Learn Deutsch with iHeartBerlin: A Different Kind of German Language Book

“Learn Deutsch with iHeartBerlin” is our Christmas present to all those Deutsch A1 drop-outs in need for some other kind of motivation to get into the German language. We collected some of our most beloved features about the German language (such as the one about casual German skills) and turned it into a sassy little book. And to make it even sassier we asked internet sensation and stand-up comedian Daniel-Ryan Spaulding to write the foreword to the book who is elaborating on his own naughty reasons why you should learn German – at least a little!

With vocabulary gems such as “Arschgeige”, “Feierabend”, “Wegbier” and the all-embracing “Na?” you will be equipped with the most practical and comprehensive terms that will fool any German into believing you are proficient in the language.

If traditional German classes make you cry our book will be an excellent remedy. Because everything is easier with a good portion of humor.


Here are the team members of iHeartBerlin responsible for the book: our graphic designer Berk Karaoglu and our author Michalina Górajek who edited and wrote the book:



To get a bit of a taste of what the book has to offer watch this little video we made with some excerpts from the book:




Learn Deutsch with iHeartBerlin
Written by Michalina Gorajek with additional writing by Daniel-Ryan Spaulding and Stella Manouseli
Designed by Berk Karaoglu
44 Pages, 14,8x21cm
10 EUR

Order online here.


You can get the book here in Berlin at the following shops:


Schee, Rosenthaler Str. 15


Urban Spree, Revaler Str. 99



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Frank is the founder and editor-in-chief of iHeartBerlin. He takes photos, makes videos, and writes texts mostly about what's going on in Berlin. His vision and interests have shaped iHeartBerlin since its conception back in 2007 - and he hopes to continue bringing you the best of Berlin for many years to come.