I like this post very much! It's a good repository to lookup things! I came here 5 month ago and tried to learn German all by myself, because all my belongings were still in my home country. So I tried to get asylum (to get a place in a german school), but as Germany is run over by asylum seekers, I just wouldn't get it.
So for the fast few months getting to the internet cafe in my neighberhood and reading sites like yours and those you linked were the only way for me to learn a little bit german. But a few weeks ago my parents came over too and they were able to get our savings. So now we have some money and spent it so that I can visit a German intensive course in Berlin, where we live. And now I changed from asylum to a visum :)
I just wanted to thank you and share my story with you, because without you I would still be totally lost in Berlin. THANK YOU! Now I'm going to visit this language school and hopefully I'll get a job soon afterwards, as I'm now not a refugee anymore and hopefully will speak German in a few months :)
It's sad that this is so much of a difference to the German goverment, but the people I met so far think like me, so I'm happy to see that the Germans are very friendly people, full of love for everyone :) Anyway I'm still happy I found your site and already showed it to my parents. I hope some day I can give you something in return for all the support you showed towards refugees!
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