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Prantosh 17/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

What are the demerits of online German learning?

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Khushi replied | 12/04/2016

they will not pay much attention to you, if u join by online, moreover network problem is also an issue. so learning german in home is better. I even teach german

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Rajanish Gupta replied | 01/07/2016

tlearners don't get regular chance to interact with teacher...particularly the pronunciation and speaking can be better improved with teacher....but technology can solve these problems...

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Reshma 17/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

What are the advantages of German home tuition?

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Mangesh replied | 15/04/2016

You can learn at the comfort of your home, at time suitable to you, with pace you desire and can cope up with. But look at what you miss...... speaking practice with other students, enjoying class room study, learning with friends and much much more !!!

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Ashish replied | 17/06/2016

You can focus more on speaking with the personal home tutor

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Krishan 17/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

What are the qualifications needed for a good German language trainer?

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Preeti replied | 09/04/2016

For Beginners level 1 Year diploma suffices. 2+ years of learning from reputed institute or graduation is recommended.

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Aastha replied | 11/04/2016

At least B2. 2

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Ashwini 16/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

How can I find the best German home tutor?

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Gaurav replied | 24/04/2016

you can find on this website, ask him for a demo lecture

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Alex Bennett replied | 28/06/2016

The best one is always the best for you! So contact some and find out, how exactly they can fulfill your(!) requirements (e.g.: Native speaker, quote, times, ...).

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Trupti 16/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

Are there any online German language courses available?

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Mangesh replied | 18/04/2016

Yes, there are many tutors who teach online.

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Parul replied | 23/06/2016

Yes, on Goethe's website but they are a little expensive.

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Komal 16/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

How will I master German language grammar?

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Tanmayee replied | 15/04/2016

German grammer is like english grammar... so its kind off a mathematical formula... so all u have to do is first understand the concept and keep solving excercises to gain proficiency...also u can read books to enlarge ur vocab and get better understanding of the use of any particular grammar concept.

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Ashish replied | 02/06/2016

You need to do practice with full dedication but without teacher. It will be too difficult.

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Madhu 15/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

What are the benefits of having home tuitions for German language?

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Nithyapriya replied | 02/07/2016

Better Understanding

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Chandra replied | 05/07/2016

One on one training gives better picture of understanding.

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Harish 15/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

Which is the longest word in German language?'

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Anurag replied | 21/04/2016

Donaudampfschiffahrtselektrizitätenhauptbetriebswerkbauunterbeamtengesellschaft

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Mohit replied | 22/04/2016

I think Staatsangehörigkeit.

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Shiv Kohli 14/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

What are the ways to improve my German vocabulary?

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Shubham replied | 15/03/2016

German is quiet easier than order languages ... You should always read the text and underline the new word and apply that word in ur conversation n in schriben part

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Manisha replied | 15/03/2016

These tips could be applicable for both beginners and advanced level learners:

1. Expand Your Vocabulary with Brand New Words: But how do you find relevant new words to learn, and then how do you actually learn them?The keyword here is relevant. Don t just tear through a dictionary at random but look for contextual words.
2. Notice gaps in your writing and speech:There...  more»
These tips could be applicable for both beginners and advanced level learners:

1. Expand Your Vocabulary with Brand New Words: But how do you find relevant new words to learn, and then how do you actually learn them?The keyword here is “relevant.”Don’t just tear through a dictionary at random but look for contextual words.
2. Notice gaps in your writing and speech:There are many ways to figure out what you don’t know.
Try to name ten items in your immediate vicinity, with their genders and plural forms. If that was easy, describe them in detail. Write an email in German about your job or your studies. You don’t have to send it (although a tandem partner could help you), but you should be honest and detailed. Write about your country or city.
3. Seek out new words in music, videos and books
Don’t be a passive reader or listener.When you read, listen to music or watch movies in German, you’re guaranteed to encounter words you don’t know. That’s normal. What’s important is what you do with those words. Don’t let them float in one ear and out the other. Look them up! Jot them down! Review them often! «less

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Aishwarya 14/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

What are the typical mistakes made by a German language learner?

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Prachi replied | 21/03/2016

A beginner also makes mistake with the verb position and prepositions.

