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World Languages Tutoring: German


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Deutsch für Euch

German Pronunciation and Alphabet | Learn German | Deutsch Für Euch 1
Lean German - it's free and fun! :) Deutsch Für Euch ("German for you") is for people wishing for an alternative to learn German. Its targeted audience are native English speakers.

Here you can learn German online with videos that go a bit deeper into German grammar, vocabulary, idioms and other topics.

German Language Learning Materials

This video is from The Ultimate Guide to German Pronunciation series in our Films on Demand database. FSCJ login required.

The next video is from the series: German in Three Minutes in our Films on Demand database. FSCJ login required.


  • is a collaborative multilingual dictionary and translation tool. It includes many languages and is constantly adding new ones, but it is particularly strong in German–English.
  • German Studies Web
    From the Western European Studies Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries. The site provide access to scholarly resources in German Studies, including all German-speaking countries. Resources have been selected and evaluated by subject specialists, and annotated when necessary.
  • Goethe-Institut
    Worldwide offices, programs, and resources for the diffusion of learning, teaching, and experiencing German language and culture. The Goethe-Institut is a cultural institution of the Federal Republic of Germany. Searchable website; RSS feeds available.
  • Reallexikon der deutschen Literaturwissenschaft
    A 3-volume bio-bibliographical dictionary of German literature.
  • Eppelsheimer Koettelwesch
    The standard work for searching German literary academic Zeitschriften (coverage from 1985-2002).
  • Bundesarchiv Online
    Offers an array of primary sources. Online finding aids are arranged according to the Bundesarchiv department ("Abteilung") responsible for compiling the intellectual content of a finding aid.