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Learn to speak German and Other Languages in Sydney

German is among the most widely spoken languages in the European Union and is the official language in Germany, Austria and Liechtenstein. It’s also one of the official languages of Switzerland and Luxembourg. German has many words with their origin in English and is a very descriptive language with many interesting sounds & pronunciations.

Join our fun and practical adult evening classes from beginners to more advanced to expand your horizons and enrich your life with a new language.

Evening language courses

Sydney Community College language courses run one evening a week for 8 weeks, from 6pm – 8.30pm. The venue is just a few minutes walk from Town Hall Station – at 91 York Street, Sydney.

Our courses are practical, lively and social. Each lesson includes reading, writing, speaking and listening. Run by committed and skilled teachers, our courses are textbook oriented and designed to respond to the needs of adult learners.

Which German level are you ready for?

Beginners | Intermediate | Advanced | Continuers

Of course you can: learn German

Learn to speak German and Other Languages in Sydney

German is among the most widely spoken languages in the European Union and is the official language in Germany, Austria and Liechtenstein. It’s also one of the official languages of Switzerland and Luxembourg. German has many words with their origin in English and is a very descriptive language with many interesting sounds & pronunciations.

Join our fun and practical adult evening classes from beginners to more advanced to expand your horizons and enrich your life with a new language.

Evening language courses

Sydney Community College language courses run one evening a week for 8 weeks, from 6pm – 8.30pm. The venue is just a few minutes walk from Town Hall Station – at 91 York Street, Sydney.

Our courses are practical, lively and social. Each lesson includes reading, writing, speaking and listening. Run by committed and skilled teachers, our courses are textbook oriented and designed to respond to the needs of adult learners.

Which German level are you ready for?

Beginners | Intermediate | Advanced | Continuers

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Learn German Level 2

Build on your basic German language foundation in Sydney with this beginners’s level 2 class. “Wer rastet, der rostet.” – another German saying, meaning “use it or lose it”. You learned the basics of the German language, now it is important to keep working on your language skills. Become more confident, practice and learn how you can make yourself understood in simple, daily situations. In this Beginners Level 2 course you will expand your vocabulary and explore how to express... [More]

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$375 Limited inc GST / $300 / $337.50
Learn German Level 2

<p>Build on your basic German language foundation in Sydney with this beginners’s level 2 class.</p><p>“Wer rastet, der rostet.” – another German saying, meaning “use it or lose it”.</p><p>You learned

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Learn German for Beginners

Learn the basics of the German language in Sydney with this beginner’s class. “Aller Anfang ist schwer.” – a German saying, meaning ‘the first step is always the hardest’. Thinking of learning the German language? Then, this saying is relevant to you! Start learning German with us and get the assistance and structure you need to enjoy the journey, learning German successfully and with ease. Once you start, you will notice that German is a very descriptive language with shared roots... [More]

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$375 Limited inc GST / $300 / $337.50
Learn German for Beginners

<p>Learn the basics of the German language in Sydney with this beginner’s class.</p><p>“Aller Anfang ist schwer.” – a German saying, meaning ‘the first step is always the hardest’. </p><p>Thinking of

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If there isn't a class to suit you, please join our waitlist and we will notify you when we have places available. Join Waitlist

If there isn't a class to suit you, please join our waitlist and we will notify you when we have places available. Join Waitlist

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