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Whatever your reason for wanting to learn the German language, Varsity Tutors can help you begin with a Nashville German course. Whether you are a student at Glencliff High School or Hunters Lane Comprehensive High School who's looking to supplement your studies, you're studying German at Lipscomb University, or if you just like the idea of learning German outside of a traditional classroom setting, this course can help.

Whether you are a beginner to German or you're someone who has learned some of the language already, it is important that you use German regularly. A Nashville German course can provide you with this type of practice as well as the opportunity to study with an expert German instructor.

German has over 90 million native speakers. There are several dialects, including High and Low German. High German is the primary dialect used in both German schools and in the media. Therefore, most language learners will be studying High German.

German is one of the three spoken languages used in Switzerland. It is also the only official language spoken in Austria and Germany. Additionally, there are several other countries around the globe that use German, including Luxembourg, Belgium, and Liechtenstein.

There are several benefits to enrolling in a Nashville German class. You can get the necessary aid you might need to master new language skills, learn a second language to use in a world that is becoming more globalized, and practice the language consistently.

What sort of material will a Nashville German class cover?

If you are a native English speaker, you may recognize that there are some words in the German language that seem similar to English. This is because they are both Germanic languages and have some things in common. For example, the German word "gut" means "good" in English. This can help you pick up vocabulary a lot quicker.

In your German class, you will learn about nouns and how they are inflected by number, case, and gender. The cases include dative, genitive, accusative, and nominative. The numbers are words that are either singular or plural. The genders are masculine, feminine, and neuter. Genders are important to the nouns and can usually be figured out by the article that comes before them. Masculine nouns will use the article "der", feminine nouns will use "die", and neuter nouns will use "das".

More topics that your class may cover include verb conjugations and how they conjugate differently, as well as the different conjugation classes, including weak, strong, and mixed verbs. You may also learn about German grammar and its sentence structure, pronunciation, and common phrases. If this all sounds very complex, don't worry. Your German instructor will be there to help guide you through the nuances and intricacies of the German language.

How might a Nashville German course help me learn?

If you're looking for a virtual classroom that's fully interactive, then a Nashville German class could be just the thing for you. It provides you with the opportunity to talk about everything you learn, as well as participate in activities and conversations with both your instructor and your other classmates.

Sometimes a teacher may choose to teach the class fully in German to give you an immersive experience. This type of teaching can go a long way towards helping you make sense of the language structure and word order in sentences. Don't worry, though. This type of teaching will be used depending upon your skill level and comfort with the language.

A Nashville German class will also give you the ability to request someone-on-one time with your expert German instructor. This can really help if you run into a subject that's proving tricky for you to comprehend.

Since the class is virtual, there is no need for a commute. You have the advantage of being able to study in your living room or wherever you find most comfortable. Additionally, you can decide what type of class best fits you, whether that's a class over the weekend, a class taught during the day, or a class that's taught at night.

How can I get started?

When you decide to begin the adventure of learning German, you can contact Varsity Tutors to begin a Nashville German course. You can get more details about what kinds of materials are covered in the course, as well as what courses are available and how and when you get can begin. Soon enough, through classroom activities and the aid of an expert instructor, you'll be ready to learn all about the German language.

Contact us today to connect with a top Nashville German instructor