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  1. You need or want to learn German and don't know where to begin? You've already started learning German but you have no clue, no idea of the grammar or you are totally confused? You've already been attending classes, but you don't understand the explanations and can't follow, or you are shy and afraid to speak, or you feel lost in a big group? You have no idea of (English) grammar anyway and feel a slight dizziness when someone talks about "verbs", "subordinated clauses" or "conjugation"? You want to apply for German citizenship and have to present a positive B1 test result? Or you have to take a test for enrolling studies at university or for another purpose and want to prepare it more efficiently? You've heard weird and intimidating things about the "awful"* German language (* Mark Twain) - endless numbers of articles, cases, monster words and you are scared? Or you're already quite advanced but you want to get rid of that annoying accent or these little mistakes, once and for all? Don't worry. There are answers to all this - there's light at the end of the tunnel. Sure, nobody says that German is particularly easy or that you can learn it within 3 days. You have to be patient and put some effort, indeed. But there are no hopeless cases. Especially for anglophone natives or proficient speakers of English, German will appear very close and related, especially regarding vocabulary and tense structure, therefore it's the most logic thing to learn German. German is structured, logic, analytic, consists of many bits you can put together like a puzzle, sometimes surprising, funny, precise, poetic . . . GERMAN IS LEARNABLE!!! I'm using a special method, a macro-micro-structural approach in order to achieve that students understand grammar easier, quicker and more thoroughly. Most of the time I'm giving one to one lessons, but also small group lessons - due to Corona only for 2 persons in order to enable distant seating - are possible if you have the same language level. Lessons are given at my place in Prenzlauer Berg. I can teach in ENGLISH, FRENCH, SPANISH and PORTUGUESE. You're coming to Berlin for a limited time and want to not just do sight-seeing but also learn basic communication and get a "cultural coaching" at the same time? I can tailor a small crash course or "workshop" for you. Also, I offer intensive "Taster Courses" of 7 to 12 lessons that should be taken within a period of 14 days in order to give you an idea of how I teach while at the same time giving you a basic overview of German grammar and some basic conversational skills. If you're interested and want to know my website, details about my method, the prices, the open time slots or when to have a trial lesson, please send me a mail to cosmopoliflor@gmx.de.
  2. lingolips - German lessons for private and professionals Online classes - www.lingolips.com   Do you want to learn German, improve it or prepare for a new field of business?   I am a state-certified foreign language correspondent by „inlingua“ in the field of economics with over 10 years of teaching experience in both the private and business sectors.   My clients come from all over the world with varying levels of German experience (beginners to experts) and various professional backgrounds (e.g. auditors, engineers, lawyers, nurses, consultants, etc.). Thus, I am easily able to adapt to your personal or professional learning needs.   I offer - prompt and thorough analysis of your skills - effective and high-quality German lessons, perfectly adjusted to your needs and wishes with explanations in English - exercises to enlarge your vocabulary and range of expressions, strengthen your German and become more self-confident when speaking!   Please contact me via info@lingolips.com www.lingolips.com