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Uno, dos, tres, let's go! Learning numbers in Spanish is not that difficult and is also very important, especially at the beginning. You will quickly notice that you have to work with numbers a lot in Spanish. For example, if you want to pay in a restaurant or tell someone your age.

So that you can quickly master the numbers in Spanish, we have created clear lists for you with which you can easily learn to count in Spanish up to 100 and beyond.

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When learning a foreign language, learning vocabulary is just as important as learning grammar rules. Especially at the beginning, as a beginner in your target language, you should concentrate on expanding your vocabulary. Only then will you be able to communicate and understand your foreign language in texts and spoken language.

But how do you learn new vocabulary effectively and frustration-free? Aimlessly memorising new words can quickly…

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Learning German can be a real challenge. Grammar in particular can quickly frustrate students because of its numerous irregularities. However, there are also some tips and tricks that will make learning when to use which article much easier!

One area that causes most German learners a lot of problems is choosing the correct definite article. For German beginners, choosing the correct definite article seems arbitrary, even random, which is why…

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Learn a new language

Learning a new language means investing a lot of time and effort, but the rewards are truly amazing. Between opening up exciting opportunities and boosting your self-confidence, it is never a mistake to immerse yourself in a new culture through its language. Here at Sprachcaffe we want to make your learning process as easy as possible and help you keep the motivation up. So here six tips to read before you start your exciting language learning…

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Learn languages for free

Learning English can cost a lot of time and money and can seem tedious at first glance. But it doesn't have to be! We collected some amazing free resources that will help you improve your English in no time by incorporating them into your everyday life.

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American vs. British English

Great Britain and the United States don't just differ because of their size, culture, and eating habits. The official language of both nations - English - is also slightly different. The differences between British English and American English are not huge, but not knowing in which way they differ can lead to mistakes or misunderstandings.

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Merry Chistmas and a happy new year from our international Sprachcaffe Team. Wouldn't you like to know how to say "Merry Christmas" in another language?

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Some of these inventions seem like they could be from a science-fiction movie, but they are in fact real. Some of them are in beta testing, but they work, and that’s what‘s most important. So, what are the weirdest inventions for learning languages?

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Already speak some English and want to impress the native speakers with your knowledge? We've gone to the trouble of creating this list of everyday words and expressions that will finally help you achieve native-level fluency in your conversational English. So say "see you later" to "hello" and "yes", and say "'sup?" to "hey" and "yeah". Alright, time to "knock it off" and stop "faffing around".

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Rice terraces

What better way to improve your language skills than working in the country where your preferred language is spoken? Getting a job, internship or volunteer placement abroad will give you a completely new and fascinating insight into the local culture, while putting you in contact with locals and enabling you to contribute directly to the society. Here we list some of the best working abroad opportunities that you can fit into your summer break!

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