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Don't Be Scared Of German Grammar

I admit, some students find learning German a daunting task. There are all these nasty irregular...
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Learning a foreign language need not be daunting

I have always found the key to learning a foreign language is simply using it, however much or...
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The Importance of Basics

Admittedly, grammar is not the most exciting of subjects, and German grammar is no exception. It...
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"Hello! Are you all right?" (article in German)

Article published in Wiener Zeitung, Supplement "extra" on 20 May 2006. Nach einigen Jahren...

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    I have been an enthusiastic language teacher for over 40 years and enjoy working with students who find languages difficult as well as with high fliers who want to realise their full potential.
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    I am an enthusiastic science and maths tutor with prior experience of teaching children from a range of backgrounds and age groups. I work with several well-known agencies, and am truly passionate about what I do.
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    Guten Tag! My name is Inga Lincke, I am a native German speaker and qualified teacher of German and English with a wide range of experience in teaching both languages to students at different levels of ability.
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    I love languages and am passionate about teaching them. I believe that with the right support and increased confidence, students can achieve their goals in their given language. My style is relaxed and friendly. My aim is to focus on the student's needs and to make language learning an enjoyable experience. I am also a qualified Life Coach and am trained to help people set and achieve their goals.
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  • How To Get Enjoyment From Language Learning

    Marina Em A-level German Tutor (West London) Picture Language learning at school is a bit like marmite, you either love it or hate it. For many people language learning is not an enjoyable experience. A lot of people believe that the aptitude for learning languages is much like the aptitude that people who are good at maths have. I disagree. Often...
  • Learning a foreign language need not be daunting Editor's Pick

    FranTutoring A-level German Tutor (Luton) Picture I have always found the key to learning a foreign language is simply using it, however much or little of it you currently know. In any case, most people appreciate your trying to speak their language. With the help of body language and (not to be underestimated-) gestures, a lot can be...
  • Assessment for Learning

    A-level German Tutor (Kingston upon Thames) Picture Setting the scene What is Assessment for Learning?In 2007 the Assessment for Learning Strategies were set out in a joint document by the Department for Children, Schools and Families, the National Strategies and QCA, together with the Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors. This paper...

 

  • Challenges in Learning German

    A-level German Tutor (Exeter) Picture When I moved to Germany in 1995, my knowledge was limited to being able to count to ten and order a pint of beer! Being immersed in the language certainly helped me pick things up, but I thought I would share some of the challenges I experienced in learning the language - I feel it's made me a...
  • German Grammar Is The Source Of Endless Fun!

    A-level German Tutor (North West London) Picture For those students who might be inclined to grumble occasionally at the challenge presented by German, and more specifically by its grammar, I would heartily recommend Mark Twain's essay entitled 'The Awful German Language.' Google it! Twain takes a lighthearted approach in describing the...
  • German Grammar and Pronunciation Tips

    A-level German Tutor (South West London) Picture During A-level preparation, German grammar and pronunciation are the two challenges that come up most frequently with my students. German tutors should aim to explain the logic behind the grammar, so that students do not feel lost in a seemingly endless seas of article and verb permutations....