Level 1, 2 & 3 German with Business Correspondence Training: To help you learn German effectively, we have created a package containing four modules, into one manageable programme. German is part of the West Germanic languages, along with English and Dutch. German was standardised primarily by its literature, as writers wanted to reach as many readers as possible. As Germany’s amalgamation started during the 19th century, standards were adopted. The Deutsches Worterbuch, was begun by the Brothers Grimm in 1838 and today, stands as the largest German dictionary. German has its own very unique words, which can’t be translated in other languages, and is famous for its extensive use of long words. With Germany being a centre of finance and industry within Europe, it attracts businesses from around the world. As a result, mastering Business German can be extremely beneficial in the development of your career and is a skill that will prove valuable in other aspects of your life.
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