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Answered on 16 May Language/Foreign Language/German Language

Rupali Kushwaha

German Language Expert

Hi Raunak, You can find the online courses at UrbanPro platform itself. You just need to put your request as a student then interested teachers will get back to you themselves. We can't frame the time limit to have the fluency in any of the language. It purely depends upon the various factors. for... read more

Hi Raunak,

You can find the online courses at UrbanPro platform itself. You just need to put your request as a student then interested teachers will get back to you themselves.

We can't frame the time limit to have the fluency in any of the language. It purely depends upon the various factors. for ex:

a) What is the mode of the study

b) frequency (daily/ weekly) and duration of the class

c) and the most important factor is; how much time you are devoting into it.

Generally, it takes 3 months to complete the basic level, 6-9 months to reach the professional level. But yes it may vary depending upon the above-mentioned factors. Your mentor may guide on this better after checking your previous knowledge. But still, keep minimum 6 months in hand.

Regards,

Rupali

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Answered on 26 Apr Language/Foreign Language/German Language

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Learn German Online. A1 till C1 Levels. ONE TO ONE CLASS Spoken Fluency Guaranteed. Attend free demo lectures.
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Lesson Posted on 01 Feb Language/Foreign Language/German Language

Common Phrases For Travelers In German

SUDHANSHU S.

I am a Masters in German language from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi with specialization in...

Common phrases for travelers: Entschuldigung! (Excuse me) Nichts, danke. (Nothing, thanks.) Sprechen Sie Englisch? (Do you speak English?) Ich spreche Englisch. (I speak English.) Ich spreche nicht viel Deutsch. (I don't speak much German.) Ich spreche ein bisschen/ etwas Deutsch. (I speak... read more
Common phrases for travelers:
  • Entschuldigung! (Excuse me)
  • Nichts, danke. (Nothing, thanks.)
  • Sprechen Sie Englisch? (Do you speak English?)
  • Ich spreche Englisch. (I speak English.)
  • Ich spreche nicht viel Deutsch. (I don't speak much German.)
  • Ich spreche ein bisschen/ etwas Deutsch. (I speak little German.)
  • Können Sie das übersetzen? (Can you translate this?)
  • Ich verstehe nicht. (I don't understand this.)
  • Bitte wiederholen Sie! (Pardon!/ I beg your prdon!/ Please repeat it!)
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Lesson Posted on 22/12/2017 Language/Foreign Language/German Language

German Modalverbs

Gayatri Tribhuvan

I have been associated with German for the last 15 years, and have worked extensively in Germany, and...

Modalverben: Modal verbs in German are used in much the same way as they are in English. Notice the close resemblance between these English and German sentence pairs, with the modal verb in bold: I must do it. / Ich muss es tun. - Can you go? / Kannst du gehen? Below is a chart with the six German... read more

Modalverben:

Modal verbs in German are used in much the same way as they are in English. Notice the close resemblance between these English and German sentence pairs, with the modal verb in bold: I must do it. / Ich muss es tun. - Can you go? / Kannst du gehen?

Below is a chart with the six German modal verbs and their meanings. Note that each modal verb has two basic forms, a singular form and a plural form:

Modal Verbs:

 

müssen

dürfen

können

wollen

sollen

mögen

möchten

 

*ich

muß

darf

kann

will

soll

mag

möchte

I

du

mußt

darfst

kannst

willst

sollst

magst

möchtest

you

*er/sie/

es

muß

darf

kann

will

soll

mag

möchte

he/she/it

Singular/ Plural:

*wir

müssen

dürfen

können

wollen

sollen

mögen

möchten

we

ihr

müsst

dürft

könnt

wollt

sollt

mögt

möchtet

you

*sie

müssen

dürfen

können

wollen

sollen

mögen

möchten

they

*Sie

müssen

dürfen

können

wollen

sollen

mögen

möchten

You

 

must
have to

may
allowed
permitted

can
able

want to

should
ought
supposed to

like

would like to

 

Exercises:

  1. Warum du nicht mitkommen? (can)

  2. Er nicht so viel rauchen. (may not)

  3. Sie sehr gut Tennis spielen. (can)

  4. Ich jetzt nach Hause. (want )

  5. Was ihr essen? (like to)

  6. Was Sie trinken? (like to)

  7. Wir nur samstags in die Disco gehen. (can)

  8. Du Pizza? (want/like)

  9. Den letzten Schritt du gehen allein. ( should)

  10. Ich mit dir gehen. Komm, gib mir deine Hand. (want)

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Answered on 13/11/2017 Language/Foreign Language/German Language

Neha R.

German Language Expert

It's not necessary. If your tutor knows any other language for communication then it's not required to speak fluent English.
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Answered on 12 Feb Language/Foreign Language/German Language

Gowtham

I have completed C2 and I can tell you it takes atleast two years and more to finish it, if you are really good.
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Answered on 29/11/2017 Language/Foreign Language/German Language

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German A1 - Duration 40 hours - 2 Months German A2 - Duration 40 hours - 2 Months German B1 - Duration 70 hours - 3 Months German B2 - Duration 110 hours - 4.5 Months German C1 - Duration 100 hours - 4 Months German C2 - Duration 120 hours - 5 Months
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Answered on 20/09/2017 Language/Foreign Language/German Language

Madhura Khare

Science Teacher

Well one can complete A1 and A2 in max 4 to 5 months. But it depends on how much time one can spend with utmost sincerity. I completed it in 5 months, 15 days after each level for exam preparation.
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Answered on 07/12/2017 Language/Foreign Language/German Language

Arjun Roy Chowdhury

Ich liebe Deutsch!

Honestly, just understand the cases nicely and how the articles change. At later stages, you'll need to learn verbs with Akkusativ and Dativ plus Verbs with Akkusativ and Dativ Prepositions because that'll be used much more. Otherwise you can read some basic texts and try to find what is what.
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Answered on 01/09/2016 Language/Foreign Language/German Language

Ketki Kawade

german tutor

hii vivek.. you need atleast 60 hours to complete the first level and a little bit more time as you advance further. the fees for the classes in pune are Rs 8000 for A1 Rs 9000 for A2 Rs 10000 for B1. all these are including all the study material. and they may be different too
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