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German preserves a lot of old grammar like 4 cases (think Latin) that English lost after the Norman conquest. (Try to read the beowulf saga to see what I mean)

But it's more consistent with less exceptions than English and has simpler tenses.

I heard linguists saying that learning perfect German is easier than perfect English.

Unfortunately it's also mostly taught like Latin in school with endless grammar lessons.

I spend much time learning Russian grammar and can sympathize how painful this can be.

Cheers Rolf
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In reply to Re^7: PBP in German out of print - solutions? by LanX
in thread PBP in German out of print - solutions? by LanX

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