304 North Cardinal St.
Dorchester Center, MA 02124
including individual, one-on-one lessons and company courses in all important languages
Language courses and language lessons in Berlin in all important languages as well as specialized language training for a variety of professions and jobs, for example in the fields of economics, sciences, engineering, medicine, IT, law, architecture, arts, education … – language courses and language lessons for all levels – beginners, pre-intermediate and intermediate learners as well as advanced learners (levels A1 to C2 according to the CEFR), including German courses and German lessons for foreigners, migrants and non-native speakers of German
Our language school offers courses and one-on-one lessons for individuals and companies from7 a.m. to 10 p.m. from Monday to Saturday every week.
Our Berlin language school organizes lessons and language courses in English, Spanish, French, Italian, Portugese, Greek, Latin, Swedish, Danish, Dutch, Arabic, Turkish, Russian, Czech, Polish, Bulgarian, Romanian, Hungarian, Japanese, Chinese, Indonesian (Bahasa), German courses / German lessons for foreigners and migrants (German as a foreign language, preparation for the DSH examination, German courses for DAAD-students) etc.
Language lessons in a pleasant and creative atmosphere of learning
individual lessons as well as language courses / groups for beginners, pre-intermediate and intermediate students and advanced learners – company courses in the English language and almost all important languages – everyday language – language courses for tourists – specialized language teaching for the job – preparation for language examinations – conversation – additional language lessons for students and pupils – private tuition in almost all languages – German courses for beginners, intermediate and advanced learners
Our company courses can take place in all parts of Germany.
Our Berlin language school does not charge any registration fees.
The clients of our language school only have to pay for the lessons they take and teaching material (textbooks, dictionaries, reference books etc.).
Before signing their registration for a language course, our clients can meet the teacher and take one lesson as a test.
Our language school has offices with well-equipped, light tutorial rooms in Berlin-Mitte and Berlin-Charlottenburg, which can be easily reached by car and by means of public transport.
The clients of our Berlin language school are both private people and companies. Our clients have very different levels (beginners, pre-intermediate / intermediate and advanced learners) and different aims too. In many cases the language teaching focuses on the professional needs of our clients.
You can learn all important languages in an effective way at our Berlin language school.
The language courses and individual language lessons of our school are suitable for people with very different backgrounds, objectives, professions and positions, such as engineers, technicians, IT-experts, employees of hotels and restaurants, tourist guides, pilots, flight attendants, medical doctors, nurses, architects, scientists, managers, salespeople, representatives of companies in various branches, economists, administrators, civil servants, officers in the police and in the army, pedagogues, company owners, self-employed and free-lance people. Furthermore, our language courses can also help unemployed people to improve their chances of finding new jobs by preparing them for interviews and everyday situations in foreign languages.
Our language school employs an international team of language teachers – both qualified native speakers of various languages, e.g. English, Spanish, French, Italian, Russian, Czech, Polish, Hungarian, Swedish, Danish and competent German language teachers.
The German courses / German lessons of our Berlin language school are held by qualified, experienced teachers and tutors with a special training in the field of teaching German as a foreign language.
effective language lessons for beginners, intermediate and advanced learners in all important languages
essential rules of pronunciation – intonation, stress, rhythm of speaking; alphabet; essential grammar, e.g. sentence structure – positive and negative sentences, questions etc.; question words; pronouns – personal pronouns, definite and indefinite pronouns etc.; spelling of words; prepositions of place and time; adjectives and adverbs; comparisons; speaking about yourself – your name, age, family, children, parents, siblings, friends, acquaintances, hobbies, interests, spare-time-activities, job; numbers and dates; the names of the weekdays, seasons and months; quantities and prices; your surroundings – your flat / house, garden, furniture, household, household appliances; foods, drinks and meals; fruit, vegetables, fish and meat; shopping; your daily routine; the names of animals and plants; important information about foreign countries the language of which you learn – geography, climate, history, traditions, religion, way of life, politics, economics, culture; developing basic skills in speaking, listening, reading and writing; understanding and translating simple texts with and without a dictionary; practising important idiomatic phrases of the colloquial language; simple conversation about everyday topics; preparing you for holidays abroad or language study trips; essential vocabulary for tourists – hotel, reception, hotel rooms, restaurant, renting a car, insurance, accidents, seeing the doctor, sight-seeing, guided tours, means of transport, travelling by plane / ship / train / car etc., airport, station …
essential grammar – repetition and new rules, e.g. tenses (present, past, future etc.), sentence structure, conjugations, declinations, pronouns, adjectives and adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, expressing comparisons, phrasal verbs, word formation and spelling of words; teaching and practising vocabulary concerning a wide range of topics, such as important facts about foreign countries (geography, history, culture …) and Germany, your home town, likes and dislikes, hobbies and spare time activities, plans for the future, your job, your CV (curriculum vitae), school, education, vocational training and studies, holidays, travel, tourism, sights, nature, culture, arts, literature, modern and classical music, history, sports; frequently used idiomatic phrases and expressions of the colloquial language; using the foreign language in everyday situations – welcoming guests, introducing yourself, inviting people, accepting and refusing invitations and offers, making suggestions, expressing likes and dislikes, agreement and disagreement, asking the way and directions, offering / asking advice or help, expressing your standpoint / your opinion, agreeing and contradicting, convincing other people; describing objects, places, pictures and people; improving your pronunciation and speaking skills; listening comprehension; reading, understanding and translating texts with or without a dictionary; writing texts and messages, such as letters, reports, short essays, summaries; telephone language; practising conversation (dialogues) …
advanced aspects of grammar; improving your pronunciation and communication skills; advanced conversation about a variety of topics, such as culture, arts, economics, politics, sciences and technology, medicine, inventions and discoveries, the Internet, television, newspapers, other media, literature, sports, social problems, education, the environment and environmental protection, foreign countries and travel; talking about your job and your company; reading and translating complicated original texts dealing with various topics; summarizing the main ideas of texts and statements; discussing controversial topics and statement; expressing your opinion in a differentiated manner; learning and using further vocabulary concerning the above-mentioned topics; negotiating and interviewing people; dealing with important works of foreign literature; making phone calls in the foreign language; learning and practising further idiomatic phrases; improving your way of expressing yourself (stylistic means); writing essays and texts about advanced topics; distinguishing colloquial and formal language; business communication and communication in the office; writing business letters and official documents; special language used for negotiations in your field of work; if needed specialized language for your job …
individual lessons / private, one-on-one lessons for fast progress in learning languages
effective language training for employees and managers of companies and institutions