Monthly Archives: March 2014


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Am 07.04.2014 & 14.04.2014 starten die nächsten Deutsch-Intensivkurse bei der DeutschAkademie! Komm einfach in unser Büro! Wir beraten dich gerne von Montag bis Donnerstag zwischen 9 Uhr und 19 Uhr oder freitags zwischen 9 Uhr und 15 Uhr! // Our next intensive courses start on April 7th, 2014. Just come to our office! We are happy to give you advice from Monday to Thursday between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. or  on Fridays between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.!



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Bike riding with my classmate!


This morning was amazing. I went bike riding with my classmate George from Japan. We met in DeutschAkademie with our bicycles ready to fun. Then we went to Donau Island because our classmate MariaVictoria told us that it was a beautiful place. She was right and the way was very nice too. We spent one hour but we went enjoying the views. And we didn´t know the way, but with internet in the mobile everything is easy. We went first to the Ring until Donau Canal, then we went to the right, after three bridges we turned left… I don’t remember any more, but finally we arrived to Donau Island. The weather was fantastic. It was the first day in bicycle around Vienna for George. He has been here for one month. We looked like children again.

For sure we are going to repeat!


New vocabulary!


We learnt a lot of new vocabulary this morning. Nadine taught us new words of furniture and adjectives like big-small, dark- light, cheap-expensive, etc. We learnt how to fill a form and new words like gender, name, last name, address, postal code, religion, town, telephone number, nationality, number of passport, etc. Then, in couples we painted our classmates and ask questions about their life. Everybody wrote and painted a profile and shared.

 We have learnt how to ask where a country or city is and explain where it is. We watched the maps of Germany, Switzerland and Austria and then we asked our classmates for the location of cities. We learnt the possessives forms and very important information about Vienna, like how many districts there are, their names and location.


Bike riding around the city!!


When I arrived to this city my mother in law gave me a bike as a present. She read my mind. I really love to bike riding and I do it on friday morning when I don’t have german class. It is amazing, especially when is spring and in Vienna. I like to go around the Ring and sometimes I go to old town between narrow streets. In this city are many bicycle ways and the view is amazing. You pay 1 euro each hour. I think that it is cheap. Last Friday I went to bike riding with my best friend. She is from Vienna and she knows many special places in this city like streets or restaurants. We enjoy a lot because it was a sunny day and the weather was perfect to explore the city. We biked riding for four hours and we stop just one time to make friends. In the end we were tired and hungry but very happy!


Unsere Fotos vom GET TOGETHER – STAMMTISCH IN WIEN am 19.03.2014


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für den lustigen Abend im Schrittesser in Wien an ALLE FREUNDE der DeutschAkademie! Ihr seid  großartig und deswegen wurde der Stammtisch wieder einmal zu einem tollen, internationalen Zusammentreffen mit interessanten und lieben Menschen.

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schon auf den nächsten Stammtisch, wünschen euch einen schönen Tag und viel Spaß beim Deutsch lernen!

G E M E I N S A M   &    M  I  T      S  P  A  ß      Z  U  M      E  R  F  O  L  G!



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to see so many of you at the GET TOGETHER – STAMMTISCH.

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for the fun evening at Schrittesser in Vienna to ALL FRIENDS of DeutschAkademie! You all are fantastic and that is the reason why the Stammtisch was a great and international meeting with interesting and lovely people again.

We are already looking forward to the next Stammtisch!

 S  U  C  C  E S  S     T  H  R  O  U  G  H     F  U  N!

We wish you a great  day and enjoy the photos!



Great group!!


Everybody in my German class comes from different countries.


I have classmates from Saudi Arabia, Italy, Spain, Japan, Rumania, Kosovo, Kuwait and Kazakhstan. There is only one lucky boy in our class. He is George, he comes from New York although he was born in Japan. He loves New York and he lived there for more than 20 years. All of us came to Vienna for love, studies or job. Some of our couples are from here or they are working here… so we live here… Three of us have children, and Maria Victoria, from Spain has a daughter who lives here many years ago. She comes to Vienna to visit her frequently. All of us want speak German because we want to get a job, or because we are living here, so we need it for integration. I really like everybody. We are a great group!



Let’s talk!


We have enjoyed a lot our first week learning German. The competency games were the funniest. And our teacher Nadine knows that. She uses it to make us learn the numbers and the articles. That is very funny because we have the same level so the competition is hard-fought. With the articles we made two groups and Nadine said one word. The group, which told her the article correctly, won. Finally the two teams evened the score.

Every day we have conversation between us. But today was different. We went to the cafeteria and we practice what we have learned in class. Everyone spoke with the waiter and asked for something to drink or to eat. And beside we had time to talk and know each other better. It was very entertaining and we were speaking German in the same time!



Spürt ihr auch den warmen Sonnenstrahl auf eurem Gesicht? Ja, man kann ihn auch schon von weitem erkennen. Am Duft zum Beispiel. Lange bevor er da ist, kann man den Frühling schon riechen. 

Kathrin bringt uns die ersten Frühlingsboten aus der Steiermark mit. 

Wo habt ihr den Frühling bereits entdeckt? 


Foto by Kathrin Kreiner @ Hof bei Straden in der Südoststeiermark

Welcome to Vienna!


Vienna is a small city but with international environment. Here you can find very beautiful architectural ensembles like baroque castles, cathedrals, gardens, monuments. Everything is clean and organized. It is the city of music, because of its musical legacy and it is the city of dreams because it was home of Sigmund Freud, the father of psycho-analyst.

But what is really amazing for me is that everybody in this place is enjoying in their houses and flats of water comes directly from the mountains. We are drinking and taking a shower with pure water. Vienna’s water comes from the Lower Austrian-Styrian Alps. The water reaches Vienna without pumps through galleries and due to extensive spring protection, the water needs no treatment. I think this was one good reason to be ranked in the first place of cities with best quality of life in the world. Vienna was in this place for four years (2009-2012) until 2012 when this status changed and Vienna was ranked number two.

The English name Vienna is borrowed from the Italian name Vienna. Vienna and the official German name Wien, are thought to be derived from the Celtic word “windo-“, meaning bright or fair.  But there are different opinions about that. Some said that the name comes from Vedunia, meaning “forest stream,” And this make sense thank to beautiful forest stream there are in and around the city.