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Socoder -> Off Topic -> Ich Lerner Deutsch

Posted : Friday, 29 June 2018, 02:39
jm2bits

Ich Lerner Deutsch


Because Brexit.

Also Germany has better labor laws, proper (free) dentistry, free childcare, free university, a stronger economy and is in the EU.

On the downside.. the language is pretty tough!
Posted : Friday, 29 June 2018, 02:45
Jayenkai
My Cousin works for EasyJet, and a few years ago, he and his family had the offer to move to Germany for his job.
They all seem to have settled in moderately well, but .. yeah, the language barrier's been the hardest thing for them.
Luckily the three kids are still school age, so are being taught "properly", whereas him and his wife are having to pick it up as they go.
I'd recommend maybe finding an adult school and having a few lessons.

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Posted : Friday, 29 June 2018, 02:50
jm2bits
Yeah, I have lessons booked with a Course in Manchester. Also I am using ITalki - which is really cool. Pay $10 per hour for 1 on 1 Skype tutoring.

I lived in Berlin previously, and can appreciate (even in Berlin) how difficult it is without speaking the language.

Got 9 months before the iron curtain comes down!