Hallo, wie geht es dir? – Hi, how are you?
Ich heiße Iga und ich kann dir beim Deutschlernen helfen! – My name is Iga, and I can help you learn German.
My teaching approach is built on lots of communication and immersion. I believe ☝one of the best ways to learn German is to learn it in a context, and to learn in real sentences. For me, it is most authentic to the way you produce the language in real life.
👉I meet my students online. I write my own German materials and role play scripts for you to download and learn the context language. I want my students to be involved as much as possible: by commenting, downloading my materials, learning real scenarios and using authentic situations available on my blog. The more you repeat words, sentences and patterns, the better you will get in a language.
🤙 I also interact with my students every day through Google Hangouts on Skype. I am not just a teacher, I am a friend! I love to help my students.
👉 Here is where you can book a lesson.
I have Bachelors degree in Applied Linguistics, and a Masters degree in DAF – Deutsch als Fremdsprache which means German as a Foreign Language. I have always been a language freak who constantly studies languages and is passionate about teaching. After teaching more than 5000 online lessons, I feel confident that my teaching experience will enable me to help you meet your goals. And most importantly, I really love my job, and I have a true passion for teaching.
I love it, because
I can bring my students to a different level of their language competence. I meet amazing people from around the world (because it is online). I know exactly what it is that can help you achieve your language goals. Together, we can get there, wherever you want to be with your German.
Whatever your goal is, I can help you to achieve it. I want you to start learning a word a day – in its real context.
👉 Follow me on Instagram @easiergerman
👉 Read my daily dose of German in my blog posts
👉 Meet me on Google Hangouts where we can interact in German and take the #LevelUp challenge