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Fotos vom Stammtisch im August am Alexanderplatz

Madeline
Berlin, am 10. August 2018

Liebe Teilnehmer,

gestern war unser Stammtisch in der Gestrandet Bar. Es war ein entspannter Abend mit euch.

Euer DeutschAkademie Team

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Preparing to move your dog to Germany? This is what you need to know

Steffen
Berlin, am 08. August 2018
The first thing I did after I decided to move to Germany is to take my dogs with me. Each country has it’s own rules regarding transportation of animals to the EU so I recommend you should contact a local Vet that has experience with it. The procedure from Israel is not an easy one but manageable – just make sure to prepare in advance
Here are some  of my tips that will make your dog life better:
1. 3rd party dog insurance is a must here, for the case the dog causes damage to another person or animal. In case an accident happens and your dog is not insured – it can be crazy expensive, I did mine through check24.de and it costs around 80 euro for 2 dogs for a year.
2. Dog registration– you must register your dog with the Tax office (you will need to have a tax number for that). the price is 120 for the first dog for a year and 180 for every other dog per year. The payment is usually taken every 3 months out of your account. Another thing is setting a vet appointment and registering your dog chip number in the German system.
3. The vet – Not all Vets speak English, ask your dog owner friends or doggy Facebook groups for recommendations. In general you need to give your dog de-worming pills  every 3 months (you just go to the vet and buy the pills), and once a year take the dog to get his Rabies shot together with the core Vaccine given at the same time.  
Vet costs are surprisingly not high, Just remember that you pay a few euros every time you bring the dog to the vet.
There is also pet medical insurance available – you can learn more about that online
4. Doggy passport – There is such a thing! It costs 10 euros and your dog will be a super cool dog that can travel the world with you. Ask your vet for that (They will ask you for the past vaccination dates – make sure your local vet gives you that)
5. Shopping for your dog: You can get dog food and treats at any supermarket, but the specialty shops are zooplus.defressnapf.de and amazon, they all deliver and it’s super comfortable. 
Another insider trick is that you can buy dog beds, toys and other products at TK maxx in front of the TV tower (after you finish your German class) 
My dogs really love Berlin and I really love having them here. There are so many parks, rivers, lakes and forests all around that make their life great. Add to that relatively low costs and Enjoy the time with your best friend/s.
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Kulturprogramm im August

Madeline
Berlin, am

Liebe Teilnehmer,

Als Berlin noch in zwei Hälften geteilt war, war der besonders viel genutzte Grenzübergang an der Friedrichstrasse oft ein Ort der schmerzlichen Verabschiedungen, ohne zu wissen ob man sich danach wiedersieht.

In einer 60-minütigen Führung auf Deutsch werden wir uns den damaligen Ort des Geschehens anschauen. Das Kulturprogramm ist kostenlos, eine Anmeldung im Büro ist dennoch erforderlich, da es eine maximale Teilnehmeranzahl gibt.

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Stammtisch am Alexanderplatz im August

Madeline
Berlin, am 06. August 2018

Liebe Teilnehmer,

am 09. findet unser erster Stammtisch im August statt. Ihr findet uns direkt am Spreeufer in der „Gestrandet Bar“ unter Palmen am Sandstrand. Kommt vorbei auf einen erfrischenden Cocktail oder auf was Leckeres zu essen und um mit uns den Abend ausklingen zu lassen.

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About me

Steffen
Berlin, am 26. Juli 2018

Hey All, My name is Yonatan and I am originally from Israel. I moved to Berlin a year ago and slacked off a bit with learning German. After 9 months of not really being able to understand or communicate in German, I started the Intensive course with my teacher Marie. I started off at A1.2 and am not learning A2.2. A few months into the Intensive course I can see progress, but I also need to remember it takes time and devotion.

I choose Deutsche Akademie through a friend who recommended. So far the experience has been great and I feel that there is a progress. I still can’t understand that much but I can get around in stores and in day to day life (unless they start a discussion and I am not sure what is it about). I actually had a lot of luck with my registration. I decided to enroll to the course on the Friday before the course starts, Came in early and I was able to snag the last spot in the course I wanted, the time I wanted and the Hour I wanted.

I originally speak Hebrew and English so I feel that I have some advantage when Learning German.
Hebrew also has a lot of conjurations (Verbs and adjectives are always conjugated). We also have 2 genders in the language that also require conjugation, but I think the best parts is that Hebrew speakers can pronounce most of the vowels and consonants in German (Sch, Tsch, ch, Sp, St and others), I do struggle a bit with umlaut sounds as we don’t have many long vowels in Hebrew. Another thing that I find challenging is that a sentence with 8 words in German can be said in Hebrew using only 2 words. In general I feel that German is very specific. If you speak it well, you can not be misunderstood, but to create a proper German sentence requires some work

My favorite thing about the language is Compounds. As I see it, Germans find the 2 words that best describe the action of an object, compound them and create a new word that makes a lot of sense. My favorite is the ‚Zeug‘ family (Zug = Thing) – Flugzeug (Fly thing = Airplane), Werkzeug (Work thing = Work tool) Spielzeug (Play thing = Game) and Feuerzeug (Fire thing = Lighter). My absolute favorite is Baumscheule – Its a school for trees, or tree nursery in English.

In my blog I will try to give you some tips on how to learn German but mostly about day to day life in Germany and all the little things that we need but not always sure how to get

Yours
Yonatan

 

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Kulturprogramm im Juli

Madeline
Berlin, am 11. Juli 2018

Liebe Teilnehmer,

am 27. Juli gehen wir im Rahmen des Kulturprogramms in den Botanischen Garten in Berlin-Dahlem. Er ist mit 43 ha und 22.000 Pflanzenarten der größte in Deutschland. Während einer 90-minütigen, fachkompetenten Führung werden wir uns viele interessante Pflanzenarten anschauen. Jährlich besuchen eine halbe Millionen Gäste den Botanischen Garten.
Wie immer gibt es eine begrenzte Teilnehmeranzahl, weshalb wir eine frühe Anmeldung im Büro empfehlen.

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#DeutschAkademie #kulturprogramm #DeutschLernen #MitSpaßzumErfolg #Berlin #Alexanderplatz #Pflanzen #BotanischerGarten #Dahlem

 

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Stammtisch im Juli

Madeline
Berlin, am 09. Juli 2018

Liebe Teilnehmer,

am 19. Juli findet unser Stammtisch im Biergarten Schleusenkrug statt.
Unter freiem Himmel können wir gemeinsam den Abend bei einem erfrischenden Getränk ausklingen lassen.Bitte beachtet, dass nur Bargeld akzeptiert wird. EC- oder Kreditkartenzahlungen sind nicht möglich.

Euer DeutschAkademie Team

#DeutschAkademie #Stammtisch #Deutschlernen #MitSpaßzumErfolg #Berlin #SchleusenkrugBerlin #Biergarten #Sommer #Wittenbergplatz

 

 

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