German based on English method -...
Is it possible to learn German for beginners quick and easy? The answer is: yes! Simply because German and English are not so different from each other. In fact, you know a lot of German already! Both languages share thousands of similar words and have similar sentence structures. This is how anyone who knows English can actually pick up basic German easily - and speak it right away! And the best thing is that you don't need to study a lot of grammar or words. It just needs a teaching method to point out the similarities and some practice...GboE method is right for you if you:- plan a trip to Germany, Austria or Switzerland- want an easy to learn approach to German- want to be able to speak German within a few days- want to avoid complicated German grammar rules- want to start speaking German right away with what you already know from English- want to hear and pronounce German the native way correctly- want to learn some of the 100 most frequently used German words (with an easy to remember technique)- want to learn 1699 German words which are similar to English (and therefore easy to remember)- struggle picking up German with "normal/ classic/ traditional" methods which most other language courses use- want a real German "boost" because you are planning to take a German class in High School, College or at a regular language school and you want to start in a "pole position" to impress your teacher and classmatesWhat you get with the Basic package:- learn 1699 German words- 5 lessons- access to pronunciation audio files- access to speaking video lessonsContent:Lesson 1: Arrival - Germany/ Austria/ SwitzerlandSituation: Arrival at a German, Swiss or Austrian airport, transfer to the hotelWhat you learn: Say what you need, what you look for and what (public transportation) you take, the German Akkusativ (accusative), more Top 100 Words (most frequent German words)Words: 187 new wordsPronunciation audio files: 32:03 minutesSpeaking video lessons: 41:40 minutesLesson 2: At the hotelSituation: At the hotelWhat you learn: Say who you are, what you would like, what you have, how you like things, persons and situations, more Top 100 Words (most frequent German words)Words: 240 new wordsPronunciation audio files: 39:43 minutesSpeaking video lessons: 77:04 minutesLesson 3: Move around at the new placeSituation: You get around in a city, you ask for directionsWhat you learn: How to ask questions, say and ask for directions, more Top 100 Words (most frequent German words)Words: 425 new wordsLesson 4: Spend more time at the hotelSituation: You are in a hotel, at the hotel reception, you ask for a free room, you have a drink at the hotel barWhat you learn: Say what you like, what is yours, what you do, how you pay, numbers, prices, more Top 100 Words (most frequent German words)Words: 533 new wordsLesson 5: At the train stationSituation: You buy tickets for a train, you ask for train departures and arrivalsWhat you learn: Say where you come from, what you see, where your sit, ask for a (free) seat, buy a train/ bus ticket, ask for bus/ train departure and arrival, say and ask the time, colours, the German he/ she/ it, more Top 100 Words (most frequent German words)Words: 314 new words