London's specialists in German language training

since 1995

Intensive one-to-one - currently taught online

Private one-to-one German lessons are aimed at those who wish to make the most improvement in the least amount of time.
We will come to your home or office in Central London free of charge for a training unit of 120 minutes.

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Business German - currently taught online

German for work purposes, Business German & In-Company Training, flexible Business German via Skype:
Are you an executive, employee or self-employed? We have the right Business German solution for you. Our courses are tailored to your trade and professional situation.

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German online - Skype German lessons

Do you live outside London? Too busy to travel? 2, 3 or 3 weekly short lessons would suit your busy schedule better than one long one? Then our popular service German Skype lessons is for you. .

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Tailor-made crash courses - currently taught online

These courses are suitable for any level and will be entirely tailored to meet your needs: Beginners introduction to German, thorough grammar revision, conversation, discussing German films, German speaking trips to galleries and markets, work related German for your professional situation.

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Learn German with German Tuition
  • As from 17 March 2020: All our classes continue online !

  • Professional native German tutors
  • Business German in our classroom (in London EC4) or in-company training 
  • German for work purposes all professions: musicians, doctors, scientists, nursery teachers...
  • Private German lessons in our class room (in London EC4) or your home
  • Tailor-made intensive courses in London and Freiburg
  • Small group German classes starting in Central London regularly
  • German online - Skype German lessons
  • Exam advice and preparation: Zertifikat A1-C2, GCSE, A-levels...
  • German for children with our popular primary school teacher (of course native German speaker)
  • German outside the class room: Learn German while visiting a London museum, park or market...

Free consultation and trial lesson

Meet us, tell us about your needs and aims and receive a flavour of our German lessons. This meeting will also enable us to assess your present knowledge of German and discuss possible tuition options.

We offer this meeting free of charge and without any obligation to every individual and every company to ensure a language training tailored to your professional and personal situation

 

What the students say...

Fiona MacPhail, mother of teenager Indy

"Dear Barbara, I just wanted to thank you and Sonja for soldiering on during this horrendous time. I know it is so very difficult to remain enthusiastic and motivated at the moment and having the lessons and indeed your newsletter brings much needed reminders of normality. Having Indy’s mind expanded and being able to continue learning German has made such a difference.Huge thank you and stay healthy," (Email received on 1 April 2020).

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Alison Booths, keen traveller to Germany and Austria (A2/B1 1:1)

"I started learning German just to pick up a few basic phrases for holidays, but have found the lessons so stimulating and enjoyable that I keep on signing up for more. The teaching is excellent - varied, lively and effective. I can't think of any ways in which the classes could be improved."

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Michael Penn, Professor Stanford University, USA

"In my studies I have attended many language schools and have had many private tutors. None were anywhere near as good as at German Tuition. I chose to work with several different instructors and what amazed me was how every single one was simply fantastic. ..."

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Robert Thorne, Historian (A2/B1)

"I have greatly appreciated the lessons at German Tuition. They have been carefully planned and tailored to suit my pace. This flexibility, and the gentle good humour of my tutor, have meant that the lessons have always been an immense pleasure even for a slow learner like me."

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How to find us - Our German classroom in Central London

We are very centrally located and have a beautiful classroom on the fifth floor of an old Victorian building with views of the river Thames.  Nearest tube stations: Blackfriars (less than 5 minutes), Temple (5 minutes)
St. Pauls and Chancery Lane, 12-15 minutes
Nearest train station: Blackfriars and Thameslink, 4 minutes
Nearest busses: Blackfriars (388), Fetter Lane (4,11,15,23,26,76,172,341), 5 minutes

Events

Thursday, 23.07.2020

A2 module 4 ( fourth module of lower intermediate). A new class will start on Thursday, 23 July, 6-7.30pm. This class will be taught via Skype.

Tuesday, 04.08.2020

A1 module 1. A new class will start on Tuesday, 4 August June and will run twice a week Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8-9am for 7,5 weeks.

Saturday, 12.09.2020

25 years of German Tuition and 15 years of Deutsch in Freiburg.

A weekend packed with free German mini classes and activities  for all levels on 12 and 13 September. 

Watch this space for more details closer to the time.

Blog

by Barbara Classen (comments: 0)

When learning German the daily contact with the language is one of the key elements of success. I started the Facebook project "Das deutsche Wort des Tages" with the busy student in mind. 30-50 seconds allow you to just watch the video and pick up the main word. 3-5 minutes allow you to watch it over again and learn a few related words of the same post.

by Barbara Classen (comments: 0)

The world is changing and language is a reflection of those changes. As for German the Leibniz-Institut für Deutsche Sprache regularly updates an A-Z of corona related vocab, from Abstandslinie to Zoomfatigue. I hope you will enjoy reading my article on some of those new terms!

by Barbara Classen (comments: 0)

Do you spend, like myself, too much time in front of a screen at the moment? I started to introduce short breaks in my working day listening to my favourite podcast Spanish with Vincente. And with sunshine I sit on my balcony. This inspired me to write my next blog on podcasts for students of German. I mailed my team and a few students. They came back with an eclectiv mix of ideas, of which I will present my highly subjective choice in the following article.

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