Tutor Delphia Says “Guten Tag” to German
Thinking of traveling and want to learn to most spoken language of all of Europe? Would you like to use cool words like “gaborgenheit” to mean safe, comfortable, and happy all at the same time? Well, thanks to our resident linguist Raluca Urea, Tutor Delphia is now proud to announce new German language courses.
Knowing German can open doors to jobs and educational opportunities all over the world. Passing a Goethe-Institut language exam could be a great first step towards professional development. These types of standardized German language tests vary in scope and ability. There are exams for beginners to advanced students with topics ranging from basic grammar to business vernacular. If this is something that interests you, we can help you prepare for the test. However, regardless of your goals, our tutors at Tutor Delphia can help you improve with confidence and ease.
Though the German language may seem intimidating to beginners, the presence of German in English makes learning it much easier. No matter your ability, there are many resources as well that can help students continue to work toward their language goals.
The German Society of Pennsylvania
You don’t have to go far in PA to see how German culture has impacted American culture. The German Society of Pennsylvania offers a great opportunity to see language study in action. Located right here in Philadelphia, the Society hosts a German book club, film screenings, and various events around the city. Their website can be found at https://www.germansociety.org/. It is a wonderful opportunity to put language study and cultural knowledge to the test.
Duolingo is a great resource for students, both in its free mobile app and its website https://www.duolingo.com/course/de/en/Learn-German-Online. People familiar with Duolingo should know the German portion has speaking, listening, and writing portions. It is a fun, accessible, and motivational tool to supplement German study.
The Goethe Institute is an organization devoted to promoting German culture and history all over the world. They contain many resources for students about the happenings in the German-speaking world. In addition to having information on standardized language tests, its website also contains a cultural archive here: https://www.goethe.de/en/kul.html. A fantastic resource to learn more about culture.
If you have any other questions about German classes, don’t hesitate to contact us! Let us know what classes you would like added to our tutoring services!