Study German with Nacel! We offer you the unique opportunity to study German in Germany. You may spend a few weeks in a German school in Berlin or Munich, studying German in the mornings and visiting the cities in the afternoons.

If you are a High School student, you may also book your German summer camp or even a long-term exchange program in Germany. While you are immersed in the language, you will get to know the culture and the traditions of Germany. 

Why learn German?

There are many reasons to learn German. And we at Nacel are here to make sure it happens in the best possible way.

German is one of the world's major languages. German is spoken by more than 120 million native speakers and more than 80 million non-native speakers. It is widely used in schools and universities in Europe. This language is spoken in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, as well as in Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, and Belgium.

It doesn't matter if you want to learn German because:

  • Do you want to discover Bavaria's famous castles?
  • Are you studying German history at school?
  • Do you want to study at a German university?
  • Do you want to visit the famous Christmas markets or the Oktoberfest?
  • Do you have a passion for German cars?
  • Do you love German sausage and beer?
  • Do you travel to Berlin or Vienna?
  • Do you do business with German companies?
  • Do you need to translate something from German into English?

The fact is that the German language is important in the world. Read about the Benefits of Learning to Speak German in Germany.

Coming to learn German in Germany with Nacel is the best way to improve your language.

Discover all the culture and gastronomy of Germany, visit places, and immerse yourself in the German language. Choose from Homestay Immersion, High school program, Summer Camps, or Language School.

Invest in your education, learn German with us, and travel cheaply and locally. Hundreds of students have already traveled with Nacel. You too are welcome in the Nacel family!

So, curious about learning a new language? Check out our content explaining the Reasons to take German language courses in Germany.

Would you like to learn how to speak German?

Learning German will offer you greater opportunities for your career.

German is a member of the western branch of the Germanic family of languages, which is part of the Indo-European language family. German is closely related to English and Dutch. There are several dialects of German around the world and any of them are hardly understandable to someone speaking Standard German.

Standard German is a written language. German grammar is quite complicated, as it uses:

  • 4cases (nominative, genitive, dative, and accusative),
  • 3genders (masculine, feminine, or neuter),
  • a particular syntax
  • compound nouns - the longest work in German is Rindfleischetikettierungsüberwachungsaufgabenübertragungsgesetz.

Eager to improve your German fluency? Looking for quick learning strategies? Check out these tips that will help you enhance your language skills with dedication:

  • Incorporate daily practice: Spend a few minutes each day on podcasts, series, or articles in the language you're learning, regardless of your preference.
  • Align with your reality: Learn words pertinent to your daily life and goals. Travel plans? Focus on journey-related phrases. Work objectives? Learn email and phone call phrases.
  • Note-taking habit: Whether on your cell phone, notebook, or computer, develop a routine of jotting down new words or sentences for better memorization.
  • Leverage available resources: Explore online classes, language apps, or study groups. Find what interests you the most and dive in.
  • Embrace formal classes: While immersive experiences matter, structured learning time is equally crucial.
  • Consistency is key: Choose your immersion method and stick to it consistently for language fluency.

Boost your language learning with these tips and imagine accelerating your knowledge by living abroad, studying, and immersing yourself in the local culture in Germany, a country full of treasures. Nacel is here to guide you on that journey! 

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Which tests prove proficiency in German?

Proficiency tests are widely used by companies and universities. They consist of reading comprehension, listening comprehension, written expression, vocabulary, and syntax. Here are some of the best-known German proficiency tests:

  • TESTDaF: the TESTDaF (Test Deutsch als Fremdsprache) is a language test aimed at foreign students of German who intend to study in Germany or who need a recognized certification of their language skills. The test can be taken at authorized examination centers in around 80 different countries. Learn German and get qualified!
  • Goethe-Zertifikat: one of the most famous German-language institutes in the world is the Goethe Institute. The exam covers skills such as reading, writing, speaking, and comprehension, at all levels (from A1 to C2). There is also a specific test for work called the Goethe test pro.

Are you convinced? Choose your program and discover all the study possibilities to learn German. Nacel has the right program for you.

Surviving in German: Basic vocabulary and phrases

We'll give you some tips on German vocabulary and phrases that can help you when you're traveling abroad.

German greetings are similar to English and you can start your introduction with "Hallo" (Hello), "Mein Name ist..." (My name is...) and end with "Auf Wiedersehen" (Goodbye), the last one is different. As well as the famous "Dankeschön" (Thank you).

There are simple phrases that can be very useful when you arrive in a country:
Ich verstehe das nicht. (I don't understand)
Können Sie mir helfen? (Can you help me?)
Können Sie das bitte wiederholen? (Could you repeat that, please?)
Können Sie bitte langsam sprechen? (Can you speak slowly, please?)
Ich bin ratlos. Können Sie mir helfen, mich zurechtzufinden? (I'm lost. Can you help me find my way?)

And others for everyday use:
Ich möchte gerne bestellen... (I would like to order...)
Wie viel kostet das? (How much does it cost?)
Wo befindet sich der Bus-/Bahn-/Flughafenbahnhof? (Where is the bus/train/airport station?)
Wo kann ich eine Fahrkarte kaufen? (Where can I buy a ticket?)
Können Sie mir ein gutes Restaurant empfehlen? (Can you recommend a good restaurant?)

These are just a few ideas that can help you travel to a German-speaking country. Like them? We can find out more in our Blog: Life in Germany: Useful Vocabulary to Travel in Germany.

Nacel is here to guide you and help you choose the best program. Count on us!

Learn German now with Nacel!

Study German with Nacel! We offer our students several opportunities to learn how to speak German.

Teenagers will enjoy staying with a German homestay immersion and getting some German language lessons or have German courses in the mornings and practice Sports activities in the afternoons during our Summer Camp in Germany. They may also do a High School exchange in Germany.

Learn German in Berlin or Munich! Adults looking for an intensive course will rather choose our one-to-one classes in Germany or visit one of our German Language Schools.

Discover our wide offer right now to learn German in Germany!

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