• Rosangela2019-02-21 at 22:07

    Sehr schön

  • pr3yanka2018-05-29 at 12:05

    Dieses Lied klingt sehr gut. Ich liebe es. Vielen Dank 🙂

  • Abirami_Ravi2018-03-26 at 16:23

    Dein kurs ist wunderbar 🙂

    • Juliane Klingenberg Nery2018-03-26 at 20:44

      Danke, Abirami. 🙂

      Remember to capitalize the nouns: “Dein Kurs ist wunderbar.

      Bis bald,


  • Shubh2018-02-28 at 08:42

    The link shared by dwallach : except the corrections you made , is rest of the translation correct?

    • Juliane Klingenberg Nery2018-02-28 at 08:44

      Ja! 🙂

  • dwallach2018-02-23 at 17:15

    Hallo.  Ich mag Wortschatz durch Musik lernen.  (looked it up on ReversoContext).  I am a beginner, so I love learning vocab through music.  Dank für das Lied.  Ich kann singen und Wortschatz lernen.  Hier ein link zur GoogleDocs für die Übersetzten.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1E2cUnJtpX2FOX2CrlvKRp4GTqJezQZ9xRfi-71C3DIc/edit?usp=sharing

    I wanted to know what it meant and learn vocab, so I made a GoogleDoc for translation.  Feel free to keep this post if you like the translation, if not, you can remove it.   Vielen Dank!  Tchüss!


    • Juliane Klingenberg Nery2018-02-23 at 21:44

      Hi Diana, 


      that is great. You will find a lot of German songs throughout the whole course.

      Thanks for sharing your translation! 


      There are some small corrections I would make:

      • Take a look at the title of the document. “Es geht mir gut”
      • Lass’ mich von dir umgeben” – “I let myself be surrounded by you”
      • “Sorgenfrei” in the second chorus is not capitalized.
      • Die Stunden fliegen” – the hours fly (meaning “time goes by fast”)


      And it should be “Ich lerne gern den Wortschatz durch Musik.” oder “Ich lerne gern neue Vokabeln durch Musik”.

      “Ich mag” can only be used if no other verb is following. If you have a verb, you have to use the adverb “gern”. If you want, you can already take a look at lesson on day 46, step 7, where I explain the difference between “mögen” and “gern”.


      Thanks again, viele Grüße,


  • Emily_Babbelhund2018-01-09 at 20:44

    Toll!  🙂


    I won’t forget the “mir” anymore (finally)!

    • Juliane Klingenberg Nery2018-01-09 at 20:45

      Wunderbar! 😀

  • Katarina2017-09-08 at 04:20

    What a lovely song!!! Thanks for sharing it with us 🙂

    • Juliane Klingenberg Nery2017-09-08 at 07:13

      Sehr gerne. You are very welcome. 🙂