GERMAN LANGUAGE CLASSES IN BANGALORE
WHY LEARN GERMAN?
Business: Effective communication which is so essential in improving relations with your German business partners.
The global career: A plus for job opportunities with German and foreign companies in your own country and abroad. For an employer with global business connections proficiency in German helps you to function effectively.
Tourism and hospitality industry: Tourists from German-speaking countries like to be looked after by German-speaking staff and tour guides.
Science and Research: German is a language for researchers in science and technology The second most common language used in Scientific parlance is German. If you are working in science or technology field, learning German will be a great help as much of the engineering, scientific and technical literature is written in German the third largest contributor to research and development and offers research fellowships to scientists from abroad.
Communication: Multilingual communicators are the need of the hour in media , information and communicatiireon technology. Learning German helps access the information through the very many important websites that are in German and the German books that are aplenty.
Cultural understanding: With German learning comes the understanding of Germany speaking people , their countires and their culture.
Travel: Surprise , surprise, !!! The most spoken language in Europe is neither English nor French, it is German. Hence while travelling in Europe , German language skills is a blessing.
Enjoyment of literature, music, art and philosophy: German is the language of Goethe, Kafka, Mozart, Bach and Beethoven. Learning German is an advantage for the aesthetic pleasure seeker.
Opportunities to study/work in Germany: A multitude of scholarships and other support to study in Germany are awarded by Germany. Special visas are offered to skilled workers and professionals and working holiday visas are available.
Similarity to Sanskrit and other Indian Languages like Kannada, Marathi, Bengali, Hindi , etc. Many word in German are found in Sanskrit. The grammar of both the languages is very similar.Indians find it fun to learn German as it is similar to their own languages, which are all inturn from Sanskrit.