Conversational German classes with private online tutors

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If you're anything like us, you get jealous when you hear someone speak German fluently in a conversation. It sounds so smooth and confident! But don't worry, learning conversational German doesn't have to be difficult or expensive. In fact, it can be both fun and affordable with LiveXP. We offer plenty of conversational German classes online with professional conversational German tutors from all over the globe! You can learn at your own pace and become a more confident speaker in no time!

  • Choose from 2,000+ tutors, switch anytime

  • Learn better with notes & vocabulary

  • Pick tutors who share your interests

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

When do I need a German conversation tutor?

The answer is kind of in the name. You need one when you want to practice your conversational skills. When you want to feel freer talking to people in German, native speakers or not. When you want to learn popular set phrases, slang, and know what to say in day-to-day situations.

German conversation classes online or offline?

One of the first things you have to decide is whether you want to learn offline or online. While offline learning may be good in some aspects, online lessons are greater because you don't have to go anywhere. It frees up some extra time for you. Plus, you get to learn in the comfort and familiar environment of your home. You can direct all your focus on the actual learning.

Do I need a native German-speaking tutor?

If you're a beginner, you're better off with a tutor who speaks your native language. This way, you can ask about anything that's not clear to you. Similarly, the tutor can explain things in detail so you understand things. But when you feel confident enough, it's a great idea to switch to a native speaker if you want to improve your spoken German. Non-native speakers can phrase sentences correctly, but they just don't always sound natural. Non-native speakers use more complex words and constructions where native speakers would throw in a phrasal verb and say things in a simpler way.

How to choose a great conversational German teacher?

There are several things you want to pay attention to when picking a tutor.
  1. Introduction video. It'll give you an idea of how this German conversation tutor is, how they speak, how they carry themself.
  2. Rating and reviews. Read what other students are saying and if they mention specifically that the tutor is great with conversational skills.
  3. Qualifications. In the tutor's profile, see if they mention any certifications they have.
  4. Have a trial lesson with a conversational German tutor. See if you like the way they speak. It might be a good idea to have your tutor as your spoken-German role model. What's also great about trial lessons, you'll be able to see if you click on a purely human level, which is extremely important for your progress.
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