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Details about the private lessons:

  • 50 minute online lesson, the price is 35€ per lesson
  • Free assessment before your first lesson
  • Payment has to be made 48 hours in advance, I accept payment to German bank account, via Credit Card and Paypal (contact me for details)
  • 24 hour cancellation policy applies. Please understand that I have to charge for cancellation on short notice.
  • Cheaper prices available if 2 or more students share a lesson
  • Lessons can be held via Skype, Zoom, oovoo, viber, QQ or Google Hangouts

35€ for 50 minute Online Skype Lesson

Meet your teacher online via Skype for 50 minutes. Material will be provided before the class, if needed.


Questions? E-mail me at: germanmadeeasyinfo (at), or leave me a message on Facebook

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  1. Asad Zafar


    I’m interested in doing a B2 Course. I was wondering how many lessons that would take me, and how long the course would be.



    1. Author

      Thanks for your interest, Asad, I’ve send you an email with all the details :) Viele Grüße, Sabine.

  2. Ricardo Segovia

    Hello, I’m a beginner and I have zero experience or knowledge about German, I was wondering if you could provide me an estimate of how many classes I would need to get to B2 level, since I’m planning to move to Germany to study.

    1. Author

      Hi Ricardo, this question is not easy to answer, beacuse it depends highly on your experience in language learning, the similarity of your native language and german, and so many other factors! But there is a recommendation of hours you need to reach each level in German by the Goethe Institut, for B2 level it is about 600 hours (from zero, for adult learnes). Please note this is just a recommendation for the hours all in all, it doesn’t have to be 600 classes ;) (at least speaking from my experience with my students).
      I hope I could help you a little bit with your question!

      Viele Grüße,

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