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  1. Hi, my name is Natalie and I just recently moved to Munich from the US to live with my boyfriend. I love kids and I am interested in babysitting while I am here. I don't speak German and I am a native English speaker with a history of babysitting for many years back home in the United States. I look forward to meeting you and your family and I look forward to hearing from you soon!
  2. This my second post on a similar topic.   My daughter and her family spent a brief time in Austria recently and the entire family became ill with cough and respiratory issues.   The youngest child developed an ear ache after returning to Germany.    My daughter developed chills and was told by doc she might have acute bronchitis.    They were given antibiotics.   Just when the second child seemed to be feeling better, he began to act strangely. Lots of crying. Up all night. He said his ears did not hurt. No apparent fever. Initially they thought he was just copying the younger brother.    His complaint was his ears.    Both ear drums had ruptured. Tons of gunk and fluid. Loss of hearing.   Where this becomes bizarre is, now my daughter is suffering with lots of pain in the ears, loss of hearing and tinnitus.   She felt terrible about doubting her son.    I don’t know if this is common in Germany?? Adult ear infections are not common in the U.S.   The doctors do not seemed concerned. In the meantime, she cannot hear.   She will see an ENT (HNO) tomorrow in Bad Homburg.    I am posting in hopes that someone else has had a similar experience and I want to know what was done.    I am in the U.S. and so frustrated. It seems like seeing a doctor here is so much simpler and of course the language barrier is frustrating. She speaks very little German.    When she got got home from the pediatrician I pieced together that his ear drums must have ruptured. She had her German husband call the dr back and indeed that is what had occurred. The doc spoke English. Not sure why that was not related to my daughter. Sorry, I am venting.    Please don’t bother responding unless you have some serious comments on the topic.   At this point I am afraid both my daughter and grandson will have permanent hearing loss.    My son son in law was ill as well, but he was able to recover more quickly.     
  3. Since so many of us are in the English business, I thought it woudl be nice to have a place to share tips, tricks, links and stories related to teaching, translating, coaching, etc.   This is not the place to ask. "How do I get a job teaching English in Germany?".   I learned a new false friend: pathetisch   The CEO I was coaching wanted to end his start-up presentation with "Dare to be Pathetic!"        
  4. Business English Trainer

    Modolingo International Language Center is a modern language institution offering highly professional and individually tailored language training services in all living languages, in Germany, the neighbouring countries, and online worldwide.   We specialise in industry, company and department specific bespoke language training courses. In line with our philosophy, our language trainers are native speakers of the languages taught, are educated to degree level and have relevant business experience and acumen. They provide engaging and fun training in line with the MODOLINGO method, which means focusing on reality-based situational business language skills and communication-based training to quickly and significantly increase the business competence and confidence of the learner in the target language. Spoken language is central to our training, as competent active production of spoken language is critical to international business success.   We encourage native speakers of English in Germany to apply to join our talent pool. Experience of teaching English on a freelance basis is advantageous. Training can be provided to the right candidate.   Interested? Please apply including a CV and covering letter for the attention of Mr Peter Walker, to training@modolingo.de   NB We are unable to accept applications from outside Germany.
  5. Tax refund in Germany

    Hello, I have been working full-time in Germany since January 2015. I have never applied for a tax refund and want to do it this month. - Could anyone please outline the procedure for tax refund application? - How can I maximize the refund amount? - Is there any deadline to submit the tax refund application? Regards, Su
  6. Hostel Receptionist

    Jaeger's Hostel is looking for full time Receptionists.  We are a large downtown hostel (300 beds) with a good fun international team.    If you think this might be something for you please send a CV and cover letter to office(at)jaegershotel.de   We look forward to hearing from you! The Jaeger's Team 
  7. English Dog Groomer

    25% off first groom!  Contact:  Heather Nichols at muttscutzberlin@gmail.com
  8. Business English Training

    Modolingo International Language Center is a modern language institution offering highly professional and individually tailored language training services in all living languages, in Germany, the neighbouring countries, and online worldwide. We specialise in industry, company and department specific bespoke language training courses. In line with our philosophy, our language trainers are native speakers of the languages taught, are educated to degree level and have relevant business experience and acumen. They provide engaging and fun training in line with the MODOLINGO method, which means focusing on reality-based situational business language skills and communication-based training to quickly and significantly increase the business competence and confidence of the learner in the target language. Spoken language is central to our training, as competent active production of spoken language is critical to international business success. We're currently seeking native speakers of English to support language training for our company clients in Frankfurt am Main. Due to the imminent start, experience of teaching English on a freelance basis is necessary, while experience and qualifications in a financial field would advantageous for this requirement. Interested? Please apply including a CV and covering letter for the attention of Mr Peter Walker at training@modolingo.de
  9. Aupair needed

