Why they want to learn German

“Learning German enables you to communicate fluently in communities where the language is spoken.” Ezra Shema, 11, P.6
Ezra Shema
Ezra Shema

“Learning German enables you to communicate fluently in communities where the language is spoken.”

Ezra Shema,
11, P.6

“Some schools require a certain number of languages as criteria to join them. That goes for some work places too.”

Cynthia Isaro
, 10, P.5.

“I am doing well so far and know some words in German. I understand the months and numbers and it feels good knowing another language.”

Chiqita Ingabire,
11, P.5.

“It’s my first time to study German and I’m enjoying every bit of it.”

Prince Shema, 10, P.5.

“The most interesting part about learning German is the song corner. My dream is to work with a German NGO in the future.”

Iris Teta,
10, P.5.

“If I met a lost German national today and he/she couldn’t communicate in any other language, I could help that person by giving them directions in a language we both understand- that is German.”

Arsene Muvunyi
, 11, P.6

“The time I have spent learning German gives me the ability to tell some stories and also sing very well.”

Andra Gakwerere, 10, P.5.

“German words are simple and easier to read which makes it an interesting and enjoyable subject to learn.”

Stegel Kaia
, 9, P.5.

“I learned numbers first because when you are lost in any country the first thing that would save you is a call to someone for help.”

Sifa Gasaro, 11, P.6.

 

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