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Take a look at the best free apps to help you learn German right from your Android. Learning couldn't be any more fun or relaxing and best of all Each of these apps will give you full control so you can learn at your own pace and focus on exactly what is needed. If your purpose for learning German is for business or pleasure, that will be exactly what your focus can Learn words to help you at a board meeting or on your vacation. If German translations are what you need, then you've come to the right place, check out these apps for free and learn to speak German on your Android. Here is a quick and easy way to learn German, an ideal tool for the impatient or eager learner.

Users learn through listening to an automated voice-over feature that speaks the language in a clear, BBC native German accent - which helps with pronunciations. The app teaches you basic day-to-day words such as hello, good morning, how are you, thanks and so on. There are other categories for Emergency, Business, Event, Leisure, Numbers, Travel and Relationships where you will see the most important spoken German phrases to get through a typical conversation or quick exchange. Which side of the border are you? It doesn’t matter with this German Translator Free app. Users can convert phrases in English to German and vice versa, along with a few interesting perks.

This app is quite interactive; it features a dictionary 'word for the day' every day and has an intelligent voice recognition feature that speaks aloud the translated version of what you dictate to it. So if you were to speak an English sentence then you will hear the German translation or when you speak a German phrase, the English translation will be repeated back to you. Also, German Translator uses SMS permissions so you can translate incoming SMS. The app, however, will not read the SMS messages nor will it send them out. You better have Wi-Fi too, because this app needs an active Internet connection to perform all these functions.

Check out another great German Translator by Pleng Apps that translates sentences and words from English to German and vice versa. It has a clear, loud voice recognition feature and a nice, intuitive interface you will love. If that’s the case with you, then this app is screaming ‘pick me'! Get translations free and learn to speak German from your Android with no stress. Take a day at a time, or any day convenient to you, and learn how to pronounce a German word in seconds. With this app, the aim is to teach you one word at a time so that you can memorize it and let it sit with you for [ BBC] a while. That way you are expected to remember what you learned for a long time.

You can learn at your own pace, so select how many words or phrases you want to learn per day- week- month and so on. Learn German Free WordPower is a very simple app; the words are easy to learn and overall navigation is effortless. It has a pretty nice interface too. Not to be confused though, this is not a thorough translator, so don’t get your hopes up. English vocabulary in an entertaining way. Switching to either language is one quick and easy step with the click of a button. Translations are given with a great voice over feature that helps with your pronunciation and to develop your speaking skills. You can hear the pronunciations for both English and German words plus mark and save difficult words to review later.

Additionally, translations can be sent through emails or SMS directly from the app, as well as saved to the SD card. A very simple app, it doesn't have much more to offer than what it says, the interface isn't too bad, the colors look nice along with the background and navigating through the functions is a breeze. We all know how important verbs are in any language. Verbs Pro app is designed solely to assist with incorporating verbs into German and English translations. Users can learn to speak German with more than 1,000 of the most common verbs for building sentences and phases to effectively communicate with friends or acquaintances that speak the language. You will be taught verbs with the Leitner Flashcard System and also full conjunctions with a few quick steps. The app is very effective and offers an attractive interface that is pretty easy to use It enables users to quickly search verbs, save favorites, switch views, access settings, enable the speech feature plus much more. There are desktop widgets that you click for quick access and easy ‘swiping’ technology so that you can pan through functions in no time.

Bright Hub: Germany is currently a leader in solar power, so why does the United States lag so far behind in terms of solar usage? What motivated the Germans to invest so much in this power? German and Japan are the leaders in solar development primarily because they remain two of the most resource constrained, developed countries on the planet. Witness Germany’s massive dependency on Russia for most of its natural gas — solar power’s closest BH: Will Germany maintain its worldwide lead on solar power, especially given the size of the United States compared to Germany? Of course, Germany will not maintain its lead forever and we expect the U.S., China and India to eventually overtake it in terms of MW installed. Indeed, that may be sooner rather than later as Germany is beginning to run up against the limits of its electricity grid to effectively transport distributed, intermittent renewable resources. BH: Is solar a technology that is going to have regional limitations? That is Los Angeles can do more with solar power than say Seattle?

Updated on April 4, 2018 Gable Rhoads moreA political junkie since elementary school, Gable fact-checks political posts on social media - just for fun! Hitler condemned millions of people to death. He was responsible for the most horrific acts against mankind in the 20th century. Babies were murdered, and children experimented on in unimaginable People were shot, gassed, hung, [ BBC] starved and tortured to death. Many people are portraying Hitler as a pro-gun control dictator who was able to take over Germany by seizing the guns of German citizens. But was he able to commit mass genocide because he was pro-gun control and disarmed the German people?

Let's look at his, and Germany's history. He became embittered at Germany's defeat, blaming it on Marxists, Jews, and weak German leaders. Already a staunch patriot, his nationalism propelled him into politics. A powerful public speaker, he and the Nazi party eventually claimed complete control of the German government in 1933. Playing on the German people's patriotism and nationalism, Hitler set himself up as a dictator. He played on people's fears to shift the German citizen's resentment of their own hardship onto minorities and other perceived "takers" in society. Not only were Jews blamed for Germany's woes, but anyone who was deemed a burden on society was marked for The handicapped, mentally ill, and minorities fell victim to his killing machine.

Germany was in ruins after World War I, known then as the Great War. The German people had lost 15% of their young male population. Famine and the flu epidemic further took a toll on the The Treaty of Versailles put the entire blame of the war on Germany, and ordered her to pay huge reparations. The German citizens resented the treaty and the ceding of "their" land to other countries. The stage was set for Hitler, a charismatic speaker who could again instill nationalistic pride in the German citizens. The 1919 German Weapons Ban. In 1919, the German government, in response to the Treaty of Versailles, ordered the German people to turn over all firearms and ammunition. Anyone found in possession of a weapon would face imprisonment and a fine.