Sprachen… du… Deutschen?…
Living in Berlin and still can’t speak German?
You’re not alone. In 2017, Jens Spahn, the Federal Minister of Health, told the Osnabrücker Zeitung that it drives him “up the wall the way waiters in Berlin restaurants only speak English.”
Fitting learning another language into your schedule can be difficult, whether you’re working, studying, looking after your family. But learning another language doesn’t mean having to sign up for three-hour long classes at the Goethe Institute.
Chatterbug combines the effectiveness of a private tutor with the convenience of an online app. Founded in Berlin in 2017, Chatterbug provides adaptive courses that include self-study, which you can do either on your desktop or on a mobile app, meaning it’s easy to practice while on-the-go. While the self-study exercises, of which there are over 1,000, help you practice your vocabulary, reading, writing and listening, the aspect that sets Chatterbug apart from other language learning apps are the Live Lessons.
The main objective of learning a language is communication. The 45-minute Live Lessons can be scheduled when you like and take place in an online classroom, where you work through exercises with your tutor which help you practice your speaking and grammar.
Still not convinced? Try out our 14-day free trial and Probieren Sie es selbst aus!
Disclosure: This content was created in cooperation with our partner Chatterbug