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579/585, Balas Muthurangam, Gandhipuram, Coimbatore, India- 641012.

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Sam's Lingua centre is one of the Language centres in Coimbatore offering courses in foreign languages like French,Spanish,German and Japanese.

What Sam's Lingua Centre offers

Coaching for Academic and General Module

Individual attention to each student.

Tips and strategies for each section and each question type

Daily and weekly assessment

Mock tests

Interactive teaching of Grammar

Help with vocabulary

Coaching for Academic and General Module

Individual attention to each student.

Tips and strategies for each section and each question type

Daily and weekly assessment

Mock tests

Interactive teaching of Grammar

Help with vocabulary.

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579/585, Balas Muthurangam,

1st and 2nd Floor, Crosscut Road, Gandhipuram, Coimbatore-641012

Gandhipuram, Coimbatore, India- 641012.

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5.0 from 20 reviews

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- by Pavithra

attended German Classes in coimbatore

posted on 13 Feb, 2018

"I am doing my German A1 in this center. Teachers are teaching in a easy way and they always motivates the student. It is the best center to learn a new language. "

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- by Bhavya .S

attended German Classes in coimbatore

posted on 10 Feb, 2018

"The teaching is very nice and good, so clear and easy to learn, very interesting. Sir is very nice in explaining grammar and very punctuality. "

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- by Vijaya Lakshmi

attended German Language

posted on 08 Jun, 2017

"When I joined Sam’s Lingua I had this hesitation as to how will I be able to learn a new language right from the beginning. I had my own fear that I wouldn’t be able to clear the examination. But little did I know that learning a new language isn’t that difficult as it seemed in my head. Sujay Sir has always been encouraging me that with little bit of hard work from my end scoring marks even above 90% is not that difficult to achieve. One of the best thing about learning in Sam’s Lingua is that you can always go back to Sir with your doubts any number of times and he has always been more than ready to help me with getting my doubts clarified. I received more number of practice question papers to get me understand the concepts thoroughly. Pronunciation is as important as Grammar and Bernard Sir helped me a lot in getting my pronunciations correct every time. The flexible class duration and the dedication given by Sujay Sir and Leah Mam towards each individual student is what makes Sam’s Lingua best from rest of the language centers available in this city. When my exam date was getting closer I dreaded facing the exam, but Mam has been highly supportive in evaluating my answer scripts and letting me know the key areas that I should focus on. We have always been encouraged to speak in German and there were many group activities to make us get acquainted with the sprechen (Speaking) part of the exam and that has boosted my confidence level to come up and speak in Deutsch. "

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- by Arvind.R

attended German Classes in coimbatore

posted on 22 Jan, 2017

"If you want to learn German this is the best place for doing so.The teachers are very friendly and flexible timings for attending the class are also available. "

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Answers by Sams Lingua Centre (2)

"What are various job opportunities after learning German language?" in   Language/Foreign Language/German Language

Hi, learning a foreign language is very good. There is a growing demand in the market for students with a working knowledge of German. With MNCs setting up operations in the region, the requirement for professionals with knowledge of foreign languages is increasing. Germany is home to numerous international corporations like Daimler Chrysier, Siemens, Bosch and SAP. German companies are among the world's largest exporters. You can explore jobs in Corporate world (especially MNCs) that look for people in India who know and understand their language. If you hold any other degree apart from the diploma in German language, you may look out for job opportunities with German companies in that field. You could explore job opportunities as Advertising Copywriter, Advertising Manager, Art Dealer, Bilingual Educator, Court Interpreter, Editor, Fashion Buyer, Foreign Service Officer, International Hotel Administrator, International Consultant, Interpreter, Journalist, Multi-Lingual Port Receptionist, Overseas Personnel Manager, Pharmaceutical Representative, Professor, Proofreader, Publishing Specialist, Reporter, Scientific Linguist, Scientific Interpreter, TESO/ESL Teacher, Travel Agent Tour Organizer etc. Some of these positions may require additional education beyond the knowledge of the foreign language. Job prospects vary from secretarial, executive and public relation assignments as well as for translation and interpretation jobs. Translators are employed with industries, publishing houses, research and government organisations such as the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) and embassies etc. Companies such as HP, Oracle, Samsung, Hyundai, LG, Thomson, GE, Aventis, Moulinex etc are employing language experts. Other job opportunities for a language specialist are travel and tourism sector, hotel industry, exhibitions and fairs, airline offices, export agencies, radio stations, trade organizations and teaching.