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Venkatarama Durga replied | 21/03/2016

Most of the errors by learners are grammatical in nature: gender of article, cases, prepositions and syntax.

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Rishav 14/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

How can I master German language quickly?

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Lakshmi replied | 25/04/2016

By continuous Practice

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Alex Bennett replied | 28/06/2016

Work on it every day. Only some minutes regularly each day will increase your abilities fast. And especially in the beginning: Try to find out your mistakes and work on it. A good teacher will support you for the best.
Alex the German Teacher

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Ramkumar 13/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

How can I find a good German coaching class?

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Iml replied | 29/06/2016

May i know your land mark in India

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Danish replied | 02/07/2016

Of course, there more chances to get a good job from german language than english. It also creaate a broader way to explore yourself

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Raj 13/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

What is the most difficult part to learn in German language?

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Zahida replied | 26/04/2016

Prepositions and Artikels

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Deepak replied | 26/04/2016

Gender and German Accent

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Sumangala 13/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

Is German a popular language in Asian countries?

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Maneet replied | 19/04/2016

Yes

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Rajanish Gupta replied | 01/07/2016

Yes its popular and a preffered European language...

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Manjunath 13/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

Which are the German language speaking countries?

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Gaurav replied | 08/04/2016

germany, austria, belgium, swiss, france,

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Nithyapriya replied | 10/06/2016

Germany and most parts in eurooe

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Abraham 12/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

What materials are needed for online German language classes?

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Zankrut replied | 06/07/2016

There are many materials available online, but I guess none would make understand the logic behind the language. Vocabulary Grammar and sentence formation books can help.

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Abhishek replied | 06/07/2016

Multiple No. Of vocabs
Simple german Grammar teaching skills
Basic rules of language

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Brahma 12/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

Like English, are there any tenses in German language?

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Alex Bennett replied | 02/07/2016

Yes, of course there are! The same tenses as in English. Two examples: Regular verb: reden (to talk), redete, geredet (pressent, past, perfect). Ich (I) rede, ich redete, ich habe geredet.
The example for an irregular verb: gehen (to go), ging, gegangen. Ich gehe, ich ging, ich bin gegangen. For the perfect you sometimes have to use additionally a form of "haben" (to have)...  more»
Yes, of course there are! The same tenses as in English. Two examples: Regular verb: reden (to talk), redete, geredet (pressent, past, perfect). Ich (I) rede, ich redete, ich habe geredet.
The example for an irregular verb: gehen (to go), ging, gegangen. Ich gehe, ich ging, ich bin gegangen. For the perfect you sometimes have to use additionally a form of "haben" (to have) or "sein" (to be).
For both of the futures you also use the present or the perfect form together with a form of "to be".
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Nithyapriya replied | 02/07/2016

Yes totally 6 tenses

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Himani 12/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

What do you learn German for?

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Lakshmi replied | 02/05/2016

Employment, admission in german University

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Aastha replied | 03/05/2016

For employment reasons or if you want to go germany for work or for further studies. All together learning a language is always been an advantage.

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Boyina.bala 12/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

What are the benefits of online German learning?

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Manoj replied | 02/05/2016

Online German learning helps you to save time and gives you chance to have one-one session with your trainer. Your trainer can take you through some more advance online materials during the session, which are helpful to build your language skills.

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Poorva replied | 04/05/2016

You can learn German anytime you prefer.And also you get many options regarding study material.I think Online german learning has increased these days a lot.and its in a way very beneficial.You have Youtube ,online dictionary,online tests,exercise matertial.

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Ramya 12/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

How long will it take to learn German language?

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Akshay replied | 25/04/2016

It is very easy to learn and within a couple of months you will be able speak German language as it is very easy to learn

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Sudipta replied | 28/04/2016

70 hrs minimum

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K 11/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

I want to learn German language. Any suggestions?

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Aura Academy replied | 20/03/2016

To learn german language select certified professionals who will train & guide you perfectly.Select which level you want to learn their will be different levels in german language for example A1,A2,B1,B2

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Rekha 11/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

How many alphabets are there in German language?

