Sure, there are plenty of folks out there that would tell you that learning the German language as a secondary language is a bit of a tough hill to climb and that it’s one of the most challenging languages to learn as a non-native speaker.

And while that may have been true a while ago, today’s modern technology and new revolutionary approaches to learning secondary languages allow for anyone – EVERYONE – to learn how to become fluent in any language around the planet faster than ever before.

Our German language courses are going to provide you the fundamentals and foundational elements of the German language right out of the gate, making sure that you understand the bedrock of this language, what makes it “tick”, and the fundamentals that you need to command over before you’re able to read, write, or speak German.

From there, you’ll be given an introduction into essential German grammar and will be taken through approaches to digesting many of the different rules and laws of the German language that help learning new words a whole lot easier.

Taking a more personalized approach to learning, you are going to be immersed in German language vocabular, and not in a “textbook” kind of approach but instead a more conversational approach, a more modern approach, and a more media centric approach designed to give you instant feedback about your progress so that you can really dive deeper into the German language then you would have been able to before.

Linguists today understand that to really learn a new language you have to pour yourself into that new language, that you have to fully immerse yourself in that language, and that you have to essentially “live” that new language as much as possible – and that’s exactly what our German language courses are going to help you with.

Learning a language in its “natural environment” is critical for success

By learning words in their grammatical context and learning new vocabulary in that same context, you are going to be able to rapidly expand your understanding of the German language while at the same time gaining a better command over words that you may have never learned previously – but can’t figure out because of the contextual clues thanks to your immersion in German.

Different modalities help to unlock the German language, too

Mastering modal verbs is a big part of learning any new language and when you can command the varied modal verbs in the German language you’re going to have a stronger degree of fluency almost right out of the gate.

By learning to conjugate these modal verbs and mastering the vocabulary associated with them, you’re able to come up with infinite couples of modal verbs – and you’ll feel like you are reading, writing, and speaking German a whole lot faster than you ever would have thought possible before!

Pacing is everything

Everyone learns a language at a different and unique pace, regardless of whether or not they are learning their “native language” for the very first time as a child or learning multiple new languages later on as an adult.

By embracing this fact and even encouraging yourself to take German at its your pace, to give yourself plenty of room space for your lesson plans, your vocabulary study, and each and every unit along the way to fluency in German, you are going to be able to accelerate your learning – which sounds kind of counterintuitive at first, but makes a world of sense once you find yourself fully immersed in the world of German language learning.

This is the kind of language course that can take you from zero to fluency, if only you’ll be smart, strategic, and focused about your approach to learning German.