German is a key and most widely-spoken language in the European Union and is spoken by more than 120 million people in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, parts of Belgium, northern Italy and eastern France. The German language is also one of the 10 most spoken languages in the world, that is why it was given a place in the Guinness Book of Records in 2006. Medcity International Academy offers the best training in German language through certified and experienced faculties. The best German language coaching classes in Kottayam, Kannur and Mangalore is offered by us.
The German language consists of about 5.3 million words and one third of that have come in the last 100 years. That's about eight times as many words as there are in English. But in everyday life, fewer words are actually used. Language learning is made easy at Medcity International Academy- the best German coaching classes in Kottayam, Kannur and Mangalore.
The German language is renowned for its extremely long words. The Guinness Book of Records shows Rechtsschutzversicherungsgesellschaften translated as "insurance companies providing legal protection" as being the longest word in everyday use. German language is closely related to other languages in the Indo-European group, such as English, Dutch and Swedish.
Either you may have heard or you have been told, that the German language is really hard to learn, or you maybe got this feeling, when you heard this language from the Medias. But you must understand, that German language is one of the beautiful languages in the world, which has much influence, scope and relevance in the World! As a Malayali or an Indian, it’s easy to learn German language. This is because the German language is a part of Germanic languages, a group of Indo-European languages, which share plenty of similarities with other Germanic languages like English or Dutch etc.
As a keralite, I am proud to say, that I am gifted to be born in such a unique country, which has currently 22 official languages and more than a thousand dialects! That’s why I am sure that, each Malayali knows more than three languages, which he/she has learned himself/herself.
There are also some similarities between German and English. If you know English well, it definitely helps you to learn German language easily. Many German words have equivalent English pronunciation or it look as it is. That is why we can say, that both languages share the same “grandparent.” For example:
Name = name, Mutter = mother, schwimmen = swim, singen = to sing, kommen = to come, blau = blue, alt = old, Haus = house, Buch = book, Finger = finger, Hand = hand, Bus = Bus, Dialog = Dialogue, Evolution = Evolution, Million = Million, Hobby = Hooby, Generation = Generation, Tiger = Tiger
And there are some Malayalam and Sanskrit words, which have the similar pronunciation and meaning in German.
The German language has 26 letters, just like English. But there are a few letters with pronunciation that doesn’t exist in English: ä,ö,ü and β.
First of all, we must have an idea about Germany. Germany has been a parliamentary federal republic since 1949. The Federal president is the head of the state and the government is led by the Federal Chancellor. Berlin is the capital of Germany, with a population of 3.4 million. Germany has the largest population of any European country, around 82 million.
Germany is a country for all Professions and higher education. Because Germany is Europe’s most industrialized and populous country and also famed for its technological achievements and along with most celebrated composers, philosophers and poets. Germany is the second-largest exporter in the world. The German economy ranks number one in Europe and number four worldwide (behind the US, China, Japan). Its economy is comparable to that of all the world’s Spanish-speaking countries joined. Germany is home to numerous international corporations. German shares borders with nine other countries – Denmark, Poland, Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Netherlands. Germany is one the world’s largest car producers and the top-selling car brands in Germany are Volkswagen, Mercedes, Audi and BMW.
Germany is the gateway to a world-class higher education. Because many of the Western world’s most important works of philosophy, literature, music, art history, theology, psychology, chemistry, physics, engineering and medicine are written in German and continue to be produced in German.
Your one and only choice will be ´Medcity International Academy, Kannur´. You can learn all the levels of German language with the help of experts who guide you to attain flying colours. The medium will be in German, English and Malayalam We provide classes from 9 am to 7.30 pm and the admission is at any time possible at any time.
The dreams of higher education come true as Germany is the most suitable country to be opted. The important works in philosophy literature, art, music, history, theology, psychology, chemistry, physics, engineering, medicine, etc… of the western world are scripted in none other than German. Information in all branches of knowledge are still being created in German language.
ITES (Information Technology Enabled Service) and Outsourcing have brought a lot of job openings paving the way for the learning foreign languages.
German is the native language of in excess of 100 million people in Europe and is spoken as a foreign language by over 75 million people worldwide. Learning German has opened up employment prospects in Germany as well as in multinational companies.
Here’s one use case:
If a company has an office in Germany and the job candidate has the knowledge of German language as an add-on skill then the company is likely to offer placement to that candidate. This is because they don’t need to spend on training the candidate on German language.
Why Should You Learn German?
Millions of people across the globe are learning German. Here are some reasons:
Business Growth: If you’re a company with German business partners then learning their native language will enable you to establish an effective communication with them. This would certainly improve your business relations.
Tourism and Hospitality: Learning German can help tour guides and hospitality staff to care for the tourists from Germany or other German speaking countries.
Research: Germany is the third biggest contributor in global scientific research which makes German the second most widely used scientific language.
Communication: Growth in global media and information technology has led to an expanding need of multilingual writers and translators . A lot of books are distributed in German and hundreds of websites use German for writing content.
Culture: Learning German can convey you closer to culture, music, art and philosophy of people in German speaking countries.
Study/work abroad: Learning German can encourage you if you’re planning to study or work in a German speaking country.
Knowledge of German language has opened up opportunities for job in the field of education, mass media, entertainment, tourism, information technology and outsourcing.
One popular job is Translation. The translator work is to translate a source language into a target language. To do this, he/she should have a clear understanding of both languages. A number of big MNCs and government organizations need translators. If you are highly talented in translation then you can even work with the Indian National Scientific Documentation Centre (INSDOC), Delhi. German translators can also work with translation agencies and global organisations like UNO & FAO.
Here are the major career opportunities with learning German:
HP, LG, Oracle, Samsung, Hyundai, Thomson, GE etc are employing German language experts for outsourcing.
Other companies with strong German association, like Volkswagen, Mercedes, Siemens, Thyssen Krupp and Schaeffler are also offering jobs to Indian students who have the knowledge of German language.
The Common European Framework of Reference as issued by the European Commission is the reason for the advancement of European multilingualism. Binding levels of competency were created for the German language on the basis of this framework.
|A1||You learn how to make simple enquiries in speaking and writing, and to give instructions. You build on your basic grammar skills and increase your vocabulary.||80 Lessons / 4 Weeks||ÖSD Zertifikat A1|
|You learn how to express yourself adequately in familiar, everyday situations and to read and understand simple texts.||80 Lessons / 4 Weeks 80 Lessons / 4 Weeks||ÖSD Zertifikat A2|
|You consolidate and revise basic grammar structures, and learn to lead discussions on interesting topics.||80 Lessons / 4 Weeks 80 Lessons / 4 Weeks||ÖSD Zertifiakt B1, ÖSD Zertifikat B1 Deutsch / Jugendliche|
|B2||B2||You have a command of the essentials of German. You practise reading, writing and discussing difficult topics and work-related issues.||160 Lessons / 8 Weeks||ÖSD Zertifikat B2|
|C1||C1||You learn to express yourself clearly both in speaking and writing on a large number of topics and to understand almost all texts.||160 Lessons / 8 Weeks||ÖSD Zertifikat C1|
|C2||individual (& WEP)||individual; You can express yourself fluently in German. You work on literary, socio-political, cultural and scientific topics.||ÖSD Zertifikat C2 / Wirtschaftssprache Deutsch|
After a written assessment test and an oral evaluation interview you are placed in the appropriate level. The written assessment test takes approximately a hour and covers grammar, reading comprehension and writing skills. It is included in your booking materials or available online.
Please return the placement test by email after receiving your booking confirmation, otherwise it is possible that you might miss the primary day's classes of your German course.