ah that's great, I wish I had started learning sooner. But I guess now is better than never! No one in my family speaks German except a distant cousin who lives in Pennsylvania hah so it's tough finding people to talk to. o wells
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I sorta know what you mean. We put our youngest daughter in a German Immersion school from k4 through 5th grade and for the first four years it is pretty much all German. She is really good and I love talking to her in German. I don't feel uncomfortable with her at all and she will correct me whenever I mess up.
HI Kim!!! Welcome. My understanding of German is far greater than my speaking or writing. I can tell German is your favorite subject from what you wrote (although I would never know if the grammar is wrong) and it looks like you have come a long way in only a year.
I tried doing my family tree but gave up. I just don't have the patience although I loved the investigating part of it.
I should really do what you are doing and improve my German by using it here but I am a little shy when it comes to making mistakes which I know is really stupid!!
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