Hallo! Do you want to learn German online?

Daniel Bosse, 11 August 2014, No comments
Categories: 01 - Home
Tags: daf lehrer, German Online Tutor

Welcome to my site GermanOnlineTutor.com. My name is Daniel and I am a professional German language trainer with five years of experience in private language schools, universities and online. I have a degree in education, political science and economics, I am a certified German as forgein language teacher (Goethe Institut). Since 2007 I have taught German online via Skype or MSN-Messenger. During this time I have got to know the advantages and disadvantages of Live Online Teaching and have developed my own techniques to offer my students the best Online German lesson.

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Online Resources for German Language Learners

  1. GermanHeitFrom short grammar lessons, to recipes, to fun German media, this tumblelog should offer you a variety of ways to experience my language & culture. Whether you’re already learning German or just curious about foreign peoples, consider GermanHeit an alternative set of tools for language learning.
  2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology – MIT offers a four German courses (German I-IV) and a course about German Culture, Media, and Society.
  3. Slow German by Annik Ruben – A very nice Podcast about the Germans and Germany. Annik offers a lot of informations and material to practice German.
  4. BBC – The BBC offers a large collection of resources for learning German. Learners can find online courses, speaking resources, and quick fixes.
  5. German language courses from the Deutsch Welle – Deutsche Welle: Learning German, Deutsch lernen! Interactive German language programs for all German learners from Deutsche Welle.
  6. Webgerman – Resources for free, interactive, online learning of foreign languages. The site also has excellent resources for foreign language teachers who want to use the Internet in their curriculum. This page is recommended for use in a foreign language lab as well as for individual learning from any location.
  7. German.about.com – Free German lessons and language resources for students, teachers, and lovers of German – including quizzes, sound files, teaching ideas, online dictionaries, and cultural info. You can practice your German in the chatroom and forums where you’ll meet other German language learners. Read more
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Learn to speak German

Daniel Bosse, 06 August 2014, No comments
Categories: 02 - Course
Tags: German conversation, Learn to speak German

Regular German CourseThis course focuses on developing a solid core of basic German speaking, listening, wirting, reading and grammar skills for beginning learners of German. It offers integrated skills with an emphasis on improving German proficiency and understanding of German culture. It includes continued practice in liste ning, speaking, pronunciation, vocabulary building, grammar, reading, writing and learning strategies.

I offer: Intensive language tuition with a qualified and competent teacher. A lot of practice-proven self-study exercises. Virtual campus

Levels: A1 – B1

Days: various days

Times: according to requirements

Duration: according to requirements min. 24 hours

Prices: 30,- USD per hour

Course material: according to requirements, own material,

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Description of a flat – Zimmerbeschreibung

Daniel Bosse, 24 October 2009, No comments
Categories: 07 - Material
Tags: Zimmerbeschreibung

Seit zwei Jahren wohne ich in einer Zweizimmerwohnung. Ich bezahle viel Miete, aber die Wohnung ist modern und komfortabel.

Sie ist am Stadtrand von Buenos Aires, in Avellaneda und hat ein Schlafzimmer, ein Badezimmer, eine Küche und ein Wohnzimmer. Sie hat auch einen Balkon auf der Straßenseite. Sie ist sehr hell. Alle Wände sind weiß.

Das Schlafzimmer hat ein Bett. Links vor dem Bett gibt es einen kleinen Tisch aus Metall und rechts einen Kleiderschrank. Auf dem Tisch ist nur ein Radiowecker. Der Fußboden hat einen blauen Teppich.

Die Küche ist schön und hat einen Herd und einen kleinen Kühlschrank.

Das Badezimmer hat ein Waschbecken, eine Badewanne, ein Wasserklosett und zwei Handtuchhalter.

Das Wohnzimmer ist groß. Dort höre ich Musik, lese und sehe fern. Dort mache ich die Hausaufgaben.

Es gibt einen großen Tisch mit sechs Stühlen. Auf dem Tisch ist das Notebook. Neben dem Tisch steht ein weißes Sofa. Gegenüber dem Sofa gibt es den Fernseher, eine Stereoanlage und ein kleines Bücherregal.

Vor dem Fenster habe ich eine Zimmerpflanze und an der Wand sind drei Bilder.

So ist meine Wohnung

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German numbers from 1 to 100

Daniel Bosse, 24 October 2009, No comments
Categories: 07 - Material
Tags: german numbers
1 eins
2 zwei
3 drei
4 vier
5 fünf
6 sechs
7 sieben
8 acht
9 neun
10 zehn

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German phonics – the alphabet

