Don’t confuse the verbs goen & ginn

Luxembourgish verbs goen ginn

I decided to write this lesson as I have seen from the very beginning of my teaching experience and I am still seeing students, even advanced students, confusing the conjugation of the verbs ginn and goen  and having difficulties in differentiating them when trying to formulate a sentence. These 2 verbs have a completely different … Read more



Bretzelsonndeg or Pretzel Sunday, is a Luxembourgish tradition dating back to the 18th century, and takes place on the 3rd Sunday of Lent. Unlike the traditional German salted pretzel, this pretzel is a sweet delicacy made from puff pastry covered with sugar and almonds and it’s shape is said to represent the interlaced arms of a couple. Romantics … Read more

6 Ways to Improve your Communication Skills in Luxembourgish

When speaking Luxembourgish, you may know lots of vocabulary and grammar, but still, be a terrible communicator. In order to speak Luxembourgish well and do well on the Sproochentest Speaking test, you will need to improve your communication skills, as well as your language knowledge. It’s important to practice these daily to improve your communication  … Read more

Moien and 8 other ways to say Hello in Luxembourgish


Learning Luxembourgish ? Starting with the appropriate greeting will help you make a good impression and get the conversation rolling with native Luxembourgish speakers.  In this lesson, you’ll learn different ways to say hello in Luxembourgish. Some are more formal than others and some are universally used: Moien – Hello If you’ve been in Luxembourg … Read more