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Learning German in Berlin – Interview with Polly of Days Of Deutsch

This month, we are happy to introduce a new series of posts dedicated to learning German in Berlin! Our offices are located in the German capital, and the city’s growing appeal to foreigners have made it one of the liveliest places in the world. However, learning German isn’t always easy, and many Wahlberliner (somebody who is a Berliner by choice, meaning after moving there) struggle with the language, all whilst relying on the fact that a large part of the population is able to speak English.

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Learning German in Berlin – Interview with James – überlin

This month, we are happy to introduce a new series of posts dedicated to learning German in Berlin! As you may know, Lingoda’s offices are based in the German capital. Berlin is also incredibly cosmopolitan and its inhabitants come from all over Europe and the world, with over 190 nationalities currently represented. Many of those who moved to Berlin because of its reasonable costs of living and its free-spirited atmosphere favourable to artists and young professionals have trouble learning German. English is the easiest common ground among foreigners who are often able to get by without ever really learning German.

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Learning German in Berlin – Interview with Federico from #100DaysofGermanWords

This month, we are happy to introduce a new series of posts dedicated to learning German in Berlin! As you may know, Lingoda’s offices are based in the German capital, a city which is also home to many young foreigners who were attracted by its reasonable costs of living. With this interview series, we look into the German learning process of four notable bloggers who call Berlin their home.

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10 Great Movies Set In New York City

New York is an incredibly attractive city. It is the city tourists often decide to visit when travelling to the United States and its cosmopolitan population make for an inimitable atmosphere and charm. It is therefore no wonder that it has been chosen for the scenery of many movies, from all-time classics such as Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961) and The Godfather (1972) to superhero movies featuring the likes of Spider-Man and other Marvel characters.

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