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Kleines Quiz (in German)

KLEINES QUIZ 1. In welchen Ländern wird Deutsch gesprochen? 2. Wie heissen die...
A-level German

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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...
German (general)

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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...
A-level German

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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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  • Monika Key Kingston, KT2

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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.
  • Gareth Robson Sydenham, SE26 Gold Member

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    Hello and many thanks for your interest in my profile ! I offer private tuition (evenings and weekends) in our home in Beckenham, conveniently located for all of south-east London including the boroughs of Bromley and Croydon.
  • Ollie Westbourne, BN3 Gold Member

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    I have many years of experience teaching German, English and French. My students are very positive about my patience and empathy. I am good at identifying and tackling any problems which may prevent a student from achieving their target.
  • Brian Pickering Romsey, SO51 Silver Member

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    My whole aim with teaching is to make the experience as enjoyable and beneficial as possible. I am happy to stick to the constraints of examination preparation, but I find that it is a lot better to explore all and any aspects of language as they come up. Knowing those quirky facts or suddenly recognising what was strange about Christmas giftwrap in a French shop brings language alive, and with that, you'll get so much more out of learning than maybe you thought!
  • Stephen F. Smith Broadstone, BH21

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    I have recently retired from school teaching. I give every student an assessment for individual strengths and weaknesses, and lessons are prepared with his or her needs in mind, including listening material from the internet and news websites.
  • Megan I Skinner Hollington, TN38 Gold Member

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    I am enthusiastic, highly qualified and totally professional. Teaching is my passion, and enabling others to benefit from my skills is my aim in life.
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German Articles

  • 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 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...