Germany has a rich culture. It has been the land of many intellectual people and greatest events. They influenced and shaped not just the culture of Europe but also the culture of the entire globe.
Germany with over 81 million population it is considered the second most populated nation in Europe just behind Russia. 91% of the residents are German while Turkish are the largest minority group with 2.4%. 70% address themselves as Christians, 3.7% are declared as Muslims, while the rest do not belong to a religion or have a religion other than Christian or Muslim.
In this article, some of the facts in relation to the culture of German or with respect to its language, which has its roots at the beginning of the first millennium, though through time it has both gained and lost different traits from the historical events that have shaped not only Germany but also the entire old continent of Europe.
Germans are known as hard workers. They admire the precision and do not like excuses or making jokes out of them. The attitude of the German people is cold and might seem unfriendly at first but once you interact with them, you will surely love them. German people love food; they produce more than 300 varieties of baked bread. As part of the German language course, one will come to know that Oktoberfest is one of the greatest events held in Germany and another event name Berlin Film Festival brings together film and art celebrities from all over the world.
The homeland of popular intellectual people who left their mark in history is people namely Einstein and Mozart and Germany is called Das land der Dichter und Denker (the country of poets and thinkers).
Mistakes to avoid in the German language:
Language teachers will always provide you a simple tip that is on how to learn a language fast and it is through mistakes. Making mistakes would not pinpoint you to struggles but it would help you to overcome your mistakes.
When people start learning, a second language apart from their mother tongue they find some issues that are common for a language in specific. Some of these mistakes depend on pronunciation or relating a word literally with your native. For example, when you say “bekommen” it may associate you with the word “to become” but the actual meaning is of “getting something”.
Another common mistake people who pursue a German language course are prepositions. For instance, when you say “nach Hause” it means “to the house” while “zu Hause” means to refer house as a location.
German competence worldwide makes it the most accepted language. It is among the three working languages of the European Commission along with French and English. Learning one of the foreign languages alongside English adds significant value to career prospects. Learning a foreign language would not only help you to fulfill the innate passion to know about the culture and people but it would help you to earn a handsome salary as well.
Whether you are taking German lessons for fun or for academic purposes, there are a number of benefits involved after learning Germany. Professionally, you can make use of your German language skills in two distinctive ways that are to earn supplemental income and to build a full-time career in the corporate world.

Author's Bio: 

Laxmon teaches German Language Course in Austria. He is a language acquisition specialist and mentors students from United States, France and Poland. He speaks German fluently and effectively.