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Last updated on August 5th, 2019 at 07:38 pmSo, for about a year I’ve been learning the German language on and off in a small humble city of Germany. It is an ongoing process and I think I’ll never stop learning it. Here is just me trying to describe the emotional rollercoaster that I’ve experienced while learning the great German Vernacular. Stage One: That new exciting Aufregendes Gefühl So it is your early days. You’re full of zing about going to the language school with your shiny little A1 books. You’re still learning a new alphabet, basic vocabulary and simple starter grammar rules. It all seems just so easy and…