The German language is not easy. Whether you need to learn German for school, college or work, or simply want to become more confident and speak better German. German grammar is complicated, there are many idioms and numerous subtleties to keep in mind. But how can you learn all this? And how do you find an online German teacher?
For those who already speak some German, it is worth learning German with a native German teacher. But the search can be difficult. A good and convenient option is online lessons.
How do I find a native German private teacher?
Private lessons in German speaking countries are usually very expensive. In language schools, the prices for this are sometimes even over 75€ for one lesson. An alternative can be different platforms for tutoring and language lessons. However, in principle, anyone can register there. As a result, the quality suffers.
But what is the solution? The best thing to do is to take the time to look for private tutors on the Internet. You should search in German, because not all private teachers translate their website into other languages. Often there are also small language schools that offer language lessons at good prices.
Are private lessons with an online German teacher worth it?
One-to-one lessons are the most efficient form of instruction. The teacher can concentrate on you and help you learn in the best possible way. He can correct your mistakes and show you different ways to express in German what you are thinking in your head.
👉 You can read here how private lessons work and how much one hour costs. If you have any questions, you can always send us a message via email or the contact form.
How much does a online German teacher cost?
When looking at prices, you should always consider the length of a lesson. Many teachers and language schools have lessons that last only 45 minutes, others 50, 55 or 60. You should always keep this in mind when comparing prices.
Experienced private teachers with German as their native language can be found in the range of 25-39 Euros per hour. The price varies depending on the region and usually online lessons are a bit cheaper. Tip: Reputable private teachers usually offer you a short trial lesson before you book a lesson.
Is there a cheaper alternative?
Many private teachers also offer learning groups. This way you can learn German together with friends, colleagues or classmates in your own group. One hour in group lessons is cheaper than individual lessons. Our native German teachers also offer group lessons.