The main aim of our language courses is to rapidly improve students' communication skills so that they can quickly speak and experience the language.

We therefore use the communicative teaching method: From the beginning you will actively practice the language; you listen to the teacher and other students, you speak from day one, build your own sentences, make mistakes and learn through your mistakes. Are you afraid of making mistakes? - No worries, we take care. We bring real situations into the classroom to help you have fun learning and enjoying the process. In our lessons we integrate oral and written expression as well as listening and reading comprehension. Grammar and vocabulary are learned continuously in a communicative context. In short, you will have an immediate language experience and learn how to use the language in an informal, natural way. Our team of teachers is very experienced and will take you with their lively nature and passion.

Our teaching method is highly interactive and dynamic: - It is practical, systematic and fun, and: ... it works!

Language levels

Before we start our language course together, we will first have a personal conversation with you in which we get to know each other and at the same time evaluate your language skills. This step is important in order to tailor our course ideally to your needs and knowledge. This initial interview is free of charge.

The course system is based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) issued by the Council of Europe and the general levels of a language defined by it.

Where do you stand? Take a quick look at the reference framework below:

Level Beschreibung
A1 (Beginner) You have little or no knowledge of the language
A2 (Elementary) The basic structure of grammar and vocabulary is present. You can lead simple conversations in which you apply the present, past and future. However, you still make mistakes and can only understand the interlocutor if he or she speaks slowly
B1 (Intermediate) You feel equally confident when speaking the language as when writing it and have a relatively comprehensive vocabulary, but need practice and in-depth knowledge of grammar.
B2 (High Intermediate) You can communicate easily and confidently in most situations, but need to deepen your knowledge of grammatical structures and more precise vocabulary, as well as specific idioms. 
C1 (Advanced) und
C2 (Proficiency / Mastery)
You should have an excellent command of the language and be able to communicate as naturally as a native speaker. You want to perfect your language skills and ensure an adequate cultural approach by thoroughly learning the subtleties of the language.