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Mangesh replied | 12/03/2016

There are 26 alphabets same as english from A to Z. Apart from that there are three extra vowels A, O and U with two dots above them, which are called "Umlaut" and one more alphabet "ß" which is strong S. So in all 30 alphabets.....

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Nithyapriya replied | 02/07/2016

30

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Medha 10/03/2016 in  German Language Classes

Where did German language originated?

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Saumya replied | 27/04/2016

German language originated in Scandinavia ie northern Europe. Nomadic tribes living here raided the Roman Empire and forned the 2 countries of Germany and France. Their language mixed with the Roman dialects and Latin. In France the influence of Latin was strong as a result of which the unique French language was formed. In Germany however the Invaders retained a stronger influence...  more»
German language originated in Scandinavia ie northern Europe. Nomadic tribes living here raided the Roman Empire and forned the 2 countries of Germany and France. Their language mixed with the Roman dialects and Latin. In France the influence of Latin was strong as a result of which the unique French language was formed. In Germany however the Invaders retained a stronger influence of their own language. Fir this reason Getman is very similar to north European languages like Danish and Norwegian. «less

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Alex Bennett replied | 04/07/2016

Ok, what was posted before is not so correct, so I as a teacher of German language and history want to give a more substantial answer.
The German language has its roots from the germanic tribes. They were coming probably from the caucasus region. (This is the reason for the word "caucasian"). They conquered europe from the east, beating the Celts. In the end they conquered...  more»
Ok, what was posted before is not so correct, so I as a teacher of German language and history want to give a more substantial answer.
The German language has its roots from the germanic tribes. They were coming probably from the caucasus region. (This is the reason for the word "caucasian"). They conquered europe from the east, beating the Celts. In the end they conquered complete europe. There were several tribes with similar but not the same languages. E.g. the Saxonians or the Franks. France took its name from the Franks (and they were named by their weapon "Franziska"). The development of the languages of the specific european countries was influenced by different historical circumstances. E.g. Italy, Spain, Romania was mostly influenced by the roman language. Because the german territory was only occupied a little by the romans it keeps mostly germanic. It was Martin Luther in the 16th century who created what we call Hochdeutsch ("high German") today. So the German language of today has its root in different germanic languages/dialects, constructed by Luther, influenced mostly by the roman, also by the the greek language and with later `imports` from neighbouring countries like France.
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Ashok replied | 04/03/2016

Studio D and werkstatt are much better. select a theme for a week and teach him.

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Saumya replied | 06/05/2016

Greetings, Numbers, Currency, Date and Time, Name of days of the week and Months, German Holidays, Vocabulary regarding office work - emails, stationaries, computers, copiers etc, Basic Grammar, Daily needs like Directions, Marketing etc. Ideally, they should also have basic awareness of important places, customs and culture.

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Gaurav 21/02/2016 in  German Language Classes

Hello, I am searching for a German language teacher. At first I will like to finish the following books Berliner Platz 1,2,3 and Aspekte B1+, B2. I am already pursuing German language at an institute. Time is very limited for me and I can opt only for online classes. About teacher:- Minimum qualification that I expect from a teacher is C2 certification,...  more»
Hello,

I am searching for a German language teacher. At first I will like to finish the following books Berliner Platz 1,2,3 and Aspekte B1+, B2. I am already pursuing German language at an institute.

Time is very limited for me and I can opt only for online classes.

About teacher:- Minimum qualification that I expect from a teacher is C2 certification, preferably a Master degree in Linguistics with minimum 2-4 years of teaching experience or preferably working as Dozentin.
If you contact me then do propose your rates. My course curriculum is already designed, if you can commit for minimum of 3-5 months of around 120-150 hours then kindly write a short email at:-

Kindly provide the following data:-

Your Age
Your Qualification:- wrt German language only, Certifications, Degree etc
Your present job
Your charges

I have to pay for the course personally, so kindly do consider your charges.

Thank You,

Best regards,
Gaurav
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Venkatarama Durga replied | 23/02/2016

Hello Gaurav, we spoke yesterday. I am still waiting for yr email ID with date and time for demo. Ideally I suggest you communicate thro whatsapp. You have my number. Prasad

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