1. German is the most widely spoken native language in Europe
German (Deutsch) is the most widely spoken mother tongue in Europe. Germany is not the only country where it is spoken. It is the official language of Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Belgium, and Luxembourg.
2. Career and Job opportunities all over the world
Career is one of the most important motivators for foreign language learning. It is Europe’s largest economy, fourth-largest by nominal GDP in the world, the world’s second-largest exporter, which makes it a very important language to study.
They are world leaders in engineering. Fluency in the German language in India has opened up job opportunities in the field of Medicine and healthcare, education, logistics, automobile, power and utility, mass media, entertainment, tourism, information technology, Financial services, outsourcing, etc.
Germany powerhouses like BMW, Volkswagen, Bosch, Daimler, Adidas, Allianz, Deutsche Bank, Siemens, SAP, BASF, and Lufthansa are all established around the world. Having German language skillson your CV can help your career in many of these International corporations.
3. 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.
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!