This is the ultimate course for all those who are starting out their journey of learning the German language and are looking for a new, innovative and effective way to memorize all those new words and the German grammar! Everyone knows that learning German isn't always a walk in the park, but with this course it can now be a walk on the beach :) Relaxation and a positive mindset are the key to effective learning and the stunning, gently moving nature backgrounds of this course will put you in the right mindset to immerse yourself in the German language and get better and more fluent in little time!
All the words are handwritten and pronounced by a native German speaker, so that you will learn the right spelling and pronunciation right from the beginning.
The grammar part is kept very clear and concise and is divided in short and easy-to-understand parts and most topics include a brief quiz at the end so that you can check your understanding of the topic.
Learning German shouldn't be a drag and with this course you will "float" through the learning process! Join me at the beach :)
Learn to say the most common and most important phrases in German! These phrases are very useful when you visit Germany and need to communicate about basic things such as asking for help or just apologizing or greeting someone. This is the only section of this course where the whole sentence is taught, the rest of the course focuses on individual words.
Learn the words that you will need to describe yourself or your social activities!
Knowing your ordinal numbers will help you keep things in order!
What time is it? Learn to ask and communicate about times of the day, the week and the year.
What do you want to be when you grow up? :)
A baker bakes, an author writes, what does a lawyer do? You will find out this and more in this lecture!
Learn to name the parts of the human body.
What will I wear today? Know your wardrobe in German!
Happy and in love or heartbroken? Let's learn words related to matters of the heart!
Learn how to describe characteristics of people.
Time to move on? This lecture covers words related to city life and transportation.
This is an important topic! There is a lot of great food in Germany, make sure to pay attention in this lecture so that you understand the menu when you eat out :)
German pronunciation can be a bit tricky, and knowing how to pronounce each letter in the alphabet will help you a lot later on! You don't have to learn it all by heart but it is good to familiarize yourself with each letter of the German alphabet.
Articles...there are three of them in German! They are a very important part of the German language, so familiarize yourself with them right from the beginning!
Do you want THIS house, or rather THAT one? Well, if the house is in Germany, it is good to know how to say "this" and "that" in German :)
"Don't take my candy. This is MY candy!". Sometimes it is important to express that something belongs to a specific person, and this is what possessive pronouns are there for.
Regular verbs are all conjugated the same way. Once you know the correct endings for regular verbs, you will be able to conjugate all of them correctly!
"to be" - as you can imagine, this verb is used a lot as well. It is hard to have any conversation without including this verb at some place, so get to know the correct forms of "to be" in this lecture!
Learn how to negate a sentence in German.
Are you happy? Are you hungry? Do you like this movie? All of these are yes/no questions. Learn how to form them in this lecture.
Learn how to form questions with question words in this lecture.
And finally - the four cases! This is a very big topic for German learners and one that many people struggle with. In this lecture, I will introduce the for cases to you in a clear and easy-to-understand manner.
I am a German language tutor who was born and raised in Munich, Germany. I have been teaching my native language to people both online and offline and I find teaching very rewarding. I have been living in English-speaking countries including the U.S. and England for more than 10 years and therefore understand the challenges that come with speaking a foreign language as well as adjusting to a new culture. I believe that learning a language is most effective when you are having fun and when it happens in a natural way.