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The best way to listen to single-serving mp3's is definitely on an iPod from Apple. I use mine more for languages and podcasts than for music!
Download free mp3 audio files of real native speakers, then start learning! Listen to the files as mp3s or copy them to tape, cd, or minidisc and the possibilities are unlimited. Each phrase is spoken once in English and then spoken twice in the foreign language, with time in between for you to repeat aloud. Each audio file matches a section in the printable booklets. Use them together to learn spelling and pronunciation!
|Basic Phrases mp3 audio (3.5 MB )|
|Introductory Phrases mp3 audio (2.2 MB )|
|Phrases Around Town mp3 audio (3.6 MB )|
|German Numbers mp3 audio (1.3 MB )|
|German Alphabet mp3 audio (1.4 MB )|
Here are some pretty cheesy prank calls made by a radio station. It's always the same guy, acting like he's a kid. I don't think it's that funny, but the language is relatively simple and easy to understand, and it's a good opportunity to hear German in the wild if you don't have access to native speakers.
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Schau ins Land is a monthly audio and print magazine on a variety of topics delivered on CDs along with accompanying booklets. The format is a little much for beginners, but once you're able to understand some of the language, this is probably one of the best methods of learning, next to having willing native speakers around! In addition to the magazine stories, there is music with the lyrics in the booklets, and a vocabulary section that covers the vocabulary that is used in the articles to better help you understand what you are hearing and reading. Subscribe
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Read Mark Twain's wonderfully sarcastic essay on The Awful German Language.
Deutche Welle has all sorts of German content, but most importantly, they have a great Learning German language section.