Learn German in a Fast and Fun way
Yes, it is not impossible to learn German or any other language fast. Everything has to do with the determination you have to achieve the goal you’ve set. The difference between people who start learning and make progress quickly and those who decide to drop out does not lie in their intelligence. In fact, intelligence is part of every human being: it just needs to be nourished and encouraged, challenged, to achieve anything, anything you want. There are many things you can do in order not to lose your encouragement.
After taking French classes Vancouver students explain that they reached the end of the course and a good level because they managed to stay willing and determined. “It is great to have a French native speaking tutor explain the technical aspects of the language as well as the cultural nuances, while helping you achieve a native-like pronunciation. It really makes you feel the language intrinsically, as if it were a part of you”. Many times students get frustrated and upset because they can’t acquire a natural knowledge. This is why assembling theory and practice is so important, and a native speaking trainer is of great help for this purpose. A native tutor pushes you, indirectly, to make yourself understood: some students even make bigger efforts for a status reason. In other words, they want their foreign teacher to see that their culture is knowledgeable and well known, and they have no other way to do this than by making a great effort to impress them and gaining knowledge on their culture as well. Reputation is not the main reason, but it is a booster for some students.
After their German classes Miami students like to get together and watch a movie from Germany, a country which by the way, has a great Artistic side. Lola Rennt (or as we know it, “Run, Lola, Run” ) is among the favorite films for students of the German language. Immersing oneself into the Entertaining industry of the language we are trying to learn is fun and effective. It makes us stay in touch with the language for purposes other than learning it, and being caught by a good film, a good book, etc. is a great complement to the language lessons. Students who do this get higher marks and end up knowing even more than they are expected to know.