S3E11 – Newspapers and Grammar Deep Dive

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S3E11 - Newspapers and Grammar Deep Dive

In this episode, we welcome Jeana Anderson, Executive Director of the GAI. Jeana is claiming back her role as a German teacher. Today’s topic: German Word Order

From there, we went into a grammar deep-dive, before we emerged with Austrian and German News Sources. Where do we actually get our news from?

Some of the sources include: krone.at, kurier.at, derstandard.at, diepresse.at, bild.de, www.sueddeutsche.de, www.faz.net/aktuell/, and many more.
On Google.de, search for “Deutsche Zeitungen” and you will find a rather significant repository of reading material.

Events: The highlight of the podcast is that Deutsche Tage will be back!

Also, on April 18, “Learning from the Germans” and on May 8, German Cakes with Helga. The first Zoom Cooking class was a great success, and we’re following up with Helga’s baking – you don’t want to miss this!


Since 1957 The Germanic American Institute has been building cultural bridges between the American Midwest and German-speaking European countries.

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