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Toronto is the most linguistically diverse city in Canada and is considered one of the most multicultural cities in the world. There are more than 200 languages spoken in Toronto, and according to the 2016 Census, about 25% of Torontonians speak a language at home that is neither French or English. German is one of those languages. There are 29,425 German speakers living in Toronto, making up around 22% of Canada's total German-speaking population. Signing up for German lessons in Toronto is a gateway to learning an important European language and culture, as well as knowing more about the German-speaking people in your community.

Why Study German in Toronto

Learn German for Work: Canada and Germany share many common interests and values, and collaborate on important subjects like culture, science, economics, and politics. Taking German classes in Toronto may be an important tool for future employment in any one of these fields. There are many companies of German and Austrian origin who are always looking for bilingual candidates, such as SoundHound Inc. Or Leitner. And if you work in tourism you will be interested to know that in 2017, 93,000 of Toronto's 44 million tourists were from Germany, with tourism spending hitting around the $9 billion mark. For those actively job seeking, you can also contact the Canadian German Chamber of Industry and Commerce on University Avenue. Founded in 2005, this institution supports Canadian companies interested in learning more about the German market, putting together relevant market information and assisting with successful tradeshow participation. They usually invite entrepreneurs from Germany and Austria to go to Toronto and network with other businesspeople, so this is an excellent opportunity to impress them with your German skills!

Learn German for Culture: If you want to learn more about the German culture, you can access the So German! Website, which features many cultural events throughout Toronto all year round. One such place is the Goethe-Institut. Situated in the centre of Toronto, this is a meeting point for anyone interested in the German language as well as contemporary German art and culture. For those who want to immerse themselves further in German, there is plenty more on offer. The tradition of Oktoberfest is celebrated every September in Toronto's Ontario Place, giving you the chance to sample authentic German beers and food. Several German and Austrian artists such as Happy Wanderers always play traditional and modern music in the festival. Take advantage of this opportunity to go and practise your German listening skills! And what Christmas preparations would be complete without a visit to the Christkindl Market in the Kitchener City Hall?

Learn German for Social: Toronto also offers many opportunities of practising your German while meeting new friends. For example, you can join the German Meetup Toronto the largest German social network in the city. The organisers often co-host events such as Deutsche Pub Night with their partners the German Consulate, the Goethe Institute, the German Schools, Hallo Kanada and more. And if you want to taste delicious German and Austrian food in the city, you can visit some of the many traditional restaurants available in Toronto. The most popular one is Otto’s Bierhalle on Queen St W, where you can order Brotzeit, Funf or Spaten and impress your friends with your newly-acquired German pronunciation!

 

Where to Learn German in and around Toronto

Whatever your needs for learning, we have German courses in Toronto that are suitable for you. Our native German teachers will accommodate your every language need, whether you want face-to-face learning or prefer to study online. Contact us today and we can arrange for a teacher to go to your home or office, or you can meet at a public place if you prefer. Some great spaces to start your German classes could be the Toronto Public Library on Gerrard St, the Page One Coffee +Bar on Mutual St or Café Plenty on Dundas St.

If you live in the outskirts of Toronto, let us know. We have amazing tutors that can teach you German in nearby cities such as Brampton, Hamilton, Mississauga, Oakville, Milton, Ajax, Markham and Vaughan.

Let’s get started with German classes today! Let’s go, lass uns gehen! Take one of our free online German level tests and send us an enquiry so we can.

Sign up for our Allemand lessons in Toronto today! Schedule your lessons whenever you want them, so you can always find time to study, regardless of your timetable or location. You don’t even have to leave home to meet your teacher!

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Cours d'allemand de base à Toronto

Nos cours à Toronto aideront les étudiants à améliorer leur niveau de langue de manière rapide et efficace, quel que soit leur objectif. L'un des aspects les plus intéressants de nos cours est qu'ils sont entièrement conçus pour répondre aux besoins des étudiants. Le fait que nous offrons nos cours d'allemand en tête-à-tête signifie que vous pouvez apprendre les mots et les phrases dont vous avez besoin dans un environnement confortable et détendu.

Cours d'allemand des affaires en tête-à-tête à Toronto

Nos cours de allemand des affaires à Toronto se font en tête-à-tête et vous aideront à améliorer vos compétences en langue des affaires de manière considérable. Peu importe à quel niveau vous commencez, vous serez bientôt en mesure de faire confortablement des présentations d'affaires avant de passer à d'autres sujets. Les étudiants débutants peuvent s'attendre à terminer le cours avec des compétences basiques en allemand, leur permettant de passer un coup de téléphone ou écrire un courrier électronique.

Cours d'allemand à deux et en petit groupe
à Toronto (Groupe privé)

Nos cours de langues sont également disponibles pour les petits groupes de personnes qui souhaitent étudier ensemble (cours d'allemand à deux, cours d'allemand en petit groupe en entreprise). Tous les participants doivent avoir les mêmes besoins linguistiques, pouvoir étudier simultanément au même endroit, et avoir le même niveau. Tous les participants doivent réserver au même horaire. Les professeurs de langues suggèrent que vous ne choisissiez pas de cours avec plus de 8 élèves par classe. Cependant, un cours d'essai d'allemand en entreprise peut comporter jusqu'à 12 personnes.


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