German Resources

So me and my friend are both immersing in German. We are attempting to get to a decent level of understanding by this October, as we will be studying in Germany (the course is in German).

We thought it would be a cool idea to share a spreadsheet with some links to resources. If you would like to view the spreadsheet then the link for it is below. If you have an suggestions for content that could be added, please comment at the end of this post 🙂

Hopefully the spreadsheet will be of some help to other people looking for German resources!

Here’s the spreadsheet

If you can ignore the terrible memes my friend keeps putting on there then I think you will find the content very useful. It’s all organised into sections and should provide you with enough material for now.



By Matthew Hawkins

  • Kepa Cantero

    Just out of curiosity, do you have an strategy to face the cases, gender, prepositions?

    • Matt Hawkins

      Until I get there I am purely focusing on input and flashcards. I’m not going to bother too much about outputting correctly because I just don’t have enough time to get to that level before I arrive, therefore none of the grammar really matters to me. Also I don’t really need to output that much while I’m there. I can answer the exams in English (which I probably will, as more chance of a higher grade) but I need to understand the exams themselves, therefore mass input is my only strategy at the moment 🙂

    • Matt Hawkins

      Of course, with enough time input will lead to native like output but I still haven’t quite reached that in Japanese yet so I doubt I could do it in German in less than 9 months aha