Most German language A1 learners may encounter various interesting factors before enrolling in a new additional language, which can include:
Is there any prerequisite for the learning?
How should I prepare before beginning the class?
Are there any German resources available in case any trouble happens during the class?
The most important thing that the German language learner should be aware of is that firstly, you should make sure that you have sufficient time for the learning in class, whether online or offline, revision, and homework submission. The second typical problem we are encountering is that the learners do not have time for the class. When faced with language difficulties, most students begin missing class and are not regulars. That is one of the reasons why their learning is stagnant. The learner's third common problem is a lack of revision. Before the next session begins, it appears that they have not reviewed or forgotten what occurred in the previous session. That makes class go slow.
Trainers are a main resource for helping and guiding. Do not be afraid to ask him or her for assistance. Many students may be afraid to ask questions, especially when it is group learning. They may have been concerned that if they continued to ask multiple questions, other members of the group would become uneasy. But it should not be ! You can ask as much as you possibly can, and that is to make sure you clear things up before the next contents are provided.
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