    Hello,   We look for a new aupair to start early September. She should be a native English speaker and have experience with children. We have 3 children (10,8 und 5) and live 5 min walk from  Pasing station.  We could also consider an live out babysitter.  Please PM if interested.    Kind regards,       
  10. Hello, I am new to Mainz and am seeking an English speaking psychologist or therapist in Mainz, Wiesbaden or Frankfurt area. Any recommendation is greatly appreciated!
  11. Bar/Wait Staff Needed 

    Bar/Wait Staff Needed    We're looking for friendly, outgoing, and flexible people to strengthen our team. Experience is an advantage, but not essential. Must have a good grasp of English and at least basic German and be willing to work late shifts and weekends. Must have a valid working visa. We can accommodate full, part-time, or mini job.   If you'd like to join the team, then please send your CV to thekegbarmunich@gmail.com
  12. Hello everyone,  Sorry if this is a repeat of another topic, I searched and couldn't find anything for the Munich area. I have lived in Germany for 4 years and I am stuggling with a bad marriage, severe depression and chronic anxiety. I have AOK health insurance and I was wondering if anyone could point me in the direction of a licensed psychologist that is not only fluent in English but accepts German health insurance? Thank you in advance for any information
  13. English Speaking Secretary

    We are an international Intellectual Property law firm with offices in Munich, Berlin and Cologne. For our Berlin office, we are looking for a native English speaker as   English Speaking Secretary in full-time 39 hours   with German language skills for assisting our patent attorneys and patent engineers in English correspondence with clients, foreign associates and foreign Intellectual Property offices. This includes audio typing, word processing, preparing forms, monitoring due dates, file management and email correspondence. Computer skills are a must, an ability to still work accurately if deadlines are pressing is of advantage.   Experience in Intellectual Property is not required. We offer an amicable working atmosphere with a 39 hour week, a 13th month salary and refund of commuting costs with public transportation. The position is open immediately.   If you are interested in becoming part of our team, please send your application and CV quoting the reference number ENSPE to   Grünecker Patent- und Rechtsanwälte PartG mbB z.H. Personalabteilung Leopoldstr. 4, 80802 München www.grunecker.de bewerbung@grunecker.de
  14. Are you looking for a positive classroom environment? Would you like to reduce your students' fear of speaking English? Then this is the right workshop for you!  **Sign-up Deadline December 18** This interactive workshop uses improvisation theater techniques to enhance teachers' creative skill set, aiming to promote students' organic use of language while allowing them to freely express themselves. You will learn a variety of exercises to use in the classroom, helping your students become more open and empathetic with one another while improving their listening and communication skills. No previous theater or improvisation experience required - Prepare to have a lot of fun! Everyone can benefit from this workshop! Do, 24.01.19 from 09:00 till 16:00 Uhr Eigenbetrag Interne: kostenfrei  Eigenbetrag Externe: 80,00 € Wheret: Pädagogisches Institut, Herrnstr. 19, 80539 München Participants: 14 Kurs/Course # 75-PB0.06 Referentin: Jodi Pfleghar https://www.pi-muenchen.de Sachbearbeitung: Gabriele Worm Tel.: (089) 233-28196 Fax: (089) 233-28154 Email: gabriele.worm@muenchen.de     About: Jodi Pfleghar (USA/Germany) has a degree in Education and has been teaching English in Munich for more than 20 years. She is the Artistic Director of Bake This, Munich's English improv performance group, the Co-Founder of and teacher at ImproMunichorn School of Improv, and the Assistant Director of Munich's international improv festival, Improvember. As well as teaching and performing locally, Jodi regularly travels around Europe to a variety of Improv festivals. If she's not on stage or hanging out with her two incredible daughters, you can usually find her gangster rapping in a field of daisies.      
  15. Graduate student with 8+ years of teaching and tutoring experience with children and teenagers between the ages of 5-14 years of age in Munich. Designed and implemented programs for students with a strong focus on phonics, comprehension, reading, composition and conversational skills. Proven track recorded in improving students' English language skills and in related subject grades. Tutored on a range of subjects in English, included, but not limited to, history, biology, gender studies in literature and composition. My training is rooted in the social sciences and is taught from an interdisciplinary perspective.   Taught privately, both at home and in language schools up to 20 children at a time    For more information, I can be reached at am.thomas@mail.utoronto.ca   Andrew     
  16. *NEW* English speaking Playgroup in Kiel STARTING 13 NOVEMBER 2018 LOCATION: International Church of Kiel, Gneisenaustraße 2, 24105 Kiel TIMES: Tuesdays, 9am – 10.30am DESCRIPTION: A warm, friendly, welcoming and supportive place for babies and toddlers and their parents or carers. There is always a great range of toys, story time and singing - and a fantastic themed activity. We provide a baby space, wonderful snacks for everyone, and a ready supply of tea and coffee! We are an English-speaking community, so if you are a confident English speaker, or are looking to practice, do come along! For more information, please contact Abi: