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Whether you are studying German at Freedom High School or Timber Creek High School, as a student at the University of Central Florida, or you are simply interested in speaking German outside of a conventional classroom, Varsity Tutors can help you learn with an Orlando German class.

One of the things to keep in mind when you are learning any new language is how much exposure you'll have to the language, whether through written or spoken words. An Orlando German course can help you with this, as it can provide an immersive atmosphere in addition to access to a profession German instructor.

German is used as one of the three official languages of Switzerland as well as being used in both Austria and Germany. Written German is a cohesive system with only minor changes between these three countries. German is spoken by over 90 million people as a native tongue and is divided into several dialectal groups that include High German and Low German. While Low German is used primarily in the lowlands of Germany, High German is used as the language for most mass media, higher education, literature, and administration, and is used in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria.

Deciding to learn German through an Orlando German course will present you with many opportunities to further your personal goals. Those could include international business positions where it pays to be bilingual, traveling abroad where you may want to talk to native German speakers, or just helping you understand your schoolwork.

What materials are covered in an Orlando German class?

One thing you will learn in your German class is sentence structure and word order. A simple main clause written in German can use the same word order that a native English speaker might use. Unlike English, however, the word order in this clause can be rearranged in order to place emphasis on something other than the subject by putting it first - as long as the conjugated verb continues to be in the second position.

When a sentence has a compound verb, English speakers tend to keep the two parts together. In German, however, the conjugated verb must always be in the second position, and the helper verb will usually go at the end of a phrase. In a subordinate clause, all the verbs will go at the end of the phrase. If there is more than one verb, the conjugated verb will come last.

You will also learn about nouns, which include three different forms: masculine, feminine, and neuter verbs. You can tell these genders by the definite articles that come first. "Das" is neuter, "die" is feminine, and "der" is masculine. You will learn how the case, gender, and number of nouns will change the inflection of the noun.

Other things you may learn include how to pronounce German words, verb conjugation, important vocabulary, and the nuances of grammar. Your German instructor will be there to help you practice and memorize the different aspects of the German language.

How does an Orlando German course teach me?

With an Orlando German course, you are getting an online, interactive classroom. This classroom will let you speak and practice with your instructor and other classmates through a variety of different activities and discussions. You can learn alongside other students and further each other's knowledge of the language.

Sometimes, your German instructor may choose to teach the class fully in German in order to promote immersion. Don't worry, though. This will be dependent on your skill level and how comfortable you are with the language.

An Orlando German course will also let you reserve extra time with your instructor, so if you aren't understanding something, you have the benefit of getting one-on-one explanations.

Commuting to a certain place at a specific time becomes unnecessary because of the virtual classroom aspect. You can study wherever you are most comfortable, including the privacy of your own home. This also allows you to pick a studying time that works for you - whether that's on the weekends, during the day, or at night.

How can I get going with German lessons?

No matter what your personal reasons for learning German may be, contact Varsity Tutors to get started with an Orlando German class. We can help you learn more about what is covered in the class, how you can get started and when, and provide details of the courses that are currently being offered. Learning German can be difficult, but with the aid of an experienced German teacher and the interactivity of a virtual classroom, you can begin building your German proficiency.

Contact us today to connect with a top Orlando German instructor