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Posts by Gamesforlanguage

Cats, Windmills, Marionettes and More in Dutch Idioms

Dutch is spoken by 23 million people as a mother tongue. It's the only official language in the Netherlands, and one of three official languages […]

From Hats to Boots - 25 Fun Idioms in English

Recently I again came across Hans Christian Andersen's tale “The Emperor's New Clothes”. (image from Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales Stained Glass Coloring Book, Image […]

Pre-Corona European Travels 12 – Bordeaux and Arcachon

In September 2019, as we flew from Amsterdam to Bordeaux, Ulrike and I had no idea yet how different our life would be in a […]

German Numbers 0-12 Idioms: “Ach du grüne Neune” and others

Idioms are a wonderful, expressive part of any language. But because you cannot guess the meaning from the words in them, they can be puzzling. […]

Fluent.Simple - Updating our “Ripeti con me!” Review

Becoming fluent in another language you love is very good feeling! Some time ago, we wrote a review of “Ripeti con me!”, a downloadable audio […]

The German Separable Prefix “mit-”

German prefixes are hard for English speakers as they often seem capricious. When used in sentences, they are sometimes attached, and sometimes they're not. And […]

Gamesforlanguage Favorites During Covid-19 in 2020

Ten years ago, GamesforLanguage started out as an experiment and family project: a language teacher and course editor, a retired engineer, a computer programmer (our […]

A Ten-Year-Old Learns French With GamesforLanguage

Public schools in the US traditionally have a week of school vacation in mid-February, that didn't change even during the pandemic. Since spending time with […]

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