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Teach German with LIM

When you teach German with LIM Lessons you gain access to the world.


It's not just a job. It's about changing lives, including your own.
Whether you plan to pursue a career in education or have a passion for helping others, teaching German with LIM Lessons is an excellent way to grow professionally and personally, and to earn money for your next adventure.

LIM German lessons are personalized and focus on a variety of topics including: Business Communication, DSH/TestDaF, Interview Prep, Politics and the Economy, Arts, Sports, Music, Film, Literature, Social Outings, and Travel.

Join a professional team of educators guiding German language learners to success.


"I really like the fact that I can have my lessons at my workplace. I notice that I've improved my skills, I can understand things better, speak better. I really like LIM's approach to learning. I like the coursework and how my lessons are organized. Whenever I struggle with a particular topic, I'm able to continue learning and practicing during the next lesson or lessons, until it's 100% clear to me. I find the lesson to be fun and not boring; I get to read, write, speak and learn about a wide variety of subjects." - Felipe

"I have enjoyed working with a tutor who is patient and kind. I think it is a different way, but it is good. I like that it is easy to have a lesson from my house, and it is very nice to speak with a native speaker. It has been a really positive experience.” - Daniel

Work with experienced German tutors who love what they do - get started teaching today!


"I really like LIM as a company, I think they are a very good company to work for and they respect their teachers. They provide support with the materials and I can trust them. They are very friendly but still maintain a professional approach to teaching." - Harriet

"I like the flexibility and getting to meet new people by working with the students. I like that the classes can be fun and personalized to the student." - Haley

"I really liked the times when a student would be making progress. And I liked it when students would stop and ask me questions about idioms and words like 'yall', 'ain't', 'howdy' and I could explain. And then when they used them in a sentence." - Marcio

"The students are super cool people! And it’s well organized." - Robert

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