You're leveling up in courses, going from A2 to C1 quickly...but stalling in real life. What gives?
This week's podcast covers a question from Maria, a talented language learner who has found herself stuck after moving to Germany. She says:
I am fluent in English, or at least my Cambridge Certificate says so, I've been studying to a certain level Spanish and Turkish, but I cannot achieve the desirable level in German language. I've moved to Germany a bit over two years ago after marrying my German husband and I quickly jumped from the A2 course to B1 to C1, got my Test DaF Certificate with maximum points and I even have some professional situations where I speak German but I am not fluent
What can Maria do to start feeling more comfortable with German?
Listen to the show to hear my discussion, including tips for
Thank you to Gabriela for this episode introduction.
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