Interactive Activities for German Teachers and Students

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Have you registered for Gut yet? You now need a separate subscription from Zut!

In order to use Gut! between the hours of 9am and 4pm on Weekdays, you will need to register with us (even if you already registered to Zut): £48 per school or £30 for private users. The rest of the time the access to the site is free!

If you wish to register a GUT account, click here.


If you are subscribed to both Zut and Gut, you are entitled to a free 12 month subscription to Oye, normally worth £30.00


It’s hard to know what to say right now but if you need activities to give to your pupils online, we’re still here. We’ll keep on adding new exercises on a regular basis. Do not hesitate to contact us directly if you would like us to create some particular exercises or work on a particular topic.

Stay safe and take care.


Please note the new address:

Language Skills

PO Box 7004


CF15 5EA

02922 214316


Our bank details remain the same for bacs payment


To reflect the newest changes in data protection law and in line with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) we have updated our Privacy Policy effective from 25 May 2018, if you'd like to read it click here:

http://www.languageskills.co.uk/resource/zut/privacy policy.pdf


We are in the process of converting all our exercises to html5 so that the site can be used on ipads, tablets and normal browsers. We have also added a new topic "Education Post 16" to Year 11.

If you need any more information, do not hesitate to get in touch with us either through feedback or directly to [email protected]

Please let me know how we can improve our sites in any way.

Catherine Murphy, March 2021

schoolzoneaward 5 Oct 2010

Sunday times

"If your child is stuck learning lists of German vocab, or how to unravel “der, die and das”, a visit to Gut is recommended. With familiar headings such as pets, food and clothes, a pupil starting out with the language should be able to find the topic they are working on. They can then feast on inter-active exercises as they wish. Different strategies work for different pupils, so the site’s range of approaches is really gut: there are writing, matching and crossword exercises, pictures, text and listening tasks. All offer the instant feedback that you do not enjoy in the classroom until books come back from teacher. A new site, Gut covers only years 7-9 (ages 12-14), but it shows that learning at home does not require a flashy “wow” factor when variety and good exercises are on offer."

1 Feb 2004

Shortlisted for "Best Online Learning Resource"

Shortlisted for "Best Online Learning Resource", BETT Awards

1 Jan 2004

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