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Meet the German Online Teacher!
“Holger is simply one of the best language instructors I've had in any capacity or program, formal or informal. He encourages and motivates me to first communicate, then to refine grammar, use new vocab and try alternative sentence strcutures. As an intermediate student, I have gained confidence, greater fluency and expanded my ability to express nuance and tenses in German.”
- Mark (from the US)
“Holger is an amazing teacher with a lot of experience and knowledge. He is very attentive and patient with my beginner level in German, but at the same time pushing me to speak and get better at it. I am so thankful for taking for taking your class.”
- Alencar (from Brazil)
“Great - my son is much more engaged with German than he was before, and looks forward to and enjoys the lessons with Holger.”
- David (from GB)
“Holger has first helped me pass my A1 and later my A2 exam at the Goethe Institut. I started from zero and now I am applying for a job in Austria. Holger also helped me translate my resume into English. It has turned out really amazing - 80% of the companies, I applied for, invited me to a job interview ; )”
- Dmitry (from Russia)
German is spoken more often in the world than you might think:
As one of the world's most widely spoken languages, German is an important tool for international communication and understanding. With around 100 million native speakers and another 80 million who speak it as a second language, German is the most common mother tongue in Europe and the second most spoken language on the continent (after English). In fact, around 14% of all Europeans have learned German as a foreign language, and it is one of the official working languages of the European Union.
If you're interested in learning German as a beginner, our team of experienced language teachers is here to help. We offer a variety of German language lessons for beginners, designed to help you get started on your journey towards fluency. Whether you're looking to improve your communication skills for work, travel, or personal growth, we can help you achieve your goals. Contact us today to learn more about our beginner German lessons and take the first step towards understanding this exciting and versatile language.
A very precise language!
The German language is very precise:
Are you searching for a reliable online German teacher? Look no further! Our team of experienced German teachers can help you master the precise and nuanced German language. With our beginner German lessons, you'll quickly learn how to effectively communicate in German and make yourself understood with just a few key words.
The German language is known for its precision and attention to detail. For example, the English verb "to remove" can be translated into German as "to eliminate, to pull out, to solve, to take off, to take out, to subtract, to lift, to strike off, to remedy, to take away, to separate, to detach, to abolish, to set aside, to get rid of," and more. Each of these verbs carries specific information and is used in specific situations, so it's important to understand them in context and pay attention to the subtle differences.
Germans value direct and precise communication, and they tend to avoid excessive emotion or extreme tones. In the German language, everything you want to say can be expressed clearly and directly, without the need for extra words or flourishes.
Easier than you think!
"Life is too short to learn German."
It's true that some languages are easier to learn than others, but it's a common misconception that German is particularly difficult or complicated. In fact, many people who already speak English often find German to be easier because of its logical structure and word combinations.
For example, consider the English word "refrigerator." There's no logic behind this word - it's just a label or name for a certain object.
In German we say "Kühlschrank" to it (kühlen - > to cool down / der Schrank - the cabinet). So we have a cabinet that cools down. Makes sense, doesn't it? We can find these word combinations very often in German. We can combine words and build new words from them if we understand the meaning. So German is also a very logical language and works partly like Lego.
If you learn German, you will see, for example, that there are words like: abgehen, weggehen, zugehen, aufgehen, nachgehen, vorgehen, entgehen, eingehen, reingehen, rausgehen, untergehen, runtergehen, aufhen, raufgehen, eingehen, and so on.
All these words are combinations of the word "go" (to go) and an addition that gives us either a direction or additional information about what exactly is happening.
Once you understand the basic "matrix" of German words and how they are constructed, it becomes relatively easy to create new verbs and communicate more effectively in the language. So don't be discouraged by the idea that German is too difficult - with the right approach and guidance, you can learn this logical and expressive language with ease.
Sciene, Culture, Art, Philosophy
Many of the most culturally and scientifically significant figures in human history have spoken German:
German is an ideal language for research and poetry due to its precise and expressive nature.
Many famous writers, poets, and researchers throughout history were German, including Friedrich Schiller, Karl Marx, the von Humboldt brothers, Friedrich Nietzsche, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, and Albert Einstein.
These scholars and artists contributed greatly to our understanding of the world and set new standards in their fields. They include poets, philosophers, researchers, and composers such as Schumann, van Beethoven, Bach, Strauss, and Brahms. With its precise and expressive nature, German is a valuable tool for anyone interested in research or poetry.