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"Is there any similarity between French and German language?" in   Language/Foreign Language/German Language

German sounds more like English than French and the vocabulary is closer. However, German is still an inflected language with four cases, three genders, and adjective endings which change depending on where they are in relation to the nouns: this part takes time to master. German also has a strangely inverted word order when it comes to verbs, especially compound ones. Both German and French use different auxiliaries depending in whether the verb indicates a change of state or motion. French nouns and adjectives are simpler than German, changing only between singular and plural and masculine and feminine. The plural is written differently but often pronounced the same as the singular, so number is indicated by the article or verb forms. French pronunciation is the biggest barrier to English speakers, and a close second is how fast French is spoken in everyday speech: many of the vowels disappear and what non-natives hear is a rapid staccato of consonants all run together (of course English is almost as bad in this regard). They both have their problems but they are both well worth learning as they are major languages of art, science and commerce. Besides, I study them for the fun of it, just like you.

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Sams Lingua Centre address

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IELTS Coaching classes

Paper for which assistance is provided

Academic (For students), General (For intending to work in a non-technical job abroad)

Class Location

At the Institute

Spanish Language classes

Course Duration provided

6-12 months, 1-3 months, 3-6 months

Certification provided

Yes

Class Location

At the Institute

Japanese Language classes
Spoken English classes

Language of instruction offered

English to English, Tamil to English

Class strength catered to

One on one/ Private Tutions

Teaching done in

Basic Spoken English, English Grammer, Vocabulary

Class Location

At the Institute

"What are various job opportunities after learning German language?" in   Language/Foreign Language/German Language

Hi, learning a foreign language is very good. There is a growing demand in the market for students with a working knowledge of German. With MNCs setting up operations in the region, the requirement for professionals with knowledge of foreign languages is increasing. Germany is home to numerous international corporations like Daimler Chrysier, Siemens, Bosch and SAP. German companies are among the world's largest exporters. You can explore jobs in Corporate world (especially MNCs) that look for people in India who know and understand their language. If you hold any other degree apart from the diploma in German language, you may look out for job opportunities with German companies in that field. You could explore job opportunities as Advertising Copywriter, Advertising Manager, Art Dealer, Bilingual Educator, Court Interpreter, Editor, Fashion Buyer, Foreign Service Officer, International Hotel Administrator, International Consultant, Interpreter, Journalist, Multi-Lingual Port Receptionist, Overseas Personnel Manager, Pharmaceutical Representative, Professor, Proofreader, Publishing Specialist, Reporter, Scientific Linguist, Scientific Interpreter, TESO/ESL Teacher, Travel Agent Tour Organizer etc. Some of these positions may require additional education beyond the knowledge of the foreign language. Job prospects vary from secretarial, executive and public relation assignments as well as for translation and interpretation jobs. Translators are employed with industries, publishing houses, research and government organisations such as the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) and embassies etc. Companies such as HP, Oracle, Samsung, Hyundai, LG, Thomson, GE, Aventis, Moulinex etc are employing language experts. Other job opportunities for a language specialist are travel and tourism sector, hotel industry, exhibitions and fairs, airline offices, export agencies, radio stations, trade organizations and teaching.

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"Is there any similarity between French and German language?" in   Language/Foreign Language/German Language

German sounds more like English than French and the vocabulary is closer. However, German is still an inflected language with four cases, three genders, and adjective endings which change depending on where they are in relation to the nouns: this part takes time to master. German also has a strangely inverted word order when it comes to verbs, especially compound ones. Both German and French use different auxiliaries depending in whether the verb indicates a change of state or motion. French nouns and adjectives are simpler than German, changing only between singular and plural and masculine and feminine. The plural is written differently but often pronounced the same as the singular, so number is indicated by the article or verb forms. French pronunciation is the biggest barrier to English speakers, and a close second is how fast French is spoken in everyday speech: many of the vowels disappear and what non-natives hear is a rapid staccato of consonants all run together (of course English is almost as bad in this regard). They both have their problems but they are both well worth learning as they are major languages of art, science and commerce. Besides, I study them for the fun of it, just like you.

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Sams Lingua Centre conducts classes in French Language, German Language and IELTS Coaching. It is located in Gandhipuram, Coimbatore. It takes Regular Classes- at the Institute. It has got 20 reviews till now with 100% positive feedback.

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