My First German Course in Germany

Learning the language of a foreign country can be an intimidating experience, but it is also one that is very rewarding. I recently decided to take my first German course in Germany, and it was an incredible journey. From learning about the culture and people to picking up new words and perfecting grammar, I experienced a wide array of knowledge during my time in Germany. This blog post will discuss my experiences with learning German in Germany, from the classes to the field trips. If you’re interested in taking a German course abroad, this article is for you!

Why I Decided to Learn German

I moved to Germany in August 2018 with the goal of eventually becoming a German citizen. I had been studying German on my own for about six months before moving, and I figured it would be a good idea to continue my studies while actually living in the country. My original plan was to attend a local language school, but it quickly became apparent that most classes were geared towards complete beginners (which I definitely was not).

I did some research and found an online course that seemed like a good fit for my level. The course was completely in German, which was a bit daunting at first but ended up being great for my listening comprehension and vocabulary development. It also forced me to sink or swim when it came to understanding grammar explanations – something that can be tricky when learning a new language.

Overall, I’m really glad I decided to take an online German course instead of attending a traditional language school. It’s been a great way for me to learn at my own pace and really improve my skills.

What the Course Was Like

The course was great! I learned a lot and it was very well organized. The teacher was very knowledgeable and experienced, and the other students were also very helpful. We had a lot of fun, and I really enjoyed the experience.

What I Learned

I learned a lot during my first German course in Germany. I learned about the culture, the language, and the people. I also learned about the history of Germany and its people. I gained a better understanding of the German people and their culture.

How I’m Doing Now

I’m doing great! I am currently enrolled in a German course at the local language school and I love it. The class is small, so we get a lot of individual attention. My classmates are all really friendly and we have a lot of fun together.

Our teacher is excellent and she makes learning German enjoyable. She is always willing to answer our questions and she encourages us to speak as much German as possible in class. We also have a lot of opportunity to practice our listening and writing skills outside of class.

I’m really enjoying my German course and I’m excited to continue learning this beautiful language.


Taking my first German course in Germany was an invaluable experience for me. I learned about the language and culture, made friends with people from around the world, and gained confidence in myself. Whether you’re a beginner or already have some knowledge of German, studying abroad can be beneficial for everyone. You’ll come away with plenty of new experiences, a better understanding of the language, and hopefully a reason to visit again soon!