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Top Excuses People Use to Put Off Learning German

Die häufigsten Ausreden sich um das Deutschlernen zu drücken
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I do not have enough time.
Ich habe nicht genug Zeit.
I do not have enough time.
I cannot afford to pay for a language course.
Ich kann mir keinen Sprachkurs leisten.
I cannot afford to pay for a language course.
I do not have anyone to practice the language with.
Ich habe niemanden, mit dem ich die Sprache üben kann.
I do not have anyone to practice the language with.
I am too old to learn a new language.
Ich bin zu alt, eine neue Sprache zu lernen.
I am too old to learn a new language.
I realized I am not good at languages anyway.
Ich habe bemerkt, dass ich sowieso nicht gut in Sprachen bin.
I realized I am not good at languages anyway.
I am too shy to speak the language.
Ich bin zu schüchtern die Sprache zu sprechen.
I am too shy to speak the language.
I am afraid to try to communicate because I make too many mistakes.
Ich habe Angst zu versuchen zu sprechen, weil ich zu viele Fehler mache.
I am afraid to try to communicate because I make too many mistakes.
I have not found the best learning technique yet.
Ich habe bisher noch nicht die beste Lerntechnik gefunden.
I have not found the best learning technique yet.
Everyone speaks English, so why bother?
Jeder spricht Englisch, wozu also die Mühe?
Everyone speaks English, so why bother?
I am sure I will never be able to speak with proper pronunciation.
Ich bin sicher, dass ich nie die korrekte Aussprache beherrschen werde.
I am sure I will never be able to speak with proper pronunciation.
I tried to learn it before, but now I am stuck.
Ich habe schon einmal versucht es zu lernen, aber jetzt stecke ich fest.
I tried to learn it before, but now I am stuck.
I have a bad memory.
Ich habe ein schlechtes Gedächtnis.
I have a bad memory.
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GermanPod101.com
Thursday at 8:04 am
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GermanPod101.com
Thursday at 7:43 am
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Hi Linda,


Well done!😄

The first step toward a solution: identifying the problem.


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GermanPod101.com
Tuesday at 4:25 pm
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Hi Larry,


Thanks for your feedback!👍

Not necessarily an excuse not to learn a language,

but it definitely makes it a lot harder to grow as a learner.


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GermanPod101.com
Tuesday at 4:19 pm
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Hi no name,


Thank you for your feedback.

I hope you will feel better soon.😉


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george
Sunday at 5:22 pm
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Linda
Sunday at 1:14 pm
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Ich übe nicht genug

larry melvin
Sunday at 2:58 am
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you speak too fast

no name
Sunday at 12:49 am
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😞

GermanPod101.com
Friday at 7:52 am
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Hi Karine,


Welcome to GermanPod101 and Wow!😮

Your German is perfect, and if you are as good at your

job as you speak our language (and I am sure you are), you don't have to worry about

finding a job. Germany is nowadays, in my opinion, regarding foreigners

one of the most open-minded places on this planet.

Good luck to you and keep up the good work studying German!😉


Thank you.


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Reinhard

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Karine
Sunday at 3:00 am
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Ich lerne Deutsch ab und zu seit vielen Jahren. Ich würde sagen, dass mein Verständnis und meine Aussprache auf C2-Niveau sind, aber aufgrund der mangelnden Exposition ist meine eigentliche Sprache auf B1-Niveau. Ich habe bereits seit Oktober letzten Jahres einen Intensivkurs in meiner Region besucht, und das hat wirklich geholfen. Ich lerne jeden Tag mehrere Stunden. Ich bin jedoch sehr nervös, dass dies immer noch nicht ausreicht, um bald einen guten Job in Deutschland zu bekommen. Das ist mein Ziel. Ich bin ein qualifizierter Fachmann mit viel Erfahrung in meinem Bereich und spreche 3 weitere Sprachen. Trotzdem fürchte ich, dass deutsche Arbeitgeber sich bei Bewerbungen nicht gegen einen einheimischen Deutschen entscheiden.