German Classes In Chennai

Seeking for German Classes in Chennai? Join German Classes in Chennai at FITA to speak German eloquently. 

Course Highlights & German Classes in Chennai at FITA?


German Classes at FITA provides the students with a comprehensive understanding of the language and its usage.
The course structure is designed by the subject matter experts and it matches the Common European Framework of Reference.
Tutors at FITA are certified trainers who have a decade of experience in teaching German.
FITA provides the students with a wide academic curriculum and the necessary training to read, write, and speak the language fluently.
FITA provides interactive class sessions to the students and the students can feel free to clarify their doubts with the tutors.
A recap session of the previous classes is provided to the students regularly.
Weekday, Weekend & Fast track German classes in Chennai.
Convenient Option of various Locations in Chennai – Choose the Spoken English Classes in Velachery or Spoken English course in Anna Nagar, T Nagar, OMR.

Getting to know about German

German is one of the Lingua Franca of the world. It is stated that German is the most commonly spoken language in the European territory and more than 1.4% of the world population speaks German. Besides Germany, it is the official language of five other countries that are listed below.

Austria
Switzerland
Liechtenstein
Belgium (co-official)
Luxembourg (co-official)

Apart from these countries, knowing German also helps you to survive in countries like Poland, Hungary, Romania, Russia, Ukraine, the Baltic states and the Czech Republic. It is stated that German speakers alone produce 80,000 new books every year and stand in the second place next to New York in the number of books produced every year. Most of the illustrious scholars and musicians are from Germany. Learning German helps one to enhance their professional and academic career as well. Join German Classes in Chennai at FITA and learn the language from its basics. Tutors at FITA train the students efficiently and provides professional training to widen their career opportunities.

German Course Structure at FITA 

The German course structure at FITA is designed based on the standard set by the Common European Framework of Reference (CFER). 

German Classes at FITA provides students with training from Beginner to Advanced level. Given below are the Levels in German Certification. 

 Level 1: German A1 Certification
 Level 2: German A2 Certification
 Level 3: German B1 Certification
 Level 4: German B2 Certification
 Level 5: German C1 Certification
 Level 6: German C2 Certification

Level 1: German A1 Certification

Here you will be taught about the elementary use of the language. The German alphabet, its sounds, shapes, and identifying the objects are taught at this level. Once you have completed this level you will be familiar with simple day-to-day greetings and you will be able to greet in German. 

Level 2: German A2 Certification

In this stage, you will be able to understand the regular expression like where do they reside, asking questions on commutation, able to describe oneself and also things that are associated with emergency needs.

Level 3: German B1 Certification:

On completion of this level, you will know about the basics of grammar structure and their application. The grammar portion includes perfect tense, Imperfect tense, Genitive case, Dative, Nominative, Adjective declension, Accusative, Prepositions, Subordinate Clauses, Direct, and Indirect Subordinate Clauses. Also, you will be able to understand the conversation related to school, college, and work.

Level 4: German B2 Certification:

Here the learners will be able to use the language independently. At the end of this level, the learners will have a complete idea of the grammar part and can understand the complex texts, abstract topics, and also able to express themselves fluently in German.

Level 5: German C1 Certification:

By the end of this level, the learners can understand lengthy texts, able to understand the implicit meaning of words, capable of expressing oneself in the professional, academic and social places 

Level 6: German C2 Certification:

On completion of this level, you can read, write, and speak efficiently in German. Also, you will be able to analyze and respond spontaneously to the questions put forth to you.

Interesting details of German 

German is a unique language with a poetic touch that could not be translated into other languages.
In case you are an English speaker it is an added advantage for you because of German and English shares the Germanic roots. There are only a few alphabets to be learned in German while compared to Chinese, Japanese, and French. Given below are the alphabets of German. 
The letter W in German sounds similar to the letter V in English.
The letter V in German sounds like the letter F in English.
Often the letter S in German sounds like the letter Z in English while placed at the beginning of the word that is followed by a vowel. 
German has more than 5.3 million words in its vocabulary.
German has three genders and they are Masculine, Feminine, and Neuter. 
German has its phonetic spelling codes to avoid confusion while spelling the words on the phone or radio. 
All the Nouns in the German language are capitalized. They must write the Nouns in Capital. Pick a German newspaper and you will be surprised to see most of the letters are capitalized because they must capitalize on the Nouns.
Most of the words in German has the letter S spelled more than twice or thrice in it.
Also, you can find the letter ß in most of the words. 
Compound words are commonly used in German. The German language has more than consonants than the English alphabet.
The longest word of German is "Rindfleischetikettierungsüberwachungsaufgabenübertragungsgesetz"it means the delegation of duties of supervision for cattle marking and labeling of the beef. 
The calligraphy of German would be written using the scripts of Latin alphabets known as Fakhur script. 
German is the most common language used on the world wide web after English and Russia.
German is the second most commonly used language in scientific research and development. 

