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Five free* apps for language learning

(*most free apps try to introduce you to products that come at a price) Here I introduce five...
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German: Not Awful Anymore

Having been raised in 2 languages – German as a mother/father tongue and Hebrew, the language...
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A guide to German pronunciation

What I really like about German is the fact that it is a phonetic language i.e. you pronounce...
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A plea for taking the wider view

Language is much more than just a tool for conveying the message. A plea for taking the wider...

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    I believe that through private, one to one tuition a student gains in confidence, and therefore begins to achieve their full potential.
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    Do you need to learn German for School, Business, travel or refresh what you already know? Read on and contact me, I am looking forward to hearing from you.
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    Highly qualified and very experienced tutor. Former teacher-trainer, examiner and moderator. Author of the forthcoming BBC book Talking the Talk German and co-author of BBC Talk German Grammar. Author of other books on language-teaching methodology.
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    As a professional teacher (PGCE, QTS) & Oxford University graduate, I greatly enjoy one-to-one tutoring. In addition to 11+ coaching, I also teach English, French, German, Spanish, Handwriting & EFL. The price includes travel to your home/workplace.
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    With 10+ years of private teaching experience, I am keen to adapt to individual needs, interest and standards. I teach beginner to post grade 8 level and believe anyone can benefit from learning to play the flute. More about me: www.flaviahirte.com
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    I am a qualified, experienced teacher of Modern Foreign Languages (French and German) and English, with considerable experience in one-to-one tuition and helping students prepare for exams.
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  • Five free* apps for language learning Editor's Pick

    Sönke Beyer German (general) Tutor (Torquay) Picture (*most free apps try to introduce you to products that come at a price) Here I introduce five free apps for language learning, and two personal favourites. It does not require expensive research to know that everyone’s learning is in many ways similar but might require different...
  • German is everywhere!

    Nora German (general) Tutor (South East London) Picture Did you know, that German is the mother tongue of almost 100,000,000 people in the world? And the most widely spoken mother tongue in the EU! Kindergarten, autobahn, rucksack or strudel: These are all German words. -You'd like to travel to German speaking countries? -You like their nature,...
  • How To Learn German, Or Any Other Language

    Miss Rosa German (general) Tutor (Uxbridge) Picture Firstly a good teacher or book are a must. Now I have spent ages finding the right books for the languages I learned but also trying to find the right books to teach German. No one book is perfect but it is a start. A phrasebook is also good to have as well as a beginners dictionary. When...

 

  • The Verb Conjugation

    Sabine Broecker German (general) Tutor (Milton Keynes) Picture The dreaded German verbs conjugation! German verbs are not easy, but with a few good rules, you can get your head around them. The book I always refer my student back to is the Schaum's Outlines of German Grammar. The bible of grammar and includes everything you need to know plus so many...
  • Good news for German speakers!

    Gabriele Trinczek German (general) Tutor (North London) Picture German tops the list for highest paid and most in demand languages in the UK in 2016. If you want to advance your career prospects by learning a foreign language, knowing German will earn you a higher salary than French, Arabic or Spanish, according to the latest statistics. Out of over one...
  • 'The Awful German Language' by Mark Twain

    Victoria Philpotts German (general) Tutor (Manchester) Picture If you are currently learning German and are finding yourself linguistically challenged, might I recommend that you read 'The Awful German Language' by Mark Twain. This is a humorous essay, written by Twain in 1880, in which he pokes fun to great effect at the absurdities and idiosyncrasies of...