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  1. I'm currently in my early 20s and have had infrequent spells of German classes since I was 13, although, the last of these was several years ago. The casual German conversations I hold with native speakers are riddled with grammatical errors but I certainly know enough to brute force my way through most situations. I'm keen on sitting the B2/C1 German language exams but don't know where to begin. There are so many interlinked concepts and rules and I'm not sure how to structure my studies for these exams. I'm definitely riding on shaky grammatical foundations. I'd really appreciate advice on how to structure my studies for these exams. More specifically, I'd appreciate a hierarchy of concepts that demonstrates the governing principles, and advice on what order to learn them in, given that I already know the basics. Thanks in advance!
  2. Hallo an alle!I teach German to students from all over the word and help them improve their conversational skills and prepare for certificates. I am happy to say that all of my students have shown great improvement in their speaking skills in a short space of time.I love learning and teaching new languages and hope to share my knowledge with many new students all around the world. My teaching approach is communicative, caring and learner-centred. I believe that positive learning experiences can make a big difference to someone's life and I feel passionate about accompanying my students on their personal learning journeys. My goal is to improve your German speaking confidence and helping you learn new words and improve your spoken grammar.Each class is designed to your personal needs.If you want to learn German, refresh your German knowledge, if you need private lessons in German to prepare for a test or simply want to improve your pronunciation, you are welcome to contact me. I will not only teach you grammar and vocabulary but also provide you with insights into German and Austrian culture, music, literature and lifestyle.Hoffentlich bis bald http://learngermanonlinenow.weebly.com/
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