Updated: Aug 22, 2021
Kids absorb new languages like a sponge. An early start with languages can bring with it many benefits and opportunities.
Unlock the child’s potential language’s skills during the school vacation.
Bilingual children tend to be better learners with more advanced reading skills, greater confidence and a bigger sense of the world we live in, with its varying countries and cultures.
It’s also worth bearing in mind that there are 228 million German speakers worldwide, making German the 10th most spoken language in the world. Plus Germany is the world’s fourth largest economy, so speaking German brings with it many opportunities.
It’s never too early to start learning a language. If your desire is to raise a bilingual child, then there’s no harm in immersing them in the world of German from day one.
Acquire basic German language skills.
German Alphabets & Its phonics.
Build a strong foundation before moving on to more advanced levels.
Start framing an easy sentence
Learn the Numbers
Introduce new German language's vocabulary
Go from complete beginner to building up own sentences after the very first lesson.
Understand and use basic grammatical and linguistic features of the German language with ease.
Get to grips with German pronunciation.
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