German language classes by Skype

Why learn German? Why not?

With over 200 million speakers, German is the most spoken language in the European Union. It is the official state language of such countries as Germany (about 80 million speakers), Austria (7.5 million), Liechtenstein, Switzerland (4.6 million, or 72.4% of the population), Luxembourg and Belgium. German economic growth, innovation and career opportunities are just some of the endless reasons why Deutsch is worth learning.
 

Still not 100% sure?

Don't worry, we also have top 10 good reasons (+ bonus) to learn German. Some of them can really change your life for the better, so don't switch!
 

1. More money

Now that we've got your attention, let us repeat this one more time. One of the main reasons to learn German is to make more money just by knowing the language. German giants such as BMW, Volkswagen, Adidas and Lufthansa have offices around the world. Basic knowledge of the German language will increase your chances of a successful career in a German company in your country and abroad.
 

2. Free higher education

Stop ... money first, now free education?

Yes, it usually costs tens of thousands to get a decent education, but not in Germany. There you can get it for 0.00 €. Some institutions charge several hundred € per semester, but this is a small fraction of what most are used to paying. Despite this, a German university degree is highly regarded by employers all over the world.
 

3. German is the second most common language in science.

In the first half of the 20th century, Deutsch was the official language in the world of science. However, given the events of World War II, German scientists were ostracized by society.

Despite these circumstances, German is still the second most important language in the industry. Studying it will give you an edge if you are serious about making a difference in your field.

You can read the remaining 7 benefits + bonus here.


Also, we would like to bring to your attention the Classification of German Language Proficiency Levels

Европейская классификация уровней Знания и навыки человека на этом уровне Международная классификация уровней
А1 You understand simple everyday phrases. You know how to introduce yourself, ask people about where they live, who they know and what they own. You are able to maintain an elementary conversation if the other person speaks rather slowly, articulate, and in a friendly mood. Elementary knowledge
А2 You understand commonly used phrases and sentences related to aspects of everyday life, such as family members, shopping, school, or work. You are able to maintain a conversation based on the exchange of information about everyday affairs. You can tell in simple sentences about background, education, work, immediate environment and basic household needs. Elementary knowledge
B1 You understand thoughts and judgments on topics familiar or interesting to you, such as study, professional activity, leisure, etc. You can explain yourself while staying in a German-speaking environment. You are able to describe events, intentions, impressions, dreams, express your opinion, briefly explain and justify your point of view. Independent speech activity
B2 You understand a significant portion of the various texts, as well as the reasoning associated with your work. You speak fluently enough so that communication with native speakers of German is easy on both sides. You express yourself clearly and in detail on a wide range of topics, state your position on pressing issues. Independent speech activity
C1 You understand big and complex texts on a variety of topics and recognize hidden components and meanings. You speak fluently without preparation, without experiencing difficulty when choosing words and expressions. You can use the language flexibly and effectively in public life, professional activities and studies, as well as express yourself clearly, logically and in detail on complex topics. Competent use of the language
C2 You can easily understand almost any written or spoken message. Summarize information obtained from various written or oral sources, motivate your statement and give competent explanations on the topic. Speak spontaneously, at a fast pace, while accurately articulating your thoughts, emphasizing shades of meaning, even in conversations on difficult topics. Competent use of the language

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