Learn how to use doheem & heem correctly

Luxembourgish vocabulary doheem heem

Do you know when to say doheem and heem? Do you know how to correctly say “I am at home” and “ I go home” in Luxembourgish? Are you, like many of my students, also struggling when trying to say this to someone? Here is the answer: You have to ask the following questions: 1. … Read more


Luxembourgish vocabulary watgelift

Learning Luxembourgish can be tricky. But you want to get it right. Right? When you are learning Luxembourgish, a lot of effort is put in picking up vocabulary, spelling, reading and understanding. In the classroom, be it online or in a school, someone is at hand to listen, to support you and shape your learning. … Read more

Kenne Léieren, Treffen, Sech Treffen,

Luxembourgish verbs

In this lesson I will talk about the Luxembourgish verbs treffen and kenne léieren. Let’s start with the verb: Kenne léieren: Use kenne léieren – learning to know –  when encountering or meeting a person for the first time. Beispiller (examples): Schéin dech kennen ze léieren. – Nice to meet you (informal). Mir hunn eis an engem Sproochecours … Read more

Learn more about the Luxembourgish word “een”

Luxembourgish word een

The Luxembourgish word een has several meanings. Learn and practice in this lesson all about that small but useful word. Meaning 1 een = the number one for masculine and neuter nouns Beispiller (examples):  Ech hunn een Hond an zwou Kazen. – I have one dog and two cats.. Mir hunn ee* Kand. – We have … Read more

10 Common Mistakes with Luxembourgish Prepositions

Luxembourgish Prepositions

Prepositions can be very challenging, even for advanced Luxembourgish learners! Today I’ll show you 10 of the most common mistakes students make with prepositions and how to fix them. Mistake 1 Vu wou kënns du? – Where do you come from? Ech kommen vun Italien.  Ech kommen aus Italien. I come from Italy. Use the following prepositions with the … Read more

Learn To Do Correct Phrases with the Verb Verstoen

verstoen luxembourgish verbs

The verb verstoen is one of the first verbs a Luxembourgish student learns:  Ech verstinn dat net. – I don’t understand this. is an oft-repeated sentence in a class. I’ve noticed that almost all of my students (even more advanced learners) always hesitate when it comes to conjugating correctly verstoen (to understand) by using it … Read more

How to use adjectives to compare things or persons

GLLuxembourgish adjecitves comparison

To compare things you need adjectives such as kleng, schéin, kal …  To say in Luxembourgish that something is for example “smaller” or “faster” you’ll  always add the following word before the adjective:    méi    Beispiller (examples): kleng (small) –  méi kleng (smaller) kuerz (short) –   méi kuerz (shorter) séier (fast) –  méi séier … Read more

Learn How To Use The Tricky Luxembourgish Verb Kréien

Luxembourgish verbs kréien

The Luxembourgish verb kréien is a very common verb with the basic meaning of “to get“. Now both kréien and  “to get” are super broad. Take to get: It can mean to receive but it can also mean to achieve or to obtain and so does kréien. The Conjugation: Present Tense: Ech kréien Du kriss Hien / hatt / Si kritt Mir … Read more