Advanced German Conversation – Stammtissch

Stammtisch, translated as “regular’s table!”- This German tradition started out with frequent sociable meetings between people of a common interest. In this class German language learners will add their own twist on this tradition: practicing German conversation. We will also use a variety of visuals, texts, videos, etc. to initiate conversations.

Ich möchte Sie zu einer deutschen Stammtischunterhaltung einladen. Eine natürliche, frei fließende Unterhaltung ist eine der fortschrittlichsten Aspekte des Gebrauchs einer Fremdsprache, da sich die Unterhaltung schnell entfaltet und sich ständig ändert.

Fall Semester: 6 weeks starting Saturday, September 14 (skipping Saturday, October 12)
Saturdays 10:30 am – Noon

Call us at 594-1084 or send us an email at [email protected] if you would like to join this class.


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Silvia Carrier

Born and raised in Germany, Silvia received her college degree in architecture in Dortmund, Germany and practiced architecture both in Germany and the United States before pursuing and receiving a teaching certification in German and Art. Silvia has taught various levels of German to students and adults. She travels to Germany and Italy regularly to visit family.