Weekly Lesson

Wat Gelift?


Learning Luxembourgish can be tricky. But you want to get it right. Right? When you are learning…

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Learn when to use wann, wéini and wéi


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Mistakes with prepositions

10 Common Luxembourgish Mistakes with Prepositions


Prepositions can be very challenging, even for advanced Luxembourgish learners! Today I’ll teach…

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Treffen

Sech Treffen, Treffen, Begéinen, Kenneléieren


https://www.luxembourgishwithanne.lu/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/109-WL-treffen-2.m4v Kenneléieren:…

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How to use verbs like unhunn, ugoen, umaachen …


We native speakers use a LOT of verbs with separable prefixe, commonly called “Trennbar Verben”.…

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opstoen, opmaachen, oppassen

How to use the verbs ophalen, opstoen, opmaachen & oppassen


Today is a fun subject that’s always a hot topic: Verbs with separable prefixes - commonly called…

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How to say “I am sorry” in Luxembourgish


Sometimes we say or do really stupid things. That’s ok as long as we apologize. But how? Have this…

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Learn to use “Si” and “hatt” correctly in Luxembourgish


Si or hatt This is a topic I want to talk about because in my Luxembourgish coaching sessions I…

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Do you know what the Luxembourgish n-rule is all about?


Are you, like many of my students, also struggling with the pervasive Luxembourgish rule of final…

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Learn how to use doheem & heem


Do you know when to say doheem and heem? Do you know how to correctly say “I am at home” and “ I…

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