I am not doing to good in my German class and I was wondering if anyone knew of a way I could learn outside of school? Maybe a site that teaches the basics? Or maybe someone on here that is willing to help? I really have no clue on how I can get some help, only like three people at school *all grades* are taking German. The requirements were set pretty high and how I made it I have no idea. But the two other people are these two girls I can't stand so that wouldn't work out. And truthfully, they aren't doing too good either.

Anyone have any suggestions?

These sites may help you.

You could also ask your teacher for help before or after school.

Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. In addition to the information Ms. Sue gave you her are some of my German sites that look like they will help you:
(German Grammar, Main Menu)
(German Grammar on the Web)
(Learn German on the Net Website)
(How to Pronounce German)
(English/German cognates to speed your vocabulary learning)
(German for Beginners, the alphabet)
(German for Beginners, from the Goethe Institute)

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