8. Learn 100 Words as Soon as Possible
Learning the alphabet and how to pronounce each of the letters is the starting point. Once you know how to pronounce letters and letter combinations, what you need is a vocabulary.
It’s going to take you more than a couple of days to do it, but create a list of 100 German words you want to learn. Set a timeline for how many words that you think you can learn each week, making sure you are realistic.
Having a target list of vocabulary words can help you to see how much you are progressing. Knowing vocabulary words doesn’t mean you have learned a language, but it does give you a foundation for using the words you have learned.
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