Among the languages ​​that we define as impressive and which seem difficult to learn, German definitely carves out a place in the choices at the top of the list. For its history, the tone and the complexity of the German language, it is also and above all one of the most interesting languages ​​to study, if only to learn more about the people and the culture that speaks this language. If you are curious about this language and those who speak it, here are some interesting facts that might make you want to explore the subject even more and who knows? Maybe even take courses to learn German.

  1. The most popular language in Europe

Of the 24 official languages ​​of the European Union, German ranks first. In total, there are 90 million German speakers in Germany, of course, then in Austria, Belgium and Switzerland. If this language may seem difficult, know that it is much simpler than it looks. It is a precise and phonetic language that is more than interesting to explore.

  1. German, synonymous with wealth

Germany is considered the richest country in Europe, it is even the fourth largest economy in the world since 2007, preceded by the United States, China and Japan. From a professional and business point of view, speaking German is definitely a string to add to your bow if you have an interest in economics or if you want to pursue a career in this field.

  1. A cultural language

When we talk about German culture, we are necessarily talking about a very rich culture. Whether intellectually, humanistically or artistically. In literature, music, cinema or philosophy, Germany is one of the most cultural countries in the world. There are only to mention a few examples like Bach and Beethoveen among the musicians, Friedrich von Schiller, Karl Max, Nietzsche and Kant among the writers and philosophers and German films known as The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, The Angel Blue and M le Maudit. Learning German is therefore a way of opening a door to this enriching universe in order to then study this culture in its original language.

  1. A historic scope

Whether for good or bad reasons, Germany definitely plays a vital role in the history of the whole world, since its importance cannot be ignored when talking about the First and Second World Wars. world. For history buffs, knowing German makes it possible to view documentary films, consult archives and read books that may rarely, but sometimes, not be accessible in French or English .

  1. For frequent travelers

As mentioned before, German is the most widely spoken language in Europe. So, for anyone who wants to travel, learning to understand, speak and even write German is useful and one could go so far as to say required. Especially since Europe is one of the most popular travel destinations.

If these few interesting facts arouse your curiosity and you want to learn and study a popular, rich, cultural, historical and touristic language, do not hesitate to consult the program of the Charlemagne Linguistic Academy, which offers affordable courses adapted to your personal or professional needs and objectives: