I hope you’ve enjoyed the 5 Day Push and today we’ll look at “where do we go from here?”
If you just wanted to learn a little bit of basic German for a holiday and have no intention to carry on, that’s fine. I hope you have enjoyed these days and will look at them maybe from time to time.
If these five days have whet your appetite and you’d like to learn more, there are several things you can do:
- You can find a tutor/ group in your local area.
- You can ask me if I have any suitable groups for you (if you’re local) or ask me to teach you via Skype (weekly or see further down for a compromise between teaching yourself and lessons)
- You can teach yourself German
There are ‘teach yourself’ books and lots of good online resources, many free. If you’d like a little help I offer lessons via Skype (or at home, if local) which you can have as often as you like, weekly, monthly or even as and when you feel you need a little help. So you could carry on learning on your own but ask for help if you needed it. Have a look at this blog post: Is it possible to learn German by myself? or contact me if you’d like to know more.
You can also buy some of my kindle books These three posts have been taken from my ‘learn German for your holidays’ book.
If you prefer to have those 30 days as a video course which also allows interaction with me and fellow students, check out my Udemy course
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Whatever your plans are, I hope you have found these 5 days useful and can find further useful things on my website.
Which leaves me to finish this course with a huge THANK YOU!