Our online German course is a complete program in German grammar and vocabulary. Most importantly, you will learn how to build a memory palace to store, retain, and recall all the details of German grammar. In a matter of weeks, you’ll be able to master grammatical patterns most learners still struggle with after years of study.
Our goal is to get you beyond pre-constructed resources as quickly as possible. In other words, we want to get you to the point where you are expanding your abilities by reading books, watching movies, and talking to people in German. To do this, we focus first on patterns and vocabulary within the grammar of the language. This is the key to unlock total fluency.
As adults, the hardest part of learning a new language is mastering the grammar, the underlying structure. Once we do that, however, we have what we need to work inside the language and learn organically from context. This is actually what we continue to do throughout adulthood in our own native languages. Think of your own job and the jargon you use for it – you probably learned most of your professional vocabulary as an adult.
This online German program is actually 3 different courses wrapped up and bundled in one. There is a lot of material included in your subscription – read on to find out everything you’ll have access to. If you’re in a hurry, here’s a quick summary of what you’ll learn:
You get full access to everything right from the start. This includes:
In short, in addition to all the video lessons and unique instruction, you’ll be able to download and keep the equivalent of multiple text e-books and more than ten times the amount of audio recordings you can typically expect to receive with book and CD combos that cost twice as much as a single month of our online program.
All of this described above is included in every subscription.
Dr. Aaron Ralby is the founder and director of Linguisticator Ltd. He holds a BA in English and Modern Languages and Linguistics from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County; an MPhil in Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic from the University of Cambridge; and a PhD in Medieval Studies from Cornell University. Aaron is the principle overseer of course creation at Linguisticator and also presents all final materials produced by his team of linguists and native speakers.
Read more about Aaron here.