Before you get started, let’s all admit the one thing even native speakers know: German is a tough language to crack. Although rooted in the English language family, German is in a league of its own. The language has some nuances that must be learned with care for you to achieve fluency. That’s why having an experienced tutor who knows the language like the back of their hand, helps.
These nuances include: German speaking (verbal and written) - correct pronunciation, how to address people, how to initiate and sustain conversations in real life scenarios; German grammar (formal and informal)- rules of the language, correct sentence structure, exceptions, syntax, and everything that has to do with the structure of the language; German words and vocabulary - commonly used words, and other expressions that are necessary to understand, converse, read, and write fluently in German; German phrases (formal and colloquial)- learning, knowing, and implementing phrases, idioms, etc., and knowing when to use them, both in formal and informal contexts.