Detroit: Michigan's city steeped in rich automotive heritage, with thick roots in the music industry. Over the decades, citizens have come in search of work while music lovers and automotive aficionados make the city a pit stop in their tour of America’s largest cities.
Expand your personal and career opportunities, and connect with communities around the world without leaving your neighborhood. Learn a foreign language with Language Trainers, and you can do both without leaving Detroit. Our native, qualified tutors build lesson plans based on your learning needs, goals, and designated timeframe. Contact us today, and take a free online language level test to take the first steps on your language-learning journey!
Bilingual men earn 3.6% more and bilingual women earn 6.6% more than their monolingual counterparts.
1 in 2 people worldwide speak 2 or more languages.
There are about 225 indigenous languages in Europe.
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Some of our Language Teachers in Detroit
Kirsten is a German teacher who specializes in teaching the language to children. She holds a Bachelor's in Elementary Education from Wayne State University. She has served as a reading and language tutor at several elementary schools.
Libby is a Spanish language trainer who was born and raised in the United States, and has over 17 years of experience teaching both Spanish and English. She currently holds a Master's in Cultural Anthropology from Colorado State University.
Detroit's twin city is: Chongqing, China
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Our clients from Detroit include:
Beaumanor Engineering Ltd
Schlumberger Oilfield UK
Client testimonialsSee some of the testimonials we have received from our clients.
”I am really happy with all I learnt and it was useful to refresh everything I knew in order to start again in Germany.”German course in Detroit
”I’ve been learning a lot in my German lessons. It’s definitely a hard language, but it’s going pretty well and we’re currently going through all the basics of grammar. Bryan has been great, and I definitely want to keep him as my teacher.”German course in Raleigh