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German courses in Dublin

Postby lubicastetzer » Mon Oct 28, 2013 2:00 pm

Any good experience with German courses in Dublin? Advice me some school. Thank you.
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Re: German courses in Dublin

Postby Julian O. McPherson » Fri Mar 21, 2014 9:52 am

Yes I can help you in this case.There are many short courses to learn German language based on to improve this language or to learn it on the intermediate level.You can also learn German through songs .Also evening group courses and you can learn it on-line by various websites which offers in a great way to learn German...
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Re: German courses in Dublin

Postby LCNadmin » Fri Mar 21, 2014 3:24 pm

Hi lubicastetzer,

As Julian said you can also take online courses, but of course this is not the best way to learn a language.

If you have the opportunity, you should take a course in a German speaking country, such as Austria, Germany or Switzerland. This would certainly speed up the learning process. ;)


I would be happy to help you to find the perfect school for you. If you want you can contact me under UK: +44-2033555340 | US: +1-800 6136345 | Int: +34-932688774 or send an email to support-en4@languagecourse.net.
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Re: German courses in Dublin

Postby Julian O. McPherson » Wed Apr 09, 2014 10:37 am

Yeah you right.You can tell her better about the learning.I,m not a German but knows something about it but my ideas are also true in my sense.Its ion third person what he/she want.
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Re: German courses in Dublin

Postby Aliraza852 » Mon Oct 20, 2014 11:35 am

Its really a great source of help for the students who learning German.I also read it,its very easy and a great way discussed by this website.Some year ago,online study is not so famous,People usually go to an institute to get study.But this age is Computer age and you can learn online a lot of things.
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Re: German courses in Dublin

Postby LCNadmin » Mon Oct 20, 2014 2:19 pm

Hi Aliraza 852,

Yes, you are right! Thanks to on-line resources, mobile apps, learning websites, etc. people who don't have the possibility to attend a traditional language course might be able to learn a language in a funny and enjoyable way.

By the way, have you tried our Vocabulary Trainer?

It's a fantastic free on-line tool to learn more than 10,000 words in more than 30 languages, with many different courses available, like travel, dating, slang phrases etc.

Here the link to access to it:

http://www.languagecourse.net/

The app to learn English is also available for Android Mobiles and soon for iOS.

Check it out! ;)
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