We’re delighted to announce that Coffee Break German Season 2 will launch on Monday 13th February. In this video, join learner Mark and our new teacher Andrea as they discuss what’s coming up in Season 2. Julia, our Cultural Correspondent, also joins us for the new season.

To access the free lessons of Season 2, make sure you’re subscribed to the podcast – see the links below. Lessons will be published fortnightly, so lesson 2 will be available on Monday 27th February. The premium version of Season 2 will be available on the Coffee Break Academy from 13th February. Again, episodes will be published every two weeks, so premium members will be able to access the videos, bonus audio and lesson notes for each lesson as they become available.

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    10 replies to "Introducing Coffee Break German Season 2"

    • Trevor Boyd

      I have done some German in the past (including an Open University Level 1 Module) but not for a few years. Do I need to start with Coffee Break German 1 or could I jumped straight into Season 2?

      Thank you

      Trevor Boyd

    • Shane

      I have just finished Coffee Break German episode 39 and was feeling a bit sad that tomorrow will be the last show.

      So I was delighted to log onto the website and learn there is a season 2!

      Our Head Office is in Berlin so I am there every 3 months. Although I do not need German for my job I feel it is an excellent opportunity to lean and use a language. Coffee Break German has helped me book hotel rooms, order meals, make small talk, give directions, get taxis and most importantly given me confidence to speak the language.

      I live in Vermont so I do not get much opportunity to speak German and there are no classes near me so Coffee Break German has been crucial. I actually just completed Goethe Institute A1 German distance learning and I feel I learned more from Coffee Break German (at a fraction of the cost!!)

      So as soon as it is available I am signing up for the paid version of season 2 because I love the video flashcards!


      Keep up the great work!


    • Julian

      Superb work on Season 1, and the podcasts are a great way to train the brain while commuting. One question though, what happened to the Genitive case? Are you planning on introducing it in this season, or is it going to stay like that awkward relative the family don’t discuss?

      • radiolingua radiolingua

        We’ll be covering the genitive in season 2!

    • Erik

      So glad to see season 2, season 1 was fantastic!! I recommend Radio Lingua any time I have the opportunity.

      Thanks from Detroit.

    • mas

      Hello Mark,
      Why isn’t it possible to download mp3 files of coffee break German season 2?

      • radiolingua radiolingua

        You can download the free episodes of Season 2 from any podcast app by subscribing to the podcast. Hope this helps.

    • Wenke

      Hi Mark, may I ask which level it covers in CBG Season 2?Like A2 or something? Thanks! I love the first season of Coffee Break German, it’s just wonderful!

      • Coffee Break Languages Coffee Break Languages

        In Season 2 we work between A2 and B1. Of course, like all self-access courses, we’re focusing on receptive skills, so while you’ll be able to understand B1 level written and spoken texts you may not necessarily be producing B1 level language. We would suggest that you combine Coffee Break German with other resources and opportunities to speak and write in German. Hope that helps.

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