10: Türkei, Türke, Türkisch | Turkey, Turk, Turkish

Ask for names and origin, talk about languages & indefinite article (ein, eine), countries VS people VS languages (Turkey, Turk, Turkish).

Anna is working at her part-time job as a waitress in the university café. She sees Meili and they talk about the students in her German course. Meili gets Paul’s number from Anna. What could she want from him?

Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/10-turkei-turke-turkisch-indefinite-articles

There is a constant, low amount of new words per episode

When writing a learning story it’s easy to get carried away by an idea for a dialog. But that can result in an episode having way too many new words. That’s demotivating for the learner. We counted every word and went through endless writing and re-writing sessions for every episode to make sure that didn’t happen to our story. If you want know why we spent over 1 1/2 years of work before we even published our first lesson, got to german-stories.com/the-best-way-to-learn-german

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