Welcome to my (online) Language School!


Who I am?

Hello guys 🙂

I am Frank from Germany, 32 years old and very excited to share my affection to language with you!

What do I offer for you?

At first I am offering you the possibility of online conversation clases. So you can talk to me about any themes and subjects you want in German, English and Spanish.

Clases will be fully prepared by me, dependent of the things you would like to talk about. You can lean back and just talk ;). The best setup would be Skype but you can suggest also other means.

Other offers (like private tutoring, translations and other great stuff) will be coming soon…

So stay tuned and be excited!

What are the prices?

Conversation clases will cost 7,50$US for the first two hours to get to know each other. I you having fun and want to continue the rate will be 10$US per hour.

The payment will be etablished via PayPal.

How can you contact me?

As easy as ABC. Just hit the “Contact”-Button, write me and I will contact you back as soon as possible with all the information you need.


Looking forward to hear from you soon!


König Fußball! – Ready for World Cup 2018


So, finally, the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia will start today! Just a few hours to go. Being a football (or soccer) enthusiast I am very excited. Still having a lot of fond memories of the last World Cup. Especially for me as a German 😉

In Germany, there is a huge football culture. The German Football Association (Deutscher Fußball-Bund; DFB) is one of the biggest (individual) sport federations in the world with over 7 million members and almost 25,000 associated clubs. So there is a lot of football and there are also a lot of supporters in club competitions. But when there is an European Championship or even more a World Cup you can see a huge increase of people interested in football. Almost everyone have something to show his or her affection to the German national team. Like shirts, flags, scarves and even makeup.

Since 2006 (the World Cup in Germany) there are a lot of huge screens in public places like squares, parks and even stadiums. In German it is called Public Viewing, curiously enough. The biggest area for “Public Viewing” is the place in front of the Brandenburger Tor.

One curiosity in Germanys history in football are the official World Cup Songs of 1974, 1978, 1982, 1986, 1990, and finally 1994. They were made with the participation of the players of the German national team! So you can hear them actually singing!! The first one from 1974 (the first World Cup hold in Germany) is called “Fußball ist unser Leben” (football is our life) and till today you can hear it.

♪♫ Fußball ist unser Leben, denn König Fußball regiert die Welt.

Wir kämpfen und geben alles, bis dann ein Tor nach dem anderen fällt.[…] ♫♪

The other ones are quite interesting too ;). So there is a huge football tradition in Germany, especially for World Cups like in Russia 2018. If you want to know more about football in Germany and talk about it you can join my conversation clases.

Well, there is only one way to end this post. Enjoy the World Cup! Till next time 🙂

Du bist dran! – Playing board games (and cards) is a real german tradition

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Hello guys! 🙂

Long time no see, sorry for that. Today I want to share yet another fascination with you. Board games! I really do like games of any kind. Board games, cards, life action games, party games and others. Could be a fun one, strategic or purely luck. Competitive or collaborative. There are so many of it you probably won’t know all of them.

In Germany there are a lot of board games too. And every year there are new ones on the market. International ones and much more german ones. So we have annual board game fairs like the “Internationale Spieltage SPIEL” in Essen, the board games division of the “Nürnberger Spielwarenmesse” (Nuremberg International Toy Fair) in Nuremberg and the the board games division of the “modell-hobby-spiel” in my home town of Leipzig.

And we are giving awards too. The most common are the “Spiel des Jahres” (Game of the Year) and the “Deutscher Spielepreis” (German Game Award).

One particular game and Game of the Year 1983 is “Scotland Yard”, made by a group of german creators. One plays as the criminal Mr. X against 3 other players, the detectives, who have to cooperate to catch Mr. X.

This game was (and is) quite popular and sold one million copies in the first two years. They also made an audio drama for children based on the game from 1986-89 with a total of 29 episodes.


If you want to hear an example:

In Germany you are almost nurtured with board games since very young. And there is at least one board game in (almost) every household. So meeting a German he will know board games and it is a very popuar activity amongst germans, either with the family or friends.

Playing board games will let you get a taste of german culture and you can talk about it in my conversation clases (click).

Or if you’re living in Lima (Perú) you can meet me there and play in one of the board game cafés.


Wir backen einen Kuchen – Learn german while baking a tasty “Marmorkuchen”


Hello again guys!

Today I want to share a passion of mine with you. Baking! In Germany we also like to bake. And man, do I like to bake! Especially for christmas (but that’s still some time for that). Doing cookies, cakes and other sweet delicious stuff gives me a lot of pleasure. Like learning and teaching languages. So why not combine these two things and make them even better!

I want to create and establish an german speaking bakering course via Skype. We will be preparing together the cake and while waiting for the baking time to finish we will have a nice conversation.

I personally prefer a group of maximum 3 people. With the confirmation I will send you a list of the needed ingredients and together we will schedule the date for our bakery (preferably at the weekend). The cost will be 5 $US.

If you want to participate you can leave a coment on this post or contact mi via the contact button.


See you all soon! 🙂