Welcome to all students in our new German courses in Berlin that started yesterday. We hope you had a great start.
And of course we want to invite you again to our popular Stammtisch – a Get Together for participants, teachers and staff!
This time you can join us for drinks, delicious food – like Barbecue – and a lot of fun in one of Berlins most beautiful Biergardens in the middle of the famous Tiergarden. It is just a five minute walk from Zoological Garden :D
We are looking forward to celebrate the summer together with you!
This is the window of my classroom. I am learning German every morning from Monday to Thursday. Sometimes, I want to skip the class but mostly I am looking forward to learning German with teacher and students together. They make me feel like I am not alone in Germany. If you are new in Germany, I suggest you learn German in the beginning!
Ich lerne von Montag bis Donnerstag in Deutsch Akademie!
Very close to DeutschAkademie Berlin at Wittenbergplatz you can visit a famous building. Kaiser Wilhelm GedächtnisKirche is called Kaiser Wilhelm Church. It is broken but not rebuilt for historical reason.
Old Church: The foundation-stone of the old church was laid on March 22nd, 1891. (Emperor Wilhelm I´s birthday) September 1st, 1895 (Sedan Day): opening of the old church. Architect: Schwechten. Damaged on December 23rd, 1943 and completely destroyed in air-raids in April 1945.
New Church: The foundation-stone of the new church was laid on May 9th, 1959 Topping-out ceremony: December 16th, 1960 Consecration of the bells: July 19th, 1961 Consecration of the new church: December 17th, 1961, by Bishop Otto Dibelius Architect: Prof. Dr. Egon Eiermann, Karlsruhe Completion of the Foyer and Chapel in December 1963. (ref. https://gedaechtniskirche-berlin.de/facts-about-church)
You could go inside when it opens. How about visiting there and understanding the history of Germany?
There are thousands of parks in Berlin. Right next to DeutschAkademie Berlin you should walk through the famous Tiergarden. Whenever and whatever you want, you can just lie under trees! You could read book, eat something with your friends or do nothing. Today is extremely hot for picnic but it is okay if I find the shadow!
I am so surprised that there are various vegan options in Berlin! It is like heaven for me.
Today, I want to introduce „1990 Vegan Living“ which is one of the most delicious vegan restaurant in Berlin. Here is served fusion vietnamese vegan food.
There are two kinds of dishes here, big and small. We are two so order two small bowls, one big bowl and one dessert. It is enough but I will definitely order more next time. I ate green curry, deep fried, wan tang soup and mango sticky rice. It is all delicious and I am totally satisfied these dishes! I hope you taste it :)
This is the hottest toast in Korea nowadays. I am in Berlin but it’s really easy to get to know about abroad’s news because of the internet. On SNS, many Korean eat this toast called „Jeonnamchin Toast“ which means toast made by ex-boyfriend. There is a story about this. After one couple broke up, ex-girlfriend kept thinking of the toast made by ex-boyfriend. Therefore, she texted him and asked what jam he used. He answered that was blueberry jam. That is the situation he could misunderstand that she cannot forget him yet. Few days later, she wondered what cream cheese brand was so texted him again. He let her know. She just wanted to know the delicious toast only! Aren’t you curious how delicious it is?
As the person eating this, it really is. I mean it.
To tell the truth, I didn’t want to learn German because I already knew the difficulty of German. However, I had to learn German for several reasons. So I was searching for the best German courses in Berlin. Now, I enjoy learning German and find out that it is true to learn German. Maybe the most difficult language!
Like there is the difficulty, there is also the joy of learning German as well. I could talk with German in German so it is more helpful to connect each other. I try to do my best to speak with my poor German. Almost every German who I met listen to me very well. I am happy to share with them.
I would like to know about your joy of learning German ;)
I didn’t. I always ate out normally. However, I couldn’t do anymore because of several reasons. Among them, the cost of restaurant and health are the most important things for me. I decided to cook since then. In the beginning, I cooked only pasta which was the simplest but it’s hard to fail. Now, I am improving my cooking skills. How about you? Do you like to cook? Then, invite me :)