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bild des tagesMany German students find it easier to learn German with pictures. As a visual learner myself, I love associating words with pictures. If I had to learn German as a foreign language, this would be immensely helpful, and I hope that other people will find it helpful as well. “Das Bild des Tages” offers a different visual image or summary about German grammar, vocabulary, or idiomatic usage each day. The images are also available on the various German with Pictures pages: German Grammar Visuals, German Vocabulary ExpansionGerman Idioms, and Grammar in 5 (quick basic 5-minute grammar explanations in English and in German).

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6 Responses to Bild des Tages

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