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Title: Online German Language Course | Best German Language Institute | German Language Classes

Langma School of Languages
  • German language

  • Official Language  German
  • Population  83 million 
  • Capital  Berlin 
  • Government  Federal republic
  • Literacy  More than 99 can read write.
  • Currency  Euro
  • Calling Code  49
  • Time Zone  GMT 2
  • National Colours  Black, Red, Gold
  • Major Rivers  Rhine, Elbe, Main, Danube

  • German (Deutsch) is a West-Germanic language
    which is majorly spoken in Central Europe.
    Moreover, it is an official and co-official
    language of many European countries like Germany,
    Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg,
    Hungary, Poland, and Denmark. It is most similar
    to other West Germanic languages
    including Afrikaans, Dutch, and English
    furthermore, the similarities in vocabulary can
    be seen in languages like Danish, Swedish,
    and Norwegian.

Some Fascinating German Language Facts
  • If you wish to learn German Language then it is
    important to know the history and origins of the
    language you are learning. Langma School of
    Languages offers an insight into the
    fascinating German Language facts

German is part of the West Germanic languages
like English and Dutch
  • For centuries Germany being divided up into
    several small states, it was unified primarily by
    its literature, since the writers presented their
    view which helped readers to understand the
    similarities. When the unification of Germany
    started in the 19th century, linguist
    standardisations were adopted. Todays largest
    German dictionary in existence is Deutsches
    Wörterbuch, was begun by the Brothers Grimm in

Some Interesting Facts About Germany
  • Germany is the smallest nation according to the
    area however, it is the worlds second-largest
  • Germanys foreign direct investment (FDI) in the
    United States is more than 10 billion dollars. 
  • German economy ranks number one in Europe and
    number four worldwide.
  • Many international companies have made Germany
    their home. 
  • Germany is the EUs largest economy, with a GDP
    of 3.73 trillion which equals all the
    Spanish-speaking countries combined. 
  • Germany is home to an intriguing culture, with a
    population of 81 million which makes it the
    second most populated country in Europe. 
  • Germany produces more than 300 varieties of baked
  • Germany is one of the worlds largest car
    producers and home to many luxurious automobile
    companies like Volkswagen, Mercedes, Audi,
    BMW Porsche
  • The biggest Beer Festival in the world is
    organised Oktoberfest in Munich, Bavaria, where
    the stein (beer glass) is of a litre.

Experience professional and authentic German
classes with our Qualified Native-Speakers
  • All of our German language teachers at Langma
    School of Languages are Native-Speakers and
    highly qualified, each with specialist and cross
    over training credentials have between them years
    of experience and abilities in all areas of
    training. Langma School of Languages not only
    ensures that you receive quality teaching but
    also acquire authentic German dialect and
    terminology. One can gain theoretical knowledge
    from the book however, to gain practical and
    spoken experience can only be attained in the
    classroom to be prepared for future endeavour.
    Our teachers at Langma School of
    Languages encourage extracurricular practice and
    it is envisaged that spoken German Spoken skill
    is taken beyond the formal teaching environment
    and into the students daily lives. Teachers
    provide written exercises and presentation, role
    play, Group discussion, and extempore to keep
    students engaged and consistently using the words
    and phrases they learnt. 

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