Learning German is not easy, in fact, I have to admit, it is quite challenging. When was your first day you started to learn the language? Or actually: when was the day you decided to learn German? And what have you done in the meantime to reach that goal?
Each and every one of us needs something else, a different combination of learning techniques, input, guidance and support in learning a new language. Visiting a course helps with guidance and learning together with others can be great fun. The pace is one for the whole group though and many students give up learning because their classes do not fit their needs: Too much information or too little, too fast or too slow, to theoretical or not structured enough.
Some Alone Time for Your German
Schedule a time in your calendar, for example an hour each week, when you spend some quality time with your German skills. Give them the attention they deserve and give yourself time to find out what you already know and what questions come up while you are reading, listening, looking at patterns or going through exercises. This way you don’t only improve your skills step-by-step but you are also aware of your capabilities, which, in turn, helps your self-confidence and gives you the chance to ask specific questions in class. So, when do you want to start with some alone time for your German?
Master your first smalltalk
You like studying at your own pace? You need support when it comes to understanding the structure behind the German language? Then this web training might be the right choice for you:
- Improve your Grammar in a safe space with many exercises.
- Webtraining for german grammar for the level A1
- Explanations in English with videos, presentations and supporting reading material
- Everything is available online: learn whenever you want, wherever you want.
If you have any questions, just ask in the comments below. I am happy to guide you.