Our German-Language-Helpers: A small Help for Beginners

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  • Post last modified:2. October 2022

Looking for some free available material or professional 1:1 support? Starting to speak German is easier than everyone thinks. “Sprechen Sie Deutsch?”

We created this quick overview with the best links to German-Language-Helpers for all motivated German learners, and update it on weekly basis.

Did you know?
German is the official language in six different countries across Europe (Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland). On top of it, it’s a regional one in four other countries and spoken in 23 more countries. In addition, the dialect changes drastically depending on where you are.

By the way, there is much more interesting stuff for job-seekers and students on our pages, check for example our collection: for-job-seekers 🙂

Let’s get the ball rolling and check our overview, what’s in it for you! To have an exact idea where you should start, we strongly recommend to start with a language placement test. It will be absolutely well invested time.

Language Placement Tests

(How to identify your current German skills level? => here are some helpers for you)

Free Available Content

(Excellent for first steps and for zero or even low budget)

External Offers

(Decide for yourself, and reserve some good budget)

Group and Individual Lessons

(Recommended solution, if you would like to make quick progress)

Specialized German Courses for Engineers and Scientists

(Trust Me, I'm an Engineer)

Experts say that it will take approximately six to seven months or ~800 hours for English speakers. Of course, it depends on your personal motivation and weekly resources.

Be prepared: German isn’t just German, at least 16 different dialect groups exists!