Have you wanted to learn German for a while and are finally ready to get serious?
Or perhaps you’ve started learning German with Duolingo, Rosetta stone, etc., but find they’re not teaching you the ‘bigger picture’ of how German actually works.
Sometimes even finding a good German class locally can be challenging, though.
So, I created two resources to help guide you:
How does a city the size of Oklahoma City NOT have a German class!?
I have searched and searched and cannot find a single place for adult learners to go who want to learn German. Neither the ELS language centers nor ‘The Language Company’ offer German. 😞
OU offers one of the bigger German programs in the area. Many students will double major, German with business, chemistry, anthropology, or music.
Student’s study the German language, literature, and culture with a special focus on preparing for a variety of careers with ties to Germany.
OSU offers a minor and major in German. Their classes range from intro level and advanced grammar to literature as well as opportunities to intern abroad.
Obtain a B.A. in German through UCO. Courses include Elementary and Intermediate German and German Culture & Civilization.
Sadly, I’m not aware of anyone teaching privately in the Oklahoma City area. 😞
I’m unaware of any German clubs in the Oklahoma City metro area. The closest active club is over in Tulsa.
They host an annual Christmas Christmas market, Germanfest, and Oktoberfest as well as other regular events. Expect good German food and dancing!
German food with a bit of an American flare (or is it the other way around?). Either way enjoy their Kraut Burgers, Chicken Schnitzel, and more to satisfy that German food crave.
It even looks German inside AND out. From architecture and decor to the beer and food. This place screams of Germany. And specifically Bavaria (I wonder how they got their name? 😉). Check out their menu, Yup, looks German!
Ingrid’s offers German Bratwurst and specialty plates featuring schnitzel as well as plenty of American offerings to keep everyone in the family happy. Check out their menu here.
German brewery and bar. They have mainly German inspired bar food and home-sprung German beer with a very cool brewery setup.
I’ve taught for years at a university, at a language school, and privately. I took all of my teaching experience and combined it into a 3-Step German learning process. Best of all, the 1st step is completely free.