Are you trying to learn German language but feeling like there is never enough time? Then learning German words on Instagram can be a great way for you to learn new words. If you are spending time on social media anyway, why not learn some new words at the same time? In this article, you will find top 5 Instagram accounts to help you learn new German words.
But before we move on, I would like to say a few words about learning new words on Instagram. Don’t fall into the trap of thinking that the more accounts you follow, the more words you will learn. Most of us go to Instagram just to relax, look at pretty pictures, see what our friends are doing. When you start seeing lots of German words in your fee mixed with the photos from other accounts that you follow just for fun, you can quickly get bored of them and tend to just scroll through them instead of focusing and trying to learn the unknown words. So start slowly, choose the accounts you like the most and try to incorporate learning new German words into your time on Instagram.
With almost 30 k followers at the moment, Days of Deutsch is one of the most popular Instagram accounts focusing on German words. See captions for the English translation of the words.
I find the idea behind this Instagram account simply brilliant. Each photo showcases a German word or a phrase and you can also contribute by posting your own photo with the hashtag #basicgermanwords.
The best thing about this Instagram account is that every post includes the pronunciation of the words. It is especially useful if you are a beginner and you find it difficult to figure out the pronunciation of the German words by reading them.
Looking for more German words? Then check the 5 words to go Instagram account. With each post, you can learn 5 new German words.
And the last picture on this topic is with little Mädchen (girl). Und sie krabbelt (She is crawling). ??☺️?? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ?The new words are der Anzug, das Mädchen ??, die Wiese , schräg and krabbeln. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ??Перевод на русский: der Anzug – костюм, das Mädchen – девочка, die Wiese – луг, schräg – косо, krabbeln – ползти. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ #learngerman #learninggerman #Deutsch #lernendeutsch #dailygerman #switzerland #5words2go #germanvocabulary #learngermanwords #Schweiz #swiss #picturewithwords #germancourse #deutschunterricht #deutschkurs #germanwithpictures #немецкий #немецкийязык #немецкийвкартинках #курснемецкогоязыка #5wordsaday #5word #5words #baby #mother
Omg ?? it is such a wide range of products for Easter in Switzerland ?? The shops look like this ?????? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ?The new words are der Schokohase ?? , das Angebot, die Packung ? , viel (a lot, much)??? and verkaufen ?. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ??Перевод на русский: der Schokohase – шоколадный заяц, das Angebot – предложение, die Packung – упаковка, viel – много, verkaufen – продавать. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ #learngerman #learninggerman #Deutsch #lernendeutsch #dailygerman #switzerland #5words2go #germanvocabulary #learngermanwords #Youtuber #Schweiz #swiss #picturewithwords #germancourse #deutschunterricht #deutschkurs #germanwithpictures #немецкий #немецкийязык #немецкийвкартинках #курснемецкогоязыка #5wordsaday #5word #5words #Easter #egg #bachmann
And the last one is German word of the day. About a year ago I started posting pictures of German words on Instagram for fun. Later the idea to start a blog also came, and this is how German word of the day blog started. Are you following us on Instagram?
Was habt ihr heute gekauft? – What did you buy today? Ich habe heute Milch und Brot im Supermarkt gekauft. – I bought milk and bread in supermarket today. Meine Tasche ist alt. Ich muss eine neue kaufen. – My bag is old. I have to buy a new one. Kauft ihr Kleidung online? -Do you buy clothing online?
This was only a small selection of Instagram accounts for learning German. Please share in the comments any Instagram account you think should be added to the list. There are many many more accounts on Instagram focusing on German grammar or German culture. So let me know if you would like to see a part two for this post.