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If you need a little extra help as you learn a new language, an Omaha German course offered by Varsity Tutors might be a great option. As you learn German through this course, you'll have all the tools and resources you need to gain a much deeper understanding of this amazing language. There are many reasons why someone might want to learn German. Perhaps you're a university student at the University of Nebraska and you need to satisfy certain language requirements, or you're a high school student at Central High School or Millard West High School and you'd like to start learning German early. With so many German-speaking individuals across the word, German skills are always relevant and potentially useful.

Ninety million people speak German as their native language, and these people are found all across Europe. In addition to Germany itself, German-speaking nations include Belgium, Luxembourg, Austria, and many more. You might even find pockets of German-speaking people in unexpected nations, such as Italy and Argentina. Whether you're traveling through these countries or trying to establish business connections in your professional career, a solid grasp of the German language could be a major asset. Whatever your reasons for learning German might be, a course could be an excellent way to master all the necessary concepts in a highly structured, efficient learning environment.

What Might An Omaha German Course Cover?

Learning German can be a challenging process for many English speakers, and there are definitely some major differences between the two languages. That being said, English is technically considered a Germanic language, along with Dutch and Frisian. After all, Old English was high Germanic and was brought to England by Germanic tribes like the Jutes, Angles, and Saxons. In fact, the word "English" derives from "Angles", which was a tribe who spoke a Germanic tongue.

But while there are many notable similarities between the two languages, there are also many notable differences. German uses a three-gendered system with masculine, feminine, and neuter nouns. German sentence structure also places an emphasis on inflections, of which there are many different types. Inflections change based on the aforementioned three genders, but they also change based on the case being used. These cases are nominative, accusative, genitive, and dative. You'll also need to memorize and use special inflections based on whether the noun is singular or plural.

The German language also uses a distinct verb conjugation system. There are three classes of conjugations: weak, strong, and mixed. Knowing when to use these three classes is essential to mastering the German languages. German also uses a unique pronunciation system, which might seem a little strange to English speakers at first. While the German alphabet is almost identical to the English equivalent, you might encounter some puzzling letters you've never seen before. For example, German sometimes uses something called an "ezzet", or a sharp S. You'll see this represented by the "ß" character.

How Does An Omaha German Course Help You Learn?

All of our German classes are completely online, so you will attend class in a virtual classroom. This innovative learning structure is group-based and collaborative in nature, which has proven benefits for students. Just like you would in a normal classroom, you'll learn alongside other students who are in the same boat as you. Your instructor will lead the sessions to help everyone understand even the most complex German concepts clearly and concisely. You and your fellow students can ask questions and interact with one another as you learn the various concepts of the German language. You might find it extremely helpful to have fellow students nearby, as it gives you the chance to practice your spoken German and other skills.

How Do You Sign Up For An Omaha German Class?

These classes are extremely flexible in almost every way imaginable. First of all, you can access your virtual classroom from anywhere in the world. Second, you can choose exactly when your classes take place. From night classes to weekend classes, an incredibly wide range of scheduling options is available. Even if you're a busy working professional or student, you can take an Omaha German class during your lunch break if need be. You can also choose between four-week classes and two-week classes, with new classes starting up every month.

German might be a challenging language, but it doesn't need to feel impossible. Call Varsity Tutors today and talk to our educational consultants. They'll help you find an Omaha German class that works for you.

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