Career benefits on learning German

Learn the language professionally and widen your career opportunities in various fields. German Class in Chennai at FITA provides the students with a wide academic curriculum and train them efficiently to read, speak, and write. Given below is the list of job profiles one can avail of learning German.

German language teacher/trainer: 

On learning the language proficiently you will be certified as a German language expert. With that certification, you can avail plenty of career options in the Foreign Language Teacher councils and also you can train students to learn the language. 

Translator: 

Most Government organizations, MNC's, and NGOs need a translator to convey their message. On learning the language efficiently you can become a translator and earn a good package. 

Interpreter: 

In case you are proficient enough in German and have good interpretation skills, most of the translator service providers across the world are seeking for interpreters who can interpret for them.

Tourism Industry: 

Tourists Guide requires to know more than one language. Learning German would be of great help to them as it is stated that the Germans are the widespread travelers across the world 

Hospitality industry: 

On learning German one can begin their career in the hospitality center and managements in Germany where you can work as an executive in the Guest relation department of travel companies, large hotels, and events centers.

Aeroflight sector:

One has to know more than one language in the Aeroflight sector. Knowing more than one foreign language is an added advantage in this field. To make a career in top German Airlines like Lufthansa, German is mandatory.

Research analyst: German is considered to be a significant contributor to global scientific research and if you can read, write and speak in German the chances of getting priority are comparatively high. 

Engineering jobs in German:

Germany is the world leaders in engineering currently. More than 50% of German companies are seeking Engineers. If you are fluent in German you can avail job opportunities easily. 

Journalism:

The journalism industry is one of the largest employers of people with different language skills. Also, it is never scarce of job opportunities for foreign language experts, and it includes German speakers. So one can begin their career in Journalism sector by learning German.

Media Industry: 

The major driving force of the present world is information which includes e-print and e-source of information. You can apply for a German language expert if you are efficient in German. You can work as a writer, editor, or reader. 

Information Technology:

Since globalization, the growth of the Indian economy and demand for foreign language experts have increased tremendously. Germany is the leader in innovative technology and computing. SAP is the world's third-largest software provider company is from German. One can broaden their career prospects in this field as well when they have good communication skills in German. 

Advertising manager: 

German Companies like Siemens, BMW, Volkswagen, Adidas, SAP, Allianz, Bosch Lufthansa, and more have set up shop in India and abroad. For them the road to success rely on how they promote their products and services globally. When you have good knowledge in German you can be an advertising manager in any of these companies.

FAQ

It is a general perception that learning German is a tedious job. German has phonetic spelling and the pronunciation of German words is easy to predict. The only thing you must be aware of is the spelling and the combination of letters. It is easy to learn German if you are an English speaker. German has adopted many English words like Hi, Cool, Computer, Management, Bestseller, Band, Star, Clever, Fair, Job, and Trend. German has only one present tense, for instance, We help you. Also, German has a unique future tense. Predominantly many speakers use the present tense when talking about the future. For example, We will help you tomorrow. German mostly uses the present perfect tense to convey the past tense. Like, I did play cricket with my friends. German Classes in Chennai at FITA provides the students training from their basics and explain the concepts of the grammar clearly. The tutors at FITA are experienced well in the subject and they train the students efficiently. 

Generally, people suggest the below listed ways to learn German easily. 

  • Purchase a German Dictionary and learn new words from that regularly. 
  • Also, get a German textbook and read the texts and try to understand it.
  • Listen to German music. 
  • Watch German movies, documentaries to learn the pronunciation.
  • In addition, read the German translation of English books. 
  • Surround yourself with people who are learning German and try to converse with them in German.

By following the above-mentioned ways one can learn to speak the language. But to have a holistic understanding of the language, it is necessary to get enrolled in a professional institute. German Classes in Chennai at FITA provides the students with necessary professional training and also enhances their career opportunities. 

The Grammar is the trickiest part of the German to learn. As stated earlier German has three Genders and each gender has different noun forms. One must remember the noun form of each gender. Besides, there are five trickiest parts of the German and they are listed below. 

  • Verbs
  • Pronunciation
  • Sentence Structure
  • Articles and Declinations cases
  • Vocabulary.

German Classes in Chennai at FITA provides the right blend of theoretical and practical knowledge to the students. Tutors at FITA have a decade of experience in this field and they train the students efficiently to read, write, and speak.

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