In-person & online
German classes

Private Classes, One-to-one format, Corporate & Government Language Training

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Why learn German

Largest economy
in Europe

Germany is the largest economy in Europe and a hub for international organizations.

Most common
native language

German is the most common native language in the European Union.

Proficiency in German
can open doors

Enhance your personal, travel and academic prospects. Proficiency in German can open doors to a variety of life changing opportunities.

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Levels offered

A1

Low Beginner

Learn essential vocabulary and simple grammatical structures necessary for everyday communication. Learn to express elementary needs, understand statements, and ask simple questions.

A2

High Beginner

Learn to understand basic sentences and frequently-used expressions, communicate in simple and routine tasks, describe your background and immediate environment.

B1

Intermediate

Learn to understand the main points of clear standard speech on familiar everyday subjects. Start, maintain and close simple face-to-face conversation on topics that are familiar or of personal interest.

B2

Upper Intermediate

Learn to understand the main ideas of complex speech and text on both concrete and abstract topics, interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers possible.

C1

Advanced

Learn to express yourself fluently and spontaneously; use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes; understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts.

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*Levels based on the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)


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FAQs

Which is the best German course?

The choice of the best German course depends on your learning preferences and goals. Find a language school that offers courses with experienced and qualified teachers. Experiment with different courses to find the one that aligns with your learning style and helps you achieve your specific objectives in learning German.

What is the best way to learn German?

The best way to learn German involves a combination of resources and methods. Enroll in private language classes for the fastest improvement and practice regularly through conversations, reading, and listening to German media. Immersing yourself in the language, connecting with native speakers, and maintaining consistency in your learning routine are key factors for effective German language acquisition.

Is 3 months enough to learn German?

While three months may provide a foundation in German and basic communication skills, achieving full fluency in such a short time frame is challenging. The level of proficiency attained in three months depends on factors like prior language learning experience, study intensity, and immersion in the language.

How long does it usually take to learn German?

The time it takes to learn German varies depending on factors such as the learner’s dedication, prior language learning experience, and the intensity of study. Generally, achieving basic proficiency may take several months, while reaching a higher level of fluency can require several years of consistent effort.

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*Levels based on the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)


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