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Online German Classes With Only 5 Students

Sign up for one of our new daytime, evening or weekend German classes and learn German in a small class taught by an excellent tutor and native speaker. Just choose the class that suits you best or- if you are not sure about your level- book a free assessment with us. To sign up, you'll need to pay £40 for the first class and if you then decide to continue, you pay for a block of 5 classes rather than 10 or more weeks as with other language schools. For more information and to join one of our new online German courses, please check our website

On our German Language Blog "Auf Deutsch, bitte!", you will find posts on many topics in German grammar- from adjective endings in German, the four German cases, the difference between aber and sondern in German, to German syntax. We also teach you helpful German words and phrases for your next trip to Germany, list the ten most useful German verbs to get your German off the ground, warn you about tricky false friends in German and English, give you tips on how to avoid the 5 most common mistakes in German and how to quickly improve your German, review of the language apps Duolingo, Memrise, Babbel, and Busuu, explain how to translate the English word busy into German, and we compare the most popular online dictionaries Linguee,, dict.leo and Collins. So check out our blog and let us know what you think.

You might also be interested in my Ultimate Guide to Learning German. Check it out to learn how to learn German fast.

Find out more about our German lessons and small German courses here.

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