German is Not so difficult
German and English belong to the same language family tree, i.e., West Germanic language family. If you know English or Dutch any Scandinavian languages and planning to learn it, you’re at an advantage.
Deutsch was the fourth language I learned to speak fluently. I got to spend three months living in Berlin, Europe’s capital of cool. I met some amazing people, and made some lifelong friends. I loved every minute of my three month German mission.
I’ve worked hard to maintain German fluency in the years since I completed the mission. It’s a language I love, and I think you would too if you learned it.
Both share thousands of similar words and phrases, which are closely related known as “cognates.” Hello becomes Hallo, Water becomes Wasser and father turns into Vater, Friend is Freund and so on. Not so hard, after all, is it?
Many think it is a difficult one. Well, I believe all language is harder or easier to learn. If you have passion and interest and ready to give enough time and effort, you are definitely going to complete German proficiency test B2/C1 in 3 years. All that is needed is a little persistence and right approach!
Germany’s universities have an excellent international reputation and among the best in the world. You will earn an internationally renowned degree, giving you excellent prospects on the global job market. Since higher education in the country is funded by the states, hence, The vast majority of Germany’s academic institutions are free for students, even international students.