Speak German with confidence
Lingoda's interactive method helps you learn conversational German with fluency as the goal. Our in-depth lessons are taught by native speakers who teach you a language for real life and have you talking from day one. Qualified teachers provide real-time feedback so you can learn from your mistakes and build your confidence. Plus, our flexible scheduling means you can find a class that suits you, day or night.
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Absolutely. All of our teachers are German native-speakers. Our teachers rotate classes, so you won’t always talk to the same person online but you’ll have the opportunity to speak with many. This means you’ll get used to different accents and voices to prepare for real-life situations.
Each of our German courses are taught by native-level tutors, meaning they speak German natively or at a native level (C1 or above). You may even get a new tutor each time you book a class. This is great for learning and German comprehension because it means you’ll interact with several different German accents and dialects.
German is a pluricentric language, which means that there are three standardized variants: German, Austrian, and Swiss Standard High German. Within each language, there is a vast array of dialects, similar to other languages in Europe and around the world. Being able to detect and understand the different accents and German usages will help you gather a broader knowledge of the language and communicate clearly with any German speaker.
When you start learning German, you may learn the language in an accent from a certain German region, which makes it easier for you to understand how you are speaking and similar to German-speaking areas.
Another great benefit of conversing and interacting with native-levelGerman teachers is that you’ll learn exactly how certain words should be pronounced. When learning a new language, pronunciation could be a challenge for many people. Being able to learn with a native-level speaker will allow you to train your ear to the unique sounds that come with the language.
It depends on your time commitment and starting level. With Lingoda, you will be speaking German from day one with native-speaking teachers. You can expect to progress 1 level in about 3 months. If you want to learn conversational German fast, we also offer the Sprint Courses.
As with learning any language, the most important factor in determining how well you speak it or how fast you pick it up is the amount of commitment you put into learning. To increase your level, you must take your learning outside of the classroom and use the language in everyday situations. Try watching movies in German or reading a German book to increase your vocabulary. During your lessons with Lingoda, you’ll be able to talk to a German person online and learn conversational German fast.
Take your time to learn the language so you can be assured to speak it fluently and learn all the critical rules that come with the German language. If you need an extra push or a more personal touch, consider taking up a private lesson with one of our native-level German teachers.
Practise, practise, practise. To improve, you need to be regularly speaking and listening to German. Beyond classes, try watching TV shows and movies with German audio and subtitles. Learn a German pop song. Set up a language exchange with a German speaker that needs to learn your language.
If you want to use your German like a native, you need to make sure to grasp all the details that come with the language. There are various practices you can try to learn the logic and structure of the German language. Translate sentences you hear in German into your native language to understand the syntax of the sentence. Make sure to revisit and become an expert on the German grammatical rules. Start learning new vocabularies by reading magazines, newspapers, and books which then you can use while forming sentences you have already learned.
The most important advice for improving your German is to simply speak it. Use your new German skills at work or get to know native German speakers around your city and have a conversation with them.
With Lingoda, students do the talking in class. You will start speaking from day one. This maximises your learning time, giving you personalised feedback from native-speaking teachers. Also, our lessons are based on real-life situations so that you can apply your new language skills right away.
Our native-level German teachers will be able to provide you with all the tools and information needed for you to start practicing German. The classes are engaging and interactive, which means you’ll have plenty of chances to talk, share, discuss and debate in German. As the classes are divided into multiple levels, you will have the opportunity to speak with classmates at a similar level and grow together..
If you’re looking for a more personalized touch, you can always opt for a private lesson with Lingoda. The private lessons are a fully immersive classes where your German-speaking teacher can focus on you and give you more one-on-one advice on how to improve your German conversation skills.
Depending on your level of German, there are a few popular pieces of advice on how to start practicing German. You can test for your German level and see which category you fall into between beginner (A) and advanced (C). This is a scale which is called the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). When you know your level, you will be able to understand what topics and styles of conversations you should be able to use and practice.
During the online courses led by our native-level German teachers, you will start speaking in German from the first lesson. At this point, you will start building up sentence structure, learning vocabulary that you may need for everyday situations, and practicing your pronunciation as well.
Getting started is quite simple.. Your first step is to take our level assessment test to see your level of German is. Once you have understood what level you fall in for German courses, you will be able to easily sign-up with one of the courses offered by our team. You can choose from small group classes, as well as privately taught courses. Moreover, we can offer you plenty of different time slots which makes it easier for you to fit your German courses into your schedule.
Have a look at Lingoda’s German Online Courses: Intensive German Courses, Immersive German Courses, German Private 1:1 Courses, German Conversation Courses, German Evening Classes for busy people, German Grammar Courses, German Reading Courses. Our German teachers come from all over German speaking countries, so you’ll learn also to recognise many German accents and varieties!