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Introduction German is an easy language for native English speakers to learn. Both languages are Western (meaning Germanic) languages, so they have many similarities. English and German both use the Roman alphabet and have many words that are similar. This is because many English words were derived from German words. German grammar and sentence structure also shares some similarities with English. The biggest hurdle for native English speakers learning German is simply vocabulary and some grammar. The main differences between the German alphabet and the English alphabet are the “ess tset” (ß) and umlauts (two small dots over a vowel). The other differences between German and English lie in the conjugations of verbs. *Please note that, unlike in English, all proper nouns are capitalized in German even if they do not begin a sentence. Pronoun Charts and Example Conjugations Personal Pronouns Singular Plural First person ich I wir we Second person du you ihr you all Third person er he sie they

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