5 chapters · 1 hours 29 minutes
English · Japanese · Korean|Audio Korean

About the class

What if I want to speak German but I'm still not at the right level of conversation? Or what if you want to join German society but don't know how?

In the Part 2 [Practical Edition] class

  • I'll teach you how to have a real conversation in German. Once you've learned the basics of German, it's time to put it into practice! I'll also share with you “practical German conversation tips for each location and situation” that I learned by bumping into each other in person.
  • Here's what you need to know about German culture, manners, and how to make friends in Germany so you can get along naturally in Germany.

Course effect

  • German real-life tips (cultural differences, manners, telecommunications companies, how to use public transport)
  • Practical conversation for each location and situation (restaurants, shopping, public transportation, hotels, pharmacies, etc.)
  • Recommended places to visit in Germany, how to make friends, how to study German
  • You can prevent being a rude foreigner in Germany.
  • You can prevent someone from becoming a hogang-goer in Germany.
  • On a trip to Germany, you can reduce the amount of time spent on unfamiliar (public transportation) systems that are different from our country.

You can learn the words needed for each place and situation we are most frequently exposed to in our daily lives. Depending on the situation, I can't take my mouth off as soon as I try to invent a new word. I'll tell you the most common expressions used by the locals. Just say it as it is.

You can learn how to really enjoy Germany. Being good at the local language is important, but it's only when you accept their culture and people that you can really get to know that country.

Recommended target

  • Those who have just arrived in Germany and want to learn German culture and basic manners in order not to be rude in Germany
  • Those who want to learn how to reduce costs caused by not knowing the situation in Germany
  • Those who want to know how to make local German friends
  • Those who have learned the basics of German and now want to learn how to make inquiries in German by location or situation

Class differentiation

1) The class of German content creators with the most Instagram followers

I'm posting confusing German expressions and content related to learning German on Instagram. It has the most followers on an individual level.

2) Creators who know how to properly learn practical German since they started at the late age of 28

I'm not a native speaker or immigrated to Germany at a young age. After living and living only in Korea, I went to German for the first time to learn the language at age 28. I went to school and studied German with the sincerity unique to Koreans, so I always got good test scores. However, the moment I had to speak German in real life, I found myself unable to take my mouth off my mouth.

Studying the basics well in order to speak a foreign language well is a very important step that must be done first. The problem comes next. I, too, went through a lot of trial and error thinking for a long time about how to take the next step to be able to speak better. And then I realized it. Speaking of which, after all, it's a field of training. I'll tell you the know-how I learned by first experiencing it.

3) A creator who has produced German language test certificates for many students

Most of the students who took my classes online and offline obtained their desired level of German certification. It wouldn't have been possible without a strong foundation in German. Here's a picture of a portion of my student's certificate.

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4) We will provide a free file summarizing the context-specific conversations covered in the course.

While taking the lesson, be sure to practice by following the context-specific conversation covered in the course yourself. The quality of speech changes.

[Add: Class screen capture] Notes before taking the course

You must be able to read German words and numbers. It's even better if you know basic German grammar. If you don't have a foundation yet, you can take the Part 1 class.



Hallo! I'm Lena teaching German.

I learned German for the first time when I was 28, and I had to admit that there are limits to learning a foreign language naturally for adults like children. As a result of studying strategically to reduce the time and money spent on studying as much as possible, I reached the A1 level for beginners to the C1 level, which is the entry requirement for a German humanities university, in just 10 months.

I started teaching German to Korean students based on my local life experience in Germany and the study know-how I learned firsthand, and many people are quickly passing German exams. I started posting German learning content on Instagram, Naver blog, and YouTube to share the secret not only with my students but also with more people, and I am currently active with the largest number of Instagram followers on an individual level.

I'll show you that German is definitely not such a complicated language.

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