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Private In-Home and Online German Tutoring

Receive personally tailored German lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

If you are looking for quality Madison German tutoring for you or your student, Varsity Tutors has you covered. There are many great reasons to seek assistance as you study this unique and useful language. Maybe you are the parent of a student who is learning German in school and could benefit from extra help. Perhaps you are a professional interested in doing business overseas. Or maybe you are interested in traveling to Germany someday. Either way, working with a Madison German tutor can give you a more in-depth review of the language than you would be able to get studying by yourself.

How can a Madison German tutor near me help me while I work towards fluency?

German is a beautiful language that can come in handy in various situations. However, it can also be a difficult language for English speakers to pick up. In order to fully grasp this language, you must understand a number of concepts. For example, German has six different tenses. These include present, present perfect, simple past, past perfect, future, and future perfect. German verbs also have to be conjugated, which means they change their ending depending on who or what you are talking about, whether the verb refers to a singular or plural noun, and what tense you are using. Madison German tutors can help you review all of these concepts and more.

Working with a Madison German tutor in a one-on-one setting allows you or your student to receive an individualized learning experience. Since there are no other students involved in the sessions, your language mentor can keep your needs and goals as their top priority. They can even put together a lesson plan that is designed with your strengths, goals, and areas of opportunities in mind. This personalized setting also allows you to set the pace of the sessions, spending more time on the topics you need additional help with. For example, if you already have a strong understanding of grammar and sentence structure, you can let your educator know and they can spend more time on a concept you're struggling with, whether it be essential vocabulary or common phrases.

Madison German tutors can also use customized learning materials that match your student's unique learning style. For instance, if your student is a visual learner, their language mentor can use flashcards to help them understand things like the different genders of nouns in German. On the other hand, if your student is an aural learner, their educator can focus on a more discussion-based approach. This can be a great way to identify knowledge gaps and fill them, so the learner has a stronger foundation of understanding.

How can I work Madison German tutoring into my busy schedule?

We are happy to take your family's schedule into consideration when finding a Madison German tutor to study with your student. Just let us know when the best times are to meet, and we will get to work finding someone who is qualified and available when you need them to be. This allows you to get the assistance you are looking for without having to deal with the inconvenience of shifting around your schedule.

Madison German tutoring can also be done online and in-person, allowing for even more flexibility and convenience. All of the online sessions take place on our Live Learning Platform that allows learners to video chat with their language mentor. The platform features integrated practice problems, and it provides a virtual whiteboard to aid in the learning process. There is even a shared document editor for writing. This handy feature can assist learners with things like spelling. If you prefer the in-person instruction option, we will be happy to find someone in your area who is eager to help you. You can even meet them at a convenient location such as at your own home or even at a nearby library like the Monona Public Library.

We are also able to get you enrolled in online German courses. These feature live sessions that take place in a virtual classroom where you will have the ability to interact with your expert instructor. Get in touch with our educational consultants if you would like to learn more about studying alongside a group of motivated peers in a course setting.

How can I get set up with a Madison German tutor near me?

Private language instruction can be a great option for curious learners who would like to examine a specific concept in more detail or get in some quality practice time. The best way to begin meeting with a Madison German tutor is to contact Varsity Tutors directly. Reach out to us today and let us find someone who can help you reach for your language goals.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

German Tutoring review by Adam in Madison, WI
Lesson went great. We covered color words, "ein" words, and other sections of the homework assignments. I asked the student to work on conjugating the "ein" words in her homework assignments using the link I provided for her, so she becomes more familiar with them.
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German Tutoring review by Patrick in Madison, WI
The student told me that, after seeing how slowly a non-intensive class moved, he wanted to test out of at least German 201, if not also 202, before next semester, so that is our new goal. As far as what we went over, we started with the dative case, when to use it, the personal dative pronouns, and which prepositions use only the dative. We've also begun work on 2 new past tenses; the simple past and the pluperfect. He already has a pretty good handle on both of them, though we needed to discuss when to use the simple past rather than the past perfect, and he's going to need to spend time memorizing irregular simple past roots. We looked over some of his homework assignments as well, and most of the problems he was having stemmed from either not knowing the new vocabulary yet, or from reading too quickly and missing things such as a noun changing its ending into a plural ending. He and I are going to continue to meet likely once per week.
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German Tutoring review by Lisa in Madison, WI
We worked on conversation, word order and grammar. I handed out some materials for completing a conversation / grammar exercise.
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German Tutoring review by Noel in Madison, WI
Because I know speaking in class is a concern for the student, we spent more time than usual working on oral exercises. Specifically, we went over a dialogue at the beginning of his German textbook. First we read the two parts out loud, and then we went over each sentence to confirm his reading comprehension. He can read in German rather well, but his comprehension can be improved. He gave me the name of an online flashcard website, so I think we'll begin entering in the vocabulary I've noted so far that he seems to have trouble with.
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German Tutoring review by Anke in Madison, WI
We covered Chapter 9 and exercises included. We also went over the student's homework, practiced vocabulary, and conversed for some part of the lesson.
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German Tutoring review by Dorit in Madison, WI
This session was dedicated to test preparation. We practiced using the forms of the verbs 'haben' and 'sein' in the simple past tense ('hatte' and 'war'), and we also practiced vocabulary to express how often we had already been somewhere ('noch nie,' 'schon oft,' 'auch schon'). Further, we looked closely at the different use of the article following a preposition, depending on whether the sentence expressed location (e.g. 'Ich war im Kino' or 'Ich bin im Kino gewesen') or movement (e.g. 'Ich bin ins Kino gegangen.').
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