This website is a place where you can find help to learn Luxembourgish. There is an English book with audio and flash cards for beginners to get you started even without a teacher, there are live online Skype language classes that you can join, and there is a whole online community to answer your questions on social media. 

Liz Wenger is a certified Luxembourgish teacher (by the Ministry of Education in Luxembourg), translator, founder of this website, as well as the author of the book “Learn Luxembourgish: an English Beginner’s Guide to teach yourself Luxembourgish”. She publishes free English-Luxembourgish translations on Facebook and Twitter so that you can learn a new Luxembourgish sentence every day.

The Learn Luxembourgish courses are certified under the Ministry of Education in Luxembourg for people who have lived in Luxembourg for 20+ years and want to acquire Luxembourgish nationality through 24 hours of Luxembourgish lessons. The courses are also approved for "congé linguistique" by the Ministry of Work in Luxembourg if your employer wants to get reimbursed for the courses. 

In December 2015, she was nominated as one of 28 key thinkers, doers, and visionaries who are reshaping European politics and stirring change on the continent by the magazine POLITICO, alongside Viktor Orban, Prime Minister of Hungary, and Margarethe Vestager, European Commissioner for Competition. Liz was the youngest nominee at 31 years of age.

Liz was also interviewed by Delano in November 2017 as part of their Celebrating Luxembourg series portraying 100 personalities illuminating Luxembourg's brand image.

Liz Wenger was born and raised in Luxembourg, and now lives in Toronto, Canada with her husband and children.

Connect with her on Linkedin or send her an email at lizwenger@learnluxembourgish.com

Liz Wenger in Toronto, Canada