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How can I improve my vocabulary?

Improving your voacb is vital to express more complex ideas. Watching german films, reading books or online newspapers such as: Die Welt or Frankfurter Allgemeine, can improve your vocabulary vastly.

Also many verbs in german are made up of simple facts put together - example: the word for slug is 'Nacktschnecke' which literally translate to Nakedsnail which essentially represents what a slug is in the simplest of terms. 

Anna R. A Level German tutor, GCSE French tutor

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