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    I studied German at GCSE and got an A in it but I want to keep it up so I could potentially become fluent. Anyone know any courses/apps (ideally free) that will help me to do this?
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    I studied German at GCSE and I am now studying it at A Level; I use a free app called Duolingo which is really good for helping you to learn and retain German vocabulary and keep you from forgetting the German you already know but I don't think it would ever solely lead to being fluent in the language unfortunately. I also turned my phone's language into German so I'm always sort of briefly practising German throughout the day without thinking about it too much.
 
 
 
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