German Classes and Instruction

It's time to sign up for German instruction, if 30 years experience with the language would help in any of the following situations:

  • Requirement of language study for admittance to a college, or to a university;
  • Desire to obtain a job with German companies in the US, such as Adidas, Volkswagen or Bayer;
  • Idea to attend the Oktoberfest in Munich or the plan to visit King Ludwig's Castles in Bavaria;
  • Interest in hosting a cultural exchange student from Germany, Austria, or Switzerland;
  • Wish to pursue a career in science, in music, or in international business.
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German Tutoring

For former students of the German language in high school or in college, contact a consultant to help with:

  • Pronunciation skills;
  • Re-acquire past linguistic skills, such as grammar, vocabulary, and reading;
  • Survive the first 24-hours if traveling to a German-speaking country, including the barriers of money, food, metrics, and reading those "forests of German signs";
  • Learn the business vocabulary for employment with a German company in the US or Germany, such as Deutsche Bank, Aldi, or Mercedes Benz, or in Germany, such as Ford, McDonald's, or Hewlett-Packard;
  • Become "culturally aware" of "those strange German ways."
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German Translation Services

Correspondence with family members during holidays and festivals, both written and/or spoken, would require the need for translation or interpretation. Correspondence with the National Archive in Germany or any state archives for genealogical reasons, both written and/or spoken, would also require the need for translation or interpretation. Family research examples are birth, baptismal,and death certificates, as well as military records. The following testimonials illustrate the importance of book/letter translation, tour guide,and interpreter.

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German Genealogy

Does your family have Germanic background? As a result of my travels to Germany, my time studying Deutsch in Salzburg, Austria, and my 30 years of German-language teaching, I can certainly help you find the town your great-grandfather left for America, help you trace the origin of your family name, or help you obtain birth / death information from a state archive.

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