Games to practice German – Enjoy learning a new language
Learn by doing! As with any language, German is easier to learn when you enjoy what you are doing. While playing German language games, you can explore and acquire the language without even realizing that you are learning!
Below is a list of language games that will help you to learn new German words and grammatical constructions in an easy way. Some of the games listed here do not make use of German in particular, but you will need your logical strategies to solve them. Nevertheless, the instructions are always written in German, so you have to figure out what to do before you start.
Some of the crosswords might be quite difficult since they contain cultural facts and specific German words, but don’t get scared and try your best.
So . . . let’s get started!
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Focus on fun! These exciting, interactive German games will not only strengthen your German vocabulary and grammar, but will also enhance your memory skills, test your ability to beat the clock, help you learn more about German culture and challenge you to beat your own score.
Hangman, crosswords, memory and many other interesting games are waiting for you on this website.
All sorts of different games can be played on this website. Click onto “Denkspiele” or “Quiz&Test” to improve your German language.
Browse through the section “Lernen” to upgrade your vocabulary and grammatical knowledge.
This Swiss website has several games depending on which field you are interested in. Try to play some adventure games where the computer tells you what to do in German.
The “Goethe-Institut” offers a wide range of language games appropriate for all ages and language levels.
Use different language games to improve your German language. A lot of these games are designed in a playful way and might look like they’re intended for a younger audience, but don’t be fooled! They might not be as easy as they look!
On this website you can specify your level before starting to play.
Sudoku has recently become one of the most popular strategy games in Germany. Nowadays, there is at least one Sudoku in every newspaper.
In this game you will be asked to write the past tense form of the verb in the suitcases before the train leaves the platform.
Learn how to tell the time in German with interactive cards and clocks.
Build the city of languages in German. Figure out how to say “hello” in different languages and try to identify which language is spoken in which country.
The big Germany Puzzle. Figure out how well you know your way around Germany, its geographical facts and cultural traditions.
The three German articles are difficult to learn. Play this game to get an idea of which article to use for different nouns.