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Learn German the easy way

What comes to your mind when someone says Germany?
Germany has not only the “Munich Oktoberfest”, the “Brandenburger Tor” in Berlin or Bavarian veal sausages and leather trousers, there is much more to Germany than that. Germany encompases a geographical diversity that runs from the plains in the north to the mountains in the south. Big cities like Berlin, Hamburg and Stuttgart are bordered by small idyllic villages such as Niederdorla, Oberdorla and Langula. The cultural facet of Germany are huge: sample the local wines from the numerous vineyards that grace the countryside like Saarland and Saale-Unstrut, visit wonderful castles Neuschwanstein and Sans Souci or walk on the traces of Goethe and Schiller.

To be able to enjoy the beauty of Germany you might want to consider speaking the language, which will give you a much better understanding of this wonderful country. There are a variety of German Courses available to help you

LEARN GERMAN

German is a West Germanic language and one of the world's major languages. Spoken by more than 120 million people in 38 countries around the globe, German is, much like English, Spanish and French, a pluricentric language with Germany, Switzerland and Austria being the three main centres of German usage.

Thousands of people around the world study German each year. If you want to get a real taste for the language in its natural environment, it would make sense to learn German in Berlin. Otherwise, there are a number of self-study courses available from reputable and disreputable suppliers everywhere.

 

LEARN FRENCH

Of the Romance languages, French is the third largest in terms of number of native speakers, after Spanish and Portuguese. It is spoken by around 120 million people fluently or as a first language. Being a Romance language, it is directly descended from Latin, although Ancient Greek also has a heavy influence on the shape of the modern language.

There are many ways of learning French, whether you wish to learn French in London, Paris, New York or anywhere on the planet. Like German, you can study in a formal classroom environment or through use of self-study materials.

 

 

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