Are you a complete beginner when it comes to the German language? Or someone who sat through lots of lessons in school and felt bored and confused?
It's normal to get stuck when you are trying to make sense of complicated grammar books.
You can tell that you're on a path to confusion if you have been frustrated by corrections from native speakers or even felt like a language learning failure.
Some common mistakes language learners make when studying grammar are:
The thing is...grammar is an amazing asset if you want to speak fluent German.
As a graduated engineer, I like simple things that work, and that's what I got from the course: German made easy :)
Kerstin has a practical and uncomplicated way of explaining the main concepts of the language and I was finally able to grasp them! Especially the sentence structure, something I struggled with.
- Rodrigo Venâncio da Silva, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil.
When I started teaching the German language to people all over the world, I was amazed by the many reasons people learn. Family connections, personal growth, dreams of a life working in another country, and a real love of what Germany, Austria, and Switzerland have to offer. I have never been prouder of my country!
But there was something that held many people back.
German grammar was a point where the excitement of studying German became a real frustration because suddenly everything was difficult.
The wonderful sense of play and achievement disappears as you worry about how exactly the cases or the genders really work.
I have been a tutor, language learner and language instructor for over 13 years. Trust me when I tell you that I know exactly how important it is to study grammar in the right way.
Here is a truth:
You are not too old to learn a language.
You are not too stupid to learn a language.
You are not too forgetful.
If you have been feeling scared or frustrated after hours of working through German classes and flashcards, it's time to make a change and build yourself the foundation you need.
My name is Kerstin Cable, I'm a German native speaker and currently learning my 8th language. What most people notice about me is that I speak English at native "undetectable" level, but I only started when I was 10 years old.
I was not a childhood ingenue who grew up in a bilingual household. In fact, I'm only the second person in my family who ever studied any foreign languages in school. My books Fluency Made Achievable and The Vocab Cookbook have helped hundreds of people develop their language learning style. Join me in the Fluent Language School today to take your learning to a deeper level and discover joyful, effective and fast techniques.
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