Gute Laune Hits Top 40

Hier entsteht eine Liste mit den besten 40 Gute Laune Hits aller Zeiten! Du suchst Musik, die dich motiviert und dir eine gute Laune bringt? Hier ist die Liste mit den 40 besten Hits fĂĽr gute Laune und Motivation!

  1. Shakira – Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)
  2. Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber – I Don’t Care
  3. Buddy – Ab in den SĂĽden
  4. GĂ©nĂ©ration Goldman – Je te donne (Leslie & Ivyrise)
  5. Culcha Candela – Von Allein
  6. TAL feat. FLO RIDA – Danse
  7. Culcha Candela – Monsta
  8. TAL – Le Sens de la Vie
  9. Culcha Candela – Schöne Neue Welt
  10. Keen’v – Tahiti (Sommerhit 2020)
  11. Peter Fox – Alles neu
  12. Keen’v – Un Monde Meilleur
  13. Carly Rae Jepsen – I Really Like You
  14. Cimorelli – Made In America
  15. Las Ketchup – The Ketchup Song
  16. Cimorelli – Believe In You
  17. Rednex – The Spirit Of The Hawk (Extended remix)
  18. Avril Lavigne – Girlfriend
  19. Avril Lavigne – Sk8er Boi
  20. Demi Lovato – Heart Attack
  21. Helene Fischer – Atemlos durch die Nacht
  22. O-Zone – Dragostea Din Tei
  23. Alvaro Soler – Sofia
  24. Alvaro Soler – La Cintura [Remix] ft. Flo Rida, TINI
  25. LaFee – Heul doch
  26. LaFee – Zeig Dich!
  27. The XX – Intro
  28. Angèle – Oui ou Non
  29. Joyce Jonathan – Ça Ira
  30. Pharrell Williams – Happy

Aufgepasst: Die Gute Laune Hits Top 40 gibt es jetzt als Playlist auf Youtube und auf Spotify.

Resources and materials for learning German

Hello my English friends or friends of German! Maybe you are are intersted in new langauges, especially German. This is a great idea! German is a beautiful and easy to learn language, if you know how. If you are familia with English you may have no difficulties with German. You will do it easy, because German has a very simular grammar like English and otherwise. Additionally you have to learn the gender-articles, but also specific declinations. German is also a reflexive language like French or Spanish. If you love linguistics, especially grammar and phonetics, you will doing well with learning German!

By the way: Germany with a Y at the end of the word is the name of a country close to Austria and Swiss, but German without a Y at the end of the word is the name of the German language which is spoken in Austria, Swiss and Germany. If you are not sure which German you should lern, just choose the Austrian one, it’s much better than the Germanys one!

If you are looking for good resources for learning German by yourself I would suggest you the following websites: