give me any tips to help get fluent?
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    I'm in my first year of studying German at A-Level, and I can tell you that learning German isn't as easy as it seems - it requires a hell of a lot of work haha. But it's definitely possible!
    Listen to german podcasts, watch German TV with english subtitles (Deutschland 83 is very good) even listen to german music. Surround yourself with the language and get used to it.
    And obviously there's the grammar part which I personally find horrendous, and it's going to take me a long time to get my head round it. But just keep at it and it will get a lot easier. And don't be afraid to make mistakes! Viel glück!
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    (Original post by Adzkii786)
    Ich spreche ein bisschen Deutsch, but I want to be able to speak it fluent? can anyone help me or give me any tips to help get fluent?
    I speak fluent German if you want help?
 
 
 
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