Daniel Bosse, 24 October 2009, No comments
Categories: 07 - Material
Tags: German phonics - the alphabet
Buchstaben Laute Beispiele Aussprache
A a [??]; [a] Name, Namibia, Staat, Zahn, Zahl, Stadt
Ä ä [??] Käse, zählen, Zähne, Städte
Äu äu [y] Häuser, Mäuse, Räume, Bäume
ai [ai] Mai, Mais, Mailand
Au au [au] Aula, Pause, Haus, Maus, Raum, Baum
B b [b]; [p] Banane, Baum, haben, Hobby; Verb, derb
C c [ç]; [x]; [k]; [ks] ich, rechts; Buch, suchen Chor, Clor, sechs
Ch [sh], [ç] Chef, Chemie, Chauffeur, Chantal
Ch [k] Chaos, Chor, Choreografie, Charakter, sechs
-ch [sh], [ç] ich, echt, Hecht, schlecht, Milch, Mädchen, euch, China
-ch [x] Buch, nach, auch, Rauch, doch, Loch, hoch
D d [d]; [t] Diagramm, Dialog, Dame, und, Stadt
E e [e?] lesen, sprechen, Tee, sehen, danke, bitte
-er [a] Vater, Mutter, Partner, Bruder
ei [ai] Ei, ein, Eis, Eisen
eu [oi] Euro, Europa, heute, Leute
F f [f] Frankfurt, Feuer, Fest, Kaffee
G g [g]; [k] gern, gut, genau, Tag, mag
H h [h] heute, Haus, Hans, wohnen, wählen, ohne, Ahnung
I i [i?] Kind, Kino, viel, sieht, trinken, finden, Linde
-ig [ç] wenig, fertig, witzig
J j [j] Jahr, ja, Jan, Januar
j [dsh] Job, Joker, Jam, Jazz, Jet, Jeep
j [zh] Journal, Jury, Jalousie, Jargon, Jongleur
K k [k] Klaus, Kurs, Klasse, Kino
L l [l] Laus, Leute, leben, wollen, sollen
M m [m] Mund, kommen, Monat, Mantel
N n [n] nein, neun, Name, wann, kann
-ng [?]

Übung, singen, danke, Zeitung

O o [o?] kommen, wohnen, oben, Rom
ö [œ] können, hören, Sören, Möhren
P p [p]; [f] Pause, Gruppe, Pferd, Alphabet, Phantasie
Q q [kv] Quiz, quer, Quittung, bequem
R r [r] rot, Rahmen, Herr, Rad, Rat
S s [s]; [z] Haus, raus, Kurs, Seite, Salbe
sch [sh] Schutz, Schaden, Schule, Schüler
sp [shp] Spaß, spielen, sprechen, Sport
st [sht] Stolz, Strand, Student, Stunde
ß [s] Straße, heißen, beißen, stoßen
T t [t]; [ts] Text, Theater, bitte, Information, Position
U u [u?] Uhr, zur, Juni, Juli; August, Brust, Lust
Ü ü [y?]; [y] fünf, früher, fühlen, Zürich, München
V v [v]; Vokal, Verb, Vegetarier, Ventil, Video, Vulkan
  [f] Volk, viel, vier, von, Vogel
W w [v] Wort, wählen, werben, wandern
X x [ks] Taxi, toxisch, Praxis, Latex
Y y [y?]; [y] Rhytmus, Typ, anonym, Physik
Z z [ts] zehn, Zähne, Zahl, Zeus, Zauber
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Very nice German page from Alex Gahr

Daniel Bosse, 08 October 2009, No comments
Categories: A - Blogs from German Teachers

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German exams preparation

Daniel Bosse, 07 October 2009, No comments
Categories: 02 - Course
Tags: German exams preparation

 

Description: Regular German CourseOnline Test Preparation course for Start Deutsch 1,
Start Deutsch 2,
Zertifikat Deutsch,
Zertifikat B2,
Zertifikat C1 or
Kleines Deutsches Sprachdiplom (KDS) test takers. These lessons are for people who wish to build the German Skills for test. Also, during the course, students will be trained to necessary test taking skills.The tests, which generally consist of 4 sections, measure listening comprehension, structure and written expression, as well as reading comprehension and vocabulary using a dialog format. The overall number of points you achieve in these four areas will show the level of your German language skills. To achieve a good result you will probably need to take at least a four-week intensive course. I will help you prepare quickly and efficiently and will even arrange for your official test date at the Goethe Institut in your country.
I offer: Intensive language tuition with a qualified and competent teacher.

A lot of practice-proven self-study exercises.

Levels: Start Deutsch 1

Start Deutsch 2

Zertifikat Deutsch

Zertifikat B2

Zertifikat C1

TestDaF

Kleines Deutsches Sprachdiplom (KDS)

Days: various days
Times: according to requirements
Duration: according to requirements

min. 20 hours

Prices: 45,- USD per hour

10 lessons 400,- USD

Course material: according to requirements, own material

Here you can find the examen preparation books.

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Job interview in German

Daniel Bosse, 04 October 2009, No comments
Categories: 02 - Course
Tags: Job interview in German
Description: German for professionals This course aims to provide students with the skills and knowledge to successfully participate in a job interview in German.
Students will consolidate and extend their knowledge of the German language used in job interviews. The course is primarily concerned with communication and negotiating skills in job interviews.Students will be trained in formulation, grammar theory and practice, letter composition and listening comprehension.The courses cover terminology, practice in specialist vocabulary and a review of basic grammatical structures. Read more
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Speaken Sie Deutsch?

Daniel Bosse, 04 October 2009, No comments
Categories: B - Blogs from German Learners
Tags: german learners

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Deutschlerner (DaF) berichten

Daniel Bosse, 04 October 2009, No comments
Categories: B - Blogs from German Learners
Tags: german students
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Daniel Bosse (M.A.)
Av. Córdoba al 4600
Buenos Aires

Tel.: 001 646 652-6548
Email: info@germanonlinetuto.com