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When economic exchanges between countries are more and more intertwined and dependent on one another, it is in our interest to be multilingual by speaking the foreign languages that matter. That's what can make the difference in a professional career!


Among the most important living languages in the world - economically and politically speaking - there is, of course, the German language, mastered by nearly 100 million natives but also by about 100 million other non-native German speakers.


And that's without counting the many Germanophiles, in Manchester and elsewhere, who have not yet taken the step of learning the German language, but who find themselves intrigued by the Germanic civilization, perhaps a group among which you belong!


From the 'second city', it is easy to travel or fly to Germany, Austria or Liechtenstein for an intensive language course at any time. Add in other areas like Switzerland, Luxembourg, Belgium, northern Italy, Namibia and Brazil, and you can have the chance to partake in a fruitful linguistic stay in one of these areas in addition to your intensive German courses.


German classes are numerous in Manchester, and they follow several classic models including: evening classes in a language school, summer courses with exclusive private lessons, telephone lessons, group or small group classes, individual intensive lessons, conversation classes with private teachers, online courses, etc.


Of course, language training - and even more so, German training - is more effective when the learner is working on his or her oral comprehension and speaking skills, in addition to his German grammatical skills, through a personalized German lesson.


Progressing quickly from a beginner level to an intermediate level (based for example on the common European framework called "CEFR") can be as easy as "1,2,3" or "Eins, Zwei, Drei" and becoming bilingual is within the reach of everyone!


It must be remembered that learning a foreign language, even if doing so only through videoconferencing or e-learning, helps to consolidate intelligence and facilitates the learning of other languages in the future - romantic French or Italian, Spanish classes, etc.

Take your German courses in the beautiful city of Manchester

Let's leave for a few moments the appeal of learning German itself, to concentrate instead on the wonders of one of the best cities in the UK, Manchester, the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution in Britain.


Manchester officially became a city in 1853. It is the 3rd most visited city in the UK, after London and Edinburgh and is also highly ranked as a beta city in 2014 by the Globalisation and World Cities Research Network, where it is the highest ranked British city behind only London.


Manchester is well known for its beautiful architecture, sports clubs, ship port linking directly to the Irish Sea, culture, universities, and scientific and engineering advancements. With approximately 100,000 students in the city, currently attending their 4 universities, University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, the University of Salford and the University of Bolton, the region has one of the largest student populations in the UK, even in compared to the whole of Europe.


The city also boats the UK's largest city center shopping center with the Manchester Arndale. It is a great place to be a student and explore your bilingual German language aspirations!


While you're in this beautiful and historic city, why not explore some of the highly rated best things to do in Manchester, such as:

     

  • Check out a concert- Manchester's legendary live music scene is unparalleled 
  • See some art- the Northern city is leading the way in culture and has major exhibitions regularly touring through at the Manchester Art Gallery, the Lowry and the Whitworth Art Gallery 
  • Sea Life Manchester- their renowned aquarium has over 30 amazing displays to explore 
  • Visit a festival- the city has a huge assortment of festivals all throughout the year, celebrations of history, food, beer, music, cider... the list goes on 
  • The Quays- Manchester's abandoned quays have been transformed into an ideal leisure destination along the waterside, where the Lowry, Imperial War Museum, MediaCityUK, Old Trafford Stadium, Granada TV, shopping stores, cinema, restaurants and more are all within walking distance to each other 
  • Manchester Museum- one of the marvels of the museum lies in its impressive Egyptian artefacts exhibition housing over 16 000 ancient artifacts including 20 human mummies originating from Luxor and Thebes
  • Manchester Ship Canal- 58km long it was created in 1894 at the whopping cost of £15 million (which these days translates to over £1.5 billion in modern money) it was the largest river canal in the world, allowing Manchester to become an important port. These days, the many waterways of Manchester provide a lovely backdrop for your afternoon stroll

Why not ask your German language tutor to meet you at a museum exhibition on German culture and art, Oktoberfest to learn about German beers, a German bakery to eat some traditional delicacies and more. You can also join one of the German societies organized by one of Manchester's 4 universities, offering German language conversation clubs, socials, movie nights and more!

German Courses in Manchester with Superprof

The city of Manchester is full of great libraries and bookstores offering options to improve your language level and language training through exercises and history books. Admittedly, you won't be in total immersion, but you will find an atmosphere conducive to the assimilation of a certain side of the German culture through some excellent books.


You may have also heard of some language schools in your city, or language centers (mainly for learning English as a foreign language for adults), who highlight the idea of personal training for business or other economic language learning opportunities, which allows them to better hide the fees and commissions they add to their course costs.


Abandon your previous online German language aps such as Duolingo, and opt for a tailor-made training program to help you advance your German speaking skills quickly and efficiently!


Much better than preparing for exams in a group, or taking German courses online (or by correspondence courses), in-home tutoring essentially offers a training program perfectly adapted to the student. Support classes with interactive exercises are not just for middle school students when it comes to deepening grammar skills for beginners, intermediate and advanced language learners!


Learning a language other than one's mother tongue in Manchester has become as simple as saying 'Guten tag' thanks to the Superprof website- a digital directory (thus, indirectly, a site to learn German) connecting German-speakers and our independent teachers, without adding commission to the teaching hours - and that's what's revolutionary!


You can give free rein to your language learning desires in Manchester by chaining together some French lessons by telephone, Russian lessons online, Japanese lessons or Chinese lessons along with your in-person German lessons. For learning any new language, have the reflex to check out Superprof as your #1 language learning resource!


Each German teacher on our website has a profile page with their photo and a short biography, as well as their accreditation (in terms of diplomas), ratings and comments from previous students, locations they can travel to, hourly rate etc...


To further facilitate your German learning courses, it's also good to know that the first class with most of our teachers is offered for free- to test it out!

Typology of Superprof German Courses in Manchester

The city of Manchester is abundant in German language learning courses on Superprof: in Manchester itself, there are dozens of private teachers waiting to help you to speak German fluently via in-home classes!


Some operate in a small and specific sector (usually a particular neighborhood), but most are available to travel anywhere in the city that is well served by public transit. At home, at your tutor's house, or in another location such as a café in winter or a park in the summer: the field of possibilities is wide, in Manchester, to take German language courses at an advanced level!


Know that the wider your locational search area, such as the Greater Manchester area, the number of tutors you can find, that offer the teaching of Deutsh, will start multiplying by 3 or 4. And what if you keep expanding?... more than 1000 German tutors in all of the UK on Superprof!


Native speakers, bilingual since birth, certified teachers of German, and other germanist professionals compete to offer you the best German courses in Manchester, professionally and personably. From £10 to 20 per hour for many tutors, the prices are very clearly affordable: Julia, Daniel, Lena and many others are waiting for you take your first step towards realizing your German language learning dreams.

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