Modern German Film Website!

2013, College, DDR, Deutsch, East Germany, Film, foreign language, GDR, German, german film, learning through film, modern german film, school project, the berlin wall, University, website, West Germany

GermanFilmStrip

http://moderngermanfilm.wordpress.com/

Hello! I would like to introduce you to the Modern German Film website I put together this term! Other people in the class helped locate some of the articles, and I put the rest together! I’m pretty happy about all the work we did! Enjoy! :)

Bed Update: Le Chat et à la Française

Bed, Bedding, Bedroom, Cat Break, Cats, Colorful, Cute, Decorating, Duvet, Fashion, foreign language, Français, France, French, Garnet Hill, Kitties, Kitty, Kristin Bell, la tour de eiffel, Paris, PBTeen, polka dots, prints, red, Relaxation, Sheets, Sleep, stripes, Stuffed Animals, yellow

I don’t know if I’ll ever make it to France, but at least I can have a bit of France on my bed! hehe. I’ve had this cute French-themed duvet for years and just love it! I also have the French text pillow cases to remind me of my failed attempts at learning the French language! haha The cute cat was a gift from my friend! :) I got the French sheets and duvet from GarnetHill.com and the yellow dottie sheets from PBTeen.com. If you click the pic, you can see a closer view of the French pattern! :)

Et En Français! Douce Nuit! Silent Night in French

Acapella, accents, Christmas, Christmas Songs, Christmas Traditions, Douce Nuit, foreign language, Français, French, Holidays, ichbinkeinberliner, Kristin Bell, language, Music, Music Video, Nöel, Silent Night, Singing, Song

Und Jetzt: Stille Nacht

Acapella, Christmas, Christmas Songs, Christmas Traditions, Deutsch, foreign language, German, Holidays, ichbinkeinberliner, Kristin Bell, language, Music, Music Video, Silent Night, Singing, Song, Stille Nacht, Weihnachten

iPad Keyboard Secret!

accents, diacriticals, foreign language, French, German, iPad, Kristin Bell, language, Letters, Spanish

I just got my iPad for Christmas and am finding out new things every day. I just wanted to post this in case someone was wondering how to use accents and diacritically marked letters while typing on iPad, such as ü, é, ñ and all sorts of other ones. I stumbled onto this by accident, but all you have to do when using the keypad is to hold down the letter until a window pops up where there are alternate letters and just click on the letter you would rather have! So, just hold the letter slightly longer than normal and the window will pop open. It is FANTASTIC!!!