Hi beautiful people, I'm a asylum seeker and it's a shame for me to say that I'm residing in Germany for more than a year now and i can't speak and understand German language. I tried so hard to learn but because of my troubles leaving my country and thinking about my family everytime, i couldn't focus but i think I'm really determined to learn now and i need help for free German course in Dortmund city.
It's okay if you didn't start Learning german till now with all the problems that we all have there are things that we should do the most no matter what kind of problems we have.
Free courses are hard to find nowadays I suggest to start from today study alone downlad an app which called 'Duolingo' i started with duolingo and then A1-1 after it A1-2 and now I'm going to start A2-1. And i'm only telling you that so you can try to study alone and wait for no one so cheer up✌🏼️
Hello Zino! Don't be ashamed, German is a tough language, one has to have time and patience for it (I had to myself haha) and it's actually very nice that you decided to give it a try!
So have a look at this website (it's the BAMF -- the German federal office for migration). This page gives an overview on the different possibilities for refugees to learn German: bamf.de/EN/Willkommen/Deut...
More specifically, you could search the database for German courses (and check whether it would be possible for you to have a grant or something) in you area here: bamf.de/EN/Willkommen/Deut...
...you could also call them or write them an email through the contact form
From Monday to Friday
09:00 a.m. to 01:00 p.m.
Telephone: +49 911 943-6390)
and ask whether there are groups in your area who organize free German courses. I'm sure there are (there are for sure in Frankfurt, maybe Dortmund is to small but I think you have good chances of finding something).
Something you might also do is to contact the group "Mannheim sagt Ja" (on Facebook: facebook.com/groups/masagt...). They are a wonderful group based in Mannheim but I'm sure they could give you some tips and contacts for Dortmund as well ;)
It´s definitely no easy task to learn a new language! That´s great though that you have now already been able to communicate a little bit :) A few other things that I can recommend:
Online training in grammar and vocabulary. You can select your level and if you want to focus on something in particular:
This is a website that describes some difficultiesin the language. It is more helpful after you have learned the basics, but definitely something to keep in mind.
For vocabulary you could try downloading and using the program Anki:
It´s a program where you can download sets of flashcards from the website (ankiweb.net/shared/decks/g...) and practice them through the program.
All the best!