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German language training

The German language is actually related to Dutch, as they belong to the same language family. Many Dutch people who studied German at school think they can manage using the language well. That is the case to a certain extent, however, should conversations become more complex, more advanced use of the language will be needed. A German language course will help build vocabulary, understand the principles of grammar and use the cases correctly. Cultural awareness also plays a role within this training course. Although Germany and the Netherlands are neighbours, there are considerable differences in, for example, hierarchy and manners. More language and knowledge culture often means more conviction and that is what you really need in business conversations when using the German language

There are many ways to learn German at STE Languages; from regular group courses to tailor-made individual training. We can help everyone who wants to learn German. Check out here which type of course suits you best open enrolment or perhaps individual? For more detailed and specific information on our courses please go to this document.

What you can expect from our training courses

  • Competitively priced, click here for an overview
  • Clear and professional instruction by very experienced trainers
  • Theoretical and practical guidance on how to come across better by using the proper structure of the German language
  • Learn to use the German language in a work environment with greater ease and confidence
  • Learn to avoid typical Dutch mistakes
  • Write short, work-related texts
  • Face-to-face lessons or with our advanced Online Classroom solution for distance learning
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  • Germany is a very important trading partner for the Netherlands

  • German is the most widely spoken language in the European Union

  • Successful business in Germany is not possible without speaking the German language

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