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    Hi! Just wanted some ideas or personal experience of how to become fluent in German. I want to do it for A-level but i don't want to be the only one who isn't nearly fluent!
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    spend some time in Germany (or Austria or Switzerland) as part of a placement
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    People who start A-level languages are already nearly fluent?
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    To improve your German Duolingo is pretty good to get the basic vocab down, and then watching German YouTubers is a really good way to start understanding conversational/casual German.
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    (Original post by Assan)
    People who start A-level languages are already nearly fluent?
    no
    people who finish
    unless you are german :lol:
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    learn it for 10 years and don't give up! also watch and read loads of german news
 
 
 
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