Languages are there to be spoken

Perhaps after reading the short introduction, you've become interested in learning another language...

Or is the language you're looking for not available? We can also offer courses in other languages that are not currently listed. Just ask us!

Learn German in Berlin

Learn German

We teach German in German because that is the language we want to impart to you. Whether it's German for your daily life, your university studies, your career, or an upcoming examination.

Learn English in Berlin

Learn English

The quality of an English course is dependent on the competency and skill of the teacher. That is why only native speaking EFL teachers with year long experience in teaching adults are employed by Prolog.

Learn French in Berlin

Learn French

The size of the class also plays a role. The smaller the class, the greater your chance of being successful, which is why our French courses are limited to a maximum of eight persons. Of course, we also offer mini groups and one-to-one lessons, which further enhance your chances for learning French successfully.

Learn Spanish in Berlin

Learn Spanish

We base our Spanish tuition on the four core competencies: speaking and listening comprehension, reading and writing. Conversation during the course, role-plays and group discussions all play their parts in improving language structures, broadening vocabulary and enhancing accuracy of expression.

Learn Arabic in Berlin

Learn Arabic

Individual Arabic dialects in different countries are sometimes quite different from each other and especially when they are geographically distant from one another (example: Morocco and Iraq), they are often mutually unintelligible or very difficult to understand, comparable with some disparate German dialects.

Learn Italian in Berlin

Learn Italian

At the end of your Italian course you will receive a certificate from Alpadia Berlin. This is widely recognised as proof of your Italian language skills.

Learn Russian in Berlin

Learn Russian

Discover the Russian language and its cultures - Alpadia Berlin, your qualified partner, offers you a comprehensive range of courses, which we will fine-tune to your individual needs while taking into account your preferences and previous knowledge.

Learn Japanese in Berlin

Learn Japanese

Both the origin and classification of Japanese are intensely disputed among researchers even to this day. The only thing that has been “proven“ is that Japanese and Ryūkyūan (the language spoken on the Ryūkyū Islands) are closely related and together form the Japonic language family.

Learn Chinese in Berlin

Learn Chinese

Mandarin is the official spoken language of the People's Republic of China and Taiwan and is spoken by about 900 million people on the mainland and in Taiwan. It is the most spoken language of the world.

Learn Greek in Berlin

Learn Greek

Modern Greek belongs to the Indo-European language family and is descended from Classical Greek. Philologists usually refer to Modern Greek as of 1453 (the fall of Constantinople). Within the Indo-European language spoken today, Greek is considered an isolate, which means that no other language is closely related to it.

Learn Portuguese in Berlin

Learn Portuguese

Portuguese is spoken by approximately 190 million native speakers. When second language speakers are included, the figure rises to over 200 million. Portuguese spread widely during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries as Portugal established its colonies, some of which didn't gain full independence until the 1970s and included Brazil, parts of the African continent and Macau.

Learn Turkish in Berlin

Learn Turkish

You can book our evening courses in blocks of 16 weeks. Our Turkish Intensive Courses are particularly effective and offer a unique opportunity to cover a wide spectrum of skills and materials in a short time. We offer Semi-Intensive courses three times a week over four weeks or a two-week Super-Intensive five days a week in the mornings.

Learn Polish in Berlin

Learn Polish

Polish (język polski, polszczyzna) belongs to the Lechish group of West Slavic languages, a subset of the Indo-European languages. Polish is closely related to Kashubian, Czech, Slovakian and Sorbian (which is still spoken by a minority group in Germany).

Learn Swedish in Berlin

Learn Swedish

The Swedish alphabet has 29 characters. The letter W surfaces in borrowed words and until 2006 was not recognised as a letter in its own right, but as a variation of the letter V. Following the letter Z are the characters Å, Ä, and Ö, which are all recognised as distinct letters unlike in German where they are seen as variations of A and O.

Learn Dutch in Berlin

Learn Dutch

It's an accepted wisdom that if you understand Low German dialects, you've got a good chance of understanding Dutch. It is for this reason that many people view Dutch as the easiest foreign language for German speakers to learn.

Learn Danish in Berlin

Learn Danish

Danish (in Danish dansk [sprog]) belongs to the Germanic languages in the Scandinavian group. It is the official language in Denmark and the second official language in Greenland (the first being Greenlandic) and on the Faroe Islands (the first being Faroese, mostly in the variety Gøtudanskt) and it is a common language on Iceland (as it was a former colonial language).


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