Looking for German Classes in Ocala, FL?

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German language classes:

Mary Hamblen teaches several German classes for ‘Master the Possibilities’. She teaches a beginners class where you will learn basic German expressions along with the proper pronunciation. As well as an advanced course which emphasizes pronunciation, conversation, reading, and some grammar in German. 

View the course details here
Phone: (352) 861-9751
Address: 8415 SW 80th Street, Ocala, Florida

German schools: 

There are no German schools in the area that I’m aware of.

Other options:

Private German lessons: 

Sadly, I can’t find anyone teaching privately in the Ocala area.

German Clubs:

There is one German club in Ocala called the “German American Club of Marion County, Florida”. They meet regularly but isn’t so much a language meet-up as it is for cultural meals and dancing.

Check out their event calendar.
Contact Mary Wisecup for details: (352) 789-6499
Monthly meeting address:Marion  Oaks Public Library, 294 Marion Oaks Ln, Ocala, FL 34473

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