Learn all about the Weekdays in Luxembourgish

weekdays Luxembourgish

Do you know how to use the weekdays when talking in Luxembourgish? Learn in this lesson how to use and understand common phrases with the weekdays native speakers use in everyday conversations in Luxembourgish. When memorizing chunks of phrases, such as méindes moies, gëschter Moien,  you will feel more confident and you will be able … Read more

Learn 10 Luxembourgish Prepositions of Time

Luxembourgish prepositions time

When talking about the time in Luxembourgish, it can become tricky to know which preposition (no, virun, um, zënter …) to use. And in this lesson I will help you with sample sentences how  to use these  prepositions correctly so that you get more fluent in conversations. If you haven’t read my previous lesson about … Read more

Learn how to make an appointment in Luxembourgish

make appointment Luxembourgish

In today’s lesson you’ll learn more about how to make appointments in Luxembourg and express relevant arrangements in Luxembourgish. Now no matter if you are arranging a first date or a dentist appointment, the etiquette of punctuality is important in Luxembourg. 1. Calendar Dates and Clock Times in Luxembourgish  Let’s start with fixing a date. … Read more

What is the listening comprehension test about?

Listening Comprehension

You would like or you have registered for the Sproochentest to get the Luxembourgish citizenship but you don’t know where to start? In my previous article I talked about the oral part of the test. If you haven’t read it yet do it here! Today I’m going to share with you all you should know … Read more

Want to know what the Sproochentest is?

Sproochentest is all about

Are you curious about getting the Luxembourgish citizenship because it could be a benefit to you, to your family and your children?  But how do you apply to get the dual citizenship? What are the clauses to apply for it? Why is everyone talking about the Sproochentest? So first, be aware that there is a … Read more

Learn the different meanings of the Luxembourgish preposition “Bei”

Luxembourgish preposition bei

Bei is part of the prepositions called two-way prepositions such as an and op. These prepositions will take on either the accusative case if they can answer the question wouhin – where to an action or object is going to (direction, movement); or the dative case, if they describe wou – where the action is taking place (location, situation). These are several meanings … Read more