At Learn German with a Smile we offer
- Weekdays German Classes
- Weekend German Classes
- Fast track or super intensive German Classes ( Depending upon trainer availability)
- Customized or Individual German Classes ( Depending upon trainer availability)
- German Classes for corporate.
Weekdays & Weekend batches are available in our institute on regular basis you can call or What’s app on 9953-175-975 or E-mail us firstname.lastname@example.org for further details. Note : Fast track classes or super intensive, Customized German classes have different fee structure than our regular fee for German Language . Please call us or visit our institute for further details If corporates are interested in German classes, we will send our trainer to your premises for training, we have different fee structure for that. Contact us for quotation and session plan.
Classes during covid
We have moved all German courses online for the duration of the current crisis.
Social distancing will be difficult for all of us, but you can still learn German with us. There is no substitute for being face to face with a tutor and with online interactive methods you can now have a tutor right in your living room! Don’t let the coronavirus stop you learning German. Enroll in one of our courses.
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Developing your speaking skills will involve gaining fluency in spoken interactions with others, as well as practicing your pronunciation. To practice pronunciation try reading aloud or repeating after a recorded text, trying to reproduce the pronunciation and intonation of the original.
Reading content in the language you are learning is a great way to develop your vocabulary and comprehension. It is important to make your listening and reading actively rather than passively absorbing the content.
When writing in a foreign language, always try to think and write directly in that language. Do not translate from a first draft. It is best not to use a dictionary too much in the early stages of writing. Using words in your first language is fine if it helps you get a draft written more quickly.