Learn German Basics FAST

Joe Claire, Trainer

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12 Lessons (15m)
    • 1. Capital letters

    • 2. Small letters

    • 3. 1to10

    • 4. 11to20

    • 5. 21To30

    • 6. 31to40

    • 7. 41to50

    • 8. Personal Pronouns

    • 9. To Be

    • 10. To Have

    • 11. Examples

    • 12. End


About This Class

German is a wonderful language and spoken by more then 80 million people.

Have you ever tried to learn German but gave up?
ARe you interested in the German culture?

Did you ever consider to travel  to Germany?

Then maybe this course is right for you.

In this course you will learn the basics of the German language.

Get to know the German alphabet.

Get to know the German numbers.

Get to know the German personal pronouns and much more.

Is learning to speak German hard?
Well, no, learning German being hard is just a myth

If you feel confused about where to start, then this course is exactly right fo you.

This course will help you to learn to the baisc of the German language fast.

Since you are already able to read this text then you are already familiar with the alphabet.
So all you need now is to learn the pronounciation and some other specific characteristics of the language.

But let's be honest it would be much harder to learn Chinese or Russian even though German has a reputation of being a difficult language.

German continues to serve this purpose as an important second language in central and eastern Europe. However, when it comes to native speakers, German is number one.

For centuries the language served as a lingua franca (a common language which unifies different peoples) in large parts of the European continent. In the English-speaking world, German is also the third most taught foreign language. That’s not too shabby for a relatively small country.

It may not have the numbers behind it that Chinese does, but knowing German gives you approximately 100 million additional people to talk to. German is the most widely spoken native language in Europe
English, French and German are the three official working languages of the European Union. Not such a small pool after all!. In absolute numbers, German is the second most-spoken language on the continent of Europe. In addition to that it comes in at tenth place as one of the major languages of the world.


So Enroll NOW and start learning German basics toady.