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How to brush up your German after a break!

If you're thinking about the quickest way to brush up your German language skills, but you don't know the best way to do it, then read this article thoroughly.

I will present two effective ways to quickly regain your German skills after a break.

If you want to brush up your German, you don't have time for complicated explanations or grammar exercises.

What you need is a method that allows you to immediately retrain in German so that your brain cells "rewire" themselves and reconnect the fragments of what you learned earlier.

This is what The GermanMind method does best.

Our online German lessons are short and effective, so you only need to spend about 20 minutes a day learning. They consist of introduction and usage, explanation, example sentences and exercises with solutions.

The biggest advantage of using The GermanMind method is that it is easy to use and user-friendly. The lessons are simply explained and cover the most important grammar topics.

This ensures that after a break in learning, you will be brought back to your old German skills step by step.

Why you shouldn't use films or podcasts to brush up your German

There are a handful of reasons not to:

1. you don't speak yourself

2. you only hear the story from one perspective

3. you don't read 1:1 what you hear, so you don't know the spelling of the words.

And even if there are subtitles, what's the point of watching a word you don't understand the meaning of?

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