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10 Videos (55m)
    • Beginners' German for busy people - Part 3

    • Day 21 - Shopping for clothes

    • Day 22 - colours

    • Day 23 - buying train tickets

    • Day 24 - I'm ill

    • Day 25 - at the chemist

    • Day 26 - booking a hotel room

    • Day 27 - at the restaurant

    • Day 28 - saying goodbye

    • Day 30 finishing the course


About This Class

Part 3 of a 30 day challenge for learning basic German in time for your awesome holiday or successful business trip to Germany.

If you haven't done part 1  (which covers day 1 - 10) or part 2 (which covers day 11 - 20) you may wish to do so first. But it isn't essential.

If you are a busy person who finds it hard to fit in time for language lessons, then this course is perfect for you!

Each topic comes in a bite-sized challenge, lasting no more than 5 - 10 minutes work a day.

This will be enough to make you feel less uncomfortable when in Germany and people speak to you or you read German instructions.

And for the business person, who wants to exhibit in Germany or who is meeting a prospective client - this course may just help you get that deal!

Contrary to popular belief, not all Germans do speak English - and even if they do, a few polite sentences in German may just be what they needed to hear to be persuaded to buy from you.

Topics covered are:

  • Shopping for clothes or other non food items
  • Colours
  • Buying train tickets
  • I'm ill
  • I need things from the chemist
  • Booking a hotel room
  • At the restaurant
  • Saying goodbye

Day 29 is your turn, as it's time to celebrate your progress. Day 29 is not a video but your project, which will be answering questions about day 21 to 28, test yourself and then celebrate :-)

Want free entry to this course? Try this link: Free German lessons

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Alan Murray

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Angelika